March 21, 2016
Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art, Paris
For a scholar, there is nothing more exciting than making new discoveries using primary sources. In this talk, Archives of American Art Deputy Director Liza Kirwin provides an overview of the types of material available online through the Archives’ digitized collections and addresses common research questions and trends in the field of American art history. Kirwin’s lecture (in English) is followed by brief presentations (in French) by Sébastien Chauffour and Nathalie Boulouch of the archive collections of the Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art (INHA) and the Archives de la Critique d’Art, respectively.
Riccardo Venturi, Research Fellow, INHA
Liza Kirwin, Deputy Director, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution (Click here to view the slides accompanying Ms. Kirwin’s presentation.)
Sébastien Chauffour, Curator of the Library Collections, INHA
Nathalie Boulouch, Director, Archives de la Critique d’Art