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Cambridge Art History Research Seminars: Michaelmas Term 2018

A collaboration between the Department of History of Art, Fitzwilliam Museum and Kettle's Yard

Every Wednesday at 5:00pm

4a Trumpington Street, Department of History of Art

Convener: Dr Donal Cooper

Sponsored by the University of Cambridge, Department of History of Art


10 October

Prof. Paul Smith (History of Art Department, University of Warwick)

Up close and im/personal: how Cezanne paints things


17 October

Dr Andrew Chen (St John’s College, Cambridge)

Contemplating Renaissance Art in the Italian Convent


31 October

Dr John R. Blakinger (Terra Visiting Professor of American Art, University of Oxford)

‘The World is My Palette’: Robert Rauschenberg's Overseas Culture Interchange and the Geopolitics of American Art c. 1989


7 November           

Dr Jessica Maratsos (Pembroke College, Cambridge)

The Art of Relics in Rosso Fiorentino's Rome


14 November           

Dr Elizabeth Key Fowden (FAMES, Cambridge)

The Parthenon Mosque


21 November      

Dr Caroline Vout (Faculty of Classics, Cambridge)

The classical and biblical in dialogue: a conversation in Victorian sculpture


28 November      

Dr Lucia Tantardini (History of Art Department, Cambridge)

Before, with, and after Leonardo. The 'Leonardeschi' of first and second generation: rupture and continuity



CAHRS Michaelmas 2018 poster

 Michaelmas Seminar Series 2016 poster web

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Joint Staff Research Seminar Series Michaelmas 2016