October 2013 – May 2014, The Vienna Project, Austria The project is to be situated on the streets of Vienna and along the Danube Canal. Forging a dynamic relationship between different disciplines: art, video, typography, web design, street theater, sound art, history, archival research, and Holocaust education, The Vienna Project is envisioned as a “living” […]
Theater in canoes as part of the Minnesota River History Weekend &Minnesota State Water Trails 50th Anniversary On May 18, 2013, PlaceBase Productions and performers from the Upper Minnesota River Valley area (in the USA) will stage a Paddling Theater Production on the Minnesota River as part of Minnesota River History Weekend and Minnesota State […]
Call for papers Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University, 27 – 28 August, 2012 Historians since Herodotus have argued that climates shape cultures. We can no longer ignore the fact that cultures also shape climates. Today’s climate is increasingly a material effect of the history of industrialisation. The climate of the coming centuries will be […]
Conference at the International Slavery Museum, Liverpool (UK), April 20-22, 2012 The history of transatlantic slavery is one of the most active and fruitful fields of historical research worldwide. As scholarship in this field is increasingly global, it opens up unique possibilities for international collaboration. More particularly, the most recent research which looks beyond the […]
Reposted from www.sustainablepractice.org Exhibition until 29 May 2011 in London In 1979 former American President Jimmy Carter inaugurated a solar installation on the roof of the West Wing of the White House. This symbol of his pioneering energy policy was removed seven years later by the Ronald Regan administration. Through video, sculptural-recreation, text and archive material the artists […]
21st to 23rd September 2011, Trondheim, Norway Abstract submission deadline: 15th June. This conference will address how archaeology and cultural history can be integrated with long-term and contemporary ecology to understand landscape dynamics and underpin sustainable management and conservation of both cultural heritage and biodiversity in mountain environments. For more information visit: www.ntnu.no/vitenskapsmuseet/peopleandnature.