Call for Papers for Symposium on American Art History and Digital Scholarship

Released: 6/27/13

American Art History and Digital Scholarship: New Avenues of Exploration
November 15-16, 2013, Washington, D.C.

The Archives of American Art announces an upcoming symposium, American Art History and Digital Scholarship: New Avenues of Exploration, to be held at the Donald W. Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture, in Washington, D.C., on Friday, November 15, followed by a one-day workshop at the Archives of American Art on Saturday, November 16. We seek proposals for Friday’s presentations and applications for participation in Saturday’s moderated workshop.

For details, see American Art History and Digital Scholarship: New Avenues of Exploration

Deadline for paper submissions: August 15, 2013

How might we integrate digital tools and/or resources into the study of American? Join the conversations between scholars, archivists, librarians, graduate students, technical experts, and the public as we consider American art history in a digital world.

This symposium is funded by the Terra Foundation for American Art.

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