Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne – Columbia University NY in partnership with Sciences-Po Paris and the École Polytechnique
27th, 28th and 29th of June 2018
This unprecedented summer school project is based on the initiative of a group of young Art History researchers in Paris, acting as the PhD students’ representatives.
Built along the framework of a two day symposium, and punctuated by various events (tours, debates, projections) and informal gatherings, the summer school’s ambition is to promote human and scientific exchanges among young art historians and archaeologists on both sides of the Atlantic, thus creating a transnational academic dialogue and stimulating the role of young researchers in building academic networks. We wish to carry out this transversal and multidisciplinary project from a distinctly methodological angle, while relying on the students themselves. The bilingual publishing of the symposium’s proceedings is planned.
This project is addressed to all the Art History and Archaeology PhD students from our partner institutions : Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Columbia University, Sciences-Po Paris and the École Polytechnique, regardless of medium, from Antiquity to today. All expenses for Columbia students will be covered (round trip to Paris, housing, catering).
A project organized by: Élodie Baillot Matthieu Leglise Marie Piccoli-Wentzo Olivier Schuwer Marie-Charlotte Téchené
Scientific Commitee: Élodie Baillot (Paris 1), Laurence Bertrand Dorléac (Sciences-Po Paris), Holger Klein (Columbia University), Matthieu Leglise (Paris 1), Marie Piccoli-Wentzo (Paris 1), Michel Poivert (Paris 1), Thomas Schlesser (Polytechnique), Olivier Schuwer (Paris 1), Marie-Charlotte Téchené (Paris 1).