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A Thematic Research Seminar

In order to train students in the methods of transnational and social art history, and in dialogue with the international scientific community, Artl@s organizes a research seminar every year. The seminar takes place every other Thursday afternoon at the Institute of Modern and Contemporary History, at the ENS, 45 rue d’Ulm in Paris. It is open to all.

Seminar hosted by Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel. With the collaboration of Catherine Dossin, Associate Professor at Purdue University, USA, and Léa Saint-Raymond, ATER at the Collège de France.

The Artl@s group dedicates this year to the study of women’s role in the globalization of art and culture.  Current projects are done in partnership with the research team of Ana Paula Cavalcanti Simioni (University of São Paulo, Brazil), with the project Mode(S) directed by Paula Barreiro-Lopez (University of Barcelona/Univ. de Grenoble), as well as the AWARE association. The seminar is supported by the LabEx TranferS and the Institute of Modern and Contemporary History (IHMC, CNRS-ENS-PSL)

Seminar hosted by Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel. With the collaboration of Catherine Dossin, Associate Professor at Purdue University, USA, and Léa Saint-Raymond, ATER at the Collège de France.

Artl@s’ current projects are done in partnership with the research team of Ana Paula Cavalcanti Simioni (University of São Paulo, Brazil), with the project Mode(S) directed by Paula Barreiro-Lopez (University of Barcelona), as well as the AWARE association. The seminar is supported by the LabEx TranferS and the Institute of Modern and Contemporary History (IHMC, CNRS-ENS-PSL)

 

Seminar organized by Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel.

With Paula Barreiro-Lopez (University of Barcelona) as Professeur invitée (labex TransferS) from April to June 2017, and as Postdocs: Tatiana Debroux (University of Brussels – Ville de Paris), Ana Paula Simioni (Professor at the University of São Paulo, FAPESP) and Joana Baião (Lisbon University).

Seminar organized by Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel.

While inviting specialists to present their work, we work as a team, with Silvia Naef, Professor at the University of Geneva, and Visiting Professor of the LabEx TransferS, to a first collection of exhibition catalogs from the Arab worlds, and to their geographical study.

Circulation and Traceability of Artistic Knowledge and Facts between the Souths.
Organized by Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel, director of Artlas, ENS, and Olivier Marcel, PostDoc Artl@s, ANR-Jeunes-chercheurs 2011-2015

Organized by Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel (Artlas, ENS), and Daniel Quiles (Artlas Postdoc 2013-2014),  with the collaboration of Michela Passini (CNRS / IHMC ), and Catherine Dossin (Purdue University)

The 2013-2014 year will turn primarily to the study of the circulation of 20th c. Latin American art and artists, both across the region and beyond it, but the general theme does not prevent the presentation of work on other geographical areas (Japan, Italy, Central Europe, and others) nor various topics (including historiography, sculpture, the history of museums, cinema, and the theme of trans-space) introduced by foreign researchers and guests of the team’s teachers who will be visiting Paris at Artlas’s invitation.

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