Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA
27 – 29 September 2012
Deadline for proposals: 15 May 2012
The organisers are inviting scholars, whose research is grounded in socio-spatial analysis and/or aims at meeting the daunting challenge of ubiquity in art history, to join the conversation and offer their perspectives. They welcome papers that explore the connection between the national and transnational in a global perspective for any object, period, and place in the history of arts and letters.