Dr Jim Berryman

  • Affiliate (Information Studies)

Biography

Jim Berryman is a Lecturer in Information Studies, School of Humanities at the University of Glasgow. He has a PhD in art history from the Australian National University.

Publications

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Number of items: 28.

2024

Berryman, J. (2024) Creativity and style in GAN and AI art: Some art-historical reflections. Philosophy and Technology, (Accepted for Publication)

Berryman, J. (2024) Too close to nature: on the representational problems of death masks and life casts. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, (doi: 10.1093/jaac/kpae009) (Early Online Publication)

2023

Berryman, J. (2023) Wollheim on art's historicity: an intersection of theoretical art history and the philosophy of art. British Journal of Aesthetics, (doi: 10.1093/aesthj/ayad024) (Early Online Publication)

2022

Berryman, J. (2022) Frederick Antal and the Marxist challenge to art history. History of the Human Sciences, 35(2), pp. 55-76. (doi: 10.1177/09526951211003779)

Berryman, J. (2022) V. Gordon Childe and Arnold Hauser on the social origins of the artist. Thesis Eleven, 168(1), pp. 21-36. (doi: 10.1177/07255136211053384)

2021

Berryman, J. (2021) Bernard Smith and Robert Hughes: A critical dialogue. Journal of Art Historiography, 25,

2020

Berryman, J. (2020) Human remains as documents: implications for repatriation. Journal of Documentation, 76(1), pp. 258-270. (doi: 10.1108/JD-04-2019-0060)

2019

Berryman, J. (2019) A comparison of the German and Russian literary intelligentsia in Arnold Hauser’s Social History of Art. Studies in East European Thought, 71, pp. 141-155. (doi: 10.1007/s11212-019-09327-4)

2018

Berryman, J. (2018) The Blockbuster’s ‘Alibi’: The Exhibition Catalogue and Legitimacy. The Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference 2018, Melbourne, Australia, 5-7 December 2018.

Berryman, J. (2018) Art as document: on conceptual art and documentation. Journal of Documentation, 74(6), pp. 1149-1161. (doi: 10.1108/JD-01-2018-0010)

2017

Berryman, J. (2017) Gombrich’s critique of Hauser’s Social History of Art. History of European Ideas, 43(5), pp. 494-506. (doi: 10.1080/01916599.2017.1373372)

Berryman, J. (2017) The theme of civilization in Manning Clark’s History of Australia. History Australia, 14(1), pp. 82-98. (doi: 10.1080/14490854.2017.1286706)

Berryman, J. and Stone, C. (2017) Australian national anthologies: A study of poems and poets. Journal of Australian Studies, 41(1), pp. 47-64. (doi: 10.1080/14443058.2016.1272477)

2016

Berryman, J. (2016) Breaking fresh ground: New Impulses in Australian Poetry, an anthology. Queensland Review, 23(2), pp. 246-257. (doi: 10.1017/qre.2016.32)

Berryman, J. (2016) The young Menzies: the student and legal notebooks of Robert Menzies. University of Melbourne Collections, 19, pp. 9-15.

Berryman, J. (2016) Documenting art: Bernard Smith, academic art history and the role of the curator. In: Anderson, J., Marshall, C. R. and Yip, A. (eds.) The Legacies of Bernard Smith : Essays on Australian Art, History and Cultural Politics. Power Publications. ISBN 9780994306432

Berryman, J. (2016) Nationalism, Britishness and the ‘souring’ of Australian national art. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 44(4), pp. 573-591. (doi: 10.1080/03086534.2016.1210250)

Berryman, J. (2016) The colour treatment: a convergence of art and medicine at the Red Cross Russell Lea Nerve Home. Health and History, 18(1), pp. 5-21. (doi: 10.5401/healthhist.18.1.0005)

2015

Berryman, J. (2015) Civilisation: a concept and its uses in Australian public discourse. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 61(4), pp. 591-605. (doi: 10.1111/ajph.12121)

2014

Berryman, J. (2014) The rhetoric of the new: The Field and the foundations of an institutional avant-garde in Australia. Journal of Australian Studies, 38(3), pp. 331-344. (doi: 10.1080/14443058.2014.925956)

Berryman, J. (2014) Bernard Smith's Formalesque and the end of the history of art. Thesis Eleven, 123(1), pp. 3-16. (doi: 10.1177/0725513614543429)

Stone, C. and Berryman, J. (2014) Making personal libraries accessible: the example of the Robert Menzies collection. Australian Library Journal, 63(3), pp. 238-246. (doi: 10.1080/00049670.2014.915499)

Berryman, J. (2014) Menzies on Tour: Travelling with Robert Menzies, 1950-1959. [Website]

Berryman, J. (2014) Visual Arts. [Website]

2013

Berryman, J. (2013) Art and national interest: the diplomatic origins of the "blockbuster exhibition" in Australia. Journal of Australian Studies, 37(2), pp. 159-173. (doi: 10.1080/14443058.2013.781052)

Stone, C. and Berryman, J. (2013) The Robert Menzies Collection at the University of Melbourne. University of Melbourne Collections, 12, pp. 45-50.

Berryman, J. (2013) The Robert Menzies Collection: A Living Library. [Website]

2012

Berryman, J. (2012) Exhibiting Western Desert Aboriginal painting in Australia’s public galleries: an institutional analysis, 1981-2002. Journal of Art Historiography, 7,

This list was generated on Wed May 22 13:36:08 2024 BST.
Number of items: 28.

