1. Crossing Boundaries: Making World Art History

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    Monday, April 18, 2016 Crossing Boundaries: Making World Art History About the Series: “Crossing Boundaries: Making World Art History” is the first of a series of workshops aimed at providing…

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    • At Water's Edge, 4 July 2015: Rhythm As Rebellion

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      It is Independence Day in the United States. There is so much going on in this country and around the world, that the mind boggles. Independence means many things to many people, and this past week…

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      • Publishing Art History Digitally: The Present and Future

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        October 14, 2016 This event brings together art historians and publishing experts to share their views on the future of publishing digital art history. Combining a lecture and two roundtables,…

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        • Mellon Research Initiative: From Surface to Substrate Part 2 of 4

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          Morning Session: Chair: Clemente Marconi, James R. McCredie Professor in the History of Greek Art and Archaeology; University Professor, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU Marcos Martinón-Torres,…

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          • A Conference on Archaeomusicology: Part 3 of 4

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            A Conference on Archaeomusicology Representations of Musicians in the Coroplastic Art of the Ancient World: Iconography, Ritual Contexts and Functions March 7, 2015 Institute of Fine Arts, NYU More…

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            • A Conference on Archaeomusicology: Part 1 of 4

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              A Conference on Archaeomusicology Representations of Musicians in the Coroplastic Art of the Ancient World: Iconography, Ritual Contexts and Functions March 7, 2015 Institute of Fine Arts, NYU More…

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              • A Conference on Archaeomusicology: Part 4 of 4

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                A Conference on Archaeomusicology Representations of Musicians in the Coroplastic Art of the Ancient World: Iconography, Ritual Contexts and Functions March 7, 2015 Institute of Fine Arts, NYU More…

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                • Surfaces (15th-19th Centuries) Part 6 of 6

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                  Session III: Surface as Contact Zone: Texture and Touch Etienne Jollet, Professor, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne: The Touch of Things: Surface Contacts in Chardin's Still-lives Christina…

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                  • Surfaces (15th-19th Centuries) Part 1 of 6

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                    Mellon Research Initiative: Surfaces (15th-19th Centuries) Introduction, Noémie Etienne, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Fine Arts-NYU Session I: An…

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