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Iberian and Ibero-American Art History

About the Iberian and Ibero-American Art History in Heidelberg / Ibero Library Heidelberg

What started out in the 1960s with Prof. Dr. Erwin Walter Palm is able to present today one of the best equipped libraries (ca. 7.389 books, last updated: 2018/12/31) about iberian and ibero-american art and cultural history in Germany. In addition, the Ibero Library is offering a highly appealing course range and international collaboration with Spain, Portugal and Ibero-America. With the new “Bachelor-Plus” international study program introduced in 2011 we are holding an attractive field of study within the European Art History.

Additionally to our main topics on medieval art, american urbanism and architectural history courses also cover applied arts, photography as well as the new media. Moreover the Ibero Library offers courses with practical relevance for the cultural heritage preservation as well as curatorial field.

The program cooperates with the University of León (Spain) and comprises eight semesters, integrating one year abroad. In addition to the course offerings, the institute hosts periodical guest lectures on current topics of research within  the ibero and ibero-american art and cultural history.




23 May, 2019 | Special lecture by Kristin Böse

Stille im Himmel. Lautlosigkeit als Bildthema
in den Beatus-Handschriften des 10. und 11. Jahrhunderts.

Prof. Dr. Kristin Böse,
Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a.M.

Thursday, 23 May, 2019, 6:15

IEK, Graimberg-Room

23. Mai 2019 | Kristin Böse: Stille im Himmel. Lautlosigkeit als Bildthema in den Beatus-Handschriften des 10. und 11. Jahrhunderts

Courses in the summer semester 2019

The following courses on Iberian and Ibero-American art history will be offered in the summer semester 2019.

Course Lecturer
Auslöschen, Neuschreiben und Reinszenieren kultureller Identität und Geschichte – Neuspanische Manuskripte der frühen Kolonialzeit (1521–ca. 1600) A. Boroffka

Miradas: Second Issue

Miradas: Second Issue

The second issue of Miradas, e-magazin for iberian and ibero-american art history, adresses the special topic Caribbean, a multifarious determined by the natural surroundings region, which is characterized by mixing of cultures, exchange and interaction.

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Latest Revision: 2019-05-13
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