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Dan Karlholm

Dan Karlholm

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Professor

School of Culture and Education

Subject Coordinator

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Dan Karlholm
Professor
Alfred Nobels allé 7
Södertörns Högskola
Flemingsberg
Phone: +46 8 608 4932
Fax: +46 8 608 4640
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Publications

In: Time in the History of Art. New York & Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2018. 1-10.

Art history as we know it is regarded by many actors in the art world as obsolete. Today, it seems contemporaneity rules in a “post-historical” situation, where art history seems deprived of a future. Some two decades or more after the heyday of postmodernism, it is time to reconsider what kinds of historical claims can still be made for the field of art history and visual studies. If the very word “history” is laden with antiquated expectations of “objectivity” as the discipline goes about its customary business of putting objects back into their chronological place, then the concept of temporality opens up fresh approaches to the temporal organization of the discipline. What if visual art is in a position to explain and expand history rather than vice versa? What if the artwork grounds history? What if the work does not necessarily belong to its own time, but was born prematurely or belatedly, disjointed with respect to a chronological axis? Art historical approaches are still possible, indeed needed, but they do look a little different from those to which we have become accustomed.

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K. Moxey

Dan Karlholm

Research linked to the Baltic region and Eastern Europe

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2018

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

Research area for doctoral studies

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In: Time in the History of Art. New York & Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2018. 13-25.

Rather than recourse to historicism’s investments in determinative causes, “efficient” history, it is argued, should take its cue from the after-life or the history of the artwork following its creation at a specific moment in time. The perceived temporal crisis of art history today has much to do with developments on the scene of contemporary art related to the idea of contemporaneity more broadly. Post-history and post-future are criticized here for their rather facile dismissal of history. Whereas post-history is predicated upon a teleological philosophy of history, post-future is ultimately indebted to the concept of history it purports to abandon. The concept of the past is turned on its heels and used to characterize the present, which withers away, while the past remains and accumulates into a “present past.” Martin Heidegger and Gilles Deleuze, alongside Bruno Latour, are mobilized to form a future-oriented history model, in which anachronic quasi-objects are traced, linked, and associated in actual patterns of interconnection, in part reminiscent of the model set by the catalogue raissonné rather than the established developmental narrative of the history of art.

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Dan Karlholm

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2018

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

Research area for doctoral studies

Critical and Cultural Theory

New York & Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2018.

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Keith Moxey

Dan Karlholm

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2018

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

Research area for doctoral studies

Critical and Cultural Theory

In: Samtider. Göteborg : Daidalos, 2017. 37-58.

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Dan Karlholm

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2017

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Critical and Cultural Theory

Respons : recensionstidskrift för humaniora & samhällsvetenskap 2017, 3 : 32-34.

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Dan Karlholm

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2017

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Critical and Cultural Theory

In: Ad Marciam. Huddinge : Södertörns högskola, 2017. 265-273.

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Dan Karlholm

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2017

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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In: The End of the World. London : Rowman & Littlefield International, 2017. 147-162.

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Dan Karlholm

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2017

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Critical and Cultural Theory

Konsthistorisk Tidskrift 2017, 86 (2): 134-137.

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Dan Karlholm

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2017

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Baltic Worlds 2016, IX (4): 70-82.

The concepts of social realism and new realism are developed in relation to the artworks of Lena Svedberg and Olle Kåks. A comparison between the artists’ uses of the concepts of social realism and function is presented. How the realist approach during the years around 1970 played out in the force field of society and the psyche, the collective realm and the individual, is exemplified by our two very different case studies. Svedberg’s political narratives compose mon-tages in which fictional, metaphorical figures are inserted side by side with political leaders drawn from newspaper clips. Kåks’s allegory-like oil painting shows a stone worker working in the face of his imminent disappearance. They both reveal myths as opposed to historically manifested commodity relations.

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Charlotte BydlerDan Karlholm

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2016

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Critical and Cultural Theory

Nordic Journal of Aesthetics 2016, 51 : 35-54.

