By Jennifer Borland and Louise Siddons We recently co-wrote an article for the relatively new journal, Art History Pedagogy and Practice, which outlines and reflects upon a class project we co-conducted in two courses we taught in the fall of 2016. Very briefly, we co-developed a semester-long project for two classes to work collaboratively around […]
The Material Collective is looking for guest blog posts and welcomes contributions on all topics that relate to the themes and mission of our group, broadly conceived.
Jennifer Borland recaps the exciting collaboration between Material Collective and Art History that at SECAC and gives a preview of upcoming events at CAA in February.
Please join the Material Collective and Art History That at SECAC 2015 in Pittsburgh! We will be gathering to brainstorm together about socially engaged art history on Friday, October 23. And follow #ArtHistoryEngaged! See you there!
Well, now that we’ve all had some time to recover, can we just say that this year’s International Congress of Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo was a particularly exciting and thought-provoking one?