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"Picturing the Chinese Dream" - Ros Holmes

06 - 07 February 2019

As part of the Whitworth Studies Seminars series, Dr Ros Holmes (Art History, Univeristy of Manchester) will be delivering a paper entitled "Picturing the 'Chinese Dream': Urban Imaginings and Disnyland Distopias in Postsocialist Beijing"

Gestures: Writing that Moves Between

19:30 - 21:00 15 February 2019

Vahni Capildeo’s poetry includes Measures of Expatriation (Forward Prize, Best Collection, 2016) and Venus as a Bear (Poetry Book Society Choice, 2018). Skin Can Hold, their seventh full-length book (Carcanet, forthcoming 2018), arises from experimental theatre. Their non-fiction, on topics ranging from mannequins to masquerade to microtrave..

'Guns and Rosaries: Lepanto and Calvino-Turcismus in Antwerp’s Dominican Church' - Adam Sammut

17:00 - 18:30 20 February 2019

As part of the Art History Research Seminar series, Adam Sammut (PhD Candidate, Department of History of Art, University of York) will be presenting his paper: 'Guns and Rosaries: Lepanto and Calvino-Turcismus in Antwerp’s Dominican Church'

'Home as a Site of Longing: Nazgol Ansarinia's Living Room (2005)' - Janelle Hixon

17:00 - 27 February 2019

As part of the Art History Research Seminar series, Janelle Hixon (PhD Candidate, Art History and Cultural Practices) will be delivering a paper entitled: 'Home as a Site of Longing: Nazgol Ansarinia's Living Room (2005)'

'Pieter Bruegel's Political Paintings' - Jamie Edwards

17:00 - 18:30 13 March 2019

As part of the Art History Research Seminar series, Dr Jamie Edwards (Department of Art History, Curating and Visual Studies, University of Birmingham) will be presenting a paper entitled: 'Pieter Bruegel's Political Paintings: The 1566 'Census at Bethlehem' as a Case Study'

'Spratt’s Flaps: Using Books and Learning Midwifery in the Early Nineteenth Century' - Rebecca Whiteley

17:00 - 18:30 13 March 2019

As part of the Art History Research Seminar series, Dr Rebecca Whiteley (The John Rylands Research Institute), will be presenting a paper entitled: 'Spratt’s Flaps: Using Books and Learning Midwifery in the Early Nineteenth Century'

'Extra-Illustrating the Macklin Bible' - Naomi Billingsley

17:00 - 18:30 20 March 2019

As part of the Art History Research Seminar series, Dr Naomi Billingsley (John Rylands Research Institute and Art History and Cultural Practices) will be delivering a paper entitled: 'Extra-Illustrating the Macklin Bible'

'Circulating Capital: Northern Ireland and the Politics of Heritage' - Sarah Feinstein

17:00 - 18:30 27 March 2019

As part of the Art History Research Seminar series, Sarah Feinstein (Art History and Cultural Practices) will be delivering a paper entitled: 'Circulating Capital: Northern Ireland and the Politics of Heritage'

Claire Bishop - "Information Overload: Research Based Art and the Politics of Attention"

17:00 - 04 April 2019

As part of the Whitworth Studies Seminars series, Claire Bishop, Pilkington Visiting Professor in Art History and Cultural Practices, The University of Manchester (and Professor of Art History, CUNY Graduate Center, New York) will be delivering a paper entitled "Information Overload: Research Based Art and the Politics of Attention"

'Feminine Abstraction' - Jadranka Ryle

17:00 - 18:30 01 May 2019

As part of the Art History Research Seminar series, Jadranka Ryle (PhD Candidate, Art History and Cultural Practices), will be delivering a paper entitled: #Feminine abstraction: the gender politics of decoration in Hilma af Klint's ‘The Ten Largest’'

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