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Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Unsettling Heimat and the Touristic Ideal: Tropes of the Uncanny in Lois Hechenblaikner's Anti-Heimat Photography”, Austrian Studies 29 (2021), 121-43.

A New Austrian Regionalism: Alfons Walde and Austrian Identity in Painting after 1918” Austrian History Yearbook (2021), 1–26. Read it here

Bolshevik Jews, Aryan Vienna? Popular Antisemitism in Der Kikeriki, 1918-1933”, The Leo Baeck Institute Year Book (2018), 157-178. 

“Gender(ed) Revolution? Masculinities and Femininities in Irena Blühová’s work”, immediations 3:4 (2015). 

Book Chapters 

Beyond the Provincial: Entanglements of Regional Modernism in Interwar Central Europe”, in Periodization in the Art Historiographies of Central and Eastern Europe, edited by Shona Kallestrupp et al. London: Routledge, 2022. Read it here

Crossing Borders and Period Boundaries in Central European Art: The Work of Anna Lesznai (ca. 1910-1939)”, in Rethinking Period Boundaries: New Approaches to Continuity and Discontinuity in Modern European History and Culture, edited by Lucian George and Jade McGlynn. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2022. Read it here

"Simple Entertainment? Die Muskete and ‘Weak’ Antisemitism in Interwar Vienna", in Visual Antisemitism in Central Europe, eds Eva Janáčová and Jakub Hauser (Oldenbourg: DeGruyter, 2021), pp. 123–144. 

"Pouhá zábava? Die Muskete a „umírněný“ antisemitismus v meziválečné Vídni", in Obrazy nenávisti. Vizuální projevy antisemitismu ve střední Evropě, eds Eva Janáčová and Jakub Hauser (Prague: Artefactum, 2021), pp. 117–136. 

“”A School for Becoming Human”: The Socialist Humanism of Irena Blühová’s Bauhaus Photographs”, in Bauhaus Bodies. Gender, Sexuality, and Body Culture in Modernism’s Legendary Art School, edited by Elizabeth Otto and Patrick Rössler. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019, 287­–310. 

Magazines + General Interest

“Bauhaus Ireny Blühové”, Art + Antiques, September 2019, 44-51.

“Irena Blühová”, in Elizabeth Otto and Patrick Rössler, Bauhaus Women: A Global Perspective. London: Palazzo Publishing, 2019, 172-177.

“Judit Kárász”, in Elizabeth Otto and Patrick Rössler, Bauhaus Women: A Global Perspective. London: Palazzo Publishing, 2019, 178-179.


"Artwork of the Month, May 2022: The Earth Sings (1933) by Karel Plicka," CRAACE Blog, May, 2022. Link here

"Artwork of the Month, December 2021: Židovská Street III (1935–36) by Imrich Weiner-Kráľ," CRAACE Blog, December 2021. Link here

“Artwork of the Month, July 2021: Logo of The Salzburg Festival By Poldi Wojtek (1928),” CRAACE Blog, July 2021. Link here

“Artwork Of The Month, February 2021: Experiment With Two Negatives At The Bauhaus By Irena Blühová (1932),” CRAACE Blog, February 2021. Link here

“Eternal And Blissfully Unaware: Unser Land Mit Unsern Augen (1949) And Austrian Cultural Amnesia After 1945,” CRAACE Blog, October 2020. Link here

“Artwork Of The Month, September 2020: This Is What It Looks Like, My Child, This World By Friedl Dicker-Brandeis (C. 1933),” CRAACE Blog, September 2020. Link here

“Artwork Of The Month, April 2020: Columbus In Der Slovakei By Leopold Wolfgang Rochowanski (1936),” CRAACE Blog, April 2020. Link here

“Artwork Of The Month, November 2019: Slovak Lourdes By Anna Lesznai (1924),” CRAACE Blog, November 2019. Link here

“Herbert Ploberger: At The Interface Between Fine And Applied Art,” CRAACE Blog, Octobrt 2019. Link here

