Circulaire 7

Dear Friends & Colleagues,

Welcome back! We hope that your semester has got off to a swashbuckling start!

Over the summer we have been updating and transforming the EPCAF website. We invite you to take a look, and see if there is any additional information you think we should add:
https://sites.google.com/site/epcafcentral/home
And please, share EPCAFcentral with colleagues, students, librarians, and anyone else who might be interested.

We have a few exciting projects coming up in the next few months, but for the time being find below some calls for papers, new publications, and diverse announcements. Remember to send us any information you would like us to include in the next circulaire. Don’t be shy if you have a new publication you would like to share with the EPCAF group.

Sincerely,

Catherine Dossin & Victoria H.F. Scott

 
 


CALLS FOR PAPERS 

East-West Cultural Exchanges and the Cold War

International conference in the University of Jyväskylä Finland

Thursday 14– Saturday 16 June 2012.

The deadline for proposals is 1 December 2011.

Call for papers available at http://culturalcoldwar.blogspot.com/

 
 

POP?  International Symposium on the Reception of Pop Art in Belgium 

(1960 – 1970)

Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and Vrije University Brussels

Thursday 1- Friday 2, 2011

The deadline for submission is 21 October 2011.

Call for papers available at www.popartinbelgium.be

 
 


PUBLICATIONS 

Paris Unraveled: The Student’s Guide to Living and Studying in France 

A new e-book and community for Anglophone students studying abroad. Paris Unraveled offers information on everything from the administrative procedures of coming to France to job and internship opportunities and events for students.

http://www.parisunraveled.com/

 
 

Ellipsis: An Undergraduate Journal

Ellipsis… is a new online, peer reviewed journal for undergraduate research in the Humanities It invites scholarly original research and narratives on the research process from all branches of the Humanities to be submitted for consideration. Ellipsis… seeks to engage Undergraduates in research and provide a place to share their findings in an interdisciplinary setting.

For submission guidelines: http://ellipsis.mooreworks.net/cms/cfp.aspx

 
 

Michael Fried, Four Honest Outlaws: Sala, Ray, Marioni, Gordon

Fried’s new book addresses two European contemporary artists:

http://yalepress.yale.edu/book.asp?isbn=9780300170535

 
 

Stephanie Jeanjean, “Disobedient Video in France in the 1970s: Video Production by Women’s CollectivesAfterall, Summer 2011

http://www.afterall.org/journal/issue.27/disobedient-video-in-france-in-the-1970s-video-production-by-women-s-collectives

 
 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Museum of Parallel Narratives: In the Framework of L’Internationale

14 May–2 October 2011

MACBA, Barcelona

The exhibition Museum of Parallel Narratives presents a selection of works from the Arteast 2000+ Collection of the Moderna galerija in Ljubljana, the first-ever collection of postwar avant-garde Eastern European art, and seeks to discover what sort of art system, if any, accompanied the production, presentation and musealisation of these artworks.

http://www.contemporaryart.com/museo-de-arte-contemporaneo-de-barcelona-macba/museum-of-parallel-narratives-in-the-framework-of-l%E2%80%99internationale/

 
 

 A chacun son réel: Research Seminar

The project “To each his own reality” – ERC Starting Grant is pleased to invited you to its next seminar on September, 29 at 5pm at the Centre allemand d’histoire de l’art,10 place des Victoires 75002 Paris. It will feature Antje Kramer, maître de conférences en histoire de l’art contemporain à l’Université Rennes II, who will talk about “Les visions du réel au sein du Nouveau Réalisme,” and Marta Dziewanska, conservateur et responsable des publications, Musée d’Art Moderne de Varsovie, who will present her research on “Alina Szapocznikow: Sculpter le ‘réel’.”

For more information: http://www.dtforum.org/index.php?id=239&L=1

 
 

Google Groups for Scholars in Europe

Google Groups that serve English-language scholars doing work in Europe. The group are conceived as a message board to facilitate the logistics of coming to and living in Paris as a scholar. If you would like to join the groups, please visit the groups’ homepages:

Paris Group: http://groups.google.com/group/paris-scholars

Berlin Group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BerlinScholars/