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2004 – Autumn

October

‘What are they teaching art students these days?’
Revisiting critical pedagogy in the Sculpture Studios of St. Martin’s
MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY SECTION RESEARCH SEMINAR
Mon 11 Oct 2004, 17.30 – 19.30
Seminar Room 1
Speaker
: Hester Westley
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Organised by: Dr Julian Stallabrass – Courtauld Institute of Art


Cent Ans de Relations Culturelles Franco-Britanniques
ENTENTE CORDIALE COLLOQUIUM
Thu 14 & Fri 15 Oct, 09.15 – 17.30
Thursday: Maison française d’Oxford
Friday: Courtauld Institute Of Art
Ticket/Entry Details: The colloquium is free
Organised by: Isabelle Bour & Diana Cooper-Richet – Centre d’histoire culturelle des sociétés contemporaines, l’université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
Marie-Francoise Cachin – Institut CharlesV, l’université Paris VII
Michel Rapoport – Institut Jean-Baptiste Say, l’université Paris XII-Val de Marne
Dr Sarah Wilson – Courtauld Institute of Art
Further information: This two-day colloquium will be held on 14 and 15 October in Oxford and at the Courtauld Institute, respectively, to mark the centenary of the Entente Cordiale between Britain and France. Academics from British and French universities and research institutes will meet to examine and discuss the nature of Franco-British cultural exchanges over the past one hundred years.

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« Cent ans de relations culturelles franco-britanniques »
Colloque franco-britannique à l’occasion du centenaire de la signature de l’Entente cordiale

Oxford et Londres, 14 et 15 octobre 2004

PRE-PROGRAMME

Responsables scientifiques : Isabelle Bour et Diana Cooper-Richet, Centre d’histoire culturelle des sociétés contemporaines de l’université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, Marie-Françoise Cachin, Institut Charles V de l’université Paris VII, Michel Rapoport, Institut Jean-Baptiste Say de l’université Paris XII-Val de Marne.

Institutions organisatrices : en Grande-Bretagne, Middlesex University, Westminster University et Courtauld Institute of Art Research Forum (université de Londres); en France, le Centre d’histoire culturelle des sociétés contemporaines (université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines), le Centre Jean-Baptiste Say (université Paris XII-Val de Marne) et l’Institut Charles V (université Paris VII).

Jeudi 14 octobre 2004
Maison française d’Oxford

Matin

10h — 10h 15 : Ouverture du colloque par Alexis Tadié, directeur de la Maison française d’Oxford.

10h 15 à 13h : Les modes de vie.

Présidence : André Encrevé (université Paris XII — Val de Marne).

10h 15 : Michel Baridon (université de Bourgogne, Dijon), Jardins et paysages croisés : Achille Duchêne en Angleterre et Russel Page en France.
10h 35 : Michel Tailland (université de Toulon), 1857-1900, une Entente Cordiale à l’épreuve des sommets des Alpes.
10h 55: David Drake (université de Middlesex), Integration in France and Britain : republicanism and multiculturalism ? Republicanism versus multiculturalism?
10h 55 — 11h 30 : Débat et pause.
11h 30 : Anthony Rowley (IEP Paris), Manger français avec une fourchette anglaise. Echanges et frontières à table, 1890’s- 2004 .
11h 50 : Constance Bantman (ENS-LSH, Lyon), La cuisine française en Grande-Bretagne, un exemple les restaurants français à Oxford.
12h 10 : Témoignage d’un restaurateur français installé en Angleterre.
12h 30 — 13h : Débat.

Déjeuner

Après-midi

14 h 00 à 16h 00 : Edition, presse et littérature.
Présidence : Valerie Holman (université de Reading)

14h 00 : Jean-Yves Mollier (Centre d’histoire culturelle des sociétés contemporaines de l’université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin- en- Yvelines ),
L’image de l’Angleterre dans la littérature populaire à la veille de la signature de l’Entente Cordiale.
14h 20 : Michel Leymarie (université Lille III), Dingley l’illustre écrivain.
14h 40 : Monick Lebrun-Niesing ( université de Bordeaux), Stéréotypes et représentations véhiculées dans les manuels scolaires dès l’école maternelle
15h-15h 30 : Témoignages du professeur Sylvère Monod et d’un traducteur anglais.
15h30-16h00 : Débat

