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Histoire de l’art, 88 : Noémie Verdeil, « Écrire l’histoire des ateliers muséographiques du Louvre »

Histoire de l’art, 88 : Limites : objets et matérialité, 2021/2 VARIA Noémie Verdeil Écrire l’histoire des ateliers muséographiques du Louvre L’organisation du service des ateliers muséographiques du musée du Louvre résulte du rassemblement,...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 25 May 2022

Joy undimmed: John Masefield and The Midnight Folk

John Masefield was in his last year as Poet Laureate when I was born in 1966. I remember copying out his poem ‘Cargoes’ in primary school – “Quinquireme of Nineveh from distant Ophir . . .” – and wondering what all these strange, beautiful-sounding...
From: Mathew Lyons on 25 May 2022

The Great Wine Blight

The Columbian Exchange is a much discussed phenomenon, but it can have had few more surprising consequences than the near total destruction of European wine production in the 19th century. The cause was phylloxera, a microscopic yellow aphid native to...
From: Mathew Lyons on 24 May 2022

Journal18, Spring 2021 — Race

From J18: Journal18, Issue #13 (Spring 2022) — Race: Representation in the French Colonial Empire Edited by Susannah Blair and Stephanie O’Rourke I N T E R V E N T I O N S • Making Whiteness: Art, Luxury, and Race in Eighteenth-Century France —...
From: Enfilade on 16 May 2022

Call for Articles | Thresholds 51: Heat

From Thresholds: Thresholds 51: Heat Edited by Hampton Smith and Zachariah DeGiulio Submissions are due by 1 June 2022 Thresholds is the annual peer-reviewed journal produced by the MIT Department of Architecture, held in over 150 university art &...
From: Enfilade on 4 May 2022

Call for Papers | The Science of Taste in the 18th Century

From (which also includes the accompanying bibliography) . . . La Science du Goût au XVIIIe Siècle Special issue of Revue Internationale d’étude du dix-huitième siècle (RIEDS), edited by Guilhem Armand and Emmanuelle Sempère Proposals...
From: Enfilade on 2 May 2022

The discovery of Parkinson’s Disease

At 10am on 7 October 1794 a 39-year-old physician named James Parkinson presented himself in Whitehall for interrogation by William Pitt and the Privy Council. They were investigating what became known as the Popgun Plot, an alleged attempt to assassinate...
From: Mathew Lyons on 29 Apr 2022

Murillo, “Networks and the Construction of Corruption in Spanish Italy,” JSH Spring

Raphael Murillo, “How to See Corruption: Networks and the Construction of Corruption in Spanish Italy,” Journal of Social History 55/3 (2022).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 27 Apr 2022

Evliya Çelebi: Ottoman traveller, writer, dreamer

Evliya Çelebi was born in Istanbul on 25 March 1611. He is best known in the Anglophone world through the translations of Joseph von Hammer-Purgstall in the 19th century and, more recently, Robert Dankoff. His ten-volume Seyahatname is perhaps the longest...
From: Mathew Lyons on 22 Apr 2022

Andreu-Miralles, “Virility & Frailty in Spanish Liberalism (1808-14), G&H March

Xavier Andreu-Miralles, “A Fatherland of Free Men. Virility and ‘Frailty’ in Spanish Liberalism (1808-1814),” Gender and History 34/1 (2022).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 20 Apr 2022

The Burlington Magazine, April

The eighteenth century in the April issue of The Burlington . . . The Burlington Magazine 164 (April 2022) A R T I C L E S • Lucy Davis and Natalia Muñoz-Rojas, “The Provenance of Het Steen and The Rainbow Landscape by Rubens,” pp. 333–41. New...
From: Enfilade on 18 Apr 2022

Articles in the Colonial Latin American Review 31/1,

Colonial Latin American Review 31/1 (2022): Kelly Donahue-Wallace, “Imprinting exemplarity: a culture of print in Mexican nuns’ portraits.” Heather J. Allen, “Scriban voices in Chimalpahin’s transcription of La conquista de Mexico.“...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 13 Apr 2022

Patel Nascimento, “Concubinage, Adultery, & Violence in Late Colonial Bahia,” WHR 33/2

Selina Patel Nascimento, “Wives Walking Away: Concubinage, Adultery, and Violence in Late Colonial Bahia,” Women’s History Review 31/2 (2022).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 11 Apr 2022

Call for Articles | Black Artists in the Atlantic World, 1500–19

From the Call for Papers at Arts: Special Issue of Arts: Black Artists in the Atlantic World, 1500–1900 Guest edited by Paul Niell and Emily Thames Abstracts due by 31 May 2022, with drafts of completed articles due by 31 March 2023 We are seeking submissions...
From: Enfilade on 9 Apr 2022

Rizzuto, “The Crusading Indulgence & the Revolt of the Comunidades,” CHR, Autumn 2021

Claudio César Rizzuto, “The Crusading Indulgence and the Revolt of the Comunidades of Castile (1520-21): Ecclesiastical Reform and Local Religious Life,” The Catholic Historical Review 107/4 (2021).
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 4 Apr 2022

Englishobbes and Irishdoggs: Anglo-Norman Ireland and the Statutes of Kilkenny

In late medieval Ireland, they had customary words of abuse for one another. Englishobbe. Irishdogg. So deep was the antipathy that one parliament was forced to legislate against such language, on pain of a year in prison and an unspecified fine. But...
From: Mathew Lyons on 31 Mar 2022

The Burlington Magazine, March

The eighteenth century in the March issue of The Burlington . . . The Burlington Magazine 164 (March 2022) G. B. Piranesi, Catalogo delle Opere, State I, with manuscript additions, 1761, etching, 40 × 30 cm (Private collection). A R T I C L E S •...
From: Enfilade on 31 Mar 2022

The Burlington Magazine, February

The eighteenth century in February’s issue of The Burlington . . . The Burlington Magazine 164 (February 2022) — Northern European Art Nathaniel Dance Holland, Portrait of Christian VII, King of Denmark, 1768, oil on canvas, 77 × 63 cm (Royal Collection...
From: Enfilade on 31 Mar 2022

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