Effinger, Maria, Hoppe, Stephan, Klinke, Harald, Krysmanski, Bernd (Eds.)
Von analogen und digitalen Zugängen zur Kunst
Festschrift für Hubertus Kohle zum 60. Geburtstag
Hubertus Kohle is an art historian and professor who has made a name for himself in Germany especially with his research on the art of the European Enlightenment and the nineteenth century. He opened up his discipline early on to digital processes and concepts and has been committed to electronic publishing in Open Access for years. As one of the two directors of the renowned DFG Priority Programme "The Digital Image", he is currently also working on a multidisciplinary approach to the subject of the digital. On the occasion of his 60th birthday, he was honoured by numerous friends and academic companions with this commemorative publication, the content of which ties in with the focal points of his work - from the analogue beginnings dedicated to the art of the Age of Enlightenment to the current field of "digital art history". This commemorative volume is understood as an experimental online publication that was presented first to the birthday celebrant in a purely virtual version and is now also available as e-book.
Dr. Maria Effinger, University Library Heidelberg, Head of "Publication Services", Managing Director Heidelberg University Publishing (heiUP), Specialist for Art History (arthistoricum.net). Focus: digital publishing in Open Access, Digital Editions, Cultural Heritage and Digital Humanities.
Prof. Dr. Stephan Hoppe, Art historian and University Professor. Main areas of research: Architectural history of the late Middle Ages and early modern times, courtly art of the Renaissance in Germany, painting of the Dürerzeit, digital art history.
Dr. Harald Klinke, M.Sc., Art historian, University Lecturer, editor of the International Journal of Digital Art History. Research interests: digital art history, image science, American art history.
Dr. Bernd Krysmanski, art teacher, art historian and publisher of art books. Research focus: cultural history of the eighteenth century, William Hogarth, Italian Renaissance.
Cover Design: Heinrich Dilly († 13 September 2019)