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International Scholarship Program at the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. Deadline: June 30, 2016

Launched in 2009, the International Fellowship Programme offers scholars from around the world the opportunity to spend one to three months on a research residency at the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

The programme supports research projects that bear direct relation to the diverse institutions and rich collections of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. It aims to strengthen the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin’s position within the international scholarly network and is therefore aimed specifically at foreign scholars who do not reside in Germany. The programme especially promotes young researchers. The fellowships allow researchers to work on their project and make professional contacts at the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. As a result, they also get to participate in the scholarly and cultural life within the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin and Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz.

Graduate scholars, postgraduates and doctoral candidates as well as post-docs and professors who do not have their residence in Germany are eligible for application. The applicants must hold at least a first university degree (M.A. or equivalent degree) at the time of application.

The application deadlines are as follows June 30th for the first half of the following year, December 31st for the second half of the following year.

-The application has to be submitted directly to the Director General of the SMB, either via email or via postal mail to the following address:

Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Der Generaldirektor ,Stauffenbergstr. 41, 10785 Berlin

forschung@smb.spk-berlin.de

GO TO THE ORIGINAL PAGE: http://www.smb.museum/en/research/scholarship-programmes/international-scholarship-programme.html

 

 

写真ワークショップ Photography in all it’s Glory – Workshop by Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber. Tokyo, April 5-8, 2015

[写真ワークショップ:Workshop Photography in all it’s Glory]
ヨーロッパ・デザイン学院マドリッド校(IED Madrid) http://iedmadrid.com/
EMAHO Magazine http://www.emahomagazine.com は、カティア・ストゥーケ
http://katjastuke.de とオリバー・ジーバー http://os66.de の連続4日間の集中写真ワークショッ
プを4月5日(日)から8日(水)に東京のガーディアン・ガーデンで開催します。

The IED Madrid and EMAHO Magazine, in collaboration with Guardian Garden Gallery, launch an intensive four-day workshop with Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieberwhich will take place from April 5 to 8 in Tokyo, Japan.

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カティアとオリバーは、ヨーロッパ・デザイン学院のヨーロッパマスターコース現代写真クラスで講師を務めています。様々なリサーチやビジュアルに関する考え方だけではなく、異なる形態の出版のあり方や、現代の状況も考察しています。

http://europeanmasterphotography.iednetwork.com/portfolio/katja-stuke-and-oliver-sieber/

ワークショップでは、カティアとオリバーの作品の解説と、ANT!FOTO http://antifoto.deやANT!FOTOマニュフェストhttps://theantifotomanifesto.wordpress.comでの彼らのキュレトリアルなアプローチ方法を紹介した後、写真コンセプトの異なる見方や、写真そのものの違う捉え方、そして恊働やコラボレーションのアイデアを参加者全員とディスカッションします。ヨーロッパと日本の2つの観点から写真シーンを考え、議論します。

参加者は、それぞれカティアとオリバー(と他の参加者)に自分の作品を紹介します。一緒にコンセプトを探り議論したり、作品の見せ方や出版物として具体化する時の方法を考えます。そしてどのように写真作品を表現するのか、その可能性を探ります。最終日の夜は居酒屋で写真談義に花を咲かせましょう。

Böhm / Kobayashi http://boehmkobayashi.de は、カティア・ストゥーケとオリバー・ジーバーの2人から成るユニットで、写真家、アーティスト、キュレーター、展覧会オーガナイザー、デザイナー、アートブック編集者といった様々な顔を持ちます。彼らは自身の写真の宇宙を点々と漂っていますが、一つのアイデンティティがどこで終わり、もう一つがどこから始まっているのかを明らかにすることは常々難しい問題でした。……それにもかかわらず、アーティストそしてアートファシリテーターとしての彼らの作品や活動によって、今や非常に特殊な写真カルチャーのモデレーターとしての地位を確立しています。

フロリアン・エブナー(フォルクヴァンク美術館)

写真ワークショップ: Workshop Photography in all it’s Glory

日程:2015年4月5日(日)11:00-17:00

4月6日(月)19:10-21:30

4月7日(火)19:10-21:30

4月8日(水)19:10-21:30(合計4日間、時間は予定)

