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Call for Papers | Milan in a European Context

From ArtHist.net: Milan in a European Context: Tradition, Persistence, and Innovation in Artistic Craftsmanship and in Building and Architectural Production between the Napoleonic Era and the Restoration Accademia di Architettura, Università della Svizzera...
From: Enfilade on 20 Sep 2021

Call for Papers and Articles | The Art of Copying

This Call for Papers addresses both a workshop and publication: The Art of Copying in Early Modern Europe The Medici Archive Project, Florence, 21 January 2022 Organized by Maddalena Bellavitis and Alessio Assonitis Proposals due by 1 October 2021 In...
From: Enfilade on 15 Sep 2021

September 1

What was advertised in a colonial American newspaper 250 years ago today? “The Staffordshire and Liverpool Ware House, In King Stret BOSTON.” As summer turned to fall in 1771, Ebenezer Bridgham, the proprietor of the “Staffordshire and Liverpool...
From: The Adverts 250 Project on 10 Sep 2021

Examining Public Opinion during the Whiskey Rebellion

The Whiskey Rebellion often falls into the background of the Federalist Era, overshadowed by the rise of a divisive two-party political system. This armed... The post Examining Public Opinion during the Whiskey Rebellion appeared first on Journal of the...

French volunteers marching to the conquest of Great Britain

“A mounted officer with drawn sabre heads a procession of ‘Volunteers’ linked by a chain to his horse and to each other. The horse is a well-bred animal with handsome trappings, but the rider is lean and has torn breeches. He is followed by a file...
From: Recent Antiquarian Acquisitions on 2 Sep 2021

September

What was advertised in a colonial American newspaper 250 years ago today? “Those who have taken subscriptions of others, [send] their lists … to the Publisher.” In the course of just a few days late in the summer of 1771, readers in New England,...
From: The Adverts 250 Project on 2 Sep 2021

Call For Papers – IMC Leeds 2022 Panel: In the Middle of What? Period Boundaries in Medieval Studies

The idea underlying ‘the Middle Ages’ is by now well-known: it was the backwards middle period between the glories of Antiquity and the advances of Enlightenment. As this perception took hold, such periodisation became entrenched and the fields that...
From: CERAE Impressions: A Blog on 1 Sep 2021

Call for Papers | CAA 2022, Chicago and Online

Listed below is a selection of panels relevant (or potentially relevant) to the eighteenth century. Please pay particular attention to two items: the HECAA-affiliate session on “Eighteenth-Century Women Artists in Context,” chaired by Melissa Hyde...
From: Enfilade on 26 Aug 2021

Call for Papers | ASECS 2022, Baltimore

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor (Photo by Patrick Gillespie, September 2016; Wikimedia Commons) ◊   ◊   ◊   ◊   ◊ 2022 American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor, 31 March — 2 April 2022 Proposals...
From: Enfilade on 23 Aug 2021

52nd Annual Meeting of the Consortium on the Revolutionary Era CFP

Age of Revolutions‘ affiliate partner, the Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, 1750-1850 is calling for papers for its February conference. See the CFP below. Call for Papers 52nd Annual Meeting of the Consortium on the Revolutionary Era ...
From: Age of Revolutions on 20 Aug 2021

Call for Articles | Fall 2022 Issue of J18: Silver

From the Call for Papers: Journal18, Issue #14 (Fall 2022) — Silver Issue edited by Agnieszka Anna Ficek and Tara Zanardi Proposals due by 1 September 2021; finished articles will be due by 1 March 2022 Ornamental plaque (mariola or maya), one of a...
From: Enfilade on 19 Aug 2021

Art of Revolution Series Call for Papers

*** Age of Revolutions regularly organizes thematic roundtables/series on subjects ranging from how to teach the history of revolutions to histories of race and revolution. See the full list of our roundtables here. Our newest series is called “Art...
From: Age of Revolutions on 17 Aug 2021

This Week on Dispatches: Norman Desmarais on the Gazette Françoise

On this week’s Dispatches, host Brady Crytzer interviews JAR contributor, writer, and historian Norman Desmarais on the Gazette Françoise, a French newspaper published for... The post This Week on Dispatches: Norman Desmarais on the <i>Gazette...

Call for Papers | Hidden Hands: Untold Stories of the Object

Plate 419, Silver-plating in L’Enclopédie, ou Dictionnaire Raisonné des Sciences, des Arts et des Métiers by Denis Diderot. ◊   ◊   ◊   ◊   ◊ From the Call for Papers: Hidden Hands: Untold Stories of the Object Rienzi Biennial Symposium...
From: Enfilade on 31 Jul 2021

“A Rascal … but rich”: Karl Marx and G. W. M. Reynolds | Stephen Basdeo

By Stephen Basdeo, a writer and historian based in Leeds, UK. This post is a brief outline of an episode in G.W.M. Reynolds’s life from a forthcoming book titled: Victorian England’s Biggest-Selling Author: The Revolutionary Life of G.W.M. Reynolds...

July

What was advertised in a colonial American newspaper 250 years ago today? “DUTCH FANS, upon different constructions.” Yesterday’s entry featured an advertisement for “ROLLING SCREENS for Cleaning Wheat or Flax-seed” placed in the July 18, 1771,...
From: The Adverts 250 Project on 22 Jul 2021

Call for Articles | Colnaghi Studies Journal

From ArtHist.net: Colnaghi Studies Journal Articles due by 18 October 2021 Colnaghi Studies Journal is currently accepting submissions for future volumes. Articles should highlight new discoveries or current research relating to important artworks produced...
From: Enfilade on 20 Jul 2021

Call for Papers | Wood: Between Natural Affordance and Cultural Values

From ArtHist.net: Wood: Between Natural Affordance and Cultural Values in Eurasia Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (and online), 31 March — 2 April 2022 Organised by Aleksandra Lipińska and Ilse Sturkenboom Proposals due by 30 September 2021...
From: Enfilade on 19 Jul 2021

Call for Papers | 2022 Wallace Seminars in the History of Collecting

From the Call for Papers: Seminars in the History of Collecting, 2022 The Wallace Collection, London, last Monday of the Month (possibly online) Proposals due by 17 September 2021 The seminar series was established as part of the Wallace Collection’s...
From: Enfilade on 18 Jul 2021

A North-ern ass

“Satire on the election for County Durham, 14 April 1784: Sir Thomas Clavering and Sir John Upton, one headless, holding a caption labelled ‘The Irish Faction for ever’ and carrying the other, who has no feet, on his back, who says ‘I serv’d...
From: Recent Antiquarian Acquisitions on 14 Jul 2021

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I'll do my best to ensure that the basic URL construction (searchcat?s=...) is stable and persistent as long as the site is around.