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immediations, the first research journal to come out of the Courtauld Institute of Art since its inception in 1932, publishes innovative research across the entire span of art history: from classical antiquity to the present day. Reflecting the strong research record of the Institute, immediations approaches the history of art from a wide range of perspectives and expertise, accommodating close reading of individual works of art and architecture, as well as broad theoretical issues.
immediations is published under the auspices of the Research Forum.
Art and Nature:
Studies in Medieval Art and Architecture
immediations Conference Papers 1, edited by Laura Cleaver, Kathryn Gerry, and Jim Harris (London, 2009). A collection of papers by Research students and emerging scholars presented at Leeds International Medieval Congress in 2008.
research forum publication series
The Research Forum exists to further the Courtauld Institute’s aim of supporting outstanding achievements in research in the visual arts and in conservation studies by promoting new scholarship and furthering exchange. The Research Forum publication series is based on research on Courtauld collections and conferences and workshops organised under the auspices of the Forum. It offers recent work in a variety of fields with the intention of stimulating further investigation, conversation and debate.
Sculpture and the Pedestal
from Renaissance to Post-Modern (1550-2000)
Edited by Alexandra Gerstein (The Courtauld Gallery)
Publication date: May 2007
242 x 168 mm, hardback
168 pages, 60 illustrations
ISBN 978 1 903470 30 5
Display and Displacement is published by Paul Holberton Publishing as the first of a Research Forum series of conference publications.
Further information including contents page and ordering information.
Detail of the Entombment in the Seirlen Triptych (photo: Susie Nash)
the seilern triptych
The next publication in the Research Forum series will be authored by Dr Susie Nash and will address the Seilern Triptych in The Courtauld Gallery. The text is based on research carried out by Susie Nash and the late Caroline Villers and will be published by Paul Holberton Publishing.
Research presented in papers at conferences, lectures, and symposiums, organised or sponsored by the Research Forum that has been published in the form of articles in academic journals, conference proceedings, and essays in exhibition catalogues. These publications are listed below.
Also listed are interviews and scholars’ conversations recorded by the Research Forum as well as the outcome of the projects completed by Research Associates and the Research Forum Postdoctoral Fellows.
Gajewski, Alexandra, and Zoe Opacic, eds., The Year 1300 and the creation of a new European Architecture (Turnhout: Brepols, 2009). A collection of papers presented at the conference with the same title held at the Courtauld Institute in May 2005.
Grant, Catherine, and Patricia Rubin, eds., Creative Writing and Art History (Art History, especial issue, 34, forthcoming, April 2011). A collection of essays produced from the work of the Writing Art History seminar group and associated events, organised by the Research Forum during the academic years 2007-08 and 2008-09.
Loh, Maria H., and Patricia Rubin, eds., Mal’Occhio: Looking awry at the Renaissance (Oxford Art Journal, especial issue, 32, 2, forthcoming, 2010). A collection of papers presented at the conference with the same title at the Courtauld Institute in November 2008.
Presenza del Passato. Political Ideas e modelli culturali nella storia e nell’arte senese (Rome and Siena: Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche – Edizioni Cantagalli, 2008). A collection of papers presented at the conference with the same title held in Siena, co-organised by the Research Forum, in collaboration with the Warburg Institute, the Università di Siena, the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, and l’Institut Européen de Recherches Etudes et Formation.
Behr, Shulamith, and Sander Gillman, eds., Forced Journeys: Artists in Exile in Britain 1933-1945 (forthcoming catalogue of the exhibition held at the Ben Uri Gallery, The London Jewish Museum of Art, 21 January - 19 April 2009). This exhibition was organised to coincide with the visiting professorship of Sander G. Gilman as co-teacher of the Research Forum / Andrew W Mellon Foundation MA, Arts in Exile in Britain 1933-1945: Politics and Cultural Identity. The colloquium Listening to the Past: Oral History as a Resource was organised by the Research Forum also to coincide with the exhibition.
Interviews and transcriptions of scholars’ conversations
Research Forum, ‘Boris Groys in Conversation with John-Paul Stonard,’ immediations, 1, 4 (2007)
Research Forum, ‘Hans Belting and Henk van Os in Conversation,’ immediations, 1, 3 (2006), 101-118.
Brisby, Claire, ‘Three battle pictures by Louis Laguerre (1663-1721) at Grimsthorpe Castle' The British Art Journal, Vol. X, no. 3, 29-34.
Research Forum Postdoctoral Fellows
Brine, Douglas (2006 Fellow), ‘Campin’s Contemporaries: Painting in Tournai in the Early Fifteenth Century’, in Campin in Context: Peinture et société dans la vallée de l’Escaut à l’époque de Robert Campin 1375-1445, edited by L. Nys and D. Vanwijnsberghe, (Valenciennes, Brussels and Tournai, 2007), pp. 101-12.
———, ‘Rogier van der Weyden and Early Netherlandish Wall Memorials’, immediations, 2, 1 (2008), 7-27.
———, ‘Evidence for the forms and usage of early Netherlandish memorial paintings,’ Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 71 (2008), 139-68.
Botana, Federico (2009 Fellow), The Works of Mercy in Italian Medieval Art (c.1050-c.1400) (Brepols, 2012)
Harris, Jim (2011 Fellow), Scott Nethersole and Per Rumberg (eds.), 'una insalata di piu erbe' A Festschrift for Patricia Lee Rubin (The Courtauld Institute of Art, 2011)
Lepine, Ayla (2012 Fellow) and Laura Cleaver (eds.), Gothic Legacies: Four Centuries of Tradition and Innovation in Art and Architecture (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2012)