What is “craft modernism” – and how do you enact it in a group? See below for a message from Dr Annabel Haynes and Dr Hope Wolf on their June 15 “assembly”.
Registration is now open for “Dockland Encounters”, a one-day interdisciplinary symposium to be held at Ireland’s National Maritime Musem, Dún Laoghaire, on June 22.
The Black Artists & Modernism research project is pleased to announce the forthcoming conference, Conceptualism – Intersectional Readings, International Framings, in collaboration with Van Abbemuseum. The conference will take place from Friday 8th December to Saturday 9th December 2017 at the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven.
Registration is now live for the 2017 BAMS postgraduate training day, to be held at De Montfort University, Leicester on April 5. Read the full program and sign up below. Please note: the day will be held in VPPD 2.02 (Vijay Patel Building). A PDF map is attached below.
The next London Modernism Seminar will take place on Saturday 4th March, 11-1pm in Room 349, Senate House.
Modern Literature, Institutions and Organisations: A Symposium will be held at the University of East Anglia on March 18. View the program now, and contact the organisers if you wish to attend.
Four speakers will present work on modernist literature, class, and power at the University of Manchester’s one-day Proletarian Modernism seminar.
Colloquium: Mapping the Olfactory: Modernist Representation of Body and the Sensory Aesthetics 10 March 2016, 14:30~17:30 Room 243, Senate House, University of London “Where two or three thousand words are insufficient for what we see . . . there are no more than two words and one-half for what we smell.” …
Dear colleagues Just a reminder that the next session of the Literature and Visual Cultures Research Seminar will host Robin Veder (Penn State Harrisburg), speaking on ‘Embodied Elitism, Energy Regulation, and the American Audience for Modernism’. Wednesday 2 March, 6 pm, Senate House, London, Room 261 Abstract Early twentieth-century American modernists …
Wharton in Wartime 3 – 4.15pm, Wednesday 10 February, St. Luke’s Chapel, Radcliffe Humanities Site, Woodstock Road, Oxford A roundtable discussion to mark the publication of Alice Kelly’s critical edition of Edith Wharton’s First World War reportage Fighting France: From Dunkerque to Belfort (Edinburgh University Press, 2015) Featuring Professor Dame Hermione Lee (Wolfson …