Isabelle Dolezalek

History of Art
Year 2019

Universität Greifswald

Caspar-David-Friedrich-Institut, Kunstgeschichte

Rubenowstr. 2b
17489 Greifswald

Portrait of Isabelle Dolezalek
Photo: Wally Pruss

Research areas

  • History of Art

  • Medieval Art

  • Transcultural Encounters

  • History of Museums

Resume

  • Since 10/2019
    Junior professor for medieval art history at the University of Greifswald

  • 2016-2019
    Research fellow at the Technische Universität Berlin and in the research cluster "Translocations - Historical Enquiries into the Displacement of Cultural Assests".

  • 2012-2016
    Project "Objects in Transfer. Concepts for the Museographical Display of Transfer Processes between the Near East and Europe during the Pre-modern Period", SFB 980 'Episteme in Motion', Freie Universität Berlin and the Museum of Islamic Art (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin).

  • 05/2013
    Ph.D., Freie Universität Berlin. Distinguished with the Medievalists' Society Award for outstanding doctoral dissertations (03.2015).

  • 2008-2012
    Research fellow in the DFG-Emmy Noether Research Group "Kosmos-Ornatus. Ornaments in Persia and France in comparison", Freie Universität Berlin.

  • 2006-2007
    Master, Comparative History of Medieval Christian and Muslim Societies, University Lyon II, France

  • 2004-2005
    Master of Arts, Cultural and Intellectual History 1300 - 1650, Warburg Institute, University of London, England.

  • 2001-2004
    Bachelor of Arts, Art History, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, England.

Publications

Activities

    • Image / Language

      Science is inconceivable without language. But what about images? In six articles, the new Junge Akademie Magazin explores this question from different perspectives. Additionally, the poster page poses the question, solely through pictures, of what influence such simple images as emojis have on our ideas of science and of scientists.

      Topics:

      Michael Bies, Bettina Bock, Benedict Esche, Stefanie Büchner, Isabelle Dolezalek, Martin Dresler, Benedict Esche, Boris N. Konrad

      Berlin 2021

      Grafik, auf der im Mittelpunkt das Wort "Bild" steht
    • Wissensstadt Berlin 2021: Wissen auf die Hand / Forschung on the rocks

      With the joint project "Wissensstadt Berlin 2021", Berlin as a location for research and science is presenting itself to a broad public this year by means of numerous events.

      Die Junge Akademie is participating with several activities. Among other things, it will be represented with two booths as part of a day of action on July 2, 3-8 p.m., on the square in front of the Rotes Rathaus. At the booth "Wissen auf die Hand", representatives of Die Junge Akademie will answer all questions about research and science. Next door at “Research on the rocks" glacier drilling can be tested - especially by the little ones.

      Topics:

      Starts on
      02.07.21

      Event access: Public

      Platz vor dem Roten Rathaus, 10178 Berlin

      15:00 — 20:00

    • Change of roles

      We all change roles in different life situations. This is not different in science, as the Covid-19 situation shows particularly clearly with regard to the role of scientists, for example as communicators and advisors of politicians. But role changes are also omnipresent as an object of science. Issue 27 of JAM approaches the topic from different perspectives.

      Topics:

      Astrid Eichhorn, Michael Saliba, Erik Schilling

      Berlin 2020

      Grafik mit farbigen Streifen und dem Schriftzug "Rollenwechsel"