Grappling with things


Grappling with things: Mission Preparation

The EUI Visual and Material History Working Group hosts its annual workshop tailored to first year researchers to introduce approaches for working with visual and material sources in research. Are you wondering how to approach visual and material sources in your upcoming mission and research? How do you begin to write about them? This workshop […]

The Practical use of visual and material sources in a PhD thesis

The Visual and Material History Working Group is happy to invite you to its first session on 11th November. Have you ever wondered how to include visual and material sources in your research and writing? This workshop will act as an opportunity to share some useful tools, bibliography, and methodologies to start working with these types of […]

NEW WORKSHOP SERIES: Grappling with things

Have you ever wondered how to include visual and material sources in your research and writing? The Visual and Material History Working introduced in November 2021 a new format of workshops and informal coffees to create a space for exchange in dealing and including ‘objects’ in scholarly research.Our introductory workshop was held in Sala degli […]

WHAT IS VISUAL AND MATERIAL CULTURE AND HOW CAN I ENGAGE WITH IT?

On 25 September 2019 Meet & Discuss Session What is Visual and Material Culture and how can I engage with it? Have you always wondered how to bring visual and material sources into your research but don’t know where to start? Have you come across some interesting visual or material source in the course of […]