Publications by Julia Secklehner

Book Chapters

‘Simple Entertainment? Die Muskete and ‘Weak’ Antisemitism in Interwar Vienna’, in Visual Antisemitism in Central Europe, eds Eva Janáčová and Jakub Hauser (Oldenbourg: DeGruyter, 2021) pp. 123–144. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110616415

In Czech:  ‘Pouhá zábava? Die Muskete a „umírněný“ antisemitismus v meziválečné Vídni‘, in Obrazy nenávisti. Vizuální projevy antisemitismu ve střední Evropě, eds Eva Janáčová and Jakub Hauser (Prague: Artefactum, 2021) pp. 117–136.

‘”A School for Becoming Human”: The Socialist Humanism of Irena Blühová’s Bauhaus Photographs’, in Bauhaus Bodies, eds Elizabeth Otto und Patrick Rössler (New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019) pp. 287–310.

Articles

‘A New Austrian Regionalism: Alfons Walde and Austrian Identity in Painting after 1918′, Austrian History Yearbook 52 (2021) pp. 201–226. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0067237821000072

‘Bolshevik Jews, Aryan Vienna? Popular Antisemitism in Der Kikeriki, 1918-1933’, The Leo Baeck Institute Year Book, August 2018, pp. 157–178.

‘Gender(ed) Revolution? Masculinities and Femininities in Irena Blühová’s work’, immediations 3:4 (2015).

Reviews

‘Moving times, moving spaces: Conference report on “Questions of Periodisation in the Art Historiographies of Central and Eastern Europe”, 30 November – 1 December 2019, New Europe College – Institute for Advanced Study, Bucharest’, Journal of Art Historiography 22 (2020)

Peter Becher / Anne Knechtel (eds.): Hörfunk und Hörfunkpolitik in der Tschechoslowakei und im Protektorat Böhmen und Mähren (reviewed by Julia Secklehner), Bohemia 58.1 (2018) pp. 178–180.

Milena Bartlová, Unsere ‘nationale’ Kunst. Studien zur Geschichte der Kunstgeschichte, Stuttgart: Thorbecke 2016, in: sehepunkte 18:6 (2018)

General Interest

Bauhaus Ireny Blühové”, Art + Antiques, September 2019, pp. 44–51.

“Irena Blühová”, in Elizabeth Otto and Patrick Rössler, Bauhaus Women: A Global Perspective (London: Palazzo Publishing, 2019) pp. 172–177.

“Judit Kárász”, in Elizabeth Otto and Patrick Rössler, Bauhaus Women: A Global Perspective(London: Palazzo Publishing, 2019) pp. 178–179.

 

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Scene from the play The Bride, stage design by Adolf Hoffmeister – image: Wikimedia Commons