Departing from a critical assessment of the most widespread and initiated definitions of Contemporary Art from the last decade and a half, sustaining a world-wide discourse on contemporary art and contemporaneity, by Arthur Danto, Hans Belting, Peter Osborne and Terry Smith respectively, I will concentrate this talk on two aspects of an immodest proposal captured by the keywords actualization and anachrony. While current discussions on contemporary art are arguably reproducing modernist assumptions on the primacy of novelty and innovation, bolstered by a veiled avant-garde logic, the proposal to regard contemporary art as actualized art upsets not only ideas on what art after postmodernism might mean, but the whole edifice of historicist historiography. An anachronic perspective, a bi- or polychronic situatedness of the work of art, could be used to liberate art from being defined according to its unique descent, and to embrace, instead, a chronologic open to art’s continuous “life” through its successive aesthetic accessions and actualizations in time.

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Dan Karlholm

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2016

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Critical and Cultural Theory

In: Historiens hemvist I. Göteborg : Makadam Förlag, 2016. 27-52.

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Dan Karlholm

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2016

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

Research area for doctoral studies

Critical and Cultural Theory

In: Offentliga och privata museer i Sverige. Stockholm : Axel och Margaret Ax:son Johnsons stiftelse för allmännyttiga ändamål, 2015. 21-29.

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Dan Karlholm

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2015

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Critical and Cultural Theory

Konsthistorisk Tidskrift 2015, 84 (4): 248-251.

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Dan Karlholm

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2015

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Critical and Cultural Theory

In: Paradigmen der Kunstbetrachtung. Bern : Peter Lang Publishing Group, 2015. 29-40.

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Dan Karlholm

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2015

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Critical and Cultural Theory

Stockholm : Axl Books, 2014.

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Dan Karlholm

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2014

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Critical and Cultural Theory

Konstperspektiv 2014, 3 : 31-32.

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Dan Karlholm

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2014

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School of Culture and Education

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Critical and Cultural Theory

In: What Are You Working On?. Stockgholm : Valeveil Press, 2014. 171-184.

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Dan Karlholm

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2014

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School of Culture and Education

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Critical and Cultural Theory

Art History 2014, 37 (5): 1005-1009.

Review of Jacques Rancière, Aisthesis: Scenes from the Aesthetic Regime of the Arts, London & New York: Verso, 2013

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Dan Karlholm

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2014

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

Research area for doctoral studies

Critical and Cultural Theory

In: The challenge of the object. Nürnberg : Verlag des Germanischen Nationalmuseums.

Introduction to the Section (11) The Artefact and its Representations/Das Kunstwerk und seine Repräsentationen

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Dan Karlholm

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2013

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School of Culture and Education

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Research area for doctoral studies

Critical and Cultural Theory

In: Critica(s) de arte. Murcia : Cendeac, 2013. 373-390.

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Dan Karlholm

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2013

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School of Culture and Education

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Critical and Cultural Theory

Art History 2013, 36 (1): 226-231.

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Dan Karlholm

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2013

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Critical and Cultural Theory

Stockholm : Axl Books, 2013.

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Allan Kaprow

Dan Karlholm

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2013

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

Research area for doctoral studies

Critical and Cultural Theory

In: The Museum Beyond the Nation. Stockholm : Historiska museets förlag, 2012. 113-124.

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Dan Karlholm

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2012

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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In: Art History and Visual Studies in Europe. Leiden : Brill Academic Publishers, 2012. 421-438.

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Hans Dam Christensen

Dan Karlholm

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2012

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

Research area for doctoral studies

Critical and Cultural Theory

Konsthistorisk Tidskrift 2012, 81 (3): 188-193.

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Dan Karlholm

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2012

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

Research area for doctoral studies

Critical and Cultural Theory

The Art Bulletin 2012, 94 (2): 187-198.

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Dan Karlholm

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2012

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

Research area for doctoral studies

Critical and Cultural Theory

In: Rethinking Time. Huddinge : Södertörns högskola, 2011. 19-28.

