N.º 10 / 2021
Baroque festivals between the sacred and the profane:
Europe and the Atlantic
Maria João Pereira Coutinho (IHA/NOVA FCSH)
Sílvia Ferreira (IHA/NOVA FCSH)
Revista de História da Arte - Serie W, issue 10, brings together a selection of texts by experts that resulted from communications presented at the International Congress Baroque Festivals between the sacred and the profane: Europe and the Atlantic, organized by the IHA and IELT of NOVA FCSH and the Municipality of Loures. The Congress was held between 17 and 18 October 2019 at the Palácio do Correio-mor and was the expression of a partnership with the Rota Memorial do Convento, a cultural and tourist route that, bringing together three municipalities - Lisbon, Loures and Mafra, seeks enhance the heritage and cultural resources of the three counties.
N.º 9 / 2021
Life outside the canon -
Hommage to Foteini Vlachou (1975-2017)
Joana Cunhal Leal (IHA/NOVA FCSH)
Mariana Pinto dos Santos (IHA/NOVA FCSH)
Begoña Farré Torras (IHA/NOVA FCSH)
Revista de História da Arte - Serie W, issue 9, is the result of the international conference Art in the Periphery - hommage to Foteini Vlachou, which took place between 14 and 16 March 2019, organized by the IHA and the IHC of NOVA FCSH. In addition to the thematic dossier, which brings together seven articles by authors participating in the conference, this publication also includes an essay by Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel and other relevant contributions. The diversity of the texts make this issue of RHA-W an important reference for reflecting on the idea of 'periphery', a key concept in Foteini Vlachou's work to think about Art History beyond the canon. The journal's title retrieves the subtitle of the research network created by Vlachou for the work on the periphery: Art in the Periphery - Life outside the canon.