Recent Content

Author: 
Tiffany N. Florvil, Vanessa D. Plumly, eds.
Reviewer: 
Kristin Kopp

Kopp on Florvil and Plumly, 'Rethinking Black German Studies: Approaches, Interventions and Histories'

Tiffany N. Florvil, Vanessa D. Plumly, eds. Rethinking Black German Studies: Approaches, Interventions and Histories. Studies in Modern German and Austrian Literature Series. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2018. 330 pp. $97.95 (cloth), ISBN 978-3-0343-2225-6.

Reviewed by Kristin Kopp (University of Missouri) Published on H-Black-Europe (September, 2020) Commissioned by Robbie Aitken (Sheffield Hallam University, Humanities Research Center)

ANN: Rethinking Memory and Knowledge during Times of Crisis Event, Hosted by the GHI-West, September 15, 2020

Rethinking Memory and Knowledge during Times of Crisis

SEP 15, 2020

Part 1 of Virtual Panel Series Racism in History and Context at 12pm EDT (9am PDT & 6pm CEST) | Panelists: Ana Lucia Araujo (Howard University), Manuela Bauche (FU Berlin), Norbert Frei (Universität Jena), and Michael Rothberg (UCLA) | Moderators: Akasemi Newsome (UC Berkeley) and Francisco Bethencourt (King’s College London)

CFP Eikon Imago, vol. 10 (2021). Miscellany and Monographic Issue (Eternal Sadness: Representations of Death in Visual Culture from Antiquity to the Present Time, ed. Luis Vives-Ferrándiz Sánchez )

Our scientific journal Eikón / Imago, edited by the CAPIRE research team at the Complutense University of Madrid, is already working on the next issue. It is an annual academic publication whose research interest focuses on iconography and visual culture, from a thematic scope that encompasses the forms and meanings of the images of any era, culture or country, as well as any thematic, typological or disciplinary variant: religious, mythological, political, musical, fantastic, animalistic and other.

Each issue of Eikón / Imago Magazine consists of three sections:

Applications for Clark Art Institute Fellowships due October 15

The Clark Art Institute’s Research and Academic Program (RAP) awards funded residential fellowships to established and promising scholars with the aim of fostering a critical commitment to inquiry in the theory, history, and interpretation of art and visual culture. As part of our commitment to fostering diverse engagements with the visual arts, RAP particularly seeks to elevate constituencies, subjects, and methods that have historically been underrepresented in the discipline.