2018 World Art Research Seminars (WARS) 2018 World Art Research Seminars (WARS)

The World Art Research Seminar takes place on Wednesdays from 5:00 - 7:00 pm in the Sainsbury Centre Lecture Theatre (01.10).

All are welcome! And are drinks provided!

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JANUARY 30// John Mitchell (UEA)
The Riddle of the Cave: Pilgrimage and Health Wars at the Grotta di San Michele at Olevano sul Tusciano

FEBRUARY 6// Elsje van Kessel (University of St Andrews)
The Inventories of the Ship ‘Madre de Deus’: Tracing Asian Material Culture in Early Modern England

FEBRUARY 13// Alison Turnbull (Artist)
In conversation with Dr Ed Krçma on her recent book project, Psyche, or the Butterfly

FEBRUARY 20// Reading week, no lecture

FEBRUARY 27// Mirjam Brusius (German Historical Institute)
From Trafalgar Sq. to the British Museum: The Politics of Displaying Art from the Middle East

MARCH 6// Heather Pulliam (Edinburgh)
The Embodied Eye and the High Cross in Medieval Ireland

MARCH 13// Will Carruthers (UEA / Leverhulme)
Archaeology, UNESCO's Nubian Campaign, and the Remaking of Colonial Pasts

MARCH 20// Tom Nichols (Glasgow)
Giorgione's Ambiguity

MARCH 27// Ferdinand de Jong and Clare Haynes (UEA)
Religious Heritage and the Secular Sacred"

Download the Spring/Summer 2019 WARS series poster.

You can also see a list of previous WARS lectures from 2016 to Spring 2018.