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Dan Karlholm

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2011

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Konsthistorisk Tidskrift 2011, 80 (1): 49-52.

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Dan Karlholm

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2011

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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In: Art History. : John Wiley & Sons, 2010. 56-77.

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Dan Karlholm

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2010

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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In: Det åskådliga och det bottenlösa. Stockholm : Konstvetenskapliga institutionen, Stockholms universitet, 2010. -.

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Dan Karlholm

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2010

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Ekfrase: nordisk tidsskrift for visuell kultur 2010, 1 (1): 30-43.

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Dan Karlholm

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2010

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Photography and Culture 2010, 3 (2): 207-215.

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Dan Karlholm

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2010

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Paletten 2009, 2 : 6-8.

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Dan Karlholm

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2009

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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In: Svar på frågan: Vad var det postmoderna?. Stockholm : Axl Books, 2009. 59-78.

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Dan Karlholm

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2009

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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In: Towards a science of art history. Helsinki : Taidehistorian seura.

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Dan Karlholm

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2009

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Konsthistorisk Tidskrift 2009, 78 (2): 92-103.

The article discusses some basic elements of drawing, along with some equally basic behavior with respect to drawing. Considering one of the most repeated assumptions or stereotypes of the Western drawing discourse, namely that drawings are characterized, and cherished, by their potential for revelation, i.e. to disclose something beside them, something other than and prior to them, which may account for their appearance, I sketch an argument away from that assumption. To regard a drawing as revealing is to charge it or have it re-enact itself, although any attempt to ontologize drawing through a distinction between a previous act and a posthumous fact is too simplistic. By considering the ways in which drawing has been compared to painting and photography, how it relates to shadows and projection, I bring up a number of issues of relevance in coming to terms with drawing: lines and dots, signs and marks, figure and ground, space and erasure. Examples range from van Gogh and Rembrandt to Oldenburg, Michaux and Rauschenberg. Action drawing applies, most Importantly to Our interpretative activities faced with the drawing as a fact, although no clean temporal or conceptual cut exists between act and fact; the act is still there in the result.

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Dan Karlholm

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2009

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Art History 2009, 32 (4): 712-733.

This article looks at influential survey texts on world art history since c. 1980, and considers how they have dealt with the art nearest to them in time. I examine the terminology used, and problems of classification, periodization, and history writing at large. In order to describe how these texts struggle with the terms contemporary and postmodern, I focus on their treatment of conceptual art and two artists: Joseph Beuys and Cindy Sherman. The symbolic and economic consolidation of contemporary art during the last decade or so prompts me to establish a broader frame of understanding, linking it to constructions of the contemporary in the nineteenth century and to the idea of co-existing temporalities for art.

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Dan Karlholm

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2009

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Dagens Nyheter 2007, 9 december : -.

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Dan Karlholm

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2007

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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In: Is art history global?. New York : Routledge.

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Dan Karlholm

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2007

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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SITE 2007, 21 : 4-.

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Dan Karlholm

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2007

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Konsthistorisk Tidskrift 2007, 76 (3): 168-173.

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Dan Karlholm

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2007

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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In: NORDIK 2006, Webpublikasjon. : .

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Dan Karlholm

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2006

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Oxford art journal 2006, 29 (1): 145-149.

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Dan Karlholm

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2006

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Leitmotiv: motivi di estetica e filosofia delle arti 2005, 5 : 115-124.

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Dan Karlholm

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2005

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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Bern : Peter Lang, 2004.

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Dan Karlholm

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2004

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School of Culture and Education
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Merge : sound, thought, image 2003, 2 : -.

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Dan Karlholm

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2003

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School of Culture and Education
Art History

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In: Subjectivity and methodology in art history. Stockholm : Konstvetenskapliga institutionen, Univ., 2003. 33-44.

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Dan Karlholm

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2003

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School of Culture and Education
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Valör 2003, 4 : -.

