CMCS Grant Opportunities and Deadlines Spring 2020 deadline: March 15 The Center for Material Culture Studies is pleased to offer several sources of funding to University of Delaware graduate students and… Read More
CMCS is proud to feature Matthew Rinkevich’s online learning resource, built with his material culture colloquium. Students engaged in independent research to catalog objects they found in plays they read… Read More
As a precautionary measure in light of COVID-19, the 16th Material Culture Symposium for Emerging Scholars — “Animaterialities: The Material Culture of Humans (including Humans)” — has been postponed. We… Read More
UD’s Center for Material Culture Studies encourages students engaged in material culture studies to apply for DELPHI (Delaware Public Humanities Institute) fellowships for summer 2020. The 2020 Delaware Public Humanities Institute will take… Read More
Professor Jennifer Van Horn took her graduate seminar, “Landscapes of Slavery,” to Charlottesville (UVA’s campus, Monticello, and Montpelier) to experience plantation landscapes firsthand & to consider how these spaces are… Read More
King George III will not stay on the ground. Ever since a crowd in New York City toppled his equestrian statue in 1776, burying some of the parts and melting… Read More
CMCS Grant Opportunities and Deadlines with October 15th Deadlines Fall 2019 deadline: October 15 The Center for Material Culture Studies is pleased to offer several sources of funding to University… Read More
The Communal Studies Association is holding its annual conference at Winterthur October 17-19, 2019. This year’s theme is “Space, Place, and the Spirit of Material Culture. See here for more details.
UDAILY writes about Professor Anne Bowler’s class, “Sociology of Art & Culture.” Together, they created a digital gallery of the work of Wilmington artists. Read the full article here!
To kick of the 2019-2020 Art History Lecture Series, Professor Jennifer Van Horn will give a talk titled “‘Stealing a Glance’ Enslaved Viewers and Iconoclasts in the Plantation South” this… Read More