(Re)connecting Dots: Conversations Beyond Art History

Wednesday 31 May 2017, 2.00PM to 4.30pm

Following the success of "Connecting Dots: Art History and the British Empire" (2016), a sequel event, "(Re)connecting Dots: Conversations Beyond Art History", expands the issue of the visual turn in imperial studies by inviting scholars from other relevant disciplines into the conversation with art historians.

The event will bring to York key players including:

  • Joanna de Groot (History, York)
  • John M. MacKenzie (History, Lancaster)
  • Anandi Ramamurthy (Post-Colonial Cultures & Media Studies, Sheffield Hallam)
  • Sarah Turner (History of Art, Paul Mellon Centre)
  • Claire Westall (English & Related Literature, York)
  • Jonathan M. Woodham (History of Design, Brighton).

Location: BS/007, Berrick Saul Building, University of York

Admission: Free and open to all