※個別の相談や、ポートフォリオレビューは、各参加者の要望に合わせて実施します。

Day 1:

11:00-13:30 カティア・ストゥーケとオリバー・ジーバーの作品を紹介します。コラボレーション、キュレーション、展覧会に関する質問を受け付けます。アート系同人誌ZINEや製本について主に話をします。

13:30–14:30 休憩(昼食)

14:30-17:00 自身の作品やWSへ参加した目的など参加者同士で自己紹介を行います。その後、ワークショップの流れと目標を説明します。

17.00-19.00キュレーターのモリッツ・ノイミュラー(Moritz Neumüller)によるポートフォリオレビューを行います。(希望者のみ)

Day 2:

日中は、参加者は写真撮影や(もしくは既にある作品イメージを選定)、印刷など、各自で作品を準備します。その間、ワークショップ講師に各自相談することも可能です。

19:10-21:30 1回目の検討とグループでの講評:各自のアプローチをプレゼンテーションし、発表された作品イメージについてグループで議論します。カティアとオリバーは、コンセプトや技術的な問題、解決方法を含めて講評します。

Day 3:

日中は、参加者は各自作品の制作を続け、各自でワークショップ講師と適宜会う機会を設けます。

19:10-21:30 2回目のグループセッション:各参加者の作品の編集や順序の配列。実現や具体化(本、ZINE、映像投影、インスタレーション、パフォーマンス、展示など)の可能性を議論します。

Day 4:

日中:作品最終調整。2回目のキュレーターのモリッツ・ノイミュラー(Moritz Neumüller)によるポートフォリオレビューを行います。(希望者のみ)

19:10–21:30 ギャラリーでそれぞれの参加者による作品のプレゼンテーション。最終講評とディスカッション。

21:30 フェアウェルパーティー

場所:ガーディアン・ガーデン http://rcc.recruit.co.jp/gg/map/index.html

参加条件:提出物 ・経歴書 ・関心のある分野についてのレター(写真の技術的な知識必須:撮影後の基本的な編集経験や映像スキルも必要)・プロジェクトポートフォリオ ・学術コーディネートチームが必要だと判断した場合、個人面談あり。

証明書:コース終了後、基準を満たした方には認定証明書を発行します。

出席:認定証明書(ディプロマ)の授与には、クラスの出席は必須です。

参加費:40,000円(€300)定員制 要申込

申込み締切日:2015年3月15日(日)

お申込み・問い合わせ: info@madrid.ied.es

  • ワークショップは全て英語で行われますが、日本語への通訳サポートも行います。

主催:IED Madrid、EMAHO Magazine

協力:ガーディアン・ガーデン

Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber

The IED Madrid and EMAHO Magazine, in collaboration with Guardian Garden Gallery, launch an intensive four-day workshop with Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieberwhich will take place from April 5 to 8 in Tokyo, Japan.

Katja and Olivier will look at very different forms of publications, contemporary positions as well as introduce various ideas of research and visual strategies.

After an introduction of their own work and their curatorial approach to ANT!FOTO and the ANT!FOTO Manifiesto, different aspects of photographic concepts, different thoughts to photography and ideas of cooperating and collaborating will be discussed with all participants. Views on photography from an european and japanese perspective will be examined and discussed.

In particular the participants are asked to introduce their work to Katja and Oliver (and the other workshop participants). Together they will explore and debate the concepts, develop strategies of presentation or publication of each work and will seek for possibilities how to realize these photographic works. The last evening will be filled with discussing photography during a »居酒屋が並んでいる Izakaya get-together«.

Behind ‚Böhm/Kobayashi‘ lurk the duo Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber, who together cover an extensive range of personas: photographers and artists, curators and exhibition organizers, designers and art book editors. Yet as they move through their photographic cosmos, it is not always so easy to determine where one identity ends and the other begins.[…] Regardless, in their works and activities as artists and art facilitators they have long since become moderators of a very specific photographic culture.
Florian Ebner, Folkwang Museum Essen
 

Workshop Photography in all it’s Glory 

Dates: 05 – 08 April, 2015
Place:  Guardian Garden Gallery, Tokyo

Entry requirement: Curriculum vitae, Letter of interest – Technical knowledge in photography is mandatory; basic experience with post-production skills and a familiarity with audio-visual formats is also required. – Project Portfolio – Personal interview as deemed necessary by the Academic Coordination Team.

