IAAH/Artefact Annual Study Day 2010

The 2010 IAAH/Artefact Study Day was held on Saturday, 10 April at the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks.

2010 Study Day Participants:

  • Rose Mary Cullen, Stitched with Devotion: The Agnus Dei and the Piety Case as Devotional Objects
  • Ruth Musielak, Madame da Cunha prefers her own ‘Dunghill’ to a Palace: city lodging and country visiting in early eighteenth-century London
  • Bláithín Hurley, The Display of Magnificence and Splendore as described by Giovanni Pontano in his I trattati delle Virtù sociali
  • Caroline McGee, ‘A Lady Painting in a Glade’: reassessing the work of Mildred Anne Butler (1858-1941)
  • Amanda Holloway, Insert Experience Here: Reframing the Self in Northern Ireland between Memory, Testimony and Belonging
  • Rachel Warriner, A Hellish History: 1950s culture and massmedia in Rauschenberg’s XXXIV Drawings for Dante’s Inferno
  • John P Hartnett, Derrida by Default: WolfgangWeingart & the Accidental Deconstruction of Swiss Typography
  • Gemma Carroll, Encountering Merz: Face to Face
  • Wendy Williams, If you are an Irishman… Recruiting posters, 1914 – c.1935
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