Cultural and Interdisciplinary Studies in Art (CISA)
Editor: Dr. Zita Ágota Pataki
Art and the public are two phenomena that have always been connected inherently. It was only later that research would come along. This ménage à trois offers various connections. However, this diversity is rarely perceived by the recipient. To impact the public through art, to present art to an audience as large as possible while including research is one facet of the fabric, to fascinate the public with art and research, another. Connecting these three sides and letting other projection and reflection areas shine, requires a medium that unites the three aspects of Art, Public, and Research.
The series CISA is designed as a platform on which scientific manuscripts from the area of Art History from Antiquity to today, both in German and English, in the form of monographs, collection and conference volumes are published. Those responsible additionally wish to support and present innovative research as well as to give junior scientist a platform for publication. The series presents itself as a flexible framework of methodically varying inter- and transdisciplinary studies because it does not have a geographical, periodical or topical restriction.
CISA is released in a loose series. Next to monographic papers, the series also offers intrinsic elucidations, as sole studies or as cooporative projects. The individual volumes aim to focus the reader on interdisciplinary references and show that art can be well approached from different directions. To this end, external insights into art-historical work processes are given, and connections to neighboring disciplines of art history are shown. In doing this, a discourse on an international level and beyond the expert audience is made possible. The studies, in changing locations, offer different perspectives and enable the reade to perceive the diversity of Art History.
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