Dept. of French & Italian | Dante after Dante Virtual Conference

With this multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and multimedia conference the UW-Madison joins in world-wide celebrations of the septcentenary of Dante’s death in 2021. Beyond paper sessions on Dante in/and filmmaking, economy, visual arts, the conference will focus …

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Getty | Collecting Mesoamerican Art, 1940–1968

Collecting Mesoamerican Art, 1940–1968: Forging a Market in the United States and Mexico The second international symposium of the Getty Research Institute's Pre-Hispanic Art Provenance Initiative focuses on collecting practices in Mexico and the United …

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Getty | Collecting Mesoamerican Art, 1940–1968

Collecting Mesoamerican Art, 1940–1968: Forging a Market in the United States and Mexico The second international symposium of the Getty Research Institute's Pre-Hispanic Art Provenance Initiative focuses on collecting practices in Mexico and the United …

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Conference | The Presence of the Object

The Presence of the Object: A Colloquium in Honour of Charles T. Little Originally scheduled for April 2020 and twice postponed due to pandemic restrictions for in-person gatherings, the colloquium will take place as a …

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Dumbarton Oaks | Landscapes in the Making

Symposiarchs: Stephen Daniels (University of Nottingham), Dell Upton (University of California, Los Angeles), and Thaïsa Way (Dumbarton Oaks) How might historians narrate landscape design within broader human stories? How might alternative histories of landscape creation …

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Conference | The Presence of the Object

The Presence of the Object: A Colloquium in Honour of Charles T. Little Originally scheduled for April 2020 and twice postponed due to pandemic restrictions for in-person gatherings, the colloquium will take place as a …

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The Courtauld | American Art Archives in Britain

American Art Archives in Britain explores the stories of, and stories contained in, archival records and documents generated by American artists, artworks and artworld activities in Britain. Few UK holdings match the breadth and depth of …

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Dumbarton Oaks | Landscapes in the Making

Symposiarchs: Stephen Daniels (University of Nottingham), Dell Upton (University of California, Los Angeles), and Thaïsa Way (Dumbarton Oaks) How might historians narrate landscape design within broader human stories? How might alternative histories of landscape creation …