Départ pour Londres

Vendredi 15 octobre
Courtauld Institute of Art, Somerset House, Strand, Londres

Matin

9h 15 : Inscription à la journée
9h 30 : Visite des collections de la Gallérie Courtauld, avec un exposé de Sarah Wilson(Courtauld Institute of Art, université de Londres) – La collection Courtauld: Samuel Courtauld, Roger Fry et les relations franco-britanniques
11h : Pause café
11h 30: Accueil – Deborah Swallow, directrice de l’Institut Courtauld (université de Londres)

11h 40 — 12h 45 : Echanges artistiques.
Présidence : Sarah Wilson, Courtauld Institute of Art (université de Londres)

11h40: Blaise Wilfert (ENS), Paris-Londres et retour 1870-1900, esthétisme anglais et symbolisme français au temps de l’Etat nationalisateur.
12h: Marjorie Vanbaelinghem (université de Poitiers), La critique d’art et les relations franco-britanniques (1949-1955).
12h 20: Chloé Théault (Paris VIII-Saint-Denis), L’édification d’un mythe anglais des années 1930 ou comment contrer la domination de l’art français en Angleterre.
12h40-13h : Débat

Déjeuner – indépendent

14h-16h00 : Entente cordiale intellectuelle ?
Présidence : Michael Kelly,
université de Southampton

14h00 : Eric Gady (université Paris IV), Egyptologues français et anglais en Egypte de 1904 à 1956, une entente cordiale ?
14h 20 : Diana Cooper-Richet (université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines), Les frères Galignani artisans de l’Entente cordiale ?
14h 40 : Michel Rapoport (université Paris XII- Val de Marne), Les Anglais et les décades de Pontigny, une entente cordiale de l’esprit ?
15h-16h : débat et pause

16h 00-17h30 Table ronde
« Chercheurs français et britanniques face à l’analyse des relations culturelles entre leurs deux pays. Deux approches d’un même objet ».
Modérateur : Isabelle Bour,
université F. Rabelais de Tours
Participants : Michael Kelly,
université de Southampton.
Jean-Yves Mollier
, Centre d’histoire culturelle des sociétés contemporaines, université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.
Laurence Des Cars, Musée d’Orsay.
Sarah Wilson, Courtauld Institute of Art.
David Drake, Middlesex University.
John Tod, British Council (Paris)

17h30 : Bilan des colloques de Paris, d’Oxford et de Londres ; propositions de mise en place d’un réseau de chercheurs sur les relations culturelles franco-britanniques par Diana Cooper-Richet et Michel Rapoport.

18h00 : Réception, Courtauld Institute of Art

This event has been organised as a collaboration of centres in the UK and in France: Middlesex University, Westminster University, and the Courtauld Institute of Art Research Forum (UK), le Centre d’histoire culturelle des sociétés contemporaines (université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines), le Centre Jean-Baptiste Say (université Paris XII-Val de Marne), and l’Institut Charles V (université Paris VII) (FRANCE).



The Emperor on the Gallery:
Charles IV and the Church of St Mary at Mühlhausen
MEDIEVAL WORK IN PROGRESS SEMINAR
Thu 14 Oct 2004, 17.00 – 18.00
Seminar Room 4
Speaker
: Andreas Puth – Courtauld Institute of Art
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Organised by: Dr Lindy Grant – Courtauld Institute of Art

 



The Italian Communist Party and Images of the Worker in the Paintings of Renato Guttuso and Italian Neorealist Cinema
MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY SECTION RESEARCH SEMINAR
Mon 18 Oct 2004, 17.30 – 19.30
Seminar Room 1
Speaker: Lara Pucci
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Organised by: Dr Julian Stallabrass – The Courtauld Institute of Art


Biography in Theory, Prejudice and Practice
RENAISSANCE SECTION RESEARCH SEMINAR
Mon 18 Oct 2004, 17.00 – 19.00
Seminar Room 4
Speaker: James Fenton
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Organised by: Dr Georgia Clarke – Courtauld Institute of Art
Further information: The Renaissance Section research seminars for 2004-5, In the Name of the Artist: History, Biography, Monographs, will consider monographs and biographies. The Raphael exhibition at the National Gallery makes this an apt moment to address this topic – one that was introduced in last year’s ‘Naming Names’ seminar. It is proposed that speakers will explore issues such as the Burckhardtian concern with the cult of the individual; the notion of a monograph – whether in the format of an exhibition or book; the effect on an artist’s or architect’s work when it is considered within a catalogue raisonné or in the context of a biography; the problem of ‘anonymous masters’ and how the attribution of art works or buildings may be driven or constrained by the art historical definition of authorship.

