The 6th Annual International Conference
in Paragone Studies
November 8-10, 2018
Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Hosted by the Society of Paragone Studies
in partnership with the Flint Institute of Arts
REGISTRATION FORM FOR PRESENTERS – Forthcoming
CONFERENCE SCHEDULE (click here)-Forthcoming
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The annual conference examines the paragone, or rivalry in artistic practice and its related fields. All disciplines relevant to inter-arts rivalry are eligible to be featured, such as art history and visual culture, aesthetic theory, literary theory and comparative literature, philosophy, critical theory, visual communications, cultural studies, and musicology, amongst others. Rivalry from all eras of history and global contexts will be considered.
The 2018 conference is being co-sponsored by the Association for Textual Scholarship in Art History. ATSAH members should contact Dr. Liana De Girolami Cheney for additional questions about ATSAH (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The location for the annual conference alternates. The Society meets periodically at the Flint Institute of Arts, in Flint, Michigan; and at new locations in the USA or internationally in other years.
Conference hotel: forthcoming
ABOUT THE HOST
The Society of Paragone Studies is dedicated to scholarship on the history of artistic rivalry, from any period and in any medium. SPS is affiliated with CAA, SECAC, AND ATSAH. Questions should be directed to email@example.com.
Co-host ATSAH is dedicated to research addressing the importance of texts (visual and verbal) in art history.