P r e – C o n f e r e n c e  E v e n t s

Wednesday, September 26

5:30- 7:30pm: reception for the exhibition
Atlas for Experimental Poiesis, by Katherine E. Bash.
6 pm
: An Introduction by the artist t0 The Manual


C o n f e r e n c e

Thursday, September 27
Anniversary Drawing Room
, Purdue Memorial Union

8:30-9am: Welcome Coffee

9 – 9:15am: Welcome by Irwin Weiser, Justin S. Morrill Dean of Purdue’s College of Liberal Arts

9 – 10 am: Segolène Le Men, A la conquête de l’ubiquité

10 – 10:15 am: Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel and Catherine Dossin, Introduction:Thinking Centers and Peripheries in a Global Perspective

10:15– 10:45 am: Carolyn C. Guile, Borderlands: Mapping Early Modern Architecture in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth

10:45– 11:15 am: Coffee Pause

11:15 – 11:45 pm: Ahmed Idrissi Alami, Contesting French Aesthetics of Space and Nature Enjoyment in Moroccan Travel Writing in the 19th century

11:45 – 12:45pm: Michelle Facos, The Geography of National Identity in Fin-de-Siècle Europe

12:45 – 1:45 pm: Lunch

1:45 –2:30 pm Poster Session

Nikoo Paydar, Locating Schéhérazade: the ‘Orient’ of the Thousand and One Nights, the Ballets Russes, and Paris, 1910

Clarisse Fava-Piz, Cosmopolitan Artists: Spanish Sculptors at the Salons of Paris 1880-1914

Courtney Dorroll, The Duality of Multiculturalism in Germany:  Between Political and Curated Expressions

Christine Ithurbide, Toward a Geography of the Contemporary Indian Art: Mapping Networks and Circulations From Independence Movements (1920s) Until Today

Barbara Turquier, Avant-Garde Cinema (1960-1975) in New York and Beyond: a Geographical Approach

Helena Shaskevich, Mapping Conflict: Examining the Political Efficacy of Cartographic Fragmentation in Jane and Louise Wilson’s A Free and Anonymous Monument

2:30 – 3 pm: Léa Saint-Raymond, The International Networks of Artistic Elites

3 – 3:30 pm: Robert Jensen, Why the School of Paris is not French

3:30  – 4 pm: Michele Greet, Transatlantic Encounters: Latin American Artists in Paris between the Wars

4 – 4:30 pm: Afternoon Tea

4:30 – 5pm: Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel, Mapping the Geopolitics of the Avant-Gardes between the Wars

5 -5: 30pm: Anna W. Brzyski, By Whose Rules?: Contemporary Art and Geography of Art Historic Significance

5:30 – 6pm: Małgorzata Lisiewicz, Global Definition of National Identity. Dilemmas of the National Art Gallery Exhibiting Contemporary Art

6-7:30pm: Indigenismo & Modernismo: A Selection  from the Purdue Galleries’ Latin American Art Collection, Krannert Center

6 – 7:30 pm: Reception

7:30 – 8:45 pm: Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann, Reflections on World Art History, Theoretical and Practical, Krannert Auditorium


Friday, September 28
East Faculty Lounge, Purdue Memorial Union

8:30-9am: Welcome Coffee

9 – 9:15am: Joyeux-Prunel and Dossin, Introduction: Maps as Strategy to Rethink the Spaces of Arts

9:15 – 10 am: James Elkins, Current Unresolved Issues in the Conceptualization of Global Art History

10 – 10:30 am: Elizabeth Sutton, Claiming Land and Roots: Mapping Dutch Identity Across the Atlantic

10:30- 11 am: Katarzyna Murawska-Muthesius, Cartography and Art Historiography: Imaging Slavic Europe and Eastern Europe

11 – 11:30 am: Coffee Pause

11:30 – 12 pm: Emmanuel Guy, Exhibiting the Situationist Avant-Garde: From Archive to Map

12 – 12:30 pm: Rosemary O’Neill, A propos de Nice:  Mapping a Regional/International Phenomenon for a National Stage

12:30 – 1:30 pm: Lunch

1:30 – 2:15: Ed Casey, Art and Cartography

2:15-2:45pm: Eric M. Stryker, Periphery, Dislocation, Center: The Rhetoric of Empire in Richard Long’s Land Art

2:45– 3:15 pm: Sophie Cras, Global Conceptualism? Cartographies of Conceptual Art in Pursuit of Decentering

3:15 – 3:45 pm: Afternoon Tea

3:45 – 4:05 pm: Catherine Dossin, ARTL@S as a Strategy for Rethinking the Triumph of American Art 

4 – 4:25 pm: Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel, ARTL@S as a Strategy for Thinking the National and Transnational in a Global Perspective

4:25 – 4:40pm: Sorin Matei, ARTL@S as a Strategy for Rethinking Art History Scholarship

4:40 – 5 pm: Pause

5– 5:45 pm: Christophe Charle, Spatial Translation and the Discordance of Tenses

6 – 7:30 pm: Cocktail

7:30-10pm: reception for the exhibition, Patti and Rusty Rueff Galleries
Atlas for Experimental Poiesis,  by Katherine E. Bash.
8-8:30pm: Katherine E. Bash’s Performance: Laying Down Paths


Saturday, September 29
STEW 302

8:30 – 9 am: Welcome Coffee

9 – 9:15am: Joyeux-Prunel and Dossin, Introduction: The Geographic Turn of the 21st century: Thinking the Spaces of Arts in Global and Cartographic Terms

9:15 – 9:45 am: David Lubin, Thinking the Spaces of Arts in Global and Cartographic Terms

9:45 – 12 pm: Roundtable and discussion animated by David Lubin


P o s t – C o n f e r e n c e  E v e n t s

1 – 2pm: Visit of Purdue’s Flight & Space Special Collection

2:30 -4:30pm: Visit of Prophetstown and Tippecanoe Battleground, with a Spatial Poetic Walk lead by artist Katherine E. Bash through the State Park

7-10 pm: Farewell reception