TOC: Artl@s Bulletin vol. 6, 3 (Fall 2017)

Visualizing Networks: Approaches to Network Analysis in Art History

Artl@s Bulletin vol. 6, 3 (Fall 2017)

Guest Editor : Miriam KIENLE

Sommaire / Content :

Between Nodes and Edges: Possibilities and Limits of Network Analysis in Art History
Miriam Kienle

Continuity and Disruption in European Networks of Print Production, 1550-1750
Matthew D. Lincoln

Keeping Our Eyes Open: Visualizing networks and art history
Stephanie Porras

Workshop as Network: A Case Study from Mughal South Asia
Yael Rice

Network Analysis and Feminist Artists
Michelle Moravec

The Computer as Filter Machine: A Clustering Approach to Categorize Artworks Based on a Social Tagging Network
Stefanie Schneider and Hubertus Kohle

Enriching and Cutting: How to Visualize Networks Thanks to Linked Open Data Platforms
Léa Saint-Raymond and Antoine Courtin

What You See Is What You Get: The “Artifice of Insight.” A Conversation between R. Luke DuBois and Anne Collins Goodyear
Anne C. Goodyear

Digital Art History “Beyond the Digitized Slide Library”: An Interview with Johanna Drucker and Miriam Posner
Miriam Kienle

The Artl@s Bulletin (ISSN 2264-2668) is a peer-reviewed, transdisciplinary journal devoted to spatial and transnational questions in the history of the arts, published by the ENS and the CNRS in partnership with Purdue Publishing at: http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/artlas/

For more information on the aims and scope of the Artl@s Bulletin, please see the About the Journal page, and feel free to contact the editors, Catherine Dossin (cdossin@purdue.edu) and Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel (beatrice.joyeux-prunel@ens.fr).

Reference: TOC: Artl@s Bulletin vol. 6, 3 (Fall 2017): Visualizing Networks. In: ArtHist.net, Dec 1, 2017. <https://arthist.net/archive/16874>.

PUBL.: Art History and the Global Challenge. Artl@s Bulletin vol. 6,1

Art History and the Global Challenge.
A Range of Critical Perspectives.

Artl@s Bulletin vol. 6,1

http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/artlas/

For this special issue of the Artl@s Bulletin, the editors asked a diverse group of scholars to share their perspectives on the “Global turn” and the ways the “Digital turn” is affecting it.
This survey must be regarded as a dialogue in progress: other conversations will follow and will contribute to widening the range of critical perspectives on art history and the Global challenge gathered in this issue.

*
Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel (email)
Maître de conférences HDR, Ecole normale supérieure, université PSL – Paris Sciences Lettres

Catherine Dossin (email)
Associate Professor, Purdue University, Lafayette

Continue reading “PUBL.: Art History and the Global Challenge. Artl@s Bulletin vol. 6,1”