Certification: at the end of the course, an accredited certificate will be awarded for having completed it satisfactorily..
Attendance: class attendance is mandatory and will be necessary to obtain a diploma.
Places: Limited places.

Cost: 300 Euros / 40.000 Yen
Admission: info@madrid.ied.es


Day 1:
11:00-13:30 Introduction to the work of Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber, including questions about collaborations, curating, and exhibitions. Special focus on fanzines and book-making.
13:30–14:30 Lunch Break
14:30-17:00 Introduction of the students, their work and their motivations to take the workshop. Introduction to the workshop’s dynamic and targets.
17.00-19.00 Portfolio Review with Moritz Neumüller (optional)

Day 2:
During the day, participants have time for taking images, (or selecting existing images), printing images, preparing material on their own, with the possibilities to see the workshop teachers in informal meetings.
19:10-21:30 First analysis and group critique: Individual presentations of approaches and group discussions of the presented images. Critique by Katja and Oliver including questions about concepts, technical problems and solutions.

Day 3:
During the day, participants continue working on their images and meet with the workshop teachers on an individual basis.
19:10-21:30 Second group session: Editing, sequencing of each participants works. Discussing possibilities of realisation and materialisation (book, fanzine, projection, installation, performance, exhibition, …).

Day 4:
During the day: Final retouches on the projects. Second Portfolio Review with Moritz Neumüller (optional) 19:10–21:00 Presentation of each participants works in the Gallery. Final critique and discussion. 21:00 »居酒屋が並んでいる Izakaya get-together« and farewell.


Katja and Olivier, docents of the European Master of Fine Art Photography, will look at very different forms of publications, contemporary positions as well as introduce various ideas of research and visual strategies. After an introduction of their own work and their curatorial approach to ANT!FOTO and the ANT!FOTO Manifiesto, different aspects of photographic concepts, different thoughts to photography and ideas of cooperating and collaborating will be discussed with all participants. Views on photography from an european and japanese perspective will be examined and discussed. In particular the participants are asked to introduce their work to Katja and Oliver (and the other workshop participants). Together they will explore and debate the concepts, develop strategies of presentation or publication of each work and will seek for possibilities how to realize these photographic works. The last evening will be filled with discussing photography during a »居酒屋が並んでいる Izakaya get-together«.

Behind ‚Böhm/Kobayashi‘ lurk the duo Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber, who together cover an extensive range of personas: photographers and artists, curators and exhibition organizers, designers and art book editors. Yet as they move through their photographic cosmos, it is not always so easy to determine where one identity ends and the other begins.[…] Regardless, in their works and activities as artists and art facilitators they have long since become moderators of a very specific photographic culture.
Florian Ebner, Folkwang Museum Essen

Workshop Photography in all it’s Glory 

Dates: 05 -08 April, 2015 Place:  Guardian Garden Gallery, Tokyo Entry requirement: curriculum vitae, Letter of interest – Technical knowledge in photography is mandatory; basic experience with post-production skills and a familiarity with audio-visual formats is also required. – Project Portfolio – Personal interview as deemed necessary by the Academic Coordination Team. Certification: at the end of the course, an accredited certificate will be awarded for having completed it satisfactorily.. Attendance: class attendance is mandatory and will be necessary to obtain a diploma. Places: Limited places. Cost: 300 Euros / 40.000 Yen Admission: info@madrid.ied.es


  • BOOKS by Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber, 2012
  • OUR HOUSE, 2011. from top: Oliver Sieber, Imaginary Club; Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber, O.i.F. Movie Locations, Megastore and Ephemera; Katja Stuke, Suits.
  • LEFT: from Katja Stuke’s »国庆节 Nationalfeiertag«; RIGHT: from Oliver Sieber’s »Imaginary Club«
  • ANT!FOTO Manifesto. 2012, by Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber

Applications call. 3 PhD Scholarships, University of St Andrews. Deadline April 1, 2013.

