Amelia Jones (Robert A. Day Professor in Art and Design and Vice-Dean of Critical Studies at the Roski School of Art and Design)
Mark Hallett (Director of studies at the Paul Mellon Center for Studies in British Art)
Call for Papers
AAH2017 will celebrate the expansive spectrum of histories, theories and practices that characterize art historical research today. Internationally, the field of art history is eclectic and inclusive, reaching across geopolitical, cultural and disciplinary divides to extend our understanding of the visual and material culture of many diverse periods and places. At Loughborough, we are engaged with art history, contemporary practice and visual culture, linking arts-based research with advances in design, technology, media and communication, centred on the development of more sustainable and equitable global communities.
Academic Sessions - Call for Papers AAH2017 academic sessions will reflect the breadth of the field from historical analysis and contemporary criticism to practice-led research including curating, conservation and heritage management. Please submit paper proposals directly to the session convenors before 7 November 2016.
Conference Fees and Bookings
These will remain the same as for AAH2016. There is not a specific speaker or convenor rate, but both must pay to attend as is standard for academic conferences.
£365 Full Conference
£265 Day Delegate
£275 Full Conference Member
£215 Day Delegate Member
£165 Full Conference Member Concession
Book early and save (before 1 March 2017):
£300 Full Conference
£200 Day Delegate
£210 Full Conference Member
£150 Day Delegate Member
£100 Full Conference Member Concession
Lunch tickets will be charged at cost per day, per person (approx £10)
Online booking will be available from September.