EMA Newsletter: 1 April 2011

1 April 2011

New Conference: Last Orders? The Art and Architecture of Religious Orders in England, c. 1350-1540

Information on a conference entitled “Last Orders?  The Art and Architecture of Religious Orders in England, c. 1350-1540″ (sponsored by The Courtauld Institute of Art, UK) is now available in “Research.”

New CFP: La France et l’Europe du Nord au XVIIe siècle: de l’Irlande à la Russie

A call for papers entitled “La France et l’Europe du Nord au XVIIe siècle:  de l’Irlande à la Russie” (to be held at Durham Castle, UK) is now available here and in “Research.”

New CFP: The Social Life of Port Architecture

A call for papers entitled “The Social Life of Port Architecture:  History, Politics, Commerce and Culture” (sponsored by English Heritage) is now available in “Research.”

New CFP: Apparitions fantastiques: Apparition et disparition dans la fiction brève (littérature et arts de l’image)

A call for papers entitled “Apparitions fantastiques:  Apparition et disparition dans la fiction brève (littérature et arts de l’image)” (sponsored by Université d’Angers, France)  is now available in “Research.”

New Fellowship: Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte/Centre allemand d’Histoire de l’Art “Silence. Schweigen” Fellowship

Information is now available in “Fellowships” regarding the 2011 application process for the predoctoral and postdoctoral fellowships offered by the Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte/Centre allemand d’Histoire de l’Art.

New Fellowship: Francis Haskell Memorial Fund

Details on the 2011 scholarships offered by the Francis Haskell Memorial Fund (for postdoctoral and senior scholars) are now available in “Fellowships.”

New Resource: Connected Histories: British History Sources, 1500-1900

“Connected Histories:  British History Sources, 1500-1900,” a database searchable by keyword across a range of media, is now available under “Databases of Books and Other Information” in “Resources.”

New Resources for Images

Three new image databases are now available under “Image Databases” in “Resources“:
  • “Cities and Buildings, University of Washington”:  a global database with numerous early modern buildings
  • Two databases of images from William C. Brumfield, renowned photographer of buildings in northern Russia (both listed under “William C. Brumfield”)






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