volume IX, number 3 (september 2009)

Art History in Central Europe


Guest Editor:
Wojciech Balus

CONTENTS
Introduction
Wojciech Balus

Articles
For the Love of the Fatherland: Patriotic Art History and the Kronprinzenwerk in Austria-Hungary
Matthew Rampley

Bishop Juraj Strossmayer, Izidor Krsnjavi and the Foundation of the Chairs in Art History and Ancient Classical Archaeology at Zagreb University
Dragan Damjanovic

The Historiography of Art in Transylvania and the Vienna School in the Interwar Period
Robert Born

"Because Architecture is Moral!" Wilhelm Pinder and National Socialism
Birte Pusback

The Art Historical Section on the Institut fur deutsche Ostarbeit in Occupied Cracow (1940-45)
Sabine Arend

East Prussian "Bauernteppiche": A History of the Polemics on their Origins
Ewa Gladkowska

Reviews
Josef Sisa: WHEN BUILDINGS SPEAK. ARCHITECTURE AS LANGUAGE IN THE HAPSBURG EMPIRE AND ITS AFTERMATH, by Anthony Alofsin

Jan Woudstra: STADPARKS IN DER OSTERREICHISCHEN MONARCHIE, 1765-1918, by Geza Hajos

Lidia Gluchowska: EARLY POLISH MODERN ART. UNITY IN MULTIPLICITY, by Marek Bartelik

Aleksandar Ignjatovic: STAMBENA ARHITEKTURA U BEOGRADU U 19. I POCETKOM 20 VEKA, by Mirjana Roter-Blagojevic

Aleksandar Ignjatovic: ZENIT 1921-1926, Vidosava Golubovic and Irina Subovic

Olga Manojlovic Pintar: JUGOSLAVENSTVO U ARCHITEKTURI 1904-1941, by Aleksandar Ignjatovic