 


PAUL MELLON LECTURES 2004
Mon 25 Oct 2004, 18.30 – 19.30
Sainsbury Wing Lecture Theatre at the National Gallery
Title
: Part 1 of 5 – New Adventures in Space and Time: Reconfiguring Rural Life in the Age of Revolution
Speaker: Professor David Solkin – Courtauld Institute of Art
Ticket/Entry Details: £12.50 for the entire series, or £3 each lecture. For more information, or to request a booking form, please contact Advance Ticket Sales, The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN. Tel (info only) 020 7747 2888.
Organised by: The National Gallery, London
Further information: The Paul Mellon Lectures 2004, titled The Epic of Common Life: Genre Painting and Social Change in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain, are the sixth in a series given biennially by an invited specialist in British art, held at the National Gallery and supported by The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. Delivered this year by Professor David Solkin, they will serve as the Early Modern section’s annual research seminars.


 

FRANK DAVIS MEMORIAL LECTURE SERIES
Tue 26 Oct 2004, 17.30 – 18.30
Kenneth Clark Lecture Theatre
Title
: Part 1 of 6 – Pictures in the Chinese Encyclopaedia: Image, Category and Knowledge in Ming China
Speaker: Professor Craig Clunas – SOAS
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Organised by: Professor Patricia Rubin – Courtauld Institute of Art
Further information: Boundaries is the theme for this year’s lecture series, chaired by Professor Deborah Cherry – Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Speakers will explore the geographical, material and temporal boundaries that define the study of the history of art.

The Frank Davis Memorial Lectures are kindly sponsored by the F M Kirby Foundation.

 

Throwing the Body into the Fight
(performance/lecture)
East Wing Collection 06
Wed 27 Oct 2004, 18.30 – 19.30
Kenneth Clark Lecture Theatre
Speaker: Raimund Hoghe – artist
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Organised by: Dominic Johnson – Courtauld Institute of Art
Further information: The Courtauld Institute will host a series of talks by practising artists, starting with the choreographer Raimund Hoghe, and continuing next term with the performance legend Ron Athey and punk drag blacktress Vaginal Davis. The talks are organised as part of the student-led East Wing Collection 06.

Raimund Hoghe lives in Dusseldorf, Germany, and is a dancer, choreographer and writer. Key solo dance pieces include “Meinwärts” (1994), “Chambre séparée” (1997) and “Another Dream” (2000), which have been presented throughout Europe. He was dramaturg to Pina Bausch’s Tanztheater Wuppertal (1980-90), and is the author of seven books, including two on Bausch. Hoghe has been awarded several prizes, including the “Deutscher Produzentenpreis für Choreografie” in 2001.


November 2004


MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY SECTION RESEARCH SEMINAR
Mon 1 Nov 2004
Seminar Room 1
Title
: Tiravanija, etc.
Speaker: Noah Horowitz
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Organised by: Dr Julian Stallabrass – Courtauld Institute of Art


PAUL MELLON LECTURES 2004
Mon 1 Nov 2004, 18.30 – 19.30
Sainsbury Wing Lecture Theatre at the National Gallery
Title
: Part 2 of 5 – Trouble in Arcadia
Speaker: Professor David Solkin – Courtauld Institute of Art
Ticket/Entry Details: £12.50 for the entire series, or £3 each lecture. For more information, or to request a booking form, please contact Advance Ticket Sales, The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN. Tel (info only) 020 7747 2888.
Organised by: The National Gallery, London
Further information: The Paul Mellon Lectures 2004, titled The Epic of Common Life: Genre Painting and Social Change in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain, are the sixth in a series given biennially by an invited specialist in British art, held at the National Gallery and supported by The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. Delivered this year by Professor David Solkin, they will serve as the Early Modern section’s annual research seminars.


