EMA Newsletter: 28 June 2019

28 June 2019

EMA NEWS

EMA Book and Exhibition Reviews:  June 2019

The June 2019 EMA list of open-access book and exhibition reviews is available here.

CALLS FOR ARTICLES AND PAPERS

“Privatheit” in der höfischen Kultur der Frühen Neuzeit

The call for papers for the conference entitled “‘Privatheit’ in der höfischen Kultur der Frühen Neuzeit” (due 25 Aug, Gießen, Germany) is available here.

Baroque Festivals Between the Sacred and the Profane:  Europe and the Atlantic

The call for papers for the conference entitled “Baroque Festivals Between the Sacred and the Profane:  Europe and the Atlantic” (due 15 Jul, Loures, Portugal) is available here.

Journal18 (Special Issue:  “The Architectural Reference”)

The call for articles for a special issue of Journal18 entitled “The Architectural Reference” (due 1 Apr 2020) is available here.

CONFERENCES

Towards New Histories of Imprisonment in England, 1550-1850

Information on the conference entitled “Towards New Histories of Imprisonment in England, 1550-1850” (15-16 Jul, Oxford, UK) is available here.

NEWS IN THE FIELD

Getty Completes Restoration of 17th-Century Peruvian Church

After ten years of work, the Getty has recently announced that it has completed restoration of the 17th-century church Kuñotambo in Peru.  For more details, click here.

Statue Collection Returned to 16th-Century Palazzo Grimani in Venice

For the next year (until 30 May 2021), visitors to the 16th-century Palazzo Grimani in Venice will be able to see Giovanni Grimani’s collection of Classical sculpture in situ.  For more details, click here.

Victoria & Albert Museum Acquires New Set of Chippendale Pier Tables and Mirrors

The Victoria & Albert Museum in London has acquired a new set of eighteenth-century pier tables and mirrors by the famed furniture designer Thomas Chippendale.  For more details, click here.