Workshop IV: Forgery and Fantasy: the importance of false dates, forgery as well as erroneous and wishful thinking in attributions in literature, art and architecture and their role in the construction of early modern national identities 1400–1700.
The research networking program “The Quest for an Appropriate Past” wants to unite scholars from different disciplines in order to map out the various strategies used in the period c.1400–1700 to construct an appropriate past in art, architecture and literature, and to examine how this past was used in the creation of ‘national’ or local identities in Europe.
Organization: Stephan Hoppe, Institute for Art History, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Venue: Institute for Bavarian History
Näheres zum Programm: http://appropriatepast.org/the-projects-activities/workshop-4-2016-spring/
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