MEDIEVAL WORK IN PROGRESS SEMINAR
Thu 4 Nov 2004, 17.00 – 18.00
Seminar Room 4
Title
: Title to be announced – this talk will be on the subject of the manuscripts of Kosmos Indikopleustes.
Speaker: Maya Kominko – Exeter College, Oxford
Ticket/Entry Details:
Organised by: Dr Lindy Grant – Courtauld Institute of Art


MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY SECTION RESEARCH SEMINAR
Mon 8 Nov 2004, 17.30 – 19.30
Seminar Room 1
Title: Visuality and Pictoriality
Speaker: Professor Whitney Davis, UC Berkeley
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Organised by: Dr Julian Stallabrass – Courtauld Institute of Art

 


PAUL MELLON LECTURES 2004
Mon 8 Nov 2004, 18.30 – 19.30
Sainsbury Wing Lecture Theatre at the National Gallery
Title
: Part 3 of 5 – The Subjects and Spaces of Surveillance
Speaker: Professor David Solkin – Courtauld Institute of Art
Ticket/Entry Details: £12.50 for the entire series, or £3 each lecture. For more information, or to request a booking form, please contact Advance Ticket Sales, The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN. Tel (info only) 020 7747 2888.
Organised by: The National Gallery, London
Further information: The Paul Mellon Lectures 2004, titled The Epic of Common Life: Genre Painting and Social Change in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain, are the sixth in a series given biennially by an invited specialist in British art, held at the National Gallery and supported by The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. Delivered this year by Professor David Solkin, they will serve as the Early Modern section’s annual research seminars.

 


FRANK DAVIS MEMORIAL LECTURE SERIES
Tue 9 Nov 2004, 17.30 – 18.30
Kenneth Clark Lecture Theatre
Title: Part 2 of 6 – The Jesuit Infirmary Frescoes at S. Andrea al Quirinale in Rome: Traversing the Boundaries Between Catholic and Pagan, Real and Virtual
Speaker: Professor Gauvin Bailey – Clark University
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Organised by: Professor Patricia Rubin – Courtauld Institute of Art
Further information: Boundaries is the theme for this year’s lecture series, chaired by Professor Deborah Cherry – Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Speakers will explore the geographical, material and temporal boundaries that define the study of the history of art.

The Frank Davis Memorial Lectures are kindly sponsored by the F M Kirby Foundation.

 


RENAISSANCE SECTION RESEARCH SEMINAR
Mon 15 Nov 2004, 17.00 – 19.00
Seminar Room 4
Title: “Il povero Baldassarre”: Peruzzi and the problem of biography
Speaker
: Ann Huppert – Worcester College, Oxford
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Organised by: Dr Georgia Clarke – Courtauld Institute of Art
Further information: The Renaissance Section research seminars for 2004-5, In the Name of the Artist: History, Biography, Monographs, will consider monographs and biographies. The Raphael exhibition at the National Gallery makes this an apt moment to address this topic – one that was introduced in last year’s ‘Naming Names’ seminar. It is proposed that speakers will explore issues such as the Burckhardtian concern with the cult of the individual; the notion of a monograph – whether in the format of an exhibition or book; the effect on an artist’s or architect’s work when it is considered within a catalogue raisonné or in the context of a biography; the problem of ‘anonymous masters’ and how the attribution of art works or buildings may be driven or constrained by the art historical definition of authorship.

 


 

PAUL MELLON LECTURES 2004
Mon 15 Nov 2004, 18.30 – 19.30
Sainsbury Wing Lecture Theatre at the National Gallery
Title
: Part 4 of 5 – The Colonisation of Carnival
Speaker: Professor David Solkin – Courtauld Institute of Art
Ticket/Entry Details: £12.50 for the entire series, or £3 each lecture. For more information, or to request a booking form, please contact Advance Ticket Sales, The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN. Tel (info only) 020 7747 2888.
Organised by: The National Gallery, London
Further information: The Paul Mellon Lectures 2004, titled The Epic of Common Life: Genre Painting and Social Change in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain, are the sixth in a series given biennially by an invited specialist in British art, held at the National Gallery and supported by The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. Delivered this year by Professor David Solkin, they will serve as the Early Modern section’s annual research seminars.


