Material and Visual Culture Turn: Past and Present

By Juliette Huygen   The VU Art and Culture group and Research Institute CLUE+ present: Material and Visual Culture Turn: Past and Present Dr. Dan Hicks (Oxford University/Pitt Rivers Museum)   This lecture is part of the seminar : Trending Topics: Key Ideas/Thinkers in Material Culture Studies Date:     February 16 Time:     10:00-12:00 Venue:  Vrije… Read More Material and Visual Culture Turn: Past and Present

Re-scape Alejandro Echeverri 1 December 2017

by Roos van Strien, Master student Architectural History On December 1st, the VU hosted the recurring Re-Scape colloquium, organized by CLUE+ in collaboration with OZ Architects. Various Re-scape events are held throughout the year and the location alters between the organizing universities; TU Delft, University of Leiden and VU. This time, the VU hosted the… Read More Re-scape Alejandro Echeverri 1 December 2017

Seminar – Juan Ricci de Guevara (1600-1681)

Research Institute CLUE+ and the Stevin Centre for History of Science and Humanities are proud to present the Stevin Seminar # 26 “Knowledge collection in the manuscripts of fray Juan Ricci de Guevara (1600-1681)” Juan Ricci de Guevara entered the Order of Saint Benedict at the age of 26 and combined his religous duties with his artistic… Read More Seminar – Juan Ricci de Guevara (1600-1681)

Graduate Lecture: The Digital Art History Lab at The Frick Collection

We are very pleased to invite you to a Graduate Lecture by Ellen Prokop PhD, titled “The Digital Art History Lab at The Frick Collection: Towards a Critical D.A.H.” on Friday 24 November 3.30-5.15, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam – Main Building, hall 14a00 (The Frick Collection / New York University / Hunter College, City University of New York) A… Read More Graduate Lecture: The Digital Art History Lab at The Frick Collection

Facts and fabulation: the ‘real’ Mata Hari on film

By Ivo Blom Mata Hari was famous for her own fabulation of her oriental past and scandalous present. Myth and reality converged in ever changing combinations, which impressed many, but also caused her serious troubles during her notorious trial, leading to her execution in 1917 by the French army, condemned as enemy spy. However, the… Read More Facts and fabulation: the ‘real’ Mata Hari on film