[Humanist] 27.625 events: Applying Peirce; digital art and visual studies

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 27, No. 625.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Amirouche Moktefi <amirouche.moktefi at GERSULP.U-           (29)
        Subject: CFP - Applying Peirce II (Helsinki & Tallinn, 2014)

  [2]   From:    Øyvind_Eide <oyvind.eide at uni-passau.de>                  (42)
        Subject: Digital Art and Visual Studies in Passau

        Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2013 17:24:21 +0200
        From: Amirouche Moktefi <amirouche.moktefi at GERSULP.U-STRASBG.FR>
        Subject: CFP - Applying Peirce II (Helsinki & Tallinn, 2014)

Call for Papers
Applying Peirce: The Second International Conference on Peirce's 
Thought and Its Applications
Helsinki, Finland & Tallinn, Estonia (22-25 April 2014)

Research in Charles Sanders Peirce's thought has grown rapidly both 
within and outside the arena of philosophy on the global level. Peirce's 
pioneering contributions to philosophy, pragmatism, logic, the theory of 
signs, philosophy of science and to numerous other fields are currently 
being explored not only in philosophy but also in other sciences and in 
art studies.

The second installment of the Applying Peirce conference, first held in 
Helsinki in 2007, brings together Peirce scholars and researchers to 
explore and discuss Peirce's thought and applications in diverse fields. 
The meeting takes place in the twin cities of Helsinki (22-23 April) and 
Tallinn (24-25 April), connected by a two-hour ferry ride. The programme 
consists of several workshops and a selection of contributed papers.

The organizers invite submissions on any topic in accordance to the 
theme of the conference. We encourage proposals that explore the 
applicability of Peirce's thought to current questions and problems in 
various disciplines across the sciences and the arts that identify the 
leading edge on Peirce studies.

Please send *an abstract of 300-500 words to info at nordprag.org by 1 
February 2014* (in pdf, rtf or doc format). Notifications of acceptance 
will be sent by 8 February 2014.

Further details will be found on the website of the conference at: 
Separate calls for the thematic workshops will be launched shortly by 
their organizers.
Chair of the organizing committee: Prof. Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen

        Date: Sun, 15 Dec 2013 09:28:42 +0100
        From: Øyvind_Eide <oyvind.eide at uni-passau.de>
        Subject: Digital Art and Visual Studies in Passau

Dear colleagues,

There will be a series of public lectures in Digital Art and Visual Studies in Passau in January-March next year, made possible by a cooperation between the chair of Digital Humanities and the chair or History of Art/Visual Studies. The lectures will take place at the University of Passau, Germany and will be given in German. The programme is as follows:

Passauer Gespräche zur digitalen Kunst- und Bildgeschichte
Mittwoch, 8. Januar 2014, 18-20 Uhr, (PHIL) HS 4
Hubertus Kohle, München
Museum und Web 2.0
Mittwoch, 22. Januar 2014, 18-20 Uhr, Atelier in der Kunstpädagogik
Christian Thanhäuser, Ottensheim und Falk Nordmann, Berlin, Künstlergespräch
Zeichnen: analog und digital
Mittwoch, 29. Januar 2014, 18-20 Uhr, (PHIL) HS 4
Christoph Wagner, Regensburg
Iconic turn, Neurological turn, Digital turn
Zu einigen Perspektiven der Kunstgeschichte im digitalen Zeitalter
Mittwoch, 5. Februar 2014, 18-20 Uhr, (IM) HS 12
Georg Schelbert, Berlin
Digitale Kunstgeschichte – Ein Landschaftsbild
Donnerstag, 27. März 2014, 16-17 Uhr, (WiWi) HS 8
Katja Kwastek, Amsterdam
Keynote im Rahmen der Digital Humanities Jahrestagung in Passau
Vom Bild zum Bild. Digital Humanities jenseits des Texts
Konzeption und Planung:
Malte Rehbein und Jörg Trempler

You are all invited to participate in these public lectures. Please get in touch if you have any questions. 

Kind regards,

Øyvind Eide

Dr. Øyvind Eide
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
Lehrstuhl für Digital Humanities
URL: http://www.phil.uni-passau.de/rehbein.html

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