The research group iArtHisLab, withing the framework of DAHSS, is organizing coffee talks every first Thursday of the month at 18:00 GMT +1. These will be informal discussions of 45 minutes (aprox.) where DAHSS’ alumni will talk about their research and the challenges faced by Art History, museums and cultural institutions and Humanities in general. The goal of these talks is to promote a monthly discussion between experts, researchers and students to work towards a better understanding of the convergence between computational technologies, digital media and humanistic approaches.
These sessions focus on networking, conversation, reflection and collaboration between professors, researchers, students and professionals. The challenging situation provoked by the pandemic of COVID-19 urges us to rethink our priorities and to redefine the purposes of our scholarly and professional work. With this project, DAHSS expands its realm and its activities.
Join us and be part of the conversation!
Bring your coffee, tea, hot chocolate or pumpkin spice latte.
- January, 14th – Barbara Romero Ferron – Art Exhibition Data. Exploring Spanish Art Exhibitions from 1850 to 1939.
- February, 4th – Ioana Marinescu – thereart.ro Rethinking Contemporary Art in the Digital Era.
- March, 4th – Sabine de Günther – Restaging Fashion. Digital Contextualization of Vestimentary Sources.
- April, 1st – Paul Melton – The Period Eye and / in Digital Art History: Reflexivity, Critique, and Pedagogy
- June, July – TBD
If you want to attend sing up: https://westernuniversity.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEtce-vrjsjHdB1ljvNfLEPDXI-SvaBe0gS
If you want to be one of our speakers email us to: firstname.lastname@example.org