Program Workshop 2017

Thursday, October 12, 2017, University of Zurich, Rämistrasse 59, Room RAA-G-15:

18:15 “Photography’s History in Meiji Japan: New Approaches and Challenges”, Public Evening Lecture by Dr. Luke Gartlan, University of St Andrews, UK

 

Friday, October 13, 2017, University of Zurich, Rämistrasse 59, Room RAA-E-08:

09:30 Welcome Address by Prof. Dr. Bettina Gockel, Center for Studies in the Theory and History of Photography at the Institute of Art History, UZH, and Introduction by Sophie Junge and Stella Jungmann, UZH

10:00 “Photography and China’s Early Emancipation Movement”, Xenia Piëch, Institute of Art History, Section for East Asian Art, UZH

10:45 “From Traveling Images to Traveling Bodies: Korean War Orphans in Hollywood and the Rhetoric of Interracial Adoption”, Jung Joon Lee, History of Art and Visual Culture Department, Rhodes Island School of Design

 11:30 Coffee break

12:00 “Developing Photographs and Networks: Images of the Japanese Embassy in the United States, 1860”, Stella Jungmann, Center for Studies in the Theory and History of Photography at the Institute of Art History, UZH

12:45 Lunch break

14:15 “Picturing the Sacred: Yasu Kohei and his Photographic Reproductions of Religious Images in Guatemala”, Ping-Heng Chen, Cluster of Excellence “Asia and Europe in a Global Context”, University of Heidelberg

15:00 “From Snapshot to Cultural Propaganda: The Formation of Persian Architectural Photographs, 1925–1935”, Yuka Kadoi, Edinburgh

 15:45 Coffee break

16:15 “Old Surabaya – New Surabaya: Photography and the Making of the Colonial City”, Sophie Junge, Center for Studies in the Theory and History of Photography at the Institute of Art History, UZH

17:30 Apéro for all Participants


 

Saturday, October 14, 2017 University of Zurich, Rämistrasse 59, Room RAA-E-08:

09:30 “Ethnography to Art: ‘Japanische Ringer, Nach der Natur’”, Christina Thurman-Wild, Department of History, UZH

10:15 “Circulation, Appropriation, Redefinition – The History of Songea Mbano’s Portrait”, Eliane Kurmann, Department of History, UZH

 11:00 Coffee break

11:30 Panel Discussion with all Participants

 

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