Publikationen

Die folgenden Publikationen haben die Art Histories Fellows im Zusammenhang mit ihrem Fellowship und dem von ihnen verfolgten Forschungsprojekt während des Aufenthalts in Berlin beim Programm Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices sowie unsere Mitarbeitenden und das Programm selbst veröffentlicht. 

Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices & CAHIM - Programs and Fellows 2015-2016
(Broschüre über die Arbeit der Programme und der Fellows)

Abreu, Maria José de: "The Byzantine Icon in the Era of Electronic Media." TRAFO Blog of the Forum Transregionale Studien and the Max Weber Foundation (2014).

Adam, Ahmed: “Human Settlements in the Central Sudan - Case study Aba Island.” Nyame Akuma Journal (2016, forthcoming).

Adam, Ahmed: “A Project for a Museum of Heritage and Culture on Aba Island – Sudan: Reality and Ambition.“ Adab Journal of the University of Khartoum (2016, forthcoming).

Akhtar, Saima/ Colmenares, David H.: "The Slaving Port of Ouidah and Monumental Discourse around the Atlantic Perimeter." From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo. The Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Blog. Ed. Baader, Hannah (2016).

Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices: "Translative Textiles. Interview with Yves Kpede." From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo. The Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Blog. Ed. Baader, Hannah (2016).

Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices: "There is an Earthquake in your Mind when you See the Art. Interview with Marie-Cécile Zinsou." From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo. The Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Blog. Ed. Baader, Hannah (2016).

Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices: "Bibliography. From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo." From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo. The Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Blog. Ed. Baader, Hannah (2016).

Baader, Hannah (Ed.): "From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo." The Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Blog (2016).

Baader, Hannah: "Introduction: Why Benin?" From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo. The Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Blog. Ed. Baader, Hannah (2016).

Balaram, Rakhee: "With the Void, Full Powers: Anish Kapoor and the Venice Biennale of 1990", British Art Studies, Issue 3, July 2016.

Balaram, Rakhee: "Revolutionary Poetics: Rakhee Balaram Reviews the 2015 Istanbul Biennial", Art India, Vol XX, Issue II, Quarter II, March 2016 Issue, pp. 40-44.

Balaram, Rakhee: "House Divided: A Cultural Reshaping of Partition in Contemporary Times", This Night Bitten Dawn catalogue, curated by Salima Hashmi. Gujral Foundation and Devi Art Foundation, New Delhi, 2017.

Buccellati, F. “Perception in Palatial Architecture: The Case of the AP Palace at Urkesh.” In Palaces in the Ancient Near East and Egypt, edited by M. Bietak and P Matthiae. CAENL, n.d. (in preparation)

Buccellati, F. “Social Space and Authorship in Palatial Architecture: The Palace of Tupkish at Urkesh.” In Der Palast Im Antiken Und Islamischen Orient, edited by D. Wicke. Harrassowitz, n.d. (in preparation)

Colmenares, David H./ Akhtar, Saima: "The Slaving Port of Ouidah and Monumental Discourse around the Atlantic Perimeter." From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo. The Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Blog. Ed. Baader, Hannah (2016).

Elshahed, Mohamed/ Roy Choudhury, Priyani: "Constructions of Islam in Contemporary West Africa." From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo. The Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Blog. Ed. Baader, Hannah (2016).

Elshahed, Mohamed: "Regal Cinema and Mumbai’s Art Deco." TRAFO Blog of the Forum Transregionale Studien and the Max Weber Foundation (2014).

Firouzeh, Peyvand: ‘Love Burns: Practice, history and social meanings of burn marks on Sufi bodies, 1500-1900’, Fragmented Bodies: Visualizing body parts in the material cultures of Asia, Firouzeh, P., Parikh, R., Ramos, I. (eds.). (2019)
 
Firouzeh, Peyvand: ‘Scribing and Inscribing for the Sufis; tomb of Shāh Khalīlullāh Kermānī in the fifteenth-century Bidar’ in Iran and the Deccan: Persianate Art, Culture, and Talent in Circulation, c. 1400-1700, Overton, Keelan (ed.), Indiana University Press. (2017)
 
Firouzeh, Peyvand: ‘The Niʿmat’ullāhī Sufi Order in the Fifteenth Century: Institutionalisation and Patronage of Architecture’, in Shi’ism and Sufism in Early Modern and Modern Times: Historical Relations and Confreric Developments, Terrier, Mathieu and Herman, Denis (eds.). (2017)
 
Firouzeh, Peyvand: ‘Al-Muqaddasi’s Ahsan al-Taqasim fi Maʿrifat al-Aqalim and its contribution to the Study of Architectural History in the Tenth Century’, Studies on the Iranian World II: Medieval and Modern, A. Krasnowolska, R. Rusek-Kowalska (eds), Jagiellonian University Press, Krakow 2015, 241-254.
 
