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Synopsis

Neighbours : Art History and Interdisciplinarity


International Chair : Rita Eder,
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, MX /
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, CA

Canadian Chair : Mark Cheetham,
University of Toronto, CA

 

The history of art has, by definition, always borrowed from other disciplines. Scholarship in recent decades seems to have transformed the configuration, the importance, and the nature of these borrowings to the point of imposing unequal power relations and questioning the criteria of professional qualification. How does the discipline of art history situate itself in the new critical mapping of the humanities? Is there an academic history of art that is distinct from a museological art history?

Sally Bonn, École supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Marseille, FR
Entre esthétique et histoire de l’art : une pensée à inventer

Irmgard Emmelhainz, University of Toronto, CA
The Michelson/Gidal Debate: Methodological Issues in Analyzing Michael Snow’s Wavelength

Nicos Hadjinicolaou, University of Crete, GR
Interdisciplinarity Without Disciplines

Leslie Korrick, York University, Toronto, CA
Alternate Neighbourhoods: Art History as a Site of aDisciplinary Practice

Marie-Pauline Martin, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, FR
Les enjeux esthétiques d’une collaboration entre « Histoire de l’art » et « Musicologie ». Réévaluer l’évolution de la théorie de l’art des Lumières par la confrontation des littératures artistique et musicologique

Maureen Murphy, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, FR
Paris – New York dans les années 1930 : l’art africain en question

Diane O’Donoghue, Tufts University / Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, US
Sites of Displacement: Visualities of the Freudian Unconscious

Catherine M. Soussloff, University of California, Santa Cruz, US
Performance Studies and Art History: From Early Modern Contexts to Late Modern Theories

Jun Tanaka, University of Tokyo, JP
Historical Analysis of Images, or Image Analysis of History: From Mnemosyne and Passagen-Werk to Morphology of Image

Katalin Timar, Ludwig Museum Budapest - Museum of Contemporary Art, HU
Patterns of Grids: October and Interdisciplinarity

Jean-Philippe Uzel, Université du Québec à Montréal, CA
L’Anthropologie comme critique de l’histoire de l’art

Hans J. Van Miegroet, Duke University, Durham, US
Assessing Cross-Disciplinarity Between Art History and Economics

Monica Zielinsky, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, BR
L’histoire de l’art, sa crise et l’avenir d’un musée au Brésil