Edited By Deborah Ascher Barnstone
Notes on Contributors
DEBORAH ASCHER BARNSTONE is Professor and Associate Head of School in Architecture at University of Technology Sydney, Australia. She is a licensed architect as well as an historian. Barnstone is co-editor of the German Visual Culture Series at Peter Lang. Barnstone publishes widely on twentieth-century German art and architecture history. She has published her research widely including Journal of Architecture, Journal of Architectural Education, and New German Critique and in the anthologies Berlin Divided City: 1945–1989, Transnationalism and the German City, and Art and Identity at the Water’s Edge. Routledge released her book The Transparent State: Architecture and Politics in Postwar Germany in 2005. Her new book, Beyond the Bauhaus: Cultural Debates in Breslau, 1918–1933 is forthcoming with University of Michigan Press in 2016.
APRIL A. EISMAN (MA Courtauld Institute of Art, PhD University of Pittsburgh) is Associate Professor of Art History at Iowa State University. Her research focuses on contemporary art and theory with an emphasis on East German art and its reception. Recent publications include, “East German Art and the Permeability of the Berlin Wall,” German Studies Review (2015); “From Economic Equality to ‘Mommy Politics’: Women Artists and the Challenges of Gender in East German Painting,” in International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity (2014); and “Painting the East German Experience: Neo Rauch in the Late 1990s,” Oxford Art Journal (2012). Co-founder of the Transatlantic Institute for East German Art, Eisman also co-organizes the German Socialisms Network for the German Studies Association...
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