TOC: Art History Supplement, vol. 2, no. 6, November 2012

Art History Supplement, vol. 2, no. 6, November 2012

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Table of Contents

1. Ideology and the Urban Experience in Alex Proyas’ Dark City, by Maria Daskalaki, MA in Cultural Studies University of Leeds, p.5.

2. Arte e Architettura o Arte per l’architettura? Il dibattito critico statunitense dalla seconda metà del Novecento, by Luca Palermo, Ph.D. Contemporary Art Second University of Naples, p. 28.

3. The social mission of art, by Max Simon Nordau, p. 39.

4. Call for papers, p. 53.




CFP: “Histories of art history”

CFP: “Histories of art history”
Art History Supplement, Issue 3.1, January 2013
Submission deadline December 15, 2012

Art History Supplement (AHS) (Online edition: ISSN 2046-9225) publishes bimonthly material, dealing with all time periods, methodologies, techniques and debates within the board field of Art History. Further, the general themes intended to be covered in each volume could be history of art history, history of conservation, history of museology, history of painting, history of sculpture and history of architecture. Contributions from any other science (social or not) corresponding to material culture are also welcome.

The themes to be discussed under Histories of art history may include, but are not limited to:
_Teaching western art history to non-western students,
_Teaching non-western art history to western students,
_ Western art historians, and collectors, with non-western interests before the museum and academic discovery of non-western arts and art history,
_Non-western published art history books – canons VS western published survey art history books acting as canons,
_Art, art history and art historians in war times,
_Patrimony in danger and its “protectors”, or
_Histories of museums and monuments under resistance / captivity / commandeering
_Art in times of peace.