CFP: On the iconography of Alcestis. When does afterlife really begin?

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ArtHS Editor, « CFP: On the iconography of Alcestis. When does afterlife really begin? », Art Histories Society, ID : 10670/1.mloou2


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Art History Supplement, May 2015 Deadline for papers: March 15, 2015 Taking artistic depictions and visual representations of the myth of Alcestis as a starting point for the discussion, this issue of Art History Supplement wishes to attract submissions addressing the theme of afterlife. What is the afterlife in art history? And, how could we define it? Afterlife as a notion has been brought into academic art historical attention, as far as I am aware, with the work of Aby Warburg. His Mnemos...

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