Areas of Activity#

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  • 15th- and 16th-century music and institutions in Imperial lands Go to
  • 17th century Antwerp art, and especially engraving Go to
  • 19th/20th century music history Go to
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  • 20th century music Go to
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  • Afro Brazilian music and culture Go to
  • Animal symbolicism (especially as regards the spider) Go to
  • Anthropology and sociology of music and culture Go to
  • anthropology of music Go to
  • Anthropology of music Go to
  • archaeology & early-medieval art history Go to
  • Architectural and urban theory Go to
  • Architectural books produced in Europe during the modern period Go to
  • architectural history Go to
  • architectural orientalism Go to
  • Architectural theories and practises, 16th-17th centuries Go to
  • Architecture in Southern Europe, 1925-1972 Go to
  • Art and Anthropology Go to
  • Art and media in Contemporary Italy Go to
  • Art and Mobility in Early Modern Times Go to
  • Art and neuroscience Go to
  • Art and Rhetoric in Antiquity and Early Modern Times Go to
  • Art and the reformation Go to
  • art & architecture Go to
  • Art Criticism and Theory Go to
  • (Arthistorical) Historiography (Early Modern Times) Go to
  • art history and theory Go to
  • art history historiography perception Go to
  • Art history in Europe and Northern America, 19th and 20st century, especially the history and theory of the historical Avant-Garde-movements in France, Italy and Germany Go to
  • art history, middle ages, iconology, cultural anthropology Go to
  • Art History - theory and history of the discipline Go to
  • Artists’ Nomadism Go to
  • Art of Early Modern Sweden (Renaissance and Baroque) Go to
  • Art of the early modern era Go to
  • Art of the Italian Renaissance (16th Century) Go to
  • Arts of the Christian communities of the Near East and Asia Go to
  • Art Theory (Early Modern) Go to
  • Art Theory (Early Modern Times) Go to
  • Astrological iconography Go to
  • Austrian baroque music Go to
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  • Bacchus and Christ Go to
  • Baroque festival culture Go to
  • Baroque Music in the age of Händel Go to
  • Beethoven (esp. late compositions, vocal music, creative process, musical network to contemporaries) Go to
  • Béla Bartók, with special stress on the complex investigation of primary sources in relation to the compositional process, to the genre stratification, and the authentic performance. Additional fields Go to
  • Burgundian Renaissance Go to
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  • churchmusic Go to
    • organ
    • liturgy
    • music history
  • Cognitive aspects of aurally transmitted music Go to
  • Cognitive research in art history Go to
  • Collection and patronage in the 17th century, especially by the Modena Estensi Go to
  • Colonization and Postcolonialism Go to
  • Combination of unstinting attentiveness to detail and wider interdisciplinary openness Go to
  • Community Planning Go to
  • Congrès Internationaux d'Architecture Moderne (CIAM) Go to
  • Connections between history of art and visual culture Go to
  • contemporary music, semiotics of music, terminology of music Go to
  • Contemporary Photography Go to
  • Cult-objects and religious materiality in the Middle Ages Go to
  • cultural anthropology, cultural studies, musicology Go to
  • Cultural history of music in Ireland Go to
  • Cultural production and cultural institutions Go to
  • Cultural Transfer and Music Go to
  • Curatorship and conservation of modern architecture Go to
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  • Decoration of European town-halls Go to
  • Decorative systems in Renaissance Art Go to
  • Developed notion of ‘historical-mindedness’ Go to
  • Digital design theory Go to
  • Digital Musicologies Go to
  • Dionysiac tradition Go to
  • Dynamics of cultural interaction in the arts of the Middle Ages Go to
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  • Early Gothic architecture in England Go to
  • Early Medieval music Go to
  • Early modern architecture Go to
  • early modern art history Go to
  • Early modern European art history Go to
  • Early modern images / art and global exchange Go to
  • Early music analysis Go to
  • Early Netherlandish, Flemish and Dutch Art Go to