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Dan Karlholm

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2003

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Konsthistorisk Tidskrift 2003, 72 (3): 186-205.

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Dan Karlholm

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2003

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School of Culture and Education
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Stockholm : Konstvetenskapliga institutionen, Univ., 2003.

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Margaretha Rossholm Lagerlöf

Dan Karlholm

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2003

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Art History

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CAA Reviews 2002, January : -.

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Dan Karlholm

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Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 2002, 60 (4): 360-361.

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Dan Karlholm

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2002

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Konsthistorisk Tidskrift 2002, 71 (1-2): 58-62.

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Dan Karlholm

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2002

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In: Vad betyder verket?. Stockholm : Konstvetenskapliga institutionen, Univ., 2001. 43-52.

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Dan Karlholm

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2001

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CAA Reviews 2001, December : -.

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Konsthistorisk Tidskrift 2001, 70 (4): 244-246.

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Dan Karlholm

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Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 2001, 59 (1): 105-106.

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Dan Karlholm

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2001

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Konsthistorisk Tidskrift 2001, 70 (1-2): 32-39.

The article argues that academic art history, as it is taught in undergraduate courses throughout the Western world, is based on an obsolete assumption. The very heart of art-historical education - the grand narrative tour of the survey course - amounts to the student's inculcation and symbolic duplication of the great journey of Art through the ages. The curriculum's tacit goal is typically to establish a habitus for responding to art, and to expose the student to a certain kind of experience, rather than to a proper education in the "art of art history" (Preziosi) or the analysis of visual culture, old and new. The latter task would arguably serve today's students better, regardless of whether or not they will pursue academic careers. My brief proposal for a reformation of the conventional education aims to subsume historiography, in an extended sense of the word, as well as a meta-historical reflection into the art history introductory course. The key pedagogical strategy, which reflects elementary research procedures, would be to begin each carefully selected historical inquiry with what is considered - or contested - knowledge of the object of study (work of art, period, artist, problem, etc.) today. To proceed, one could, for instance, compare a current position (alluding to both place and point of view) with an older position or "historiotopy," in order to systematically dramatize the discursive production of art-historical objects through history, as well as convey the fact that knowledge is situated, prespectival and essentially preliminary. The point is, ultimately, to exchange a largely passive reception of a quasi-Heglian meta-narrative overview for a meta-historical insight, and to initiate active, critical engagement with the production/interpretation of images, contemporary as well as historical.

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Art History 2001, 24 (4): 552-577.

The representation of general art history in the nineteenth century is the centre of attention of this essay. It examines, in particular, the structural characteristics from 1845 to 1856 of Denkmaler des Kunst (Monuments of Art), a collection of engravings which constitutes the visual supplement to the first text of general art history, Handbuch der Kunstgeschichte (1841-42) by Franz Kugler. The impact of this largely neglected pictorial 'atlas', early on metaphorized as a 'museum'. is connected to comparable visual regimes of a later date, especially Malraux's photographic 'museum without walls', but also Warburg's Memory Atlas, the open-ended possibilities of the post-photographic practices and the web. Intersected is an argument with Danto's Hegelian 'end of art' thesis, ushering in a more closely contextualized reading of the 'end' of art history from a contemporary, media-saturated viewpoint. It all begins, and ends, with Warhol's postmodern version of Raphael's vision: the Sistine Madonna.

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2001

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Dagens Nyheter 2000, 16 mars : -.

Essä om Werner Hofmann, Die Moderne im Rückspiegel. Hauptwege der Kunstgeschichte

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Dan Karlholm

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In: 8 kapitel om konsthistoriens historia i Sverige . Stockholm : Raster, 2000. -.

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In: 8 kapitel om konsthistoriens historia i Sverige. Stockholm : Raster, 2000. -.

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CAA Reviews 2000, January : -.

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Michael Ann Holly

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Konsthistorisk Tidskrift 2000, 69 (3-4): 233-235.

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Dan Karlholm

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2000

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Dan Karlholm

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