Please join the CMCS Blackness & Publicness Working Group’s final event on Friday, April 30th, from 12-2pm: Dr. Jonathan M. Square’s lecture “Envisioning the Afric-American Picture Gallery.” Dr. Square will… Read More
The Center for Material Culture Studies at the University of Delaware welcomes you to the 16th Material Culture Symposium for Emerging Scholars, “Animaterialities: The Material Culture of Animals (including Humans).”… Read More
On February 9th, Professor Jaipreet Virdi will participate in a Zoom Roundtable on Victorian Material Culture. Hosted by the Victorian Studies Association of Western Canada (VSAWC), the roundtable marks the seventh event in… Read More
On Thursday, November 19 at 2pm, Professor Sarah Wasserman will deliver a talk about her new book The Death of Things: Ephemera and the American Novel. The virtual event is hosted by ASAP (Association for… Read More
Saturday Symposium–Our Vote: Suffragist Saturday Join the College of Arts & Sciences for a Saturday Symposium to celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote! This interdisciplinary program will… Read More
“Animaterialities: The Material Culture of Animals (including Humans)” has been rescheduled for April 23-24, 2021. This page will be updated with conference details as they become available.
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.
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
The Department of Art History is excited to announce its Lecture Series for the 2019-2020 academic year! The full schedule of events can be found here: ARTH Lecture Series Brochure.
How electric light created new spaces that transformed the built environment and the perception of modern architecture. In this book, Sandy Isenstadt examines electric light as a form of architecture—as… Read More