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02 May 2013: Graduate conference programme announced

Image from Greenwich Emotion Map project, Christian Nold, 2005-2006.

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Art and Maps since 1945

The Second Annual Art History Graduate Conference
School of Philosophy and Art History
University of Essex
17 May 2013

The programme for this year's Art History Graduate Conference, Art and Maps since 1945 is now available.

The conference takes place at the University of Essex on the 17 May and brings together postgraduates and researchers from art history and related disciplines to examine the increasing use of maps within art practice during the postwar period.

The keynote speaker is Jonathan Harris, Professor in Global Art and Design Studies and Director of Research for the Winchester Centre for Global Futures in Art and Design Media at the University of Southampton.

The conference is being organised by Natasha Adamou, Stefanie Kogler, Nadezhda Nesheva, Christopher Collier and David Hodge, all postgraduate students in the School of Philosophy and Art History.

Registration for the conference is free. Full details are available on the Art and Maps since 1945 conference website.

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