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Gepubliceerd op 18-08-2015

Vacatures: PhD candidate and Postdoc History of Art, Science and Technology, Utrecht University

Postdoc History of Art, Science and Technology (1,0 FTE)

As a Postdoc you will work within the project “Technique in the Arts: Practices, Concepts, Expertise (1500-1950)”. This project is funded by the European Research Council, by way of a Consolidator Grant awarded to principal investigator (PI) Prof. Dr. Sven Dupré. You will be based at Utrecht University and will also be part of the department History and Art History, Section Art History, and the Descartes Centre for the History and Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities.

This project undertakes the experimental reconstruction of historical recipes to open the black box of the transmission of technique in the visual and decorative arts. Considering ‘technique’ as a textual, material and social practice, the team members will write a long-term history of the theory and practice of the study of ‘technique’ in the visual and decorative arts between 1500 and 1950. The three central research questions are: (1) what is technique in the visual and decorative arts? (2) how is technique transmitted and studied? And (3) who is considered expert in technique, and why?

The project aims to make a breakthrough in our understanding of the transmission of technique in the arts by integrating methodologies typical for the humanities and historical disciplines with laboratory work. Also, by providing a history of technique in the arts, the project hopes to lay the historical foundations of the epistemologies of conservation, restoration and technical art history.

You can apply for this job until September 11, 2015.

More information.

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PhD candidate History of Art, Science and Technology (0,8 FTE)

In this function you will work within the project “Technique in the Arts: Practices, Concepts, Expertise (1500-1950)”. This project is funded by the European Research Council, by way of a Consolidator Grant awarded to principal investigator (PI) Prof. Dr. Sven Dupré. You will be based at Utrecht University and will as such also be part of the department History and Art History, Section Art History, and the Descartes Centre for the History and Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities.

This project undertakes the experimental reconstruction of historical recipes to open the black box of the transmission of technique in the visual and decorative arts. Considering ‘technique’ as a textual, material and social practice, the team members will write a long-term history of the theory and practice of the study of ‘technique’ in the visual and decorative arts between 1500 and 1950. The three central research questions are: (1) what is technique in the visual and decorative arts? (2) how is technique transmitted and studied? And (3) who is considered expert in technique, and why?

The project aims to make a breakthrough in our understanding of the transmission of technique in the arts by integrating methodologies typical for the humanities and historical disciplines with laboratory work. Also, by providing a history of technique in the arts, the project hopes to lay the historical foundations of the epistemologies of conservation, restoration and technical art history.

You can apply for this job until September 11, 2015.

More information.

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