3 PhD Scholarships, University of St Andrews

Application deadline: Apr 1, 2013

3 PhD Scholarships (3 years full-time)
University of St Andrews
School of Art History

The School of Art History at the University of St Andrews is offering 3 fully-funded PhD Scholarships of £15,000 in the areas of Museum & Gallery Studies, Art History and History of Photography to begin in September 2013. The Scholarships will cover the cost of fees (at the UK/EU home rate) and provide a tax-free bursary to successful candidates.

The School is one of the most highly rated departments in Britain for research and teaching, and with 17 faculty members, it is also one of the largest. Staff research interests include Late Medieval art in Britain and Northern Europe, Italian art and architecture of the Renaissance and Baroque periods, French art of the 19th and 20th centuries, art, architecture & design in Britain from the 18th to the 20th century, modern art in Eastern Europe, Sculpture from the 13th to 21st centuries, and the History of Photography.

The highly regarded Museum & Gallery Studies programme at St Andrews attracts students from across the world. The four members of staff offer full and part-time postgraduate tuition in museology and aspects of current museum practice. They also run courses in Abu Dhabi for Zayed University. Staff interests include collections management, museum governance and management, ethics, visitor studies, learning and access, interpretation, and the history of collecting.

The School is keen to build on its research strengths and to develop an already vigorous postgraduate community by offering studentships to outstanding candidates whose research interests in Art History, History of Photography or Museum & Gallery Studies broadly coincide with those of members of the academic staff. Applicants should have an excellent first degree or Masters in a relevant subject area. Further information on the School of Art History may be found at http://www-ah.st-andrews.ac.uk/

Informal enquiries should be addressed to Professor Brendan Cassidy (Head of School) at bfc1@st-andrews.ac.uk or Dr Natalie Adamson (Director of Postgraduate Studies) at na14@st-andrews.ac.uk.

The closing date for applications will be 1 April 2013.
Interviews will be held between 29 April-3 May 2013.

Applications should include:
– Application Form: (http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/admissions/pg/apply/forms/)
– CV/Resume
– Personal Statement or Letter of Intent
– 1000-word Research Proposal plus bibliography
– Sample of your Academic Writing (e.g. an undergraduate or Masters degree essay)
– University Transcripts
– Two Academic References
– English Language Qualification – IELTS/TOEFL Certificate where applicable (see pp.7-8 at: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/medi/Art%20History%20Leaflet%20-%202013%20Entry.pdf)

Two-year postdoctoral position in Spatial Art History, Paris. Deadline: Jan 7, 2013

ARTL@S Postdoctoral Fellowship

“Spatial art history”
École normale supérieure, Paris,
Application deadline: Jan 7, 2013

September 1, 2013 to August 31, 2015
Yearly appointment: Euro 30.000

2 years, 38 hrs a week

Announcement
The École normale supérieure (Paris), the LabEx TransferS, and ARTL@S
(a digital humanities project sponsored by the Agence Nationale pour la
Recherche) are pleased to announce a two-year postdoctoral position in
the field of Spatial Art History. The postdoctoral fellow will
participate in the activities of ARTL@S (www.artlas.ens.fr) while
developing an independent research project pertaining to related
questions in this field. Through his or her involvement within the
international and transdisciplinary ARTL@S team, the fellow will
acquire valuable experience, gain expertise, and develop his or her
academic network, thereby increasing potential career prospects within
the international academic community.

