SHERA Emerging Scholar Prize - Call for Entries (Deadline: 15 October 2018) [SHERA BUSINESS]

The Society of Historians of Eastern European, Eurasian, and Russian Art and Architecture (SHERA) is pleased to announce the second annual call for submissions for the SHERA Emerging Scholar Prize. The award aims to recognize and encourage original and innovative scholarship in the field of East European, Eurasian, and Russian art and architectural history. The winner will be announced at the Society’s annual meeting at ASEEES, scheduled for Friday, December 7, 2018.

CFP: Russia: Courtly Gifts and Cultural Diplomacy (Deadline 15 October 2018)

CALL FOR CONFERENCE  PAPERS

RUSSIA: COURTLY GIFTS AND CULTURAL DIPLOMACY 

[Deadline for Abstracts: 15 October 2018]

 

Friday 22 March 2019 

Conference 10.00-18.00; Drinks reception 18.00-20:30

The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace, London

From Non-Conformism to Feminisms: Russian Women Artists from the Kolodzei Art Foundation at the Museum of Russian Art (TMORA), Minneapolis, September 15, 2018 – February 10, 2019

From Non-Conformism to Feminisms: Russian Women Artists from the Kolodzei Art Foundation at the Museum of Russian Art (TMORA), Minneapolis, September 15, 2018 – February 10, 2019.

 

Obit. Lidia Andreeva, pioneering female scholar of decorative arts and design (1930-2018)

News shared by Karen Kettering: Lidia Andreeva, a pioneering female scholar of decorative arts and design and specialist in Soviet propaganda porcelain, has died. Condolences to her family, her colleagues, and her many readers.

Reported by the State Institute for Art Studies: http://sias.ru/institute/news/5573/ and personal recollection by a colleague: https://clubic.ru/?p=15624

College Art Association Annual Meeting 2019 - CFP: “Looking East: Russian Orientalism in a Global Context”

College Art Association Annual Meeting, New York City, February 13 - 16, 2019

 

Subject: CFP: “Looking East: Russian Orientalism in a Global Context”
Deadline: Aug 6, 2018

 

New publication

Hello,

My essay "Humor as Parody, Eccentrism, and Satire in Soviet Film after World War II" just came out in the catalogue of an exhibition Russian Dada: 1914-1924, edited by Margarita Tupitsyn and published by Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia in Madrid and The MIT Press in Cambridge, MA. The essay is on pp. 206-223.

Natasha Kurchanova

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