Isabelle Dolezalek

Bild: Peter Himsel

Isabelle Dolezalek

Member since 2019
born 1981
subject: History of Art

Technische Universität Berlin
Institut für Kunstwissenschaft
Straße des 17. Juni 152
10623 Berlin

Tel.: (030) 314 29564

Personal web page

Research Areas

  • History of Art

  • Medieval Art

  • Transcultural Encounters

  • History of Museums


Curriculum Vitae

  • 2016-2019

    Research fellow at the Technische Universität Berlin and in the research cluster "Translocations - Historical Enquiries into the Displacement of Cultural Assests".

  • 2012-2016

    Project "Objects in Transfer. Concepts for the Museographical Display of Transfer Processes between the Near East and Europe during the Pre-modern Period", SFB 980 'Episteme in Motion', Freie Universität Berlin and the Museum of Islamic Art (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin).

  • 05/2013

    Ph.D., Freie Universität Berlin. Distinguished with the Medievalists' Society Award for outstanding doctoral dissertations (03.2015).

  • 2008-2012

    Research fellow in the DFG-Emmy Noether Research Group "Kosmos-Ornatus. Ornaments in Persia and France in comparison", Freie Universität Berlin.

  • 2006-2007

    Master, Comparative History of Medieval Christian and Muslim Societies, University Lyon II, France

  • 2004-2005

    Master of Arts, Cultural and Intellectual History 1300 - 1650, Warburg Institute, University of London, England.

  • 2001-2004

    Bachelor of Arts, Art History, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, England.



  • <a href="" target="_blank" class="link_document">Arabic Script on Christian Kings. Textile Inscriptions on Royal Garments from Norman Sicily. </a>

    Berlin, 2017.

  • <a href="" target="_blank" class="link_document">Objects in Transfer. A Transcultural Exhibition Trail through the Museum für Islamische Kunst in Berlin.</a>

    Hg. Vera Beyer, Isabelle Dolezalek, Sophia Vassilopoulou, 2016:

  • <a href="" target="_blank" class="link_document">„Contextualising Choices: Islamicate Elements in European Arts”, The Medieval History Journal.</a>

    Themenheft, Hg. Vera Beyer, Isabelle Dolezalek, Monica Juneja, 15/2, 2012.

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