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Vacancy: Postdoctoral Researcher Art & Sustainability

The Research group Art & Sustainability is looking for a postdoctoral researcher whose research and artistic interests address existential dimensions of climate change and adaptation to its ecological, social and cultural impacts. The purpose of the postdoctoral researcher is to support and strengthen research in the area of art and sustainability, with explicit attention to…

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Blogpost: Thijs Hagendijk about the Recipes Project

Thijs Hagendijk wrote a blogpost on Hypotheses, about his new publication written together with Sven Dupré and Márcia Vilarigues. Hypotheses hosts several thousand blogs covering all areas of the humanities and social sciences. The texts are in open access. For the full blogpost, follow this link.  

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CALL FOR PAPERS: Scientiae Conference on disciplines of knowing in the early modern world

Proposals are invited for the ninth Scientiae Conference on disciplines of knowing in the early modern world, which will take place online, 9-12 June 2021. Keynote speakers will be Florike Egmond (University of Leiden) and Sven Dupré (University of Amsterdam / Utrecht University). The Programme Committee welcomes panel-proposals from any disciplinary perspective, yet we would…

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Vacature: stageplaats RKD/Art DATIS

Art DATIS (Digital Art Technical sources for the Netherlands: Integration and improvement of sources on glass for a Sustainable future) is een vierjarig onderzoeksproject binnen het  WO  programma Big Data/Digital Humanities. Binnen het project wordt onderzocht wat de rol was van historische bronnen (1500-1900) in het werk van de Nederlandse glaskunstenaar Sybren Valkema (1916-1996), en…

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Online Symposium: “Technological Revolutions and Art History” on 12 Nov. 2020

In the spring of 2018, the Frick Art Reference Library’s Digital Art History Lab hosted a two-day symposium examining how recent advances in technology were motivating changes in art-historical research. “Searching Through Seeing: Optimizing Computer Vision Technology for the Arts” convened approximately 160 professionals from the fields of computer science and art history to explore image-based searching…

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