Firouzeh, Peyvand: ‘Sacred Kingship in the Garden of Poetry; Aḥmad Shāh Bahmanī’s tomb in Bidar (India)’, in Divine Intervention: The Role of Religion and Ritual in South Asian visual culture, Parikh, Rachel, and Ramos, Imma (eds.), Journal of the British Association of South Asian Studies, October 2015, 187-214.

Geisler, Philip: "Halting in a Space of Total Movement: Politics and Spatial Orders at Tegel Airport." TRAFO Blog of the Forum Transregionale Studien and the Max Weber Foundation (2014).

Gnonhouevi, David: "La Récupération dans l'Art Contemporain Béninois de 1990 à 2012" From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo. The Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Blog. Ed. Baader, Hannah (2016).

Gupty, Atreyee: "A Vertiginous Abstraction (India, ca. 1947-1968)", Third Text, Special Issue on Partition. (2017, forthcoming)

Gupta, Atreyee: "After Bandung: Transactibg the Nation in a Postcolonial World", in Postwar - Art between the Pacific and Atlantic 1945 - 1965, Exh. Cat., Haus der Kunst, München, 2016 (Köln: Walther König, 2016), 632-637

Gupta, Atreyee: "The Global, The Local, The Contemporary, The Collaborative", in Rethinking Place in South Asian and Islamic Art, 1500-Present, edited by Deborah Hutton and Rebecca Brown, (London and New York: Routledge, 2016), 78-93

Gupta, Atreyee/ Rodatus, Verena: "Cyprien Tokoudagba and Dominique Kouas: Querying the Place of the 'Vernacular' in Contemporary Béninois Visual Arts." From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo. The Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Blog. Ed. Baader, Hannah (2016).

Gupta, Atreyee: “Belatedness and Simultaneity: A Short History of Photography from India.” Postdate: Photography and Inherited History in India. Exh. Cat., San Jose Museum of Art, 2015. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2015. 24-35.

Gupta, Atreyee: “Kitchen Conversations.” Prajakta Potnis: Store in a Cool and Dry Place. Exh. Cat., Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, 2014. Bönen: Verlag Kettler, 2014. 52-57.

Jarman, Lucy: "Bombay in Bloom: Urban Space, Territory and Colonial Gardening." TRAFO Blog of the Forum Transregionale Studien and the Max Weber Foundation (2014).

Jarman, Lucy: "Heda's Hydra: On the enigmatic hydra motif on Chinese blue and white porcelains, as in Willem Claesz Heda's still life of 1638." Aziatische Kunst 46, 1 (2016) : 10-18.

Kale, Gül: “Visual and Bodily Memory of an Ottoman Architect: Traveling on Pilgrimage and Trade Routes in the Middle East.” (forthcoming peer-reviewed article in an edited volume, Gingko Library Publications)

Kale, Gül: “Intersections between the Architect’s Cubit, Science of Surveying, and Social Practices in Cafer Efendi’s Early Modern Book on Ottoman Architecture” (forthcoming peer-reviewed article in Muqarnas)

Kale, Gül: Review of the “Historians of Islamic Art Conference” in Toronto, 2014, International Journal of Islamic Architecture, Vol. 5, Issue 1, 2016.

Kale, Gül: Review of “Risale-i Mimariyye: An Early-Seventeenth Century Ottoman Treatise on Architecture” edited with an introduction by Howard Crane, Brill, 2014, International Journal of Turkish Studies, Vol. 21 (nos. 1 & 2), 2015.

Kaligotla, Subhashini: Saved by the Book: How I Warmed up to Berlin, Part One & Part Two

Kaligotla, Subhashini: Beyond Borderland: Claiming a Conceptual Space for Early Deccan Buildings, Getty Research Journal, no. 8 (2016): 1-16.

Kaligotla, Subhashini: A Temple Without a Name: Deccan Architecture and the Canon for Indian Sacred Buildings, in Constructed Canons: Objects and Values in Global Perspective, edited by Larry Silver, Kevin Terraciano (Getty Publications, forthcoming).

Khera, Dipti: “Arrivals at Distant Lands: Travels of Epistolary Objects, Merchants and Monks in the Indian Ocean Littoral,” in Intersections: Yearbook for Early Modern Studies (Special Issue: The Global Republic of Sacred Things: The Circulation of Religious Art in the Early Modern World), edited by Christine Goettler and Mia Mochizuki. Leiden: Brill Publications, (forthcoming in 2017)

Khera, Dipti: “Jagvilasa: Picturing Worlds of Pleasure and Power in Eighteenth-Century Udaipur Painting," In A Magic World: New Visions of Indian Painting (In Tribute to Ananda Coomaraswamy's Rajput Painting of 1916), edited by Molly Emma Aitken (Mumbai: Marg Publications, December 2016)

Khera Dipti: “Marginal, Mobile, Multilayered: Painted Invitation Letters as Bazaar Objects in Early Modern India,” Journal18, issue 1 (Spring 2016), http://www.journal18.org/527

Kynan-Wilson, William/ Munns, J. M.: “An Introduction to Henry of Blois.” Henry of Blois: Patron, Prelate, Prince. Eds. W. Kynan-Wilson/ J. M. Munns. Suffolk: Boydell & Brewer, 2017 (forthcoming).

