Römisches Jahrbuch der Bibliotheca Hertziana
On an international scale, the Römisches Jahrbuch der Bibliotheca Hertziana is one of the leading scientific journals in the field of Italian art and architectural history from late antiquity to the present day. It publishes innovative and interdisciplinary studies of a vast methodological spectrum, focusing in particular on Roman, Italian and Mediterranean art and cultural history in its European and global context as well as broader aesthetic questions concerning the history of science or the history of media. more
Römische Studien der Bibliotheca Hertziana
Andreas Tönnesmann's dissertation Der Palazzo Gondi in Florenz, published by Wernersche Verlagsgesellschaft in 1983, marked the beginning of the Römische Studien der Bibliotheca Hertziana. The series, which complements the Römische Forschungen, has published numerous outstanding dissertations and conference proceedings to this day. Since 2002 the Römische Studien have been published by Hirmer in Munich. more
Quaderni della Bibliotheca Hertziana
In 2018 the series Quaderni della Bibliotheca Hertziana, published by Campisano Editore, was added to the Institute's publications. It includes Italian manuscripts or multilingual collections of essays whose topics reflect the Institute's current research discourses. more
Studi della Bibliotheca Hertziana
Established in 2006, the Studi della Bibliotheca Hertziana comprise mostly Italian-language contributions published in cooperation with Silvana Editoriale. This series publishes the Institute's research findings in the form of monographs or collections of essays presented in a large format. more
Römische Forschungen der Bibliotheca Hertziana
The Römische Forschungen der Bibliotheca Hertziana is a series of monographic studies on current topics in Italian history in their global context. Established in 1912 by founding director Ernst Steinmann as the Institute's first series of publications, the Römische Forschungen can look back on a long tradition. more
RIHA Journal
The RIHA Journal is a scientific e-journal published by the International Association of Research Institutes in the History of Art, of which the Bibliotheca Hertziana is a member. All contributions are subjected to a peer review process and published as open access documents. more
Bellori Edition
The critical bilingual edition of the Vite, printed by the publisher Wallstein in 13 consecutive volumes starting in 2018, provides the first German translation of Giovan Pietro Bellori's biographies. more
Heinrich Wölfflin – Complete Works
Art theory in the years around 1900 explored the foundations of aesthetic production and reception. The art historian Heinrich Wölfflin (1864–1945) is still today one of the most influential authors worldwide on the subject. On the occasion of the centenary of his Kunstgeschichtliche Grundbegriffe, Wölfflin's collected works are being published under the direction of Tristan Weddigen and Oskar Bätschmann. more
Annotated map
Hertziana Studies in Art History, HSAH in short, is the digital publication series for all Hertziana-related scientific output. Its goal is to provide the ideal environment for publications that gain the most from the native digital format through web links, semantic annotations, interactive content and linked open data connections (to name a few).  more
Publications outside the series & cooperations
The research results of the Bibliotheca Hertziana are also published outside the series in cooperation with various international publishers, for example in the context of scientific collaborations with museums, organizations and research institutes. more
Digital publications
The digital publications of the Bibliotheca Hertziana aim to make research results quickly and easily accessible to a broad and international audience and to develop new research infrastructures for art history by creating new, interactive, interdisciplinary publication formats and platforms based on the principle of open access. more
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