The First Spring School “The Impact of the Political on Archaeological Research” is part of the research progamme “The Construction of Knowledge in Archaeology and Art History in Southeastern Europe” (2019-2023) hosted by the Centre for Advanced Study, Sofia (Bulgaria) and funded by the Getty Foundation as part of the Connecting Art Histories Initiative.
This Programme is structured through a series of Conferences and Spring Schools taking place in three different capital cities in the region (Sofia, Bucharest, and Athens) over three years. The overall structure has been envisaged as an opportunity for new synergies between scholars working across the region; given the current state of the discipline in the region (an overbearing “Western” bias associated with the neglect of intra-regional collaboration), it is not uncommon for archaeologists and art historians working across a national border from one another to never have interacted in the framework of common academic research project. The two Conferences and the three Spring Schools proposed by our Programme are designed as a way of deploying new academic networks – cross-national and cross-generational – across the region.
Spring School schedule: https://cas.bg/en/event/getty-cas-archaeological-schools-spring-school-2021/
GETTY-CAS FIRST SPRING SCHOOL: DAY 1/PART 1 – 19 APRIL 2021
GETTY-CAS FIRST SPRING SCHOOL: LECTURES – DAY 1/PART 2 – 19 APRIL 2021
GETTY-CAS FIRST SPRING SCHOOL: LECTURES – DAY 2/PART 1 – 20 APRIL 2021
GETTY-CAS FIRST SPRING SCHOOL: LECTURES – DAY 2/PART 2 – 20 APRIL 2021
GETTY-CAS FIRST SPRING SCHOOL: WORKSHOP (22 APRIL 2021)
GETTY-CAS FIRST SPRING SCHOOL: COLLOQUIUM (23 APRIL 2021)
GETTY-CAS FIRST SPRING SCHOOL: VIRTUAL TOUR (24 APRIL 2021)