  • Education and Formation of the Artist's Identity Go to
  • English,American music and Norwegian music Go to
  • English, French and Italian music of the 14th to 16th centuries Go to
  • English music of all periods Go to
  • Ethnomusicologist (Areas: Central Africa, Grece, Israel) Go to
  • ethnomusicology, musicology Go to
  • european art history Go to
  • European music of the later middle ages, c. 1300-1450 Go to
  • Exhibition / Curator Go to
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  • Francesco Cavalli's operas Go to
  • french history of music Go to
  • French mid to later nineteenth-century painting Go to
  • French painting of the 18th century Go to
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  • Gender and the visual arts Go to
  • Gender in iconography Go to
  • Grotesques in Renaissance Art Go to
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  • Heinrich Isaac (c. 1455-1517) and his contemporaries Go to
  • Heitor Villa-Lobos Go to
  • Hispano American urbanism and architecture Go to
  • historical musicology Go to
  • Historical musicology Go to
  • Historical performance Go to
  • Historigraphy of art Go to
  • Historiogaphy of music Go to
  • Historiography of Abstract Expressionism Go to
  • Historiography of art Go to
  • Historiography of art history and of connoisseurship Go to
  • Historiography of music(ology), c. 1800-present Go to
  • Historiography of Spanish music in the international context. Go to
  • Historiography of the Art History (Aby Warburg) Go to
  • History of abstraction Go to
  • History of Anglo-American musicology since 1945 Go to
  • History of architecture Go to
  • history of architecture Go to
  • History of Architecture Go to
  • History of architecture in Germany 19th and 20th century Go to
  • history of art & architecture Go to
  • History of art literature and art reception Go to
  • History of classical tradition and the vogue for classical and biblical subjects in art of the modern era (in recent times Psyche, king David, Triumphs) Go to
  • History of culture Go to
  • History of European architecture 19th and 20th century Go to
  • History of history of art Go to
  • History of images and image theory Go to
  • History of museums and of collections Go to
  • history of music: 18th­ - 19th centuries Go to
  • History of musical genres Go to
  • History of musical genres (motet, string quintet, sonata) Go to
  • history of music: Middle Ages Go to
  • history of music theory Go to
  • History of music theory (including reading and printing history, material texts) Go to
  • History of National Socialism Go to
  • History of perception of the work of art Go to
  • History of photography, prints, and painting (19th Century) Go to
  • History of Reconstruction Go to
  • History of the Modern Movement, Bauhaus, German Werkbund Go to
  • History of the rebuilding of Germany Go to
  • History of vocal music (both secular and sacred) in the long 19th century Go to
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  • Iconology and image anthropology Go to
  • Informal settlements and Urban informality Go to
  • Instrumental music of the late 18th and 19th centuries (Mendelssohn and Mozart in particular) Go to
  • Intangible Cultural Heritage Go to
  • Interdisciplinarity Go to
  • Interdisciplinary collaborations involve aspects of words and music, rhetoric and the non-verbal arts Go to
  • Interior decoration in the 16th and 17th centuries Go to
  • Interplay of music, words and images Go to
  • Irish art and architecture Go to
  • Italian Painting, 15th–17th century Go to
  • Italian poetry for Baroque vocal music Go to
  • Italian Renaissance and Baroque Painting Go to
  • Italian Renaissance Art Go to
  • Italian Renaissance art Go to
J
  • Josep Lluis Sert, Spanish architect who led the introduction of Modern urbanism in North America Go to
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  • Keyboard music up to the 18th century Go to
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  • Landscape history, with particular reference to Ian Hamilton Finlay Go to
  • Late Antique and Byzantine studies Go to
  • Late Medieval and Renaissance music: sources/media, musical life in central Europe, Josquin, Obrecht, Senfl, German composers around 1500 Go to
  • Latinamerican cultural studies Go to
  • Latin music theory of the 14th-16th centuries, especially in Central Europe. Go to
  • Life and works of Alessandro Stradella (1639-1682) Go to
