Prof. Dorit Kluge

Professor in Business Studies (Marketing and Tourism) and Art Historian
HWTK Berlin
Participe à 1 Session
She studied art history, journalism, French and Italian literature in Leipzig (Germany), Metz (France) and Pavia (Italy). Her PhD thesis in art history deals with the very beginning of modern art criticism in France and analyses the writings of Etienne de La Font de Saint-Yenne. She also holds a Master’s degree in business administration with a specialization in service management, marketing, and human resources. She worked in the tourism industry for Thomas Cook in Germany for seven years before she came to France via a governmental exchange programme. From 2006 until 2014 she taught Tourism, Art History, and German language in the department of culture professions as well as in the German department at Blaise Pascal University Clermont-Ferrand where she was appointed maître de conférences in art history in 2013. In April 2014 she was appointed professor at the University of Applied Sciences HWTK Berlin where she is currently teaching business administration, tourism and marketing. A major part of her research work is dedicated to the interaction of art and economics in the 18th century and she is responsible for the research cluster 4 of the HWTK Berlin: “Economic aspects in cultural and artistic processes”. Another main research focus is on didactics and methods of teaching art history, culture, management, and languages in applied contexts such as in tourism studies.

Publications:
Monograph:
  • Kritik als Spiegel der Kunst. Die Kunstreflexionen des La Font de Saint-Yenne im Kontext der Entstehung der Kunstkritik im 18. Jahrhundert, Kunst- und kulturwissenschaftliche Forschungen, Bd. 7, VDG, Weimar, 2009, ISBN 978-3-89739-622-7
Recent articles (2013-2016):
  • When art criticism enters early tourist guidebooks. Two case studies from the late 18th century. In: La guida turistica. Luogo d’incontro tra lessico e immagini dei Beni Culturali, Pisa/Florence, 2016. [in preparation]
  • La genèse de la critique d’art et son impact sur la peinture. In: Genres littéraires et peintures, ed. by Anne-Sophie Gomez and Nelson Charest, Clermont-Ferrand, Presses universitaires Blaise Pascal, 2015, p. 246-262.
  • Kunst und Kunstgeschichte im Deutsch-Unterricht. In: Visuelle Medien im DaF-Unterricht, ed. by Marc Hieronimus, Fachverband Deutsch als Fremdsprache (FaDaF), Göttingen, Universitätsverlag, 2014, p. 195-222.
  • Inspiration française et/ou création autonome ? Le réseau des dans la deuxième moitié du XVIIIe siècle. In: Le Salon de l’Académie royale de peinture et sculpture : archéologie d’une institution, ed. by Isabelle Pichet, Paris, Hermann, 2014, p. 57-78.
  • Frankreich als Inspirationsquelle oder längst überholtes Modell ? Die Berichterstattung zu den Dresdner Kunstausstellungen 1764-1806. In: Aufklärung und Hofkultur in Dresden, ed. by Roland Kanz and Johannes Süßmann, Das achtzehnte Jahrhundert 37 (2013) 2. Göttingen, Wallenstein Verlag, p. 262-270.
  • „Es sollte Porträt seyn, und war Ideal“ Das Bildnis der Johanna Friederike Karoline von Hohenthal, geb. Gräfin Rex. In: Anton Graff – Porträts eines Porträtisten. Berlin, Wolff Verlag, 2013, p. 72-76, 196.
  • La Font de Saint-Yenne (1688-1771) – un penseur des Lumières. In: Penser l’art dans la seconde moitié du XVIIIe siècle : théorie, critique, philosophie, histoire, ed. by Christian Michel and Carl Magnusson, collection d’histoire de l’art de l’Académie de France à Rome, n° 15, Rom, 2013, p. 205-219.
  • Une œuvre d’art comme bien économique ? La politique artistique, les arts et la critique d’art en Saxe dans la deuxième moitié du XVIIIe siècle. In: Circulations et réseaux transnationaux en Europe (XVIIIe-XXe siècles). Acteurs, pratiques, modèles, ed. by Landry Charrier, Karine Rance, Friederike Spitzl-Dupic, Collection Convergences vol. 72, Bern, Peter Lang, 2013, p. 145-155.

Sessions auxquelles Prof. Dorit Kluge participe

mardi 7 juin, 2016

13h30
13h30