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Regional Curatorship

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Professor Matthew Rampley presents 'the European Position' at the Institute of Advanced Studies' workshop 'Regional Curatorship: Does University Research Partnership Replace Regional Fine and Decorative Art Curatorship?'.
Date:
26/02/2013

Student news in Art History, Film and Visual Studies

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Read about some of the things our students and alumni have been up to over on our official blog, The Golovine!
Date:
06/02/2013

'Screening European Heritage: History on Film', a funded collaboration with the Centre for World Cinemas, Leeds

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In an early indication of the successes to be achieved by close collaboration between B-Film and The Centre for World Cinemas at Leeds University, the AHRC has awarded £39,805 to the research centres under its Care for the Future Exploratory Awards 2012.
Date:
30/01/2013

Art and sexuality

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Dr Elizabeth L'Estrange is giving a paper as part of the University of Cambridge's Graduate Research Seminars in History of Art.
Date:
11/01/2013

Hidden Gems - Jewellery Quarter

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Marie Giraud, MRes History of Art, takes you on a cultural tour of the Jewellery Quarter - a hidden gem within Birmingham's city centre where creative industries flourish.
Date:
11/01/2013

Negotiating Boundaries. The Plural Fields of Art History

Negotiating Boundaries. The Plural Fields of Art History
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Call for papers and date for your diary: upcoming conference organised by Professor Matthew Rampley at the Barber Institue of Fine Art.
Date:
09/01/2013

The Barber Institute at 80

The Barber Institute at 80
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13 December 2012 was a very special day for the University. On that day 80 years ago, Lady Barber and the original trustees signed the Deed of Settlement, which effectively founded the Barber Institute of Fine Arts that was bequeathed to the University 'for the study and encouragement of art and music'.
Date:
09/01/2013

New publication on iconoclasm by Dr Richard Clay

New publication on iconoclasm by Dr Richard Clay
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Iconoclasm in revolutionary Paris: the transformation of signs (SVEC, Oxford, 2012)
Date:
06/11/2012

Screening european heritage: history on film, the heritage industry and cultural policy

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Kate Ince and Rob Stone are invited attendees at the workshop hosted by the University of Leeds' The Centre for World Cinemas on Friday 9 November
Date:
05/11/2012
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