Articles

Berryman, J. (2024) Creativity and style in GAN and AI art: Some art-historical reflections. Philosophy and Technology, (Accepted for Publication)

Berryman, J. (2024) Too close to nature: on the representational problems of death masks and life casts. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, (doi: 10.1093/jaac/kpae009) (Early Online Publication)

Berryman, J. (2023) Wollheim on art's historicity: an intersection of theoretical art history and the philosophy of art. British Journal of Aesthetics, (doi: 10.1093/aesthj/ayad024) (Early Online Publication)

Berryman, J. (2022) Frederick Antal and the Marxist challenge to art history. History of the Human Sciences, 35(2), pp. 55-76. (doi: 10.1177/09526951211003779)

Berryman, J. (2022) V. Gordon Childe and Arnold Hauser on the social origins of the artist. Thesis Eleven, 168(1), pp. 21-36. (doi: 10.1177/07255136211053384)

Berryman, J. (2021) Bernard Smith and Robert Hughes: A critical dialogue. Journal of Art Historiography, 25,

Berryman, J. (2020) Human remains as documents: implications for repatriation. Journal of Documentation, 76(1), pp. 258-270. (doi: 10.1108/JD-04-2019-0060)

Berryman, J. (2019) A comparison of the German and Russian literary intelligentsia in Arnold Hauser’s Social History of Art. Studies in East European Thought, 71, pp. 141-155. (doi: 10.1007/s11212-019-09327-4)

Berryman, J. (2018) Art as document: on conceptual art and documentation. Journal of Documentation, 74(6), pp. 1149-1161. (doi: 10.1108/JD-01-2018-0010)

Berryman, J. (2017) Gombrich’s critique of Hauser’s Social History of Art. History of European Ideas, 43(5), pp. 494-506. (doi: 10.1080/01916599.2017.1373372)

Berryman, J. (2017) The theme of civilization in Manning Clark’s History of Australia. History Australia, 14(1), pp. 82-98. (doi: 10.1080/14490854.2017.1286706)

Berryman, J. and Stone, C. (2017) Australian national anthologies: A study of poems and poets. Journal of Australian Studies, 41(1), pp. 47-64. (doi: 10.1080/14443058.2016.1272477)

Berryman, J. (2016) Breaking fresh ground: New Impulses in Australian Poetry, an anthology. Queensland Review, 23(2), pp. 246-257. (doi: 10.1017/qre.2016.32)

Berryman, J. (2016) The young Menzies: the student and legal notebooks of Robert Menzies. University of Melbourne Collections, 19, pp. 9-15.

Berryman, J. (2016) Nationalism, Britishness and the ‘souring’ of Australian national art. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 44(4), pp. 573-591. (doi: 10.1080/03086534.2016.1210250)

Berryman, J. (2016) The colour treatment: a convergence of art and medicine at the Red Cross Russell Lea Nerve Home. Health and History, 18(1), pp. 5-21. (doi: 10.5401/healthhist.18.1.0005)

Berryman, J. (2015) Civilisation: a concept and its uses in Australian public discourse. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 61(4), pp. 591-605. (doi: 10.1111/ajph.12121)

Berryman, J. (2014) The rhetoric of the new: The Field and the foundations of an institutional avant-garde in Australia. Journal of Australian Studies, 38(3), pp. 331-344. (doi: 10.1080/14443058.2014.925956)

Berryman, J. (2014) Bernard Smith's Formalesque and the end of the history of art. Thesis Eleven, 123(1), pp. 3-16. (doi: 10.1177/0725513614543429)

Stone, C. and Berryman, J. (2014) Making personal libraries accessible: the example of the Robert Menzies collection. Australian Library Journal, 63(3), pp. 238-246. (doi: 10.1080/00049670.2014.915499)

Berryman, J. (2013) Art and national interest: the diplomatic origins of the "blockbuster exhibition" in Australia. Journal of Australian Studies, 37(2), pp. 159-173. (doi: 10.1080/14443058.2013.781052)

Stone, C. and Berryman, J. (2013) The Robert Menzies Collection at the University of Melbourne. University of Melbourne Collections, 12, pp. 45-50.

Berryman, J. (2012) Exhibiting Western Desert Aboriginal painting in Australia’s public galleries: an institutional analysis, 1981-2002. Journal of Art Historiography, 7,

Book Sections

Berryman, J. (2016) Documenting art: Bernard Smith, academic art history and the role of the curator. In: Anderson, J., Marshall, C. R. and Yip, A. (eds.) The Legacies of Bernard Smith : Essays on Australian Art, History and Cultural Politics. Power Publications. ISBN 9780994306432

Conference or Workshop Item

Berryman, J. (2018) The Blockbuster’s ‘Alibi’: The Exhibition Catalogue and Legitimacy. The Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference 2018, Melbourne, Australia, 5-7 December 2018.

Website

Berryman, J. (2014) Menzies on Tour: Travelling with Robert Menzies, 1950-1959. [Website]

Berryman, J. (2014) Visual Arts. [Website]

Berryman, J. (2013) The Robert Menzies Collection: A Living Library. [Website]

This list was generated on Wed May 22 13:36:08 2024 BST.

Professional activities & recognition

Professional & learned societies

  • 2022: Member, CILIP - Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals
  • 2006: Associate, ALIA - Australian Library and Information Association
  • 2012: Member, AAANZ - Art Association of Australia and New Zealand