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“Self Assembled: Isabella Stewart Gardner’s Photographic Albums and the Development of her Museum, 1902-1924.” Exchanging Photographs: Making Knowledge, Photographic History Research Centre, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, June 2014

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“Self Assembled: Isabella Stewart Gardner’s Photographic Albums and the Development of her Museum, 1902-1924.” Exchanging Photographs: Making Knowledge, Photographic History Research Centre, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, June 2014
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    Exchanging Photographs, Making Knowledge (1860-1970) International Conference, June 20-21, 2014 Hugh Aston Building 3.04 and 0.08 The Gateway Leicester, LE1 9BH Friday, June 20 Hugh Aston Building 3.04 9:30 Ð 10:00 Registration and tea/coffee 10.00-10.10 Welcome: Elizabeth Edwards, Gil Pasternak, Kelley Wilder (Photographic History Research Centre) 10:10 Ð 11:00 Keynote Lecture:  Fran•ois Brunet (University of Paris VII) Chair: Kelley Wilder Grassroots Histories: Amateur historian networks and the historical value of photographs up to Taft's Photography and the American Scene   (1938) Session 1. Photographic Networking (Chair: Kelley Wilder) 11:00-11:20 Geoff Belknap (University of Leicester, UK) ÔCarte CorrespondenceÕ Ð The Photographic portrait network of Charles Darwin 11:20 Ð 11:40 Stephen Brown (Photographic History Research Centre, UK) Picture this: Matching photographic records across collections 11:40-12:00 Casey Riley (Boston University, USA) Self-Assembled: Isabella Stewart GardnerÕs Photographic Albums and the Development of her Museum, 1903-1924 12:00-12:30 Panel Discussion 12:30-13:30 Ð Lunch break    Session 2. Knowledge in the Press (Chair: Marta Zi " tkiewicz-Szlendak) 13:30- 13:50 Nuno Pinheiro (Lisbon University Institute, Portugal) From the photographic to the illustrated Press: Portugal 1885-1918 13:50- 14:10 Michael Pritchard (The Royal Photographic Society, UK) The Photographic Periodical Press 1853-1914: disseminating knowledge and forming opinions 14:10-14:30 Michael Berkowitz (University College London, UK) Photography Publishing: Jewish questions and connections 14:30 Ð 15:00 Ð Panel Discussion 15:00 Ð 15:30 - Tea/coffee Break Session 3. Disseminating Innovation through the Photographic Club (Chair: Gil Pasternak) 15:30 Ð 15:50 Shannon Perry (Photographic History Research Centre, UK) Piecing Together a History, Minute by Minute: The beginning of the Ottawa Camera Club 1894-1895 15:50 Ð 16:10 Caroline Fuchs (University of Vienna, Austria) The Society of Colour Photographers and its role in the dissemination and evaluation of colour photography in Britain 16:10- 16:30 Jelena Stojkovic (Independent researcher) Amateur Artists: ÔPrewarÕ Avant-Garde PhotoClubs in Japan 16:30-17:00 Ð Panel Discussion Drinks reception 17:30 Venue TBC Conference dinner 19:00 Case Restaurant, Leicester Close of Day 1    Saturday, 21 June Hugh Aston Building 0.08 9:00 Ð 10:00 Keynote : Jennifer Tucker (Wesleyan University, USA) Chair: Gil Pasternak How Well Do Photographs Travel?: Some Reflections on Photographs as Moving Images Session 4. Transnational Exchanges (Chair: Ben Tree) 10:00- 10:20 Tiffany Lee (Stanford University, USA) Chinese and Japanese Art Photography Societies in Shanghai, 1920s-1930s 10:20- 10:40 Nicolette Bromberg (University of Washington Libraries, USA) Shadows of a Fleeting World: SeattleÕs Japanese Camera Club 10:40 Ð 11:00 Panel Discussion 11:00 Ð 11:30 Tea/coffee Break Session 5. Promoting scientific knowledge (Chair: Beatriz Pichel) 11:30-11:50 Baiba Tetere (University of Greifswald, Germany) ÔLatvian TypesÕ : Hybridized visions of Rural Life in Latvia in the 1890s 11:50-12:10 Damian Hughes (Photographic History Research Centre, UK) Exchanging natural objects: The performance of nature in Edwardian natural history photography 12:10-12:30 Jason Bate (Falmouth University, UK) Photography as a Means of Linking Dentistry and surgery in the first world war 12:30-13:00 Panel Discussion 13:00-13:50 Ð Lunch break    Session 6. Materials as Knowledge (Chair: Kelley Wilder) 13:50- 14:10 Juliet Baillie (Birkbeck, University of London, UK) Photography as Craft in 1930s Camera Clubs and their Networks 14:10 Ð 14:30 Margaret Denny (Columbia College Chicago, USA) Magic Projections: engaging and enlightening lantern slides 14:30 Ð 14:50 Julian Faure-Conorton (School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences, France) Robert Demachy, apostle of the gum bichromate process 14:50 Ð 15:15 Panel Discussion 15:15 Ð 15:30 Tea/coffee Break Session 7. Standardising Local and Global Visions (Chair: Gil Pasternak) 15:30 Ð 15:50 Karen Shepherdson (Canterbury Christ Church University, UK) From Smudger to Sunbeamer: Informal professionalism in commercial seaside portraiture 15:50 Ð 16:10 Nicoletta Leonardi (University of California EAP Florence, Italy) Amateur photographers and documentary practice in Milan during the 1960s and early 70s: the case of Gruppo 66 16:10 Ð 16:30 Susana Martins (Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium) Multiple Exposure: Photography and Universal Exhibitions 16:30-16:50 Panel Discussion 17:00 Ð 18:00 Plenary session : Christopher Pinney (University College London) Chair: Elizabeth Edwards Disentangled Photographs: How to do the Ethnography of World System Photography Close of Conference
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