A slightly belated roundup of CFPs, journal articles, academia.edu papers, and conferences from the last few weeks.
The Paul Mellon Centre & Yale Centre for British Art have recently launched their open-access, peer-reviewed journal, British Art Studies. Read the first issue here.
The latest issue of the Journal for Maritime Research on ‘Gendering the Maritime World’
Check out Matthew Martin’s fascinating open session on his paper ‘Infinite Bodies: The Baroque, the Counter-reformation Relic and the Body of James II‘. There are 22 days left to comment on a draft of the paper on academia.edu.
The CFP for Material and Sensory Cultures of Religion
The latest issue of the open-access Journal of Art Historiography, (December 2015)
This CFP for Possessed: The Material Culture of Ownership
The CFP for The Great Famine and its Impacts: Visual and Material Culture
See the recently announced programme for the conference Collecting to Exhibit? The Narratives of Art Between Collection and Exhibition
Two doctoral stipends are available for the project Museums and Controversial Collections. Politics and Policies of Heritage -Making in Post-colonial and Post-socialist Contexts.
See the Table of Contents for ssue 3 of Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide.