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  • 15th- and 16th-century music and institutions in Imperial lands Go to
  • 15th and 16th century music theory Go to
  • 16th-century music history (Italy) Go to
  • 17th century Antwerp art, and especially engraving Go to
  • 1870 - 1939 French music and culture Go to
  • 18TH CENTURY Go to
  • 18th Century Go to
  • 18th-century music, aesthetics, and criticism, especially in Germany Go to
  • 19th/20th century music history Go to
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  • 20th- and 21st-century music history Go to
  • 20th century music Go to
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  • Aby Warburg Go to
  • Aesthetics Go to
  • Aesthetics of music (historical, transcultural and empirical perspectives) Go to
  • Aesthetics of music in the XVII and XVIII centuries Go to
  • African polyphony Go to
  • Afro Brazilian music and culture Go to
  • American Art and Transatlantic German Relations Go to
  • Animal symbolicism (especially as regards the spider) Go to
  • Anthropology and sociology of music and culture Go to
  • ANTHROPOLOGY OF MUSIC Go to
  • Anthropology of music Go to
  • ARCHAEOLOGY & EARLY-MEDIEVAL ART HISTORY Go to
  • Architectural and urban theory Go to
  • Architectural books produced in Europe during the modern period Go to
  • Architectural history and theory Go to
  • ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY Go to
  • ARCHITECTURAL ORIENTALISM Go to
  • Architectural theories and practises, 16th-17th centuries Go to
  • Architecture and mediation in the 19th and 20th centuries, including architecture and print culture, architectural exhibitions, architecture and mobility. Go to
  • ARCHITECTURE Go to
  • Architecture Go to
  • Architecture in Southern Europe, 1925-1972 Go to
  • Art and Anthropology Go to
  • Art and media in Contemporary Italy Go to
  • Art and Mobility in Early Modern Times Go to
  • Art and neuroscience Go to
  • Art and Rhetoric in Antiquity and Early Modern Times Go to
  • Art and the body Go to
  • Art and the city Go to
  • Art and the reformation Go to
  • ART & ARCHITECTURE Go to
  • Art Criticism and Theory Go to
  • Art criticism Go to
  • Art exhibition studies Go to
  • (Arthistorical) Historiography (Early Modern Times) Go to
  • ART HISTORY AND THEORY Go to
  • ART HISTORY, DIGITAL HUMANITIES Go to
  • ART HISTORY Go to
  • ART HISTORY HISTORIOGRAPHY PERCEPTION Go to
  • Art history in Europe and Northern America, 19th and 20st century Go to
  • ART HISTORY, MIDDLE AGES, ICONOLOGY, CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY Go to
  • Art history - theory and history of the discipline Go to
  • Artistic Institutions (Museum History, History of collecting) Go to
  • Artistic responses to the First World War Go to
  • Artists’ Nomadism Go to
  • Art lexicology and terminology Go to
  • Art museum practice and history Go to
  • Art of Early Modern Sweden (Renaissance and Baroque) Go to
  • Art of the early modern era Go to
  • Art of the Italian Renaissance (16th Century) Go to
  • Arts of the Christian communities of the Near East and Asia Go to
  • Art theory and art history writings Go to
  • Art Theory (Early Modern) Go to
  • Art Theory (Early Modern Times) Go to
  • Art Theory Go to
  • Art theory Go to
  • Astrological iconography Go to
  • Austrian baroque music Go to
  • Austro-German music from Bach to Mahler Go to
  • Authorship in Western music history Go to
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  • Bacchus and Christ Go to
  • Bacchus and wine Go to
  • Bach Go to
  • Baroque festival culture Go to
  • Baroque Music Go to
  • Baroque Music in the age of Händel Go to
  • Baroque studies Go to
  • Beethoven (esp. late compositions, vocal music, creative process, musical network to contemporaries) Go to
  • Bildwissenschaft Go to
  • Burgundian Renaissance Go to
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  • Chamber Music Go to
  • Church music Go to
  • Cinema Go to
  • Cognitive aspects of aurally transmitted music Go to
  • Cognitive research in art history Go to
  • Collection and patronage in the 17th century, especially by the Modena Estensi Go to
  • Colonization and Postcolonialism Go to
  • Combination of unstinting attentiveness to detail and wider interdisciplinary openness Go to
  • Community Planning Go to
  • Complex cultural systems Go to
  • Compositional process, the creative process in music Go to
  • Concert life in eighteenth century france Go to
  • Congrès Internationaux d'Architecture Moderne (CIAM) Go to
  • Connections between art and anthropology, in particular theories of agency Go to
  • Connections between history of art and visual culture Go to
  • CONTEMPORARY MUSIC, SEMIOTICS OF MUSIC, TERMINOLOGY OF MUSIC Go to
  • Contemporary Photography Go to
  • Court culture Go to
  • Court studies Go to
  • Cult-objects and religious materiality in the Middle Ages Go to
  • Cultural analytics Go to
  • CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY, CULTURAL STUDIES, MUSICOLOGY Go to
  • Cultural Exchange and Artistic Relations between Germany and France Go to
  • CULTURAL HERITAGE Go to
  • Cultural heritage policy Go to
  • Cultural history of music in France during the 19th and early 20th centuries Go to
  • Cultural history of music in Ireland Go to
  • Cultural production and cultural institutions Go to
  • Cultural Transfer and Music Go to
  • Cultural transfer Go to
  • Cultural transfer Go to
  • Curatorship and conservation of modern architecture Go to
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  • Debussy, Ravel, Milhaud, Les Six Go to
  • Decoration of European town-halls Go to
  • Decorative systems in Renaissance Art Go to
  • Developed notion of ‘historical-mindedness’ Go to
  • Digital art history Go to
  • Digital design theory Go to
  • Digital humanities Go to
  • Digital humanities Go to
  • Digital Musicologies Go to
  • Dionysiac tradition Go to
  • Dynamics of cultural interaction in the arts of the Middle Ages Go to
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  • Early Gothic architecture in England Go to
  • Early Medieval music Go to
  • Early modern architecture Go to
  • Early modern art and architectural theory Go to
  • EARLY MODERN ART HISTORY Go to
  • Early modern European art history Go to
  • Early modern images / art and global exchange Go to
  • Early modern music Go to
  • Early music analysis Go to
  • Early music printing Go to
  • Early Netherlandish, Flemish and Dutch Art Go to
  • Education and Formation of the Artist's Identity Go to
  • English,American music and Norwegian music Go to
  • English, French and Italian music of the 14th to 16th centuries Go to
  • English music of all periods Go to
  • Epistemology of music studies Go to
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  • Ethical and aesthetical issues of Baroque sacred music Go to
  • Ethnography Go to
  • Ethnography Go to
  • Ethnomusicologist (Areas: Central Africa, Grece, Israel) Go to
  • ETHNOMUSICOLOGY Go to
  • Ethnomusicology Go to
  • ETHNOMUSICOLOGY, MUSICOLOGY Go to
  • EUROPEAN ART HISTORY Go to
  • EUROPEAN ART MUSIC Go to
  • European concert life Go to
  • European music of the later middle ages, c. 1300-1450 Go to
  • Exhibition / Curator Go to
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  • Fieldwork Go to
  • Film Go to
  • Film music Go to
  • Florence & Rome Go to
  • Francesco Cavalli's operas Go to
  • Franz Liszt Go to
  • Franz Schubert Go to
  • French art and artistic theory, 1750-1850 Go to
  • FRENCH HISTORY OF MUSIC Go to
  • French Music Ars Nova Go to
  • FRENCH MUSIC Go to
  • French painting of the 18th century Go to
G
  • Gender and the visual arts Go to
  • Gender in iconography Go to
  • General aesthetics Go to
  • Geographical dimension of music history Go to
  • German literature and culture, esp. 18th and 19th centuries Go to
  • German painting in the 19th century Go to
  • Giovanni Battista Piranesi Go to
  • Goya and Italia Go to
  • Goya Go to
  • Grotesques in Renaissance Art Go to
H
  • Habsburg history Go to
  • Heinrich Isaac (c. 1455-1517) and his contemporaries Go to
  • Heitor Villa-Lobos Go to
  • Heritage studies Go to
  • Hermeneutics of music Go to
  • Hispano American urbanism and architecture Go to
  • HISTORICAL MUSICOLOGY Go to
  • Historical musicology Go to
  • Historical performance Go to
  • Historicism and 19th century architectural thinking Go to
  • Historigraphy of art Go to
  • Historiogaphy of music Go to
  • Historiography of Abstract Expressionism Go to
  • Historiography of art Go to
  • Historiography of art history and of connoisseurship Go to
  • Historiography of art history (history of the discipline of art history) Go to
  • Historiography of Baroque music Go to
  • Historiography of music(ology), c. 1800-present Go to
  • Historiography of Spanish music in the international context. Go to
  • Historiography of the Art History (Aby Warburg) Go to
  • History and methodology of art history Go to
  • History and theory of photography Go to
  • History of 19th century music to the present Go to
  • History of 19th-century opera Go to
  • History of abstraction Go to
  • History of Anglo-American musicology since 1945 Go to
  • History of architecture Go to
  • HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE Go to
  • History of Architecture Go to
  • History of architecture in Germany 19th and 20th century Go to
  • History of art and architecture Go to
  • HISTORY OF ART & ARCHITECTURE Go to
  • HISTORY OF ART Go to
  • History of Art Go to
  • History of Art Go to
  • History of art literature and art reception Go to
  • History of classical tradition and the vogue for classical and biblical subjects in art of the modern era Go to
  • History of culture Go to
  • History of Display Go to
  • History of emotions Go to
  • History of European architecture 19th and 20th century Go to
  • History of European art, 1300-1900 Go to
  • History of history of art Go to
  • History of ideas, critical theory, aesthetics Go to
  • History of ideas Go to
  • History of images and image theory Go to
  • History of listening practices, 19th and 20th centuries Go to
  • History of museums and of collections Go to
  • History of music: 18th­ - 19th centuries Go to
  • History of musical aesthetics Go to
  • History of musical genres Go to
  • History of musical genres Go to
  • History of musical genres (motet, string quintet, sonata) Go to
  • HISTORY OF MUSIC Go to
  • History of music Go to
  • History of music: Middle Ages Go to
  • History of musicology Go to
  • History of musicology Go to
  • History of musicology Go to
  • History of music theory Go to
  • history of music theory Go to
  • History of music theory (including reading and printing history, material texts) Go to
  • History of National Socialism Go to
  • History of opera Go to
  • History of opera in the 18th and 19th century Go to
  • History of perception of the work of art Go to
  • History of photography, prints, and painting (19th Century) Go to
  • History of prints Go to
  • History of Reconstruction Go to
  • History of the guitar Go to
  • History of the Modern Movement, Bauhaus, German Werkbund Go to
  • History of the rebuilding of Germany Go to
  • History of the senses and music. Go to
  • History of Venetian music Go to
  • History of vocal music (both secular and sacred) in the long 19th century Go to
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  • Iconology and image anthropology Go to
  • Iconology Go to
  • Improvised counterpoint Go to
  • Informal settlements and Urban informality Go to
  • Instrumental music of the late 18th and 19th centuries (Mendelssohn and Mozart in particular) Go to
  • Intangible Cultural Heritage Go to
  • Interdisciplinarity Go to
  • Interdisciplinary research into music and visual culture Go to
  • Interior decoration in the 16th and 17th centuries Go to
  • Intermediality Go to
  • international law Go to
  • international law Go to
  • Interplay of music, words and images Go to
  • Irish art and architecture Go to
  • Italian and French opera in 18th century Go to
  • Italian music in European music history of the 15th to17th century Go to
  • Italian Painting, 15th–17th century Go to
  • Italian poetry for Baroque vocal music Go to
  • Italian Renaissance and Baroque Painting Go to
  • Italian Renaissance Art Go to
  • Italian Renaissance art Go to
  • Italian renaissance painting Go to
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  • Josep Lluis Sert, Spanish architect who led the introduction of Modern urbanism in North America Go to
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  • Keyboard music up to the 18th century Go to
  • Keyboard studies, particularly organ performance and history Go to
  • Kunstliteratur (Art Criticism) Go to
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  • Landscape history, with particular reference to Ian Hamilton Finlay Go to
  • Landscape-painting Go to
  • Late Antique and Byzantine studies Go to
  • Late Medieval and Renaissance music: sources/media, musical life in central Europe, Josquin, Obrecht, Senfl, German composers around 1500 Go to
  • Late style Go to
  • Latinamerican cultural studies Go to
  • Latin music theory of the 14th-16th centuries, especially in Central Europe. Go to
  • Law and the image Go to
  • Lieder Go to
  • Life and works of Alessandro Stradella (1639-1682) Go to
  • Liturgical chant Go to
  • Liturgy Go to
  • Ludwig van Beethoven Go to
  • Lute Music and Tablature notations Go to
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  • Magic and talisman in art Go to
  • Mannerist art Go to
  • Manuscript studies Go to
  • Mapping Go to
  • Mediaeval painting Go to
  • Medieval and renaissance music Go to
  • Medieval and Renaissance music Go to
  • Medieval art Go to
  • Medieval Art Go to
  • Medieval English literature Go to
  • Medieval European literature Go to
  • Medieval music Go to
  • Medieval music Go to
  • Medieval music notation, especially in Central Europe. Go to
  • Medieval music of all countries Go to
  • Medieval music theory Go to
  • Medieval performance practice Go to
  • Medieval stringed instruments Go to
  • Mediterranean routes in painting around 1500 Go to
  • Mediterranean studies Go to
  • Methodology and history of musicology Go to
  • Methodology Go to
  • Methodology of art history Go to
  • Middle Ages Go to
  • Middle Eastern studies Go to
  • Modeling Go to
  • Modernism and Post-Modernism Go to
  • Modernism Go to
  • Modernity and music Go to
  • Modernity in architectural study Go to
  • Mozart Reception Go to
  • Mozart's early operatic works before "Idomeneo" Go to
  • Museums studies (critical and poscritical perspectives) Go to
  • Music aesthetics and hermeneutics Go to
  • Music aesthetics Go to
  • MUSIC AESTHETICS Go to
  • Musical amateurs and their collections Go to
  • Musical culture of Central Europe Go to
  • Musical dramaturgy Go to
  • Musical dramaturgy Go to
  • Musical editing, music philology Go to
  • Musical historiography Go to
  • Musical modernism Go to
  • Musical narratology and semiology Go to
  • Musical Notation (especially in relation to theory, composition and performance) Go to
  • Musical notation Go to
  • Musical philology Go to
  • Musical riddles Go to
  • Musical systems Go to
  • Music analysis Go to
  • Music and confessionalisation Go to
  • Music and cultural and religious identity Go to
  • Music and cultural exchanges Go to
  • Music and discourse in seventeenth and eighteenth century Europe Go to
  • Music and gender Go to
  • Music and globalisation Go to
  • Music and ideology Go to
  • Music and literature Go to
  • Music and meaning Go to
  • Music and politics Go to
  • Music and technology Go to
  • Music and the Arts Go to
  • Music and the arts in interwar France Go to
  • Music and theology during the Reformation Go to
  • Music and visual arts Go to
  • Music as Intangible Cultural Heritage Go to
  • Music before 1600 (music and text, music and Humanism, music theory, historiography, source studies) Go to
  • Music between Late-Romanticism, Modernism and Postmodernism (especially Richard Strauss and his contemporaries) Go to
  • Music Collections Go to
  • Music criticism and the role of the press Go to
  • Music, digital media and mediation Go to
  • Music from 1450 to 1650, particularly in Italy Go to
  • MUSIC Go to
  • Music Go to
  • Music Historiography and Early-Music Scholarship in the 19th and 20th centuries Go to
  • Music historiography Go to
  • Music historiography Go to
  • Music History 18th to 21st Centuries Go to
  • Music History Go to
  • MUSIC HISTORY Go to
  • Music history Go to
  • Music history Go to
  • Music history Go to
  • Music history of early modern Germany and Italy, and 19th-ct. France Go to
  • Music history of late-medieval Bohemia and Central Europe Go to
  • Music history of the 14th to 18th centuries Go to
  • Music Iconography especially Caravaggio Go to
  • Music in Cinquecento Venice Go to
  • Music in dictatorships Go to
  • Music in Naples 15-19 centuries Go to
  • Music in Spain Go to
  • Music in the cultural and political life of Florence Go to
  • Music in the late 20th and 21st centuries Go to
  • Music in the late romantic/early modern period Go to
  • music in the Principality of Liège (from Middle Ages until Baroque Go to
  • Music in the Rhinelands Go to
  • Music in Tuscany (15th - 19th centuries) Go to
  • Music, liturgy and the church in the 15th and 16th centuries Go to
  • Music of pre-modern Europe Go to
  • Music of the 14th – 20th centuries Go to
  • Music of the 18th century Go to
  • Music of the Middle Ages, particularly Gregorian and post-Gregorian chant Go to
  • Music of the Renaissance Go to
  • Music of Western Europe, 1150-1350 Go to
  • MUSICOLOGY_AND_ART_HISTORY Go to
  • MUSICOLOGY AND HISTORY OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE Go to
  • MUSICOLOGY & ART HISTORY Go to
  • MUSICOLOGY Go to
  • Musicology Go to
  • Musicology Go to
  • Musicology Go to
  • Musicology Go to
  • Musicology Go to
  • Musicology Go to
  • Musicology Go to
  • Musicology Go to
  • MUSICOLOGY & HISTORY OF ART & ARCHITECTURE Go to
  • MUSICOLOLGY Go to
  • Music paleography and philology Go to
  • Music Patronage in Early Modern Italy Go to
  • Music philology Go to
  • Music philology Go to
  • Music practices and music cultures from the Renaissance to the early 19th century Go to
  • Music source-studies and text criticism Go to
  • Music textual criticism Go to
  • Music theory and analysis Go to
  • Music theory and analysis Go to
  • Music theory, counterpoint, analysis, musica ficta, text-setting Go to
  • Music theory Go to
  • Music Theory in the Middle Ages Go to
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  • Naples Go to
  • Nationalism, Internationalism and transnationalism in music and the arts Go to
  • Netherlandish art in the 16th and 17th centuries Go to
  • New semantifications Go to
  • Nineteenth-century art Go to
  • Nineteenth-century art Go to
  • Nino Rota Go to
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  • Painting and theatre Go to
  • Painting, photography and early film Go to
  • Paris, in the concept of ‘the poetics of the museum’ Go to
  • Participative urbanism Go to
  • Past and present in the artistic production Go to
  • Peformance practice / performance studies Go to
  • Performance practice Go to
  • Performance studies Go to
  • Performance studies Go to
  • Performance studies Go to
  • Performativity and Art Go to
  • Performing Arts Go to
  • Philology and Editing Go to
  • Philosophy Go to
  • Philosophy of music Go to
  • philosophy of music in the 15th and 16th centuries Go to
  • Philosophy of music in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Go to
  • Piano Music in 19th century Go to
  • Placemaking strategies Go to
  • "Poiesis" Go to
  • Political monuments in the 19th and 20th centuries Go to
  • Polyphony, chant, and liturgy in the later Middle Ages and Renaissance Go to
  • Popular music Go to
  • Postmodern views of musicology Go to
  • Post-War British art 1945-60 Go to
  • Pre-modern music and court cultures, in particular Europe and East Asia Go to
  • Prints and photographs (XIXth C) Go to
  • private law Go to
  • private law Go to
  • Processes of transcultural negotiation in art Go to
  • Psychology of art Go to
  • Psychology of music Go to
  • Public service broadcasting, television, cultural and media policy Go to
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  • Question of images Go to
  • Questions of music historiography and current methods in musicology Go to
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  • Reception of European music in Britain Go to
  • Reception studies Go to
  • Regional music cultures (the Rhineland, Switzerland, Mexico) Go to
  • Regional traditions Go to
  • Relations between art and music in the Renaissance and Baroque eras Go to
  • Relationship between architecture, litterature and rhetoric Go to
  • Relationship between Art and Music Go to
  • Relationships between early-modern art and Jesuit spirituality Go to
  • Relationships between early-modern art theory and image theology Go to
  • Religious art Go to
  • Religious studies Go to
  • Religious vision Go to
  • Renaissance and Baroque Art Go to
  • Renaissance art and architecture (especially French Renaissance) Go to
  • RENAISSANCE ART HISTORY Go to
  • Renaissance grottoes Go to
