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For each proposal for the 36th Congress of German Art Historians in Stuttgart, you can submit an exposé limited to 2,500 characters (incl. spaces) via this application form. Please include a short biographical note (max. 10 lines) in tabular form. You may also submit up to five main areas of research and the titles of five published works.

The deadline for all submissions is 17 June 2020, 18:00 CET

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I am a member of the Association of German Art Historians.

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(max. 10 lines, chronologically from oldest to newest, indicated by full years)

Examples of specifying a period:
"2014", "since 2005", "2010-2018" 

Examples of an entry:

  • Studies in art history, German literature, philosophy in Munich and Berlin (thesis: »Forms of communication in the 15th century – the Volckamer Epitaph by Veit Stoss«)
  • PhD at the University of Hamburg (»Genealogy as monument and argument. The contribution of dynastic monuments to the formation of political space in the modern age«)
  • Scientific Assistant, curator, (Visiting) Professor at the University of Stuttgart / at the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden

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Examples:
"German Painting of the 19th Century", "Art and Cultural Policy in the Time of National Socialism" or "History and Theory of Photography"

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(max. 5, one publication per entry)

Please use the following scheme:

  • Monographs: (Hg. mit Markus Rath und Jörg Trempler) Das haptische Bild. Körperhafte Bilderfahrung in der Neuzeit (Actus et Imago. Berliner Schriften zur Bildaktforschung 7), Berlin 2013.
  • Essays: Himmel und Goldgrund. Konkurrierende Systeme in der Malerei um 1500, in: Yannis Hadjinicolaou, Joris van Gastel und Markus Rath (Hgg.): Paragone als Mitstreit (Actus et Imago. Berliner Schriften zur Bildaktforschung 11), Berlin 2013, S. 119–139.

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Your entry will only be sent to us if you click the “submit” button at the bottom of this page. You should then receive a short confirmation via e-mail.

All proposals will be collected and sent to the supervisors of the panels. Papers will be chosen during a joint meeting of the session chairs, the members of the executive committee and the local committee at mid-July.