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Sarah V. Turner: Online Publishing Now
Sarah V. Turner: Online Publishing Now
WhenFriday, Apr. 26, 2019, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Campus locationCommunications Building (CMU)
Campus room202
Event typesWorkshops
Description

Sarah Victoria Turner is co-founder and editor of British Art Studies, an open-access digital journal co-published by the Paul Mellon Centre and the Yale Center for British Art. In this workshop, she will discuss the broader implications of a “digital turn” within the arts and humanities and share her experience of being published and publishing the work of others online. She will discuss issues of open access publishing, interdisciplinary collaboration and new art historical methodologies being shaped by digital tools. This will be an informal discussion workshop with a short presentation followed by Q&A and discussion, with plenty of practical tips and advice.

Sarah Victoria Turner is Deputy Director for Research at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art in London and is co-editor of British Art Studies. She is also Visiting Senior Lecturer at the Courtauld Institute of Art. In 2018, she was elected full fellow of the Royal Scoiety of Arts. Sarah was the co-curator of The Great Spectacle: 250 of the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition, at the Royal Academy in London (June – August 2018) and is the co-editor of an accompanying digital publication The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition: A Chronicle,  1769-2018 (, Paul Mellon Centre, 2018). Sarah’s research interests encompass many aspects of British art from 1850 to 1950 and she has most recently published work on the artist William Crozier (Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2017) and co-edited a collection of essay with Kate Nichols, After 1851: the Material and Visual Cultures of the Crystal Palace at Sydenham (Manchester University Press, 2017).
 

Turner also presents a lecture on "Exhibition Histories, Digital Futures: Researching, Curating, and Publishing 250 Years of the Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition," at 4 pm on Thursday, April 25.

Part of Rethinking the Global Turn, a Next Generation Humanities PhD project of the Simpson Center for the Humanities. Questions? Contact Sonal Khullar (Art History) at skhullar@uw.edu.

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