1407 results, 523 results in section Mediathek

    Neville Rowley

    ESSEC Business School and at the Sorbonne in Paris where he received his doctorate in art history with a ESSEC Business School and at the Sorbonne in Paris where he received his doctorate in art history with a

    Ndongo Samba Sylla

    Colonial Currency: A History of the Franc CFA together with Fanny Pigeaud (2021). He holds a PhD from the Colonial Currency: A History of the Franc CFA together with Fanny Pigeaud (2021). He holds a PhD from the

    Oxana Timofeeva

    to Love a Homeland (2020), History of Animals (2018) and Introduction to the Erotic Philosophy of to Love a Homeland (2020), History of Animals (2018) and Introduction to the Erotic Philosophy of

    Alexandra Hui

    Alexandra Hui is Associate Professor at the Department of History at Mississippi State University Alexandra Hui is Associate Professor at the Department of History at Mississippi State University

    Paz Guevara

    contributed to the public programs of A History of Limits (2016), Past Disquiet (2016), and De-Centering contributed to the public programs of A History of Limits (2016), Past Disquiet (2016), and De-Centering

    René Aguigah

    Deutschlandfunk and Deutschlandfunk Kultur. After studying history, philosophy and journalism, he wrote for the Deutschlandfunk and Deutschlandfunk Kultur. After studying history, philosophy and journalism, he wrote for the

    Başak Ertür

    investigates legal performativity, the entanglements of law and violence, law’s history and memory-work, and investigates legal performativity, the entanglements of law and violence, law’s history and memory-work, and

    Viktoria Tkaczyk

    Viktoria Tkaczyk is Professor of the History of Knowledge of Acoustics at the Humboldt-Universität Viktoria Tkaczyk is Professor of the History of Knowledge of Acoustics at the Humboldt-Universität

    Anna Zett

    on personal and political encounters with concrete images from modernism and the history of science on personal and political encounters with concrete images from modernism and the history of science

    T-INA Darling

    , seriality and re-representation, which were developed in the context of the history of “Black culture” and , seriality and re-representation, which were developed in the context of the history of “Black culture” and

    Heide Rezepa-Zabel

    Heide Rezepa-Zabel is a diamond appraiser and gemologist. She studied Art History and Business Heide Rezepa-Zabel is a diamond appraiser and gemologist. She studied Art History and Business

    Helena de Laurens

    Centre Pompidou.De Laurens holds university degrees in modern literature and cultural history. Centre Pompidou.De Laurens holds university degrees in modern literature and cultural history.

    Eva Bentcheva

    Eva Bentcheva is an art historian and curator. She holds a Ph.D. in Art History from the School of Eva Bentcheva is an art historian and curator. She holds a Ph.D. in Art History from the School of

    Gulzat Egemberdieva

    PhD program at Humboldt University. Her research focuses on pre-Soviet and Soviet cultural history in PhD program at Humboldt University. Her research focuses on pre-Soviet and Soviet cultural history in

    Ingrid Kraus

    Communication and History of Art and Architecture of Brazil, as well as Cultures of the Curatorial at the Communication and History of Art and Architecture of Brazil, as well as Cultures of the Curatorial at the

    Carlos Kong

    Carlos Kong is a writer and art historian based in Berlin. He is a PhD candidate in Art History at Carlos Kong is a writer and art historian based in Berlin. He is a PhD candidate in Art History at

    Contributors: Yayra Sumah

    Yayra Sumah is a PhD candidate at Columbia University. She researches Congolese (DRC) history, the Yayra Sumah is a PhD candidate at Columbia University. She researches Congolese (DRC) history, the

    Contributors: Nasrin Tabatabai

    between history, archive, technology and the practice of art. Their works have been exhibited between history, archive, technology and the practice of art. Their works have been exhibited

    Contributors: Charlotte Wiedemann

    History and Representation: Who’s Telling Whose Story? History and Representation: Who’s Telling Whose Story?

    Contributors: Claudia Wedepohl

    Claudia Wedepohl is the archivist of the Warburg Institute. She studied Art History and Italian Claudia Wedepohl is the archivist of the Warburg Institute. She studied Art History and Italian

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