  • Renaissance music Go to
  • Renaissance music Go to
  • Renaissance music manuscript/printed books: edition, music patronage, performance practice. Go to
  • Renaissance Polyphony in Continental Europe Go to
  • Renaissance studies Go to
  • Renaissance vocal and instrumental music Go to
  • Richard Strauss, esp. songs and instrumental music Go to
  • Robert Schumann Go to
  • Role of European cultural institutions in peacemaking Go to
  • Romanesque Sculpture Go to
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  • Sacred music, especially of the early centuries Go to
  • Sacred Music (in the context of liturgy, devotion and theology) Go to
  • Sacred , secular and moral opera in 17th-century Italy Go to
  • Self-Portraiture, Renaissance - Contemporary Art Go to
  • Semiology Go to
  • Semiotics Go to
  • Semiotics Go to
  • Semiotics of music Go to
  • Seventeenth and eighteenth century French music Go to
  • Seventeenth and Eighteenth century music Go to
  • Site-specific and devotional forms of religious experience as reflected in the arts Go to
  • Situationist international and the writings of Guy Debord Go to
  • Social and cultural theory Go to
  • Social and intellectual history of music Go to
  • Social and intellectual history of music Go to
  • Social history of music Go to
  • Sociology and anthropology of music Go to
  • Source studies Go to
  • Southern Italy (middle-ages) Go to
  • Spanish and Latin American art Go to
  • Spanish Art of the Golden Age Go to
  • Spanish Baroque Painting Go to
  • Spanish traditional music. Project "Fons de Música Tradicional (CSIC-IMF)": http://www.musicatradicional.eu Go to
  • Special chants for local saints Go to
  • Specialist on the writings of the composer and conductor Pierre Boulez Go to
  • Spectral music Go to
  • Stage Music in France from the Restoration to the Commune (1814-1871) Go to
  • Stravinsky Go to
  • Study of audiovisual works Go to
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  • Terminology of music Go to
  • The 17th-Century Italian cantata in all its manifestations Go to
  • The 17th-century Italian oratorio Go to
  • The art of collecting and the 17th century cabinet of curiosity Go to
  • The arts, physiological psychology and neuro-sciences during the 19th and early 20st. century Go to
  • The creative process of genius: Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Velázquez Go to
  • The History of Art Perception in Modern and Contemporary Art Go to
  • The mechanism of signification of the art work Go to
  • The modalities of reception of the artistic text Go to
  • The music of Harrison Birtwistle Go to
  • The New Objectivity as a stylistic phenomenon Go to
  • Theoretical museology Go to
  • Theories of Authorship and Historical Concepts of Artistic Production (Early Modern and since the 1960's) Go to
  • Theories of subjectivity Go to
  • Theorization Go to
  • Theory and historiography of art history Go to
  • Theory and history of modern art and architecture Go to
  • Theory and history of musicology Go to
  • Theory of art, early modern to present Go to
  • Theory of art (with respect to musicology) Go to
  • Theory of music Go to
  • The problem of style Go to
  • The reception of early music in the twentieth century Go to
  • The staging of passions Go to
  • Tomb sculpture Go to
  • Transatlantic Go to
  • Transcultural phenomena and processos in music Go to
  • Transmission of music repertory between Spain and other countries (from Europe and the Americas). Go to
  • Turkish music Go to
  • Twentieth-century and contemporary music Go to
  • Twentieth century music Go to
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  • Viennese Classicism (Mozart and contemporaries) Go to
  • Visual culture of sport Go to
  • Visual hermeneutics Go to
  • Vitruvianism and language of the architectural orders Go to
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  • Western European architecture – Romanesque and Gothic Go to
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  • XIXth Century Art Go to
  • XVIIIth - XIXth Century Art History (Painting, Sculpture) Go to
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  • Youth Orchestras ("El Sistema" from Venezuela to Europe) Go to
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