Research Seminars Spring/Summer 2007

Work-in-Progress Seminars
When: Mondays, 4.10-6.00, Lecture Theatre 1
Where: History of Art Department, 43 Woodland Road, Bristol

15 January: Sophie Cummings (History of Art postgraduate), The Limitations of Painting: Visualising the Holocaust in Anselm Kiefer’s Railway Track Works

**Wednesday 17 January 5pm** Professor Boris Groys (Karlsruhe), Postcommunist Art in Eastern Europe.
This will be held in Lecture Theatre 1, 43 Woodland Road

22 January: Laura-Jane Foley (History of Art postgraduate), Repulsion and Compulsion in the Works of Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon

29 January: Rebecca Wills (History of Art postgraduate), Comparing Colour Constructions in Swiss Concrete Art

5 February : Dr Beth Williamson, Cultural Translation and Mediterranean Madonnas

12 February: Ed Lilley, Reviewing Impressionism in the Revue réaliste

19 February: Colin Glen (History of Art postgraduate), On a Visit to Little Sparta: The role of place memory in experiencing the garden of Ian Hamilton Finlay
and Sally-Anne Huxtable (History of Art postgraduate), title tbc

26 February ** please note time**:5.15 p.m.: Professor Richard Jenkyns (Oxford), The Greek Revival in Architecture

5 March: Professor Stephen Bann, Art and the Photographic Album

12 March: Dr Tania String, Projecting Masculinity: Henry VIII’s Codpiece

19 March: Dr Gill Perry (Open University), Playing at Home: Gender, Play and Domestic Iconography in Contemporary Art

23 April Dr Liz James (Sussex), “And shall these mute stones speak?” Text as image

30 April: Dr Victoria Mier, Beneath the Surface: The Hidden Depths of German Renaissance Sculpture


14 May: Professor Tim Barringer (Yale University; Benjamin Meaker Visiting Professor), Art and Music in London’s Jazz Age: Walton and Sitwell’s Façade

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