Sunday, 4 March 2012

THE INTERNATIONAL DADA ARCHIVE


THE INTERNATIONAL DADA ARCHIVE

http://sdrc.lib.uiowa.edu/dada/dadaists/index.html


Information on Individual Dadaists

The International Dada Archive focuses its collection and study on the following individuals.  The links from individual names below emphasize resources and publications of the International Dada Archive and the University of Iowa Libraries.
Louis AragonViking EggelingIliazdKurt Schwitters
Celine ArnaudCarl EinsteinMarcel JancoArthur Segal
Walter Conrad ArensbergPaul EluardMatthew JosephsonFranz Seiwert
Jean (Hans) ArpMax ErnstFranz JungWalter Serner
Johannes BaaderJulius EvolaMina LoyCharles Sheeler
Johannes BaargeldEdgar Firn (Diamonides)Man RayPhilippe Soupault
Hugo BallTheodore FraenkelWalter MehringChristof Spengemann
Erwin BlumenfeldElsa Von Freytag-LoringhovenAgnes MeyerJoseph Stella
André BretonSalomo Friedlaender (Mynona)Ljubomir MicicAlfred Stieglitz
Serge CharchouneJefim GolyscheffPaul Van OstaijenSophie Taeuber-Arp
Paul CitroenOtto GrossClément PansaersJan Tschichold
John CovertGeorge GroszBenjamin PéretTristan Tzara
Arthur CravanMarsden HartleyFrancis PicabiaJacques Vaché
Jean CrottiRaoul HausmannAdya van ReesHendrik Nicolaas Werkman
Charles DemuthJohn HeartfieldOtto van ReesAdolf Wolff
Otto DixEmmy HenningsGeorges Ribemont-DessaignesBeatrice Wood
Theo Van DoesburgWieland HerzfeldeHans RichterMarius de Zayas
Arthur Garfield DoveHannah HöchAlfred Sauermann
Katherine S. DreierAngelika HoerleChristian Schad
Marcel DuchampHeinrich HoerleMorton L. Schamberg
Suzanne DuchampRichard HuelsenbeckRudolf Schlichter



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Links and Guides to Other Resourses

The list below provides links to museums, archives, and other institutions dedicated to the study of Dada or to the work of individual Dadaists.


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  DADASUR
http://ir.uiowa.edu/dadasur/
Dada/Surrealism is pleased to invite submissions for two forthcoming special numbers:
Dada, Surrealism, and Romania (Editors: Monique Yaari and Timothy Shipe). Details
“Wonderful Things”: Surrealism and Egypt (Guest editors: Patricia Allmer and Donna Roberts). Details
Dada/Surrealism is an interdisciplinary journal publishing critical essays, bibliographies, book reviews, and primary documents on the Dada and Surrealist movements. Submissions are encouraged from scholars in Art History, Literature, Film Studies, Theater Arts, and a variety of other disciplines. We are especially receptive to contributions that use interdisciplinary techniques, reexamine basic concepts, or raise theoretical issues of contemporary interest.
Dada/Surrealism began publication in 1971 as the journal of the Association for the Study of Dada and Surrealism, an allied organization of the Modern Language Association. Issued in print from 1971 to 1990, numbers 1-9 were published chiefly at Queens College under the editorship of Mary Ann Caws, and numbers 10-18 were published at the University of Iowa under the joint editorship of Mary Ann Caws and Rudolf E. Kuenzli.
Dada/Surrealism is now being revived as a peer-reviewed, open-access electronic journal sponsored by the Association for the Study of Dada and Surrealism and published by the International Dada Archive, University of Iowa Libraries. An initial call for contributions is planned for Fall of 2010 with the aim of resuming an annual publication schedule in 2011.
The complete contents of numbers 1-18 are listed on this website, but for a variety of reasons, only selected articles are available here as full-text documents. Back issues of the print journal are available for purchase.
The print journal was indexed in:

  • B.H.A. Bibliography of the History of Art
  • M.L.A. International Bibliography (Online)
  • Periodicals Index Online
  • 1 comment:

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