Qualifications
The successful candidate will have a PhD in art history or in a related
field (i.e. History, Geography, Sociology, etc…), received no earlier
than 2008, and will specialize in issues related to geography of art,
global art history, or cultural heritage in a transnational
perspective. He or she may work on any region or period between the
18th and the 21st centuries; however, preference will be given to
non-Western European and non-North-American projects, and/or world-art
historical or global art-historical projects. Candidates are invited to
propose research projects that can benefit from the tools ARTL@S has
developed (quantitative and serial analysis, databases, geographical
information systems (GIS), digital cartography). The right candidate
will also demonstrate a keen interest in digital humanities, especially
in databases and cartography.
While previous experience in these fields, along with web development
and GIS, is not a prerequisite, basic knowledge and a willingness to
acquire expertise in those areas is essential. The postdoctoral fellow
will indeed have to work with the ARTL@S’ database, GIS interface and
website.
Likewise, fluency in French is not required, but some basic knowledge
and a commitment to learn French and become fluent while living in
Paris is. Intensive courses can be taken by the successful candidate at
École normale supérieure for free.

Background
ARTL@S is a group of young scholars exploring questions about the
challenges of Global Art History with spatial and transnational
approach, and digital methods. We are part of Labex TransferS
(www.transfers.ens.fr ), a multi-departmental research group whose
members are fully engaged in original scholarship on cultural
circulations. ARTL@S and Labex Transfers are linked to the École
Normale Supérieure (www.ens.fr), a “grande école” with a long and
distinguished tradition of excellence in research and teaching.
ARTL@S’ goal is to produce a spatial history of literature and the
arts. Our research is based on a transnational geographic method and a
digital approach. We aim to enlarge the traditional understanding of
the history of art and of literature by adopting rigorous
transnational, serial, quantitative and cartographic procedures. This
international, interdisciplinary, and collective perspective tends to
contribute to a “Global Art History”, in a way that transcends the
traditional form of collected monographs on individual areas. ARTL@S
also endeavors to share, to compare and to enhance databases as well as
to process collective data with effective digital tools.

ARTL@S’ activities and publications are structured around five axes:
• A history of the geographies of art and literature in modern
metropolitan areas (particularly in Paris from the 19th through the
21st centuries), analyzing the location of various artistic activities,
their spatial evolutions, and their relationship to other specific
cartographies (social, economic, etc.)
• A history of artistic circulations since the beginning of the modern
era
• A history of translation (especially of literature and writings on
art) since the beginning of the modern era
• A transnational history of cultural heritage (18th-20th centuries)
• A history of the uses of cartography in art

For more information, consult our detailed website at: http://www.artlas.ens.fr
Responsibilities
• Participate in the Academic committee the bi-monthly ARTL@S workshop
• Organize the activities for one of the project axes in close
cooperation with its coordinator
• Assist with the publication of the results on ARTL@S’ website
• Organize and supervise the publication of an issue of the semi-annual
ARTL@S Bulletin on a topic of his or her choice
• Collaborate on the organization of June 2015 conclusive conference,
both from a academic and a logistic point of view

Application Procedures
Completed applications are due on January 7th, 2013, for a preliminary
overview at the Selection Committee’s meeting.

Applicants are asked to submit:
• A cover letter, in English, in which the candidates express their
interest in ARTL@S and their expertise in the practice of a spatial
history of arts, Global art history, the history of international
artistic relationships and cultural exchanges, or in quantitative and
cartographic art history.
• An abstract of their doctoral dissertation (maximum two pages
double-spaced)
• A project proposal in which they describe their research project
(maximum five pages double-spaced)
• A CV with a list of publications
• A writing sample
• The completed application form (see below)
• Two letters of recommendation.

Please send the material to:
“Artlas Postdoctoral Fellowship”
Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel, Associate Professor
Département d’Histoire et Théorie des Arts,
École Normale Supérieure,
45 rue d’Ulm, 75230, Paris cedex 05, France

Applicants must also send an electronic version of the application and
the related materials to: beatrice.joyeux-prunel@ens.fr and
michela.passini@ens.fr with “Artlas Postdoctoral Fellowship” in the
subject line.

Links:
• Download Postdoc Application Form here:
http://www.artlas.ens.fr/l-actualite-d-artl-s/article/call-for-applications-artl-s-160?lang=en
• Further information and background http://www.artlas.ens.fr;
http://www.transfers.ens.fr

The Committee will interview a few selected applicants, either in New
York during the second week of February (for candidates living in the
United States), or in Paris during the first week of March (for
candidates living in Europe), or via videoconference. Applicants
selected for these interviews will be notified before January 20, 2013.

