Please click on one of the audio recordings below, then click the 'play' button on the multimedia player:
Time lines: On the Drawings of Anthony McCall
(Anne Wagner, Visiting Professor, Research Seminar, 16/01/2012)
The Sacred or the Profane: Art, Religion, Amnesia
(Donald Preziosi, Visiting Professor, Research Seminar, 30/01/2012)
Sperm Bomb: Art Feminism and the American War in Vietnam
(Professor Mignon Nixon, Courtauld Institute of Art, Research Seminar, 23/01/2012)
The Guthlac Roll and artistic process: A reassessment of the evidence
(Rosie Mills, Visiting V&A Fellow, Research Seminar, 20/02/2012)
Feminist Object(ive)s: Writing Art Histories
Recordings from 'Feminist Object(ive)s: Writing Art Histories', a one day conference, 21st May 2013, University of York.
Harriet Riches' paper 'Nothing to see: Making Meaning from the Writing of Photography in the Feminine' is not available to access here but is forthcoming in print. Details will be available soon.
Actionmyth, Historypanic: The Entry of VALIE EXPORT's Aktionhose: Genitalpanik into Art History
(Hilary Robinson, School of Art and Design, Middlesex)
Staying Anxious: Encountering Ulrike Meinhof in Silvia Kolbowski's A Few Howls Again?
(Henrietta Stanford, Courtauld Institute of Art)
(chaired by Kuang Vivian Sheng, University of York)
A Window for Stan Brakhage
(Sylvie Simonds, McGill)
Lesbian Separatism and the Erotic in the Work and Reception of the Films of Barbara Hammer
(James Boaden, University of York)
Re-enacting Histories: Boudry/Lorenz's Salomania
(Catherine Grant, Goldsmiths, University of London)
(chaired by Clarissa Kennedy Jacob, Royal Holloway)