Dr. Mag.

Maximilian Hartmuth

, MA

Wiss. Mitarbeiter (Post‐Doc) am Institut für Kunstgeschichte der Universität Wien

Member of the Young Academy since 2018

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Orcid-ID:

0000‐0002‐4207‐9808

Research Areas:

  • Arts
  • Art history
  • Art theory
  • History of architecture
  • Urban design
  • Social history

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Publications:

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Selected Memberships:

  • Ernst Herzfeld Gesellschaft zur Erforschung der islamischen Kunst und Archäologie

Selected Prizes:

  • ERC Starting Grant
  • Sakıp Sabancı International Research Award (3rd prize)

Selected Publications:

  • Hartmuth, Maximilian (2016) Architecture, change, and discontent in the empire of Mehmed II: The Great Mosque of Sofia, its date and importance  reconsidered. In: Aynur, Hatice; Hilâl, Uğurlu (Hrsg.), Osmanlı mimarlık kültürü; Istanbul: Kubbealtı, S. 337-350.
  • Hartmuth, Maximilian (2014) Die Kunst des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts im unteren Donauraum (Rumänien, Bulgarien, Ukraine) in Zusammenhang mit dem Phänomen Barock. In: Möseneder, Karl et al. (Hrsg.), Barocke Kunst und Kultur im Donauraum I; Petersberg: Imhof, S. 177-185.
  • Hartmuth, Maximilian (2014) Oral tradition and architectural history: a sixteenth‐century Ottoman mosque in the Balkans in local memory, textual sources, and material evidence. In: Talmon-Heller, Daniella; Cytryn-Silverman, Katia (Hrsg.), Material evidence and narrative sources: interdisciplinary studies of the history of the Muslim Middle East; Leiden: Brill, S. 341-359.
  • Hartmuth, Maximilian (2012) The Habsburg Landesmuseum in Sarajevo in its ideological and architectural contexts: a reinterpretation. Centropa, Bd. XII (2), S. 194-205.
  • Hartmuth, Maximilian (2011) The history of centre‐periphery relations as a history of style in Ottoman provincial architecture. In: Hartmuth, Maximilian (Hrsg.), Centres and peripheries in Ottoman architecture: rediscovering a Balkan heritage; Sarajevo/Stockholm: Cultural Heritage without Borders, S. 18-29.