Notification of final selection will occur in mid-March, 2013.

For further details, please email beatrice.joyeux-prunel@ens.fr
(Subject: Questions about Artlas postdoctoral fellowship).

Two Calls for Papers on photography. Deadlines: Nov. 12 and Dec 10, 2012

First Call for Papers: 39th Annual AAH Conference, University of Reading

Deadline: Nov 12, 2012

CALL FOR PAPERS:
Photography and the Histories of Sculpture:
What role has photography played in forming sculpture’s place in art history?
39th Annual AAH conference and bookfair
University of Reading, 11 – 13 April 2013
Conveners: Henry Moore Institute (Lisa Le Feuvre and Jon Wood)

This session asks: what role has photography played in forming
sculpture’s place in art history? Working across disciplines and
histories of sculpture, exhibition making, museum studies and
photography, this session discusses the formation of art historical
narratives, seeking to unpack past narratives and ask questions of how
future narratives might be constructed. Addressing the role photographs
and their producers have played in articulating sculptures’ meanings
and histories, this session invites papers that take stock of the
impact of photography on the histories of sculpture and its shaping of
understandings of ‘sculpture’ by: communicating exhibitions,
collections and works; distributing, interpreting and fictionalising
sculpture; developing art historical analyses and positions; enabling
research of sculpture.

This session is also interested in analysing the photography of
sculpture as a subject of exhibitions and publications, as seen, for
example, in the exhibitions Close Encounters: The Sculptor’s Studio in
the Age of the Camera (Henry Moore Institute, 2000) and The Original
Copy (MOMA, 2010). Likewise, the artistic treatments of sculpture
through photography are pertinent to the relationship between sculpture
and photography; these changing relations have ramifications for our
developing art historical grasp of sculpture, as it becomes analysed as
much through its representation as through its direct encounter. This
session strives to be trans-historical, inviting papers from academics,
artists, curators and writers addressing early photography as much as
recent experiments.

We invite proposals for 25 minute conference papers. Please submit a
250 word abstract and short CV to Kirstie Gregory (Research Programme
Assistant) kirstie@henry-moore.org

Deadline for submissions is Monday 12 November 2012.  For more details
visit our Research pages on http://www.henry-moore.org/hmi

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Second Call for Papers: The Reflexive Photographer

Deadline: Dec 10, 2012

CALL FOR PAPERS
THE REFLEXIVE PHOTOGRAPHER

Edited by Rosie Miller, Jonathan Carson and Theresa Wilkie
(School of Art & Design, University of Salford, UK)

We invite international submissions to be included in this forthcoming
book, to be published by MuseumsEtc (www.museumsetc.com) in 2013.

Submissions
Proposals are welcomed from writers, academics, photographers,
curators, artists and other visual practitioners.

This book will bring together the varied ways in which reflexivity
manifests itself within photography and the photograph.  In this
instance we are taking a broad approach to the term (as evidenced in
the suggestions below), where ‘reflexivity’ is used to describe:

–    The  methods and dialogues that practitioners use to interrogate
their own work; and,
–    The manner in which these devices enable the photographer to
engage in an exchange with the work of others and with the world around
them.

We are seeking chapters that deal with a wide range of issues in
relation to the principle of the reflexive photographer. This could
encompass – but is not limited to – conceptual, cultural, historical
and visual concerns relating to:

•    The historical perspectives of reflexivity
•    The photographer making visual work that is reflexive
•    The photographer writing about and reflecting on their own work
•    The use or affect that the materials of photography (the lens, the
camera, etc.) have on reflexivity
•    The photographer using notebooks and sketchbooks (or equivalent)
as a reflexive tool
•    The use or affect that different types of editing have on
reflexivity
•    The photographer writing about the work of others as a reflexive
tool
•    The analysis of seminal texts from key photographers
•    The interview as a means to reveal reflexivity
•    The examination of reflexivity where more than one practitioner is
at work
•    The use of the photograph as a form of life writing
•    The use of reflexivity in the context of photography in the
digital sphere

Additionally, we are interested in examining different formats for
reflexivity:

•    The book
•    Correspondence
•    The manifesto
•    The blog
•    The diary
•    The travelogue
•    The exhibition
•    Exhibition commentary, interpretation and/or the exhibition
catalogue
•    The photo collective or group

This list is not exhaustive and we welcome proposals on other themes.

