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Prof. Bauer to Lead Concluding Workshop of Getty Foundation Project “Art, Space and Mobility in the Early Ages of Globalization”

Published October 8, 2016
Pere Nisart, St. George & the Dragon

Pere Nisart, St. George & the Dragon, commissioned in 1468 for the chapel of the Confraternity of Sant Jordi in the church of Sant Antoni de Padua in Palma

Dr. Doron Bauer will lead the concluding workshop of the Getty Foundation sponsored project “Art, Space and Mobility in the Early Ages of Globalization: The Mediterranean, Central Asia and the Indian Subcontinent 400-1650.” The project, which began in 2009, critically participates in the debate on global art history, insisting on the necessity of combining new thematic and methodological horizons with a rethinking and reshaping of research infrastructures. It has offered a space for dialogue between various disciplinary and academic cultures, primarily involving young scholars from all over the world.

Dr. Bauer will lead the concluding workshop in Palma de Mallorca, November 26-30, 2016.  The workshop will consist of talks, discussions, and tours focusing on the art related questions of cultural identity, mobility, interconnectivity, and the historical borderlines between nature and culture.