HAB gehört   /     Early Modern Visual Data

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This episode of "HAB gehört" is in English, since its topic is the 45th International WolfenbĂŒttel Summer Course at the Herzog August Bibliothek, which also took place in English. The summer course was led by Dr. Stephanie Leitch, who is our guest in this episode.

Subtitle
An Interview with Dr. Stephanie Leitch on the 45th International WolfenbĂŒttel Summer Course
Duration
2055
Publishing date
2023-08-09 13:29
Link
https://hab-gehoert.podigee.io/9-visual-data
Contributors
  Herzog August Bibliothek WolfenbĂŒttel
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An Interview with Dr. Stephanie Leitch on the 45th International WolfenbĂŒttel Summer Course

This episode of "HAB gehört" is in English, since its topic is the 45th International WolfenbĂŒttel Summer Course at the Herzog August Bibliothek, which also took place in English. You can find the German translation of the whole episode here!

The summer course was led by Dr. Stephanie Leitch, who is also our guest in this episode. Stephanie Leitch majored in art history and received her Ph. D. from the University of Chicago in 2005. She has been an associate professor in the Department of Art History at Florida State University since 2011. Her newest book „Early Modern Print Media and the Art of Observation: Training a Literate Eye“ (Cambridge University Press) is just in the process of being published and will be available next year. The 45th International WolfenbĂŒttel Summer Course took place from July 17 until July 28. And it‘s title and subject was „Early Modern Visual Data: Organizing Knowledge in Printed Books“. The two week summer courses in the Herzog August Bibliothek takes place annually and is intended for PhD students.

„HAB gehört“ is a production of the Herzog August Bibliothek WolfenbĂŒttel. Funded by: Beauftragte der Bundesregierung fĂŒr Kultur und Medien (BKM), NEUSTART KULTUR, Kulturstiftung der LĂ€nder and the funding project KULTUR.GEMEINSCHAFTEN.

More Information on the 45th International WolfenbĂŒttel Summer Course „Early Modern Visual Data: Organizing Knowledge in Printed Books“ – HAB

More Information on Dr. Stephanie Leitch: https://arthistory.fsu.edu/stephanie-leitch/.

More information on the story about Ulrich Neusesser and Philipp Hainhofer‘s travel journal to EichstĂ€tt in this video on our YouTube channel: Das Große Stammbuch und Reiserelationen Philipp Hainhofers - YouTube

Content editing and production: Marie Adler and Alexandra Serjogin

Sound design and post production: Klingebiel Creative

Photography: Marek Kruszewski

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