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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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VACANCY: part-time scientific employee at The National Committee for Logic, History and Philosophy of the Sciences

The National Committee for Logic, History and Philosophy of the Sciences is looking for a part-time scientific employee (m / f / x). This is a half-time appointment for a period of 1 year, with a starting date of 1 January 2021. This appointment may be renewable full-time. Candidates must send their admission before November…

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Webinar: Art History and Visual Material Culture @ Research Center Arts in Society, Groningen University

Groningen University is happy to invite you to the first event of the series of research webinars on art history & visual material culture. The inaugural session takes place on Wednesday, 28 October, 17.15-18.00h. The lecture will focus on Hugo Grotius and will be given by Dr. Elsje van Kessel. This talk focuses on the…

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Call for proposals: The Renaissance Society of America’s Graduate Student Advisory Committee

The Renaissance Society of America’s Graduate Student Advisory Committee is pleased to launch the Online Graduate Student Lightning Talk Series with its inaugural session on Expanding the Renaissance, taking place on 3 December 2020.  As scholars and students of Renaissance Studies, as the RSA Statement in Support of Social Justice states, we “have structured a…

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Studiebeurzen voor studenten @ KNIR

Het KNIR verstrekt onder bepaalde voorwaarden beurzen en stipendia aan jonge wetenschappers die voor hun onderzoek in Rome dienen te verblijven. De beurzen zijn bestemd voor (R)MA-studenten, promovendi en postdocs van een van de zes universiteiten die bijdragen aan de financiering van het KNIR. Beurzen worden uitgekeerd voor een periode van max. 7 tot 10 weken. Daarnaast is een…

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