35.1 / INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON METHODOLOGY IN RESEARCH OF PROTONATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN VISUAL ARTS


Visualizing Nationhood: the Schiavoni/Illyrian Confraternities and Colleges in Italy and the Artistic Exchange with South East Europe (15th - 18th c.)

14 – 17 May 2018   print this page

Course directors:

Jasenka Gudelj, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Sabine Frommel, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris, France
Giuseppe Capriotti, University of Macerata, Italy


Course description:

The workshop aims at bringing together specialists and doctoral students from various academic backgrounds, focusing on art historical methodology in researching visual phenomena related to the expression of proto-national identites of the immigrant communities in the Early Modern period. The specific thematic focus of Dubrovnik workshop is the formation of proto-national networks of so called Schiavoni/Illyrians between Italy and Eastern Adriatic coast and their impact on trasmigration of artistis and architectural and artistic objects and designs, taken as a paradigmatic case study for number of important research problems of art history as a global discipline.


Course lecturers:

Jasenka Gudelj, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Danko Šourek, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Tanja Trška, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Anita Ruso, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Sabine Frommel, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris, France
Bernard Aikema, University of Verona, Italy
Susanne Kubersky-Piredda, Max Planck Institute for Art History – Bibliotheca Hertziana in Rome, Italy
Giuseppe Capriotti, University of Macerata, Italy
Daniel Premerl, Institute of Art History, Zagreb, Croatia
Giuseppe Bonaccorso, University of Camerino, Italy