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Medieval, Early Modern and Modern History of Art

080017 PS Case Study I: Nation and History: The Past Represented and Constructed - Myths, Staging, Fiction and Factuality
080037 PS Case Study II/III: Behind the Canon - Visualizing the hidden in Collections and Exhibitions
080037 PS Case Study II/III: Behind the Canon - Visualizing the hidden in Collections and Exhibitions
080067 UE Course: Andrea Palladio (1508-1580), Vincenzo Scamozzi (1548-1616) and their Followers. - Treatises and Architectural Practice in Venice.
080097 UE Course: Modern Material - Materials of Modernity. - Materials and Techniques in the Decorative Arts of the Viennese Modernity 1890-1930
080023 SE Seminar: The Pope wrote: "the way Michelangelo wants it" - Decision-making Processes and the Determination of Meaning in Early Modern Art
080104 SE Seminar: From the Byzantine Exarchate to the Leading Maritime Power of the Mediterranean - The Birth and Rise of Venice up to the Fall of Constantinople in 1453, as portrayed in its Art and Architecture
080023 SE Seminar: The Pope wrote: "the way Michelangelo wants it" - Decision-making Processes and the Determination of Meaning in Early Modern Art
080104 SE Seminar: From the Byzantine Exarchate to the Leading Maritime Power of the Mediterranean - The Birth and Rise of Venice up to the Fall of Constantinople in 1453, as portrayed in its Art and Architecture
080017 PS Case Study I: Nation and History: The Past Represented and Constructed - Myths, Staging, Fiction and Factuality
080037 PS Case Study II/III: Behind the Canon - Visualizing the hidden in Collections and Exhibitions
080037 PS Case Study II/III: Behind the Canon - Visualizing the hidden in Collections and Exhibitions
080067 UE Course: Andrea Palladio (1508-1580), Vincenzo Scamozzi (1548-1616) and their Followers. - Treatises and Architectural Practice in Venice.
080097 UE Course: Modern Material - Materials of Modernity. - Materials and Techniques in the Decorative Arts of the Viennese Modernity 1890-1930
080023 SE Seminar: The Pope wrote: "the way Michelangelo wants it" - Decision-making Processes and the Determination of Meaning in Early Modern Art
080104 SE Seminar: From the Byzantine Exarchate to the Leading Maritime Power of the Mediterranean - The Birth and Rise of Venice up to the Fall of Constantinople in 1453, as portrayed in its Art and Architecture
080023 SE Seminar: The Pope wrote: "the way Michelangelo wants it" - Decision-making Processes and the Determination of Meaning in Early Modern Art
080104 SE Seminar: From the Byzantine Exarchate to the Leading Maritime Power of the Mediterranean - The Birth and Rise of Venice up to the Fall of Constantinople in 1453, as portrayed in its Art and Architecture
080023 SE Seminar: The Pope wrote: "the way Michelangelo wants it" - Decision-making Processes and the Determination of Meaning in Early Modern Art
080104 SE Seminar: From the Byzantine Exarchate to the Leading Maritime Power of the Mediterranean - The Birth and Rise of Venice up to the Fall of Constantinople in 1453, as portrayed in its Art and Architecture
080023 SE Seminar: The Pope wrote: "the way Michelangelo wants it" - Decision-making Processes and the Determination of Meaning in Early Modern Art
080104 SE Seminar: From the Byzantine Exarchate to the Leading Maritime Power of the Mediterranean - The Birth and Rise of Venice up to the Fall of Constantinople in 1453, as portrayed in its Art and Architecture
080023 SE Seminar: The Pope wrote: "the way Michelangelo wants it" - Decision-making Processes and the Determination of Meaning in Early Modern Art
080104 SE Seminar: From the Byzantine Exarchate to the Leading Maritime Power of the Mediterranean - The Birth and Rise of Venice up to the Fall of Constantinople in 1453, as portrayed in its Art and Architecture
080032 SE Thesis Seminar
080044 SE [de en] Thesis Seminar
080046 SE Thesis Seminar
080049 SE Thesis Seminar
080055 SE Thesis Seminar
080057 SE Thesis Seminar
080061 SE Thesis Seminar
080068 SE Thesis Seminar
080076 SE Thesis Seminar
080080 SE Thesis Seminar
080084 SE Thesis Seminar
080089 SE Thesis Seminar
080097 UE Course: Modern Material - Materials of Modernity. - Materials and Techniques in the Decorative Arts of the Viennese Modernity 1890-1930
080067 UE Course: Andrea Palladio (1508-1580), Vincenzo Scamozzi (1548-1616) and their Followers. - Treatises and Architectural Practice in Venice.
080107 UE Course: Image Structures for Socialism. - Central Perspective in the Image Discourse of the Russian Avant-garde c. 1910-1940
080032 SE Thesis Seminar
080044 SE [de en] Thesis Seminar
080046 SE Thesis Seminar
080049 SE Thesis Seminar
080055 SE Thesis Seminar
080057 SE Thesis Seminar
080061 SE Thesis Seminar
080068 SE Thesis Seminar
080076 SE Thesis Seminar
080080 SE Thesis Seminar
080084 SE Thesis Seminar
080089 SE Thesis Seminar
070193 KU (MIXED) Methods of Historical Research and Writing - Quellen und Archive zur Geschichte von Arbeiter*innen und Arbeiter*innenbewegung
070274 UE (MIXED) Reading Historiography - Und wenn sie nicht gestorben sind... Zur Vergangenheit und Disziplinarisierung akademischer Geschichtsschreibung
070275 UE (MIXED) Guided Reading Women's and Gender History - Geschlechterbeziehungen und ihre visionäre Gestaltung von "Der Stadt der Frauen" bis "Thelma and Louise"
070282 UE (MIXED) Guided Reading Vienna: Urban Development and Economy - Begriffe, Diskurse und Praktiken in transdisziplinärer und epochenübergreifender Perspektive
070283 UE (MIXED) Methodological Course - Sexuality and Science in Cold War - Diskurse, Denkstile und transregionale Verflechtungen
070353 SE (MIXED) Seminar - Animals in History - Quellen und Fragemöglichkeiten

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