• Stefanie Kogler

    Stefanie Kogler

  • Andrés Montenegro

    Andrés Montenegro

Essex Art History at the Association of Art Historians Annual Conference

Posted: 10 April 2014 by ESCALA in News  

ISLAA funded students from the School of Philosophy and Art History, University of Essex as well as former ESCALA staff will present their research at the upcoming Association of Art Historians conference at the Royal College of Art, London.

Current ISLAA funded doctoral student Stefanie Kogler and Miriam Metliss, ESCALA's former Learning and Access Officer, will present in the 'Curating Latinamericanismo: Recent Engagements with Latin American Art' session. Their research papers are:

 • Miriam Metliss 'Recent Discourses of Latin American Art in the UK: Tate and its Acquisition Policy'
• Stefanie Kogler 'The Virtual Dimension of ‘Cultural Brokering’ and Digital Documents of Latino and Latin American Art in the USA'

Andrés Montenegro, our recently appointed Curatorial Assistant, will present in the 'Zombie Aesthetics' session on thirty years of the cultural uncanny.

We wish them all the best with their papers!

For more information about the Association of Art Historians conference, please see their conference website here

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