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American Art History and Digital Scholarship: New Avenues of Exploration

The Symposium and Workshop

The purpose of this symposium was to convene scholars, curators, archivists, librarians, graduate students, technical experts, and the public to consider American art history in a digital world. The symposium examined ways to integrate digital tools and/or resources into the study of American art and to encourage collaboration. Funding was generously provided by the Terra Foundation for American Art.

Symposium and Workshop, November 15–6, 2013
Washington, D.C.

2013 Webcast

AAHDS Symposium: Welcome, & "Re-visioning the Archive"

AAHDS Symposium: "Art History Online"

AAHDS Symposium: "The Warhol Timeweb"

AAHDS Symposium: "Writing Searching for Siqueiros"

AAHDS Symposium: "Two Digital Projects in American Landscape Design History"

AAHDS Symposium: "Student Curators Online"

AAHDS Symposium: "Recontextualizing the Peacock Room"

AAHDS Symposium: "Visualizing Schneemann"

AAHDS Symposium: "Computational Analysis of Andy Warhol's Flowers"

AAHDS Symposium: "Documenting the Postwar Audience for American Avant-Garde Art"

AAHDS Symposium: "When and Where Did They Paint?"

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