CFP: World 3: Art History and Globalization

OCAT Institute, Beijing, China, June 12 – October 31, 2019

Call for Papers__World 3: Art History and Globalization (2018)

World 3 is an annually published academic journal organized by OCAT Institute. Taking art history as its basic orientation while exploring points of connectivity in other disciplines, the journal features original publications and Chinese translations of innovative thematic research in art history and theory, and in other relevant fields such as cultural, social, and intellectual history, the history of linguistics, psychology, philosophy, and religion. Other sections include review and commentary on associated international events, publications, exhibitions, and research institutions. The series offers a publishing platform for the research outcomes in related fields, and strives for the cultivation of new modalities of thinking and epistemology in Chinese scholarship.

World 3, as the core publication of OCAT Institute, was launched in 2014. It is printed in color and annually released in December.

The fifth volume of World 3 takes “Art History and Globalization” as the theme.

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CFP: Liquidity Incorporated (Luxembourg, 5-10 Jul 20)

International Word and Images Studies Association (IAWIS/AIERTI), University of Luxembourg, July 5 – 10, 2020
Deadline: Aug 31, 2019

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Liquidity Incorporated:
Early Capitalism on the High Seas in Contemporary Text and Image

Session Chair:
Amanda Wasielewski, awasielewski@gradcenter.cuny.edu
(Tuesday, 7 July 2020 15:00-16:30)

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CFP: Session at UAAC (Quebec, 24-27 Oct 19)

Quebec City, Canada, October 24 – 27, 2019
Deadline: Jun 7, 2019

Undervalued and Underpaid/Disposable and Dispossessed: Perspectives on Care, Labour, and Precarity

The combination of “care” and precarity has allowed for the formation of an underpaid and disposable workforce. Understood as doing it for the love of the job, undervalued workers are forced to comply to exploitative conditions. This is particularly visible in the arts and in academia, and disproportionally impacts women. While this appears to be a novel condition, a global perspective shows that precariousness has historically been the norm.

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CFP: Ars Judaica journal

Deadline: Jan 1, 2020

Ars Judaica: The Bar-Ilan Journal of Jewish Art calls for papers for its prospective volumes. Ars Judaica is delighted to announce it has made an agreement with Liverpool University Press to co-publish the journal from 2019. Liverpool University Press is an innovative academic publisher who combines a distinguished 120-year history and scholarly expertise with the forward-thinking mindset of the post-Gutenberg age. Clare Hooper, Head of Journals at Liverpool University Press said: “we are delighted to be working with the Department of Jewish Art at Bar-Ilan University to publish Ars Judaica. The journal is an extremely valuable resource to all scholars interested in the Jewish contribution to visual arts”.

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CFP: Session at RSA (Philadelphia, 2-4 Apr 20)

Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, April 2 – 04, 2020
Deadline: Jul 15, 2019

Patronage in Northern Europe between Reformation and Counter-Reformation (1517-c.1600)

Organizers:
Catharine Ingersoll (Virginia Military Institute) and Ruben Suykerbuyk (University of Ghent)

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CFP: Exhibition Histories from the 17th century to the present (Hydra, 5-8 Sep 19)

Athens School of Fine Arts & Hydra 21, September 5 – 08, 2019
Deadline: Jul 1, 2019

The seminar series Exhibition Histories from the 17th century to the present and its parallel events will include presentations focused on the histories of temporary exhibitions, with an emphasis on contemporary theoretical and historical approaches to this topic. The histories of exhibitions have been attracting the interest of a steadily growing number of researchers in recent years. Today, the histories of exhibitions are recognized as significant tools for art history and have played a formative role in recent developments within the discipline.

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CFP: Der Kuenstler als Buchhalter (Irsee, 27-29 Mar 20)

Schwabenakademie Irsee, 27. – 29.03.2020
Deadline: Sep 16, 2019

Der Künstler als Buchhalter: Serielle Aufzeichnungen zu Leben und Werk

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