“Artwork Of The Month, May 2019: The Berghaus On The Hahnenkamm By Clemens Holzmeister (1929-1930),” Craace Blog, May 2019. Link here

“Artwork Of The Month: The Mother By Rudolf Koppitz (1925),” CRAACE Blog, January 2019. Link here

Exhibition Reviews

"Whose modernity is it? A Brno exhibition that highlights the paradox of the interwar ‘civilised’ woman", CRAACE Blog, December 2021. Link here

"Čí je to modernita? Paradox meziválečné 'Civilizované Ženy'”, Art + Antiques, November 2021.

“Women Of the Viennese Workshops: Exhibition Review,” CRAACE Blog, June 2021. Link here

“Jak kurátorovat českou avantgardu”, Art + Antiques, February 2020.

“Facing An Uncomfortable Past: Restitution And The Rehang Of The Lentos Kunstmuseum In Linz,” CRAACE Blog, February 2020. Link here

“The Art Of Subcarpathian Rus 1919-1938 – Czechoslovak Footprint: Exhibition Review,” CRAACE Blog, December 2019. Link here

“Oskar Kokoschka: Expressionist, Migrant, European,” CRAACE Blog, July 2019. Link here

“Rupture And Continuity: The Fate Of The Habsburg Inheritance After 1918,” CRAACE Blog, May 2019. Link here

“Have No Fear Of Modernism! Exhibition Review,” CRAACE Blog, January 2019. Link here

“Klimt/Schiele: Drawings From The Albertina Museum,” CRAACE Blog, December 2018. Link here

Book Reviews

“Beyond The Single-Artist Study: Bohumil Kubišta And New Ways Of Monographic Research In The Czech Lands: Book Review,” CRAACE Blog, April 2021. Link here

“Women and the Wiener Werkstätte. A Review of: Die Frauen der Wiener Werkstätte / Women Artists of the Wiener Werkstätte, edited by Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, Anne-Katrin Rossberg, and Elisabeth Schmuttermeier”, Art East Central, Vol. 1 (February 2021), pp. 141—145.

“Moving times, moving spaces. Conference report on ‘Questions of Periodisation in the Art Historiographies of Central and Eastern Europe’”, Journal of Art Historiography, No. 22 (June 2020).

“Neighbours: An Austrian-Czech History Book: Book Review,” CRAACE Blog, June 2020. Link here

“Košice Modernism: Catalogue Review,” CRAACE Blog, December 2018. Link here

"Der Tschechoslowakische Werkbund und der Werkbund der Deutschen in der Tschechoslowakei. Eine kritische Anthologie, edited by Alena Janatková," (Berlin, 2018), Zeitschrift für Ostmitteleuropa-Forschung, 68:4(2019).

"Hörfunk und Hörfunkpolitik in der Tschechoslowakei und im Protektorat Böhmen und Mähren Berlin, edited by Peter Becher and Anne Knechtel (2017)," Bohemia, 58:1 (2018). 

"Milena Bartlová, Unsere "nationale" Kunst. Studien zur Geschichte der Kunstgeschichte, Stuttgart: Thorbecke 2016," sehepunkte 18:6 (2018).


Iain Boyd Whyte, “Otto Wagners “Moderne” jenseits der Doppelmonarchie”, in Otto Wagner, edited by Andreas Nierhaus and Eva-Maria Orosz. Vienna: Residenz Verlag 2018, 36-43.

Leslie Topp, „Otto Wagner und die Junge Generation. Inspiration, Rückzug, Kritik”, in Otto Wagner, edited by Andreas Nierhaus and Eva-Maria Orosz. Vienna: Residenz Verlag 2018, 118-125.

Eve Blau, “Wagner und das Rote Wien”, in Otto Wagner, edited by Andreas Nierhaus and Eva-Maria Orosz. Vienna: Residenz Verlag 2018, 152-192.