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UoM Art History and Cultural Practices Research Seminars and Events Announced

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UoM Art History and Cultural Practices Research Seminars and Events Announced

Dates: October 2 – December 5, 2019

Location: The University of Manchester

Tickets: All events are free of charge and open to the public.

The University of Manchester, Department of Art History and Cultural Practices
Research Seminars & Events 2019-20, Semester 1

Friday 11 October, 12.30 until 16.30
Symposium supported by the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art and The John Rylands Research InstituteThe Artist of the Future Age: William Blake, Neo-Romanticism, Counterculture and Now

The John Rylands Library, Deansgate
Booking details and full programme available at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-artist-of-the-future-age-william-blake-neo-romanticism-counterculture-and-now-tickets-6459374964

Wednesday 16 October, 17.00
Leslie Topp, Birkbeck College, University of LondonModern Architecture Through the Lens of Antisemitism, and Vice Versa
Respondent: Matthew Jefferies, German Studies, The University of Manchester
Mansfield Cooper Building, Lecture Theatre G.19

Wednesday 6 November, 17.00
Florrie Badley and Kylie Gilchrist, Doctoral Candidates in Art History and Cultural PracticesRoundtable with New Doctoral Students in Art History
Mansfield Cooper Building, 2.03

Thursday 14 November, 17.00
A Whitworth Studies Event
Mark Westgarth, University of LeedsCurating SOLD! Dealers, Museums & the Art Market
The Whitworth, Study Centre

Wednesday 27 November, 17.00
Chrisoula Lionis, Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow, The University of ManchesterHumour and the Commodification of Suffering: Humour as Aesthetic Strategy in Sites of ‘Crisis’
Mansfield Cooper Building, 2.03

Thursday 5 December, 17.00
A Whitworth Studies Event
Alice Procter, independent tour guide for ‘The Uncomfortable Art’ Tours and historian of material culture at UCL

Display It Like You Stole It
The Whitworth, Study Centre

More information: https://arthist.net/archive/21636.