Submitting a proposal
If you are interested in being considered as a contributor, please
submit a proposal (using Microsoft Word) of between 300-500 words with
a short biography and CV (which, combined, must not exceed two sides of
paper).

The deadline for submissions is 10 December 2012. Please email your
proposal to books@museumsetc.com. If you have any queries please email
Rosie Miller at r.miller@salford.ac.uk.

Should your proposal be accepted the length of a chapter will be
2000-6000 words or, if you are proposing a visual work, you will have
between 6-8 pages. Please prepare your proposal with these parameters
in mind. The work should not have been published elsewhere.

The book will be published in print and digital editions by MuseumsEtc
in 2013. Contributors will receive a complimentary copy of the
publication and a discount on more.

The Editors
Rosie Miller is a Lecturer and Critical & Contextual Studies Area
Leader in the School of Art & Design, University of Salford, UK.
Jonathan Carson is Associate Head (Academic) and Senior Lecturer in
Critical & Contextual Studies in the School of Art & Design, University
of Salford, UK. Theresa Wilkie is Director of Design & Culture and
Senior Lecturer in Critical & Contextual Studies in the School of Art &
Design, University of Salford, UK. All three previously edited
Photography and the Artist’s Book (MuseumsEtc, 2012).

Deadline
ABSTRACTS DUE: 10 DECEMBER 2012

Postdoctoral Art History Research Fellowship (New York). Deadline: Nov. 1, 2012

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship (New York)

Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
Application deadline: Nov 1, 2012

The Institute of Fine Arts, NYU announces a postdoctoral fellowship
supported by the A. W. Mellon Foundation for academic years 2013–2015.
The fellowship is held in conjunction with the IFA / Mellon Foundation
review of research and teaching in the fields of art history,
archaeology, and conservation. This fellowship will provide the
opportunity to pursue a research project while gaining teaching
experience at a graduate level and participating in a major research
initiative. The Fellow is expected to carry out research on a project
leading to a major publication, participate in meetings of relevant
working groups, and teach one graduate level course each year. In
addition to these responsibilities, in the second year the Fellow is to
organize a seminar, conference, or workshop stemming from their
research topic.

Applications must be received by November 1, 2012.

For information on qualifications, compensation, and application visit:
http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/fineart/application.htm

Residency for artistic research in Paris. Deadline: Feb 15, 2012

This is a call for European researchers in the artistic field who need/want to go to Paris to investigate at the National Art History Institute there. ———-Information en Français———

Sejour de recherche a Paris (Paris, 2012)

Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art, Paris, January 20 – December 31, 2012
Application deadline: Feb 15, 2012

Pour effectuer un séjour de recherche à Paris durant l’année 2012,
l’Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA) met à la disposition de
chercheurs résidant hors Ile-de-France, deux défraiements de 500 euros
(remboursement sur justificatifs).

Peuvent candidater : les doctorants inscrits dans une université
européenne ; les chercheurs engagés dans la vie professionnelle
(maîtres de conférences, conservateurs du patrimoine, conservateurs
territoriaux du patrimoine et attachés de conservation), sans condition
de nationalité.

Le dossier de demande comprendra :
un curriculum vitae
une lettre de motivation adressée au Directeur Général de l’INHA,
à l’attention du directeur du département des Etudes et de la
recherche. Ce courrier détaillera le projet scientifique, ainsi que les
motifs de la recherche en région parisienne, la durée et la période
envisagée.

Les demandes seront envoyées par courrier électronique à :
der-dir@inha.fr avant 15 février 2012 en spécifiant comme sujet :
Séjour de recherche à Paris.

Pour tout renseignement complémentaire, vous pouvez contacter le
secrétariat du Département des études et de la recherche par courrier
électronique : der-dir@inha.fr ou par téléphone au 01 47 03 85 81.