Bodies in the archive: the role of Art History
What can Art History contribute to research about the body? What are the challenges and benefits of interdisciplinary collaboration in this field for art historians? How do we approach the archive, and what archives do we use? How does our work intersect with activist histories and concerns?
Participants: Jackson Davidow (MIT), Victoria Horne (Northumbria), Neil Macdonald (St Andrews), Eleanor Roberts (Roehampton), Camilla Røstvik (St Andrews), Catherine Spencer (St Andrews) and Lucy Weir (Edinburgh)
Free but spaces are limited – please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your place.
This workshop is funded by the Leverhulme Trust and supported by the Centre for Contemporary Art at the University of St Andrews and the School of Art History.
Location: Boswell Room, School of Art History