Ines Katenhusen

Über den Autor

Ines Katenhusen is associate professor at the Institute of Political Sciences, University of Hannover. As such, she is the coordinator of the interdisciplinary Masters program in European Studies and, among other subjects, teaches the history of European integration in the twentieth century. Her dissertation on arts and politics in the 1920ies was published in 1998. Since 2000, she has been working on the German-American art historian and museum director Alexander Dorner. In this context, she has been awarded several research fellowships by US-American and German institutions, such as the Fritz Thyssen Foundation, the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies/DAAD/Johns Hopkins University, the Fulbright Commission, the German Historical Institute, Washington, and the Terra Foundation for American Arts/John F. Kennedy-Institut für Nordamerikastudien, FU Berlin. In spring 2005, she has been guest professor at the Université de Paris 7. Articles and essays on Dorner have been published in German, US-American as well as French and Russian journals and books. Recent articles also include art historical, cultural historical, and urban historical issues. Furthermore, she has published on various issues of European history.

PUBLIKATIONEN

Ralf Adelmann / Andreas Fahr / Ines Katenhusen / Nic Leonhardt / Dimitri Liebsch (Hrsg.)
Visual Culture Revisited

Gibt es eine visuelle Kultur oder nur visuelle Kulturen? Auf der einen Seite ist es unzweifelhaft, dass Bilder keine isolierte Existenz besitzen und daher auch nicht allein aus sich heraus verstanden werden können. Sie sind vielmehr Bestandteil von Praktiken und eingebettet in Institutionen; und dies ist die Gemeinsamkeit, die es ...

 
 
 
 
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