Kynan-Wilson, William : “The role of romanitas in Henry of Blois’ persona.” Henry of Blois: Patron, Prelate, Prince. Eds. Kynan-Wilson, W./ Munns, J. M. Suffolk: Boydell & Brewer, 2017 (forthcoming).

Kynan-Wilson, William: “The role of romanitas in William of Malmesbury’s historical writings.” Discovering William of Malmesbury. Eds. Thomson, R. M./ Winkler, E./ Dolmans, E. Suffolk: Boydell & Brewer, 2017 (forthcoming).

Kynan-Wilson, William: “Remembering Constantinople: Early Images of the Ottoman World.” Cornucopia 54 (2016, forthcoming).

Kynan-Wilson, William: “Stories and Storytellers: The Naming of Textiles in West Africa.” From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo. The Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Blog. Ed. Baader, Hannah (2016).

Kynan-Wilson, William: “A Turkish Souvenir: The Dryden Album and Anglo-Ottoman Relations.” Trinity College Library Blog (2016, forthcoming).

Kynan-Wilson, William: “Review of Kim M. Phillips, Before Orientalism: Asian Peoples and Cultures in European Travel Writing, 1245-1510." The Medieval Review (2015). 

Kynan-Wilson, William: “Review of The Sultan’s World: The Ottoman Orient in Renaissance Art.” The Burlington Magazine 157 (2015) : 640.

Kynan-Wilson, William: “Review of Stephen Murray, Plotting Gothic (Chicago: 2015).” The Journal of the British Archaeological Association 167 (2015) : 252-254.

Kynan-Wilson, William: “Review of The Sultan’s World: The Ottoman Orient in Renaissance Art (BOZARS, Brussels, 27 February-31 May 2015).” Turkish Historical Review 6 (2015) : 220-225.

Kynan-Wilson, William: “Review of Haydn Williams, Turquerie: An Eighteenth-Century European Fantasy (London: 2014).” Cornucopia 53 (2015) : 31-33.

McSweeney, Anna: "'Versions and Visions of the Alhambra in the Nineteenth Century Ottoman World'." West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design, History, and Material Culture 22 (2015) : 44-69. 

McSweeney, Anna: "'Arthur von Gwinner und die Alhambra-Kuppel'." Wie die Islamische Kunst nach Berlin Kam. Der Sammler und Museumsdirektor Friedrich Sarre. Eds. Gonnella, Julia/ Kröger, Jens. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag GmbH, 2015. 89-102.

Nakashima, Roxana: “La presencia inglesa en las costas de la Mar del Sur durante las últimas décadas del siglo XVI: ¿una amenaza espiritual en América?” Conocer el Pacífico: exploraciones, imágenes y formación de sociedades oceánicas. Eds. Bernabeu Albert, Salvador/ Mena García, Carmen/ Luque Azcona, Emilio José. Sevilla: Universidad de Sevilla, 2015. 121-148.

Nakashima, Roxana/ Oliveto, Guillermina: “Las informaciones de méritos y servicios y el imperio global de Felipe II a través de la trayectoria de Francisco Arias de Herrera.” Revista Electrónica de Fuentes y Archivos del Centro de Estudios Históricos 5 (2014) : 120-128.

Ray, Sugata: "Whose Religion? Whose Speech? Whose Freedom?" TRAFO Blog of the Forum Transregionale Studien and the Max Weber Foundation (2014). 

Rodatus, Verena/ Gupta, Atreyee: "Cyprien Tokoudagba and Dominique Kouas: Querying the Place of the 'Vernacular' in Contemporary Béninois Visual Arts." From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo. The Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Blog. Ed. Baader, Hannah (2016).

Roy Choudhury, Priyani/ Elshahed, Mohamed: "Constructions of Islam in Contemporary West Africa." From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo. The Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Blog. Ed. Baader, Hannah (2016).

Tchibozo, Romuald: "L’ex-RDA et les pays africains: entre légitimation artistique et solidarité idéologique, le cas du musée ethnographique de Leipzig." TRAFO Blog of the Forum Transregionale Studien and the Max Weber Foundation (2014).

Weinryb, Ittai: The Bronze Object in the Middle Ages. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016.