The Work of Art History in the Digital Age

June 27 - 28, 2008

This colloquium, convened by Chuck Henry, director, CLIR; Michael Ann Holly, director of the Clark’s Research and Academic Program; and Mark Ledbury, associate director of the Research and Academic Program, brought together art historians, librarians, and scholars interested in the ways that the new digital landscape has impacted the practice of art history. From hyper-digitalization and connoisseurship to new collaborative practices enables through networking sites, new databases, and new objects of study. This colloquium was organized with the generous support of the Andew W. Mellon Foundation.

Participants included:

Marilyn Aronberg Lavin, Princeton University
Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Courtauld Institute of Art
Roberta “Maggie” Bickford, Brown University
Benjamin Binstock, The Cooper Union
Karen Bucky, The Clark
Laurie Glover, The Clark
Gunther Reisinger, Ludwig Boltzmann Institut, Linz, Austria
Susan Roeper, The Clark
Connie Moon Sehat, George Mason University
Hans van Miegroet, Duke University

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