Posts Tagged: Goethe

Architecture, Travellers and Writers: Constructing Histories of Perception, 1640-1950

Does the way in which buildings are looked at, and made sense of, change over the course of time? How can we find out about this? By looking at a selection of travel writings spanning four centuries, Anne Hultzsch suggests

Architecture, Travellers and Writers: Constructing Histories of Perception, 1640-1950

Does the way in which buildings are looked at, and made sense of, change over the course of time? How can we find out about this? By looking at a selection of travel writings spanning four centuries, Anne Hultzsch suggests

Notes on the First International Symposium

The Printed and the Built project held its first international symposium in Oslo, 23–25 October 2014. In addition to the local project team, the scholars invited were Caroline van Eck (University of Leiden), Adrian Forty (University College London), Richard Wittman

Notes on the First International Symposium

The Printed and the Built project held its first international symposium in Oslo, 23–25 October 2014. In addition to the local project team, the scholars invited were Caroline van Eck (University of Leiden), Adrian Forty (University College London), Richard Wittman