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Interviews

Interview with Monica Juneja in the Italian journal GeaArt No. 6, October/ November 2013

In the interview she defines her understanding of Global Art History. She examines globalisation and looks especially on how art is experienced in today's world. Furthermore she speaks about the research approach of transculturality. (read more online | PDF English | PDF Italian).

Interview with Franziska Koch in KUNST Magazin, 24 May 2013

Koreanische Kunst im Globalen Kontext

Welche Unterschiede gibt es zwischen Deutschland und Korea in bezug auf die künstlerische Ausbildung und Produktion? Franziska Koch studierte ein Jahr Bildende Kunst in Südkorea und erläutert im Interview manifeste Kontraste in den beiden Ländern. (read more)

Public lecture on Global Art History, Heidelberg University, in Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, 4/5 June 2011

Brücken über den Riss, der durch die Welt geht

Wo liegt die Grenze zwischen Asien und Europa? – Fünf Professoren des Heidelberger Exzellenzclusters gaben in der Alten Aula Antworten – Die Kunst als Vermittler. (read more)

The newspaper "Mannheimer Morgen" publishes an article about Monica Juneja and the Chair of Global Art History, 27 October 2010

In the article Wenn Engel durch indische Bilder fliegen, the author Annika Wind describes the new research approach of Prof. Dr. Monica Juneja. Read the article here.

Interview with Monica Juneja in artefakt (Zeitschrift für junge Kunstgeschichte und Kunst), 27 September 2010

Die ‚Global Art History‘ hinterfragt den Kanon

Zeitgenössische Kunst aus der ganzen Welt findet inzwischen Eingang in Museen wie aktuell in Bochum, München oder Karlsruhe. Dass eine transkulturelle Sichtweise die Kunstgeschichte dynamisieren kann, erklärt Monica Juneja im Interview mit artefakt. Wir sprachen mit der ersten Lehrstuhlinhaberin für 'Global Art History' in Deutschland über die Herausforderungen des neuen Forschungsgebietes, Hans Beltings Perspektive und ihre Definition der 'Global Art'. (see more)

Monica Juneja  interviewed by "SWR2 Journal" (Südwest-Funk), 24 February 2010

Under the title Akademische Grenzüberschreitungen the radio channel SWR2 Journal interviews Prof. Monica Juneja. In this radio interview, she speaks about her research field and her aims and motivations. Hear the interview here.

Monica Juneja as the first professor of Global Art History, in Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, 9 February 2010

Diagonale Schlaglichter

Monica Juneja: Erste Professur für Global Kunstgeschichte (read more)

Press

Jun 25, 2018

Monica Juneja participates in symposium in Oxford

From June 22 to 23, Prof. Monica Juneja participated in the Royal Historical Society 2018 Symposium "The Future of History: Going Global in the University." The event was hosted by the... read more


Jun 20, 2018

Guest lecture: Nada Raza from the Tate Research Centre: Asia

On June 26, Nada Raza, Research Curator at the Tate Research Centre: Asia, gave a guest lecture at the Heidelberg Centre for Transcultural Studies. It took place at 6 pm, and was titled “From... read more


May 29, 2018

Conference on Cultural Heritage of Europe conceptualized by Michael Falser

Dr. Michael Falser, HCTS associate member and visiting professor at Paris-Sorbonne University, conceptualized and, with Dany Sandron and Elinor Myara Kelif, organized the international conference... read more


May 25, 2018

Monica Juneja gives talk at international conference in Basel

HCTS co-director Prof. Monica Juneja participated in the international conference "Burckhard.Renaissance - Internationale Tagung zum 200. Geburtstag von Jacob Burkhardt," which took place... read more


May 23, 2018

Student's Workshop by Franziska Koch and Hyojin Lee

On Saturday, May 26, Dr. Franzsika Koch and Hyojin Lee, PhD, gave a student's workshop at the Department of Chinese Studies on "Exchanging Views on Korea Transformations of Art and... read more


May 08, 2018

HCTS Stadtgespräch at Heidelberger Kunstverein

On Thursday, May 17 at 6 pm, the next HCTS Stadtgespräch will take place at the Heidelberger Kunstverein. It is the third event in a series initiated at the HCTS to engage in conversations with... read more


May 08, 2018

Monica Juneja at Berkeley

Prof. Monica Juneja, the HCTS Professor of Global Art History, talked about “The Hunter and the Squirrel: Writing Art History in a Post-Anthropocentric Mode” at the conference “Eco Art Histories:... read more


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