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Research Seminar Series (St Andrews, Oct-Nov 13)

  • Dates: 02 Oct – 27 Nov, 2013
  • Location: St. Andrews, United Kingdom
  • Contact: Elsje van Kessel
  • Email: ejmvk@st-andrews.ac.uk
The School of Art History of the University of St Andrews announces its Research Seminar programme for the Autumn of 2013. Unless indicated otherwise, all seminars take place in the Old Union Diner, Butts Wynd entrance, around the corner from the School at 79 North Street, and start at 4.15pm. 2 October Pamela Robertson (The Hunterian / University of Glasgow): C.R. Mackintosh, Architect: A New Investigation 9 October Iain Buchanan (University of Auckland): “The Four Winds”: The House and Collection of the Antwerp Print Publisher Hieronymus Cock (1518-1570) 30 October Tom Nichols (University of Glasgow):Titian and the End of the Venetian Renaissance 1 November MGCI 9th Annual Public Lecture: 6pm, Buchanan Lecture Theatre: Derek Gillman (Barnes Foundation Philadelphia): The Barnes Collection: In and Out of Context 13 November Martin Padget (Aberystwyth University): Paul Strand and the American Southwest 21 November Joint seminar with the Reformation Studies Institute: 5.15pm, Old Class Library, St John’s House, South Street: Christine Göttler (Universität Bern): Environments of Art and Prayer at the Bavarian Court in Munich, circa 1600: The Miraculous Lives of a Vesperbildt ascribed to Quinten Massys 27 November Staff - Student Seminar: Ulrike Weiss (staff): The Queen in Trousers: Caroline Matilda of Denmark (1751-1775) on Horseback Kristen Adlhoch (student): Plastic Light: Abstract Photography, Film and Intermedia Between the Wars All welcome, no registration necessary. Refreshments will be served afterwards.