Art History in Vienna 1854-1938

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Art History in Vienna 1854-1938 – A colloquium

  • 1 Oct 2009 — 4 Oct 2009

Vienna was arguably the most important centre for the development of art historical research until the Second World War. The ideas of its seminal thinkers are currently regaining interest for scholars concerned to investigate the foundations of their discipline. The colloquium is organized by Richard Woodfield (University of Glasgow) and speakers will include Hans Aurenhammer (Frankfurt), on his forthcoming book on Max Dvorak, Dorothea McEwan (London), on The Vienna School and the Warburg Institute, and Karl Johns (Los Angeles), on Julius von Schlosser. There will be a further 17 papers given by scholars from the UK, USA and Europe.

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University of Glasgow

Department of the History of Art
8 University Gardens
G12 8QH Glasgow