  • liturgical chant studies Go to
  • Lute Music and Tablature notations Go to
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  • Magic and talisman in art Go to
  • Mediaeval painting Go to
  • Medieval and renaissance music Go to
  • Medieval and Renaissance music Go to
  • Medieval music notation, especially in Central Europe. Go to
  • Medieval music of all countries Go to
  • Mediterranean routes in painting around 1500 Go to
  • Mediterranean studies Go to
  • Methodology of art history Go to
  • Middle Eastern studies Go to
  • Modernism and Post-Modernism Go to
  • Modernity and music Go to
  • Modernity in architectural study Go to
  • Mozart's early operatic works before "Idomeneo" Go to
  • Music aesthetics and hermeneutics Go to
  • musical dramaturgy Go to
  • Musical editing, music philology Go to
  • musical historiography Go to
  • Musical Notation (especially in relation to theory, composition and performance) Go to
  • Music and confessionalisation Go to
  • Music and globalisation Go to
  • Music and musical ideas in the 19th century Go to
  • Music and politics Go to
  • Music and technology Go to
  • Music and theology during the Reformation Go to
  • Music as Intangible Cultural Heritage Go to
  • Music before 1600 (music and text, music and Humanism, music theory, historiography, source studies) Go to
  • Music between Late-Romanticism, Modernism and Postmodernism (especially Richard Strauss and his contemporaries) Go to
  • Music, digital media and mediation Go to
  • Music from 1450 to 1650, particularly in Italy Go to
  • Music Historiography and Early-Music Scholarship in the 19th and 20th centuries Go to
  • Music historiography Go to
  • Music historiography Go to
  • Music history of Early Modern Germany and Italy, and 19th-ct. France Go to
  • Music Iconography especially Caravaggio Go to
  • Music in Cinquecento Venice Go to
  • Music in Naples 15-19 centuries Go to
  • music in present-day Christian worship Go to
  • Music in the late 20th and 21st centuries Go to
  • Music in the late romantic/early modern period Go to
  • music in the Principality of Liège (from Middle Ages until Baroque Go to
  • Music in the Rhinelands Go to
  • Music in Tuscany (15th - 19th centuries) Go to
  • Music of pre-modern Europe Go to
  • Music of the 14th – 20th centuries with a focus on the music of the Renaissance and the 18th century Go to
  • Music of the 17th and 18th centuries Go to
  • Music of the Middle Ages Go to
  • Music of the Middle Ages, particularly Gregorian and post-Gregorian chant Go to
  • Music of Western Europe, 1150-1350 Go to
  • musicology and history of art and architecture Go to
  • musicology & history of art & architecture Go to
  • Music Patronage in Early Modern Italy Go to
  • Music source-studies and text criticism Go to
  • music textual criticism Go to
  • Music theory and analysis Go to
  • Music theory and analysis Go to
  • Music theory, counterpoint, analysis, musica ficta, text-setting, and other issues that bridge notation and performance in early music, descriptions of new sources, aspects of musical transmission, stemmatics, and manuscript studies, interfaces with literary, historical and biographical questions Go to
  • Music Theory in the Middle Ages Go to
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  • Netherlandish art in the 16th and 17th centuries Go to
  • New semantifications Go to
  • Nineteenth-century art Go to
  • Nineteenth-century art Go to
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  • Painting and theatre Go to
  • Painting, photography and early film Go to
  • Paris, in the concept of ‘the poetics of the museum’ Go to
  • Participative urbanism Go to
  • Peformance practice / performance studies Go to
  • performance of music Go to
  • performance of the composer's own works Go to
  • Performance practice Go to
  • Performance studies Go to
  • Performance studies Go to
  • Performativity and Art Go to
  • Philology and Editing Go to
  • Philosophy of music Go to
  • philosophy of music in the 15th and 16th centuries Go to
  • Philosophy of music in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Go to
  • Placemaking strategies Go to
  • Political monuments in the 19th and 20th centuries Go to
  • Polyphony, chant, and liturgy in the later Middle Ages and Renaissance Go to
  • Post-War British art 1945-60 Go to
  • Pre-modern music and court cultures, in particular Europe and East Asia Go to
