Étiqueté : épidémie

Appel à contribution : « “Bring Out Your Dead”. Visions of Pandemics Past, Present and Future in Literature and the Arts », date limite le 1er février 2021

  Project Overview Editors Brodman and Doan are seeking original essays for the sixth of a series of books on visions of the supernatural and the apocalyptic in literature and the arts.* They encourage submissions from peoples and cultures around the world and from scholars of the Sciences as well as the Arts. Each of section of this collection will focus on one of the following categories: Visions of pandemics past in literature and the...

Appel à contribution : « Art, politiques, et justice sociale en temps de crise / Art, Politics, and Social Justice in Times of Crisis », en ligne, 22-23 avril 2021, date limite le 31 décembre 2020

This call for papers invites graduate students in art history, museum studies, art education, and studio arts to share their research in the first annual University of Memphis Art History Graduate Studies Symposium. The intention of this symposium is to invite emerging scholars in the arts to participate in an interdisciplinary discussion that demonstrates the innovative work occurring in their fields. This symposium will be held online via Zoom with the keynote address on Thursday,...

Exposition : « La Peste dans les collections permanentes du musée des Beaux-Arts », Marseille, Musée des Beaux-Arts, 19 septembre 2020-31 mai 2021

Le musée des Beaux-Arts conserve les deux grandes toiles de Michel Serre représentant le Cours et l’Hôtel de Ville pendant la peste. Réalisées à peine un an après la tragédie par un témoin actif des faits, leur auteur avait été commissaire de son quartier, ce sont des documents majeurs de l’iconographie de l’épidémie. A leur côté, le Saint Roch intercédant la Vierge de David, et le Génie de l’Immortalité de Chardigny, rappellent l’importance des commandes...

Appel à contribution : « In Sickness and in Health: Pestilence, Disease, and Healing in Medieval and Early Modern Art », Haïfa, University of Haifa, 12 janvier 2021, date limite le 1er septembre 2020

In light of the global turmoil caused by the COVID-19 epidemic, the 14th AnnuaI Imago conference will examine the cultural and artistic impact of epidemics, diseases and healing in the art of the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period. We hope this examination will not only shed new light on the artistic, social, and political mechanisms of both of these periods, but will also produce fresh insights into cultural and artistic responses to the...

Appel à contribution : “Early Modern Women and Epidemics”, Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal, n° 16.1 (Fall 2021), date limite 1er septembre 2020

Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal Volume 16.1 (Fall 2021) will feature a forum on “Early Modern Women and Epidemics” As Covid-19 has swept the world, early modern scholars have become acutely aware of the ways that its manifestations and the public’s reactions to them have resonated with outbreaks of disease in the premodern world. Social boundaries change and class mobility is brought into sharp focus—who can stay home; who must work, who can escape “hot...

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