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Publications about Warburg
Robert Galitz, Brita Reimers (ed.): Aby M Warburg. "Ekstatische Nymphe... trauernder Flußgott". Portrait eines Gelehrten, Hamburg 1995 (unfortunately out of print)
Aby Warburg: The renewal of pagan antiquity: contributions to the cultural history of the European Renaissance, Introduction by Kurt W. Forster, Translation by David Britt, Los Angeles, CA (Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities) 1999
Bernd Roeck: Der junge Aby Warburg, München 1997
Martin Warnke, coll. Claudia Brink (ed.): Der Bilderatlas Mnemosyne, Berlin 2000
Marc Baratin (ed.): Le pouvoir des bibliothèques: la mémoire des livres en Occident, Paris 1996
Tilmann von Stockhausen: Die Kulturwissenschaftliche Bibliothek Warburg: Architektur, Einrichtung und Organisation, Hamburg : Dölling und Galitz, 1992
Expo. Cat. Il cosmo incantato di Schifanoia. Aby Warburg e la storia delle immagini astrologiche, ed. Cinzia Fratucello and Christina Knorr, Ferrara 1997
Charlotte Schoell-Glass: Aby Warburg und der Antisemitismus: Kulturwissenschaft als Geistespolitik, Frankfurt am Main 1998
Michael Diers (ed.): Porträt aus Büchern: Bibliothek Warburg und Warburg Institute, Hamburg - 1933 - London [Begleitpublikation zur Ausstellung in der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg - Carl von Ossietzky, vom 3. - 23. November 1993], Hamburg 1993
Michael Diers: Von der Ideologie- zur Ikonologiekritik: die Warburg-Renaissancen, in: Frankfurter Schule und Kunstgeschichte [beruht auf Referaten des Symposiums Frankfurter Schule und Kunstgeschichte Ende Juni 1991 im Museum für Kunsthandwerk, Frankfurt am Main] Berlin 1992, S. 19-39
Horst Bredekamp / Michael Diers / Charlotte Schoell-Glass (ed.): Aby Warburg: Akten des internationalen Symposions [Hamburg 1990], Weinheim 1991
Matthew Rampley: The Remembrance of Things Past. On Aby M. Warburg and Walter Benjamin, Wiesbaden 2000
Marianne Koos (ed.): Begleitmaterial zur Ausstellung "Aby M. Warburg. Mnemosyne", Hamburg 1994
Expo. Cat. Aby M. Warburg: Bildersammlung zur Geschichte von Sternglaube und Sternkunde im Hamburger Planetarium (Katalog zu den Ausstellungen 25.1.1993 - 13.3.1993: "Aby Warburg. Mnemosyne"), hrsg. von Uwe Fleckner, Hamburg 1993
L'art et les Révolutions, Akten des 17. Intern. Kunsthistorikerkongresses, CIHA, Straßburg 1992, Sektion 5
There is a beautiful book published on this in both an english and german version. I put it into the bibliography, see also the german wikipedia article. The part on the Pueblo Journey now is perhaps too long, but I of course would rather have the rest expande than to reduce the american part.--Radh (talk) 12:17, 19 October 2008 (UTC)
It should be in the Gombrich biography somewhere, Warburg talks about complacent and sentimental (a crime in W.'s book) German tourists on their holidays, who had all read their Jakob Burkhardt or much worse and were all longing for a bit of Renaissance heroism to rub down on them. But cannot remember the exact words (so you win). Warburg never liked sentimentality (his remarks on Isadora Duncan: "holy sentiments and naked feet").--Radh (talk) 14:09, 14 September 2009 (UTC)
I have to ask, also, about the following sentence: "Harmony and perfection only hide terrible conflict and rationality is always in danger of deep seated irrationality." Can this phrase be attributed to anyone relevant? A cursory search turns up no results attributing this to Warburg. In any case it should be cited and in quotation marks; and if it is not a direct quote from a relevant party, even if it might be in the spirit of Warburg, it is only loosely relevant to the preceding paragraph and inappropriately philosophical as an original contribution. Don't want to step on any toes, but I think it should be If someone can't find an appropriate direct quotation to this effect (or hopefully even more relevant to the narrative context of the subsection (Warburg's implied disillusionment with contemporary bourgeois society)) I think it should be removed. Abusepotential (talk) 04:17, 19 November 2010 (UTC)
- You are tight, it was a paraphrase, I think. Warburg was from time to time rather dissatisfied with bourgeois life (e.g. that of his family). I think too much has been made out of this (Gombrich?). He was more of an artist than a solid Bürger, that's all. --Radh (talk) 08:12, 19 November 2010 (UTC)
Ebreo di sangue: Jew or Hebrew
While most translations have Jude or Jew, German philosopher de:Hartmut Böhme translates Ebreo di sangue, Amburghese di cuore, d'anima Fiorentino: Dem Blute nach Hebräer, dem Herzen nