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H-Net Job Guide Weekly Report For H-SHERA: 4 - 11 February 2019

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ARCHIVAL SCIENCE

CAA Panel: The Spectacle in Art from the Panorama to the Infinity Room

Dear Colleagues, 

Just a note regarding a CAA panel that might be of interest to this network. The panel, "The Spectacle in Art from the Panorama to the Infinity Room" examines the relationship between visual art and the concept of "spectacle" specifically as it was defined by Guy Debord. I will give a paper entitled "Monumental Art Against Concentrated Spectacle: Soviet Murals as Catalysts for Collectivist Politics, 1928-1968". Date, time, and location are as follows:

15 February 2019

10.30 am

New York Hilton Midtown-Concourse G