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Winckelmann and His Passionate Followers: Queer Archaeology, Egyptology and the History of Arts 1750

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The “Winckelmann and His Passionate Followers” conference wishes take up the discussion initiated by several recent publications in addition to the “Winckelmann – The Divine Sex” exhibition at the Schwules Museum, Berlin (2017) concerning Winckelmann’s never concealed homosexuality by examining it as an constitutive element of his interpretation of ancient art and culture. With Winckelmann, (male) beauty became a subject of scholarship. Besides such biographical aspects, the question will be posed concerning the extent to which Winckelmann’s influence led to an opening up of the humanities and cultural studies to a ‘queer’ reading of antiquity, generating a picture of ideal masculinity that was both instructive and desirable

FECHA /DATE/DATA: 27-28-29-30/06-01/07/2018

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Museum August Kestner, Hannover (Hannover, Germany)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Dr. Wolfgang Cortjaens

INFO: web - organisation@queer-archaeology.de

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Se ruega enviar el formulario de inscripción /please send the registration form to /sono pregati di inviare il modulo di registrazione a organisation@queer-archaeology.de

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA: Programa provisional/preliminary program/programma provvisorio

The following high-profile key note speakers have already confirmed their participation: Prof. Dr. Whitney Davis (Department of History of Art, University of California at Berkeley / USA), Dr. Adelheid Müller (Institut für Klassische Archäologie, Freie Universität Berlin / GERMANY) und Prof. Robert Deam Tobin (Henry J. Leir Chair in Foreign Languages, Literature and Culture, Clark University, Worcester / USA).

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