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2020 ANNUAL CONFERENCE

In 2020, Newcastle University and Northumbria University will co-host the Association for Art History’s 46th Annual Conference. The 2020 Annual Conference will be held across both campuses in the city centre and will include many opportunities to explore the vibrant cultural landscape of the North East of England. In addition to academic sessions and research papers, we anticipate that the 2020 Annual Conference will include a mix of events including artists’ film screenings, performances, roundtable discussions, and site visits.

Our Annual Conferences, like all Association events, are open to all. Members receive a discount but you do not need to be a member to present or propose a session or paper, or attend.

CALL FOR PAPERS

Both universities have firm roots in the studio practice of art. Conference sessions will engage with research and questions around making and doing and the relationship between theory, history, and practice. Newcastle and Northumbria trace different histories through the nineteenth-century art department and mid-twentieth-century polytechnic college, which prompts us to consider the evolution of art education and its intersections with other disciplines, including cultural studies, design, film, and fashion.

Annual Conference sessions will comprise of six, 25-minute papers, presented over a single day, and they may accommodate alternative session formats, such as film screenings and open discussions. The 2020 Annual Conference we will also host a number of pre-prepared panels.

Session listings appear below, or you can download a pdf version of sessions.

Paper proposal deadline: Monday 21 October 2019

The 2020 Annual Conference is organised and co-convened by
Association for Art History – Claire Davies and Cheryl Platt
Newcastle University – Fiona Anderson and Northumbria University – Victoria Horne

SESSIONS

Working Together to Expand the Pool of Art History Students ‘What’s love got to do with it?’ Queer-feminist desires in researching and writing art historiesWalking on ImagesTroubling Borders: Art worlds in sites of conflictToxic Masculinity (Classical to Contemporary)Theatre, Art, and Visual Culture in the 19th CenturyThe Visual Politics of Independent Print Media in the Twentieth CenturyThe Real Price: Between art and the (art) marketThe Institutionalisation of Critique? – Artists’ interventions in the field of heritage‘The Book of the Future’: Photobooks between disciplinesRepresenting the Nation: The historic and continuing role of national art institutions‘Queer’ ‘British’ ‘Art’? – Theory and practice since 1970Portraiture in Digital CulturePolitical AppropriationsMuseum for the Global Majority: Expanding the limits of museum practiceMatter, (Im)materials and Materiality: On the life of digital artworksMaterial/Immaterial: The lives (and afterlives) of objectsJewish Visual Culture in Modern Europe (c.1840–1940)Hybrid MarinesFrom Keeper to Maker: British curatorial practicesExploring the Plurality of Artists’ Practices: Artists as dealers and agentsExploring Diversity in Public SculptureEarly Modern ToleranceCyclical Classical: Rebirths, renaissances, and reinventions of antiquityCreative Cartographies and Inherited Aesthetics: Craft, tradition and labour in contemporary fine art practicesCraft and WarClimates of ColonialismChanging Approaches to Histories of British Art, 1660–1735Art, Obscurity, and the Politics of RescueArt, Labour and Inequality: Interdisciplinary perspectivesArt into Pop (Redux)Art History, Theory and Practice for an Ecological EmergencyArt Disputes: Conflict and competition across the agesAfrotropes as an Analytical Framework to Expand Art Historical Methodologies of the Black Atlantic?A Foreign Eye: Interwar European photographers abroad
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