FRANK DAVIS MEMORIAL LECTURE SERIES
Tue 16 Nov 2004, 17.30 – 18.30
Kenneth Clark Lecture Theatre
Title: Part 3 of 6 – From Borders to Boundaries. Geography of Art in Post-1989 Europe
Speaker: Professor Piotr Piotrowski – Adama Mickiewicza University, Poznan, Poland
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Organised by: Professor Patricia Rubin – Courtauld Institute of Art
Further information: Boundaries is the theme for this year’s lecture series, chaired by Professor Deborah Cherry – Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Speakers will explore the geographical, material and temporal boundaries that define the study of the history of art.

The Frank Davis Memorial Lectures are kindly sponsored by the F M Kirby Foundation.

 


MEDIEVAL WORK IN PROGRESS SEMINAR
Thu 18 Nov 2004, 17.00 – 18.00
Seminar Room 4
Title: William of Wykeham’s Glazing at New College, Oxford
Speaker: Anna Eavis – English Heritage/Corpus Vitrearum
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Organised by: Dr Lindy Grant – Courtauld Institute of Art

 


PAUL MELLON LECTURES 2004
Mon 22 Nov 2004, 18.30 – 19.30
Sainsbury Wing Lecture Theatre at the National Gallery
Title: Part 5 of 5 – The End of Olde England: Remaking the Nation after Waterloo
Speaker: Professor David Solkin – Courtauld Institute of Art
Ticket/Entry Details: £12.50 for the entire series, or £3 each lecture. For more information, or to request a booking form, please contact Advance Ticket Sales, The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN. Tel (info only) 020 7747 2888.
Organised by: The National Gallery, London
Further information: The Paul Mellon Lectures 2004, titled The Epic of Common Life: Genre Painting and Social Change in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain, are the sixth in a series given biennially by an invited specialist in British art, held at the National Gallery and supported by The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. Delivered this year by Professor David Solkin, they will serve as the Early Modern section’s annual research seminars.

 


FRANK DAVIS MEMORIAL LECTURE SERIES
Tue 23 Nov 2004, 17.30 – 18.30
Kenneth Clark Lecture Theatre
Title
: Part 4 of 6 – Inside Out: Anatomy, Medicine and the Boundaries of Nineteenth-Century Masculinity
Speaker: Professor Anthea Callen – University of Nottingham
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Organised by: Professor Patricia Rubin – Courtauld Institute of Art
Further information: Boundaries is the theme for this year’s lecture series, chaired by Professor Deborah Cherry – Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Speakers will explore the geographical, material and temporal boundaries that define the study of the history of art.

The Frank Davis Memorial Lectures are kindly sponsored by the F M Kirby Foundation.

 


TALKING POINTS
Wed 24 Nov, 16.30 – 18.30 (please note earlier start time, than that printed in our leaflet)
Lecture Theatre
Title: Thinking Aloud, Touching Sexual Difference: Cezanne and Cassatt
Speakers: Professor Tamar Garb – UCL & Professor Carol Armstrong – Princeton University.
Dr Caroline Arscott will be chairing the discussion.
Ticket/Entry Details: Aimed at postgraduate students and Courtauld staff
Organised by: Professor Patricia Rubin
Further information: Talking Points will bring together two specialists to discuss contested issues or works of art. The Talking Points seminars, as with the 2003-4 Intellectual Formation seminar series, form part of the Research Forum’s postgraduate programme, aimed at postgraduate students and Courtauld teaching staff to engage with visiting scholars of distinction on matters central to the development of the field.
Dr Caroline Arscott will be chairing the discussion

 


MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY SECTION RESEARCH SEMINAR
Mon 29 Nov 2004, 17.30 – 19.30
Seminar Room 1
Title: Encroaching Art
Speaker: Heath Bunting
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Organised by: Dr Julian Stallabrass – Courtauld Institute of Art

 


FRANK DAVIS MEMORIAL LECTURE SERIES
Tue 30 Nov 2004, 17.30 – 18.30
Kenneth Clark Lecture Theatre
Title
: Part 5 of 6 – The Moving Stare-Case: Velocities of the Image c.1900
Speaker: Professor Lynda Nead – Birkbeck College
Ticket/Entry Details: All welcome
Further information: Boundaries is the theme for this year’s lecture series, chaired by Professor Deborah Cherry – Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Speakers will explore the geographical, material and temporal boundaries that define the study of the history of art.

The Frank Davis Memorial Lectures are kindly sponsored by the F M Kirby Foundation.

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