The International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA) seeks proposals for sessions to be held under the organization’s sponsorship at the annual meeting of the College Art Association in New York City in 2017. Session organizers and speakers must be ICMA members.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Kress Foundation, funds may be available to defray travel costs of speakers in ICMA sponsored sessions up to a maximum of $600 for domestic travel and of $1200 for international travel.
In addition to support for students attending the annual Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies and for those organising conferences, from 2015 the Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies will make available £500 to support a Byzantine panel at Leeds International Medieval Congress.
Applicants must be members of the Society.
ICMA Sessions at International Medieval Congress, Kalamazoo, MI, May 12–15, 2016
The International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA) seeks proposals for sessions to be held under the organization’s sponsorship in 2016 at the International Medieval Congress at Kalamazoo. Session organizers and speakers must be ICMA members. Proposals must include a session abstract, a list of speakers, and a CV of the organizer(s), all in one single Doc or PDF with the organizer’s name in the title.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Kress Foundation, funds may be available to defray travel costs of sponsored session speakers up to a maximum of $600 for domestic travel and of $1200 for international travel.
Proposals are invited for a session at the 41st annual Byzantine Studies Conference to be sponsored by the International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA) at the upcoming conference in New York this fall, 22–25 October 2015, taking place across multiple institutions. Thanks to the generosity of the Kress Foundation, the ICMA might be able to provide travel and hotel funds for the speakers at such a session up to a maximum of $600 for US residents, and up to $1200 for speakers coming from abroad. Every speaker must be an ICMA member at the time of application.
To be properly considered, the proposed session should relate to both art history and Byzantine studies. The BSC warmly welcomes the participation of western and Islamic art historians.
Italy and the Mediterranean, proposed panel for the American Association for Italian Studies Annual Meeting, University of Colorado, Boulder, March 26–28, 2015
The CU Mediterranean Studies Group and the Mediterranean Seminar are seeking papers for a panel or panels, “Italy and the Mediterranean” to be proposed for the meeting of the American Association for Italian Studies to be held at the University of Colorado Boulder from 26–28 March, 2015.
Papers in Literature, Italian Studies, History, Art History and any relevant disciplines are welcome; particularly welcome are papers that are framed as “Mediterranean” or comparatively, that address the relation of Italian history and culture to other Mediterranean traditions, or that address methodological and or historiographical questions. Papers may range in chronological sweep from Antiquity to the Modern.
American Association for Italian Studies Annual Meeting
2015 ASOR Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, November 18–21, 2015
ASOR members may propose Member-Organized Sessions around a specific theme, or Workshop Sessions that minimize formal presentation in favor of open discussion. Sessions and workshops may be approved for up to 3 years and can accommodate presenters invited by the session chair as well as papers submitted by ASOR members (with the approval of the session chair).
Society of Architectural Historians 69th Annual International Conference, Pasadena/Los Angeles, April 6–10, 2015
At its 2016 Annual International Conference in Pasadena/Los Angeles, SAH will offer a total of 36 paper sessions. The Society invites its members, including graduate students and independent scholars, representatives of SAH chapters and partner organizations, as well as future members to chair a session at the conference.
Since the principal purpose of the Annual International Conference is to inform the conference attendees of the general state of research in architectural history and related disciplines, session proposals covering every period in the history of architecture and all aspects of the built environment, including landscape and urban history, are encouraged.
Sessions may be theoretical, methodological, thematic, interdisciplinary, pedagogical, revisionist or documentary in premise and have broadly conceived or more narrowly focused subjects. Sessions that embrace cross-cultural, trans-national and/or non-Western topics are particularly welcome. In every case, the subject should be clearly defined in critical and historiographical terms, and should be substantiated by a distinct body of either established or emerging scholarship.
Proposals will be selected on the basis of merit and the need to organize a well-balanced program. Topics exploring the architecture of Pasadena/Los Angeles and Southern California are encouraged. As Los Angeles serves as a global/local transportation hub, SAH also encourages international scholars to submit session proposals.
Since late submissions cannot be considered, it is recommended that proposals be submitted and their receipt confirmed well before the deadline. The Conference Co-Chair cannot be responsible for last-minute submissions that fail posting in the online portal.
CAA 104th Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., February 3–6, 2016
The Annual Conference Committee invites session proposals that cover the breadth of current thought and research in art, art and architectural history, theory and criticism, pedagogical issues, museum and curatorial practice, conservation, and developments in technology.
In order to submit a proposal, you must be a current CAA member.
ICMA Sponsored Session, College Art Association, Washington DC, February 3–6, 2016
The International Center of Medieval Art (ICMA) seeks proposals for sessions to be held under the organization’s sponsorship in 2016 at the annual College Art Association. Thanks to a generous grant from the Kress Foundation, funds may be available to defray travel costs of sponsored session speakers.
BSANA-Sponsored Sessions, 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, May 14–17, 2015
This spring, the Byzantine Studies Association of North America (BSANA) sponsored two very successful sessions at the Congress of Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo. As part of an ongoing effort to increase the visibility of Byzantine studies and to encourage interaction with scholars in related fields, BSANA is eager once again to sponsor one or more sessions at the 50th Congress on Medieval Studies that will take place at Kalamazoo, MI, May 14-17, 2015. To this end, the Governing Board of BSANA invites members of the organization to submit proposals for BSANA-sponsored sessions on any theme relating to Byzantine studies to be given at Kalamazoo in 2015.
In order to achieve BSANA-sponsorship, proposals for sessions should be submitted by email to Glenn Peers, BSANA President no later than Wednesday, May 28, 2014. The proposal should include the panel organizer’s call for papers (approximately one page in length) and it may cite suggested speakers. The proposals will be reviewed by members of the Governing Board, and the organizer(s) of the panel(s) selected for sponsorship will be notified by BSANA by the end of next week. Final proposals for BSANA-sponsored sessions(s) must be submitted to the Kalamazoo organizers by June 1, 2014 for the 2015 conference.
Only proposals from BSANA members in good standing—those who have paid their 2014 dues—can be considered. To pay 2014 dues, please download the dues form from the BSANA website and submit it with your check in US dollars to the BSANA Treasurer listed at the bottom of the form.
Source: BSANA listserv