Christoph Glorius, M.A.

Photographic Collection, Information Specialist

Main Focus

  • Art history photographs linked to Digital Humanities
  • The International Commitee of the Red Cross (ICRC) at Palazzo Zuccari (1945–1950)
  • The painter Julius Schoppe (Berlin, 1765–1868) in Rome

Further Projects

  • PHAROS Initiatives: Data Model and Visual Search
  • Bibliotheca Hertziana Photographic Collection at Bildindex
  • Bibliotheca Hertziana photo/object selection at DDB

Publications (Selection)

  • "Die Fotothek der Bibliotheca Hertziana hat einen neuen Online-Katalog", Kunstchronik, Heft 3 (2008), pp. 138–139.
    Biographical articles, in Vom Baukünstler zum Komplexprojektanten. Architekten in der DDR, Dokumentation eines IRS-Sammlungsbestandes biografischer Daten, ed. Holger Barth, Thomas Topfstedt et al., Berlin 2000.
  • "Unbrauchbare Isidore, Manasse und Abrahams, Juden in deutschen Militärkarikaturen", in Abgestempelt – Judenfeindliche Postkarten. Deutsches Reich und Österreich (Exhibition Catalogue Museum für Post und Kommunikation/Jüdisches Museum, Frankfurt am Main), Frankfurt am Main 1999, pp. 222–226.
  • "Virtuelle Renaissance? Überlegungen zur mythischen Stätte Bad Frankenhausen im Lutherjahr", kritische berichte, Heft 3, Jahrgang 24, 1996, pp. 56–61.

Publications (OPAC-Research)

Curriculum Vitae

Christoph Glorius studied Art History, Auxiliary sciences of history, Graphics and Painting at the Universities of Augsburg and Marburg (Germany). 1997 Magister Artium, Subject of M.A. thesis: Dürer in der DDR. Sozialistische Nationalkultur und die Ehrung altdeutschen Erbes ("Albrecht Dürer in the German Democratic Republic 1949–1990"). 1997–2000 research associate at the Institute for Art History, University of Leipzig, from 1997–2000 for the IT projects "University Portrait Gallery", "Adam Friedrich Oeser" and "Architects of East Germany". From September 2000, first as a scientific collaborator, then as a documentary and information specialist. With Martin Raspe web developing and programming of the online catalogue. IT coordinator of the photo data for international DH projects.

Memberships
PHAROS. The International Consortium of Photo Archives (Data Model Working Group)
Consortium for Art-Historical Picture and Photographic Libraries (AKBF)
Arbeitskreis "Digitale Kunstgeschichte" (Digital Art History)

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