  • Prints and photographs (XIXth C) Go to
  • Processes of transcultural negotiation in art Go to
  • Psychology of music Go to
  • Public service broadcasting, television, cultural and media policy Go to
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  • Question of images Go to
  • Questions of music historiography and current methods in musicology Go to
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  • Regional traditions Go to
  • Relations between art and music in the Renaissance and Baroque eras Go to
  • Relationship between architecture, litterature and rhetoric Go to
  • Relationship between Art and Music Go to
  • Relationships between early-modern art and Jesuit spirituality Go to
  • Relationships between early-modern art theory and image theology Go to
  • Renaissance and Baroque Art Go to
  • Renaissance art and architecture (especially French Renaissance) Go to
  • renaissance art history Go to
  • Renaissance grottoes Go to
  • Renaissance music manuscript/printed books: edition, music patronage, performance practice. Go to
  • Renaissance Polyphony in Continental Europe Go to
  • Renaissance studies Go to
  • Renaissance vocal and instrumental music Go to
  • Richard Strauss, esp. songs and instrumental music Go to
  • Romanesque Sculpture Go to
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  • Sacred music, especially of the early centuries Go to
  • Sacred Music (in the context of liturgy, devotion and theology) Go to
  • Sacred music of the Reformation Go to
  • Sacred , secular and moral opera in 17th-century Italy Go to
  • Self-Portraiture, Renaissance - Contemporary Art Go to
  • Semiotics of music Go to
  • Seventeenth and Eighteenth century music Go to
  • Site-specific and devotional forms of religious experience as reflected in the arts Go to
  • Situationist international and the writings of Guy Debord Go to
  • Social and cultural theory Go to
  • Social and intellectual history of music Go to
  • Social history of music Go to
  • Spanish and Latin American art Go to
  • Spanish Art of the Golden Age Go to
  • Spanish Baroque Painting Go to
  • Special chants for local saints Go to
  • Specialist on the writings of the composer and conductor Pierre Boulez Go to
  • Stage Music in France from the Restoration to the Commune (1814-1871) Go to
  • Study of audiovisual works Go to
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  • Terminology of music Go to
  • The 17th-Century Italian cantata in all its manifestations Go to
  • The 17th-century Italian oratorio Go to
  • The art of collecting and the 17th century cabinet of curiosity Go to
  • The arts, physiological psychology and neuro-sciences during the 19th and early 20st. century Go to
  • The creative process of genius: Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Velázquez Go to
  • The History of Art Perception in Modern and Contemporary Art Go to
  • the history of philosophy Go to
  • the history of science Go to
  • The music of Harrison Birtwistle Go to
  • The New Objectivity as a stylistic phenomenon Go to
  • Theories of Authorship and Historical Concepts of Artistic Production (Early Modern and since the 1960's) Go to
  • Theory and historiography of art history Go to
  • Theory and history of modern art and architecture Go to
  • The reception of early music in the twentieth century Go to
  • Transcultural phenomena and processos in music Go to
  • Transmission of music repertory between Spain and other countries (from Europe and the Americas). Go to
  • Twentieth-century and contemporary music Go to
  • Twentieth century music Go to
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  • Urbanization and globalization processes Go to
  • Urban memory and public space Go to
  • ut pictura poiesis Go to
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  • Viennese Classicism (Mozart and contemporaries) Go to
  • Visual culture of sport Go to
  • Visual hermeneutics Go to
  • Vitruvianism and language of the architectural orders Go to
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  • Western European architecture – Romanesque and Gothic Go to
  • Western music history, extending from the Renaissance to late Romanticism and embracing a variety of methodologies and research tools Go to
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  • Youth Orchestras ("El Sistema" from Venezuela to Europe) Go to

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