Hypothèses Session #6 : Representing absence : ruines et tombeaux

LECTURE – The sixth and final session of  the 2021/2022 Hypothèses season  will take place on Wednesday, March 9 at 5:30 pm on Zoom.

Entitled « Representing absence: ruines et tombeaux », this session will feature lectures by Yuting Liu (M.A., McGill) « The Formation of Tomb Portraiture and The Visual Culture of The Northern Dynasties in China (4th-6th centuries) » and Anne-Julie Richard, (M.A., UQAM) « La ruine ou la mélancolie d’un signe brisé : de Friedrich à Parmiggiani ». The session will be chaired by André Habib (UdeM).

Hypotheses is a bilingual lecture series by and for graduate students in the history of art, with the aim of stimulating and disseminating emerging research in the discipline. Each session provides a platform for two panelists for a conference of approximately 20 minutes each, followed by a period of questions and discussions mediated by a session chair.

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