2014 HNA/AANS International Interdisciplinary Conference Boston

05 June 2014 08:30 AM till 07 June 2014 08:30 PM

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MFA Reception
Reception at the Museum of Fine Arts Thursday, 5 June, 6-8 pm
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Banquet at Boston University Friday, 6 June, 6:30-8:30 pm
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Event Description

 

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 2014

 

8:30-9:15       Registration/Coffee                                                           

9:15-9:45       Welcome

10:00-12:00  Three Paper Sessions and One AANS Workshop

Re-installing, Re-hanging…What’s Next?

Art Beyond Painting in the Northern Renaissance

Rembrandt: Meaning and Interpretation

AANS Instructors of Dutch Workshop, part 1

12:00-2:00    Lunch

2:00-4:00       Five HNA Workshops, Three Museum Site Visits and One AANS Workshop

Beyond Antwerp: Reconsidering the Artistic Landscape of the Southern Netherlands, 1500-1700

“In the absence of the object”: The Study of Lost Works of Art

Same-Sex Desire and Northern Art

Artists in the Age of the Internet: janbrueghel.net, essentialVermeer.com, and the Artist Website

Genre Drawings

Site Visit: Prints and Drawings at the MFA, Boston

Site Visit: Paintings and Conservation, MFA, Boston

Site Visit: Paintings and Conservation, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

AANS Instructors of Dutch Workshop, part 2

6:00-8:00       Reception at MFA (ticket required)

            MFA open until 9:45; Gardner open until 9:00

 

FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 2014

 

9:30-11:30    Four Paper Sessions

The Netherlands and the World, 1500-1750, part 1

                        Dutch Classicism Revisited

                        Fifteenth-Century Netherlandish Art, Open Session

                        (AANS) History of the Low Countries I, 1575-1700

11:30-1:00    Lunch/Book Fair

1:00-3:00       Five Paper Sessions

The Netherlands and the World, 1500-1750, part 2

Technical Art History, part 1

Personification: Embodying Meaning and Emotion in the Low Countries, 1400-1700, part 1

Portraits and Politics in the Early Modern Northern Europe, part 1

                        (AANS) History of the Low Countries II, 1700-1900

3:00-4:00       Coffee/ JHNA Information Session/Book Fair

4:00-6:00       Five Paper Sessions

                        Technical Art History, part 2

Personification: Embodying Meaning and Emotion in the Low Countries, 1400-1700, part 2

Portraits and Politics in the Early Modern Northern Europe, part 2

Inside, Outside: Environments of Netherlandish Visual Culture

(AANS) Society and Literature

6:30-8:30       Dinner at Boston University (ticket required)

  

SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 2014

 

9:00-11:30    One AANS Workshop

                        Early Modern Dutch Handwriting and Archival Research Workshop

9:30-11:30    Nine HNA Workshops

Economy and Salvation

Imagining/Imaging the Feast: Renaissance and Baroque Festival Culture in the Southern Netherlands

Reconsidering “Netherlandish Romanism”

Objects in Genre works: bijwerck dat verclaert?

Social Networks and the Arts

The Monograph with Catalogue Raisonné: A Dying Breed?

Are Small Collections Doomed?

The Early Modern Chamber of Art and Wonders as a Locus for the Construction of Knowledge…Now

An Interactive Exploration of New Visualization Techniques from the Bosch Research and Conservation Project

11:30-1:00    Lunch/Book Fair

1:00-3:00       Five Paper Sessions

The Production of and Market for Cheap Paintings in 17th-Century Holland

                        Image Theology and Art Theory in the Low Countries

                        Rubens and His Legacy

Sixteenth-Century Netherlandish Art, Open Session

(AANS) The Dutch in the Americas

3:00-4:00       Coffee/Book Fair

4:00-6:00       Closing Plenary and Reception

                        Maarten Prak, Utrecht University

Creativity in the Golden Age


 

 

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2014 HNA/AANS Boston
Boston University
Boston
MA
United States
02215

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Historians of Netherlandish Art

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