Dr Jim Berryman

  • University Lecturer (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: 10.

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) 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)

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 Fri Oct 7 03:39:45 2022 BST.
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Number of items: 10.

Articles

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. (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 Fri Oct 7 03:39:45 2022 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