CFP: Pleasures of imagination – art, architecture and esthetics in 18th century Europe - Helsinki, 20–21 March 2020

September 3, 2019

Call for Papers: Pleasures of imagination – art, architecture and esthetics in 18th century Europe

Helsinki, 20–21 March 2020

     

The Finnish Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies is organizing a conference which focuses on the different aspects of 18th century aesthetic culture. The conference will take place on Friday and Saturday 20–21 March at the House of Science and Letters in Helsinki. The perspective of the conference is trans-cultural and its aim is to articulate the multiplicity of the aesthetic phenomena of the period. One goal of the conference is to bring together 18th century scholars from different fields of study.

 

Consequently we call doctoral students as well as post doc and senior researchers to send us a paper proposal consisting of a title and 200 words by 30 September 2019 to email addresses markku.kekalainen@helsinki.fi and lotta.nylund@helsinki.fi. The abstract should include contact information. The paper can be in Finnish, English, or Swedish. The conference is free of charge.

 

Keynote speakers:

Dr Hannah Williams, Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow, Queen Mary University of London

Dr Merit Laine, Associate Professor, Department of Art History, Uppsala University

 

Sessions:

Session I Discussions and theories concerning beauty

Session II Urbanism and the city as a spatial experience

Session III Academic art and the challengers of Classicism

Session IV Elite materiel and aesthetic culture

Session V Craftmanship and art in practice

Session VI The longue durée of art styles in peripheral regions

 

 

 

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