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Organisation : Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel (ENS-PSL).

In collaboration with Catherine Dossin, Associate Professor art Purdue University, USA, and Léa Saint-Raymond, ATER, Collège de France.

Since December 2017 and in collaboration with the AWARE Association, Artl@s has started a research project on women’s role and position in the artistic and cultural globalization of the 19th and 20th century. We are not only interested in women artists (their careers and the circulation of their works) but also in the female mediators of artistic internationalization (collectors, gallery owners, art critics, magazine directors, and other intermediaries between spaces and cultures …).

The seminar alternates between sessions on current research with guest speakers—this year specialists of women’s history and more particularly of women artists, who share our interest in transnational questions—and hands-on sessions, in which we will work directly on sources and data pertaining to women and apply the methods of digital humanities. The seminar also offers some workshops around historical documents, including catalogs of exhibitions, and their digital translation: it thereby forms to statistical and cartographic visualization, and the critical use of these digital methods.

The project is funded by the Labex TranferS and the Institute of Modern and Contemporary History (IHMC, CNRS).

Place: Salle de l’Institut d’Histoire moderne et contemporaine, ENS, 45 rue d’Ulm. Escalier D, 3e étage (Stair D, 4th floor).

On Thursdays, twice a month, 1:30– 3:30 PM : September 20, 2018, October 4 and 18 , November 8 and 29, December 6 and 20, January 10 and 24, 2019; February 7 and 21, March 21, April 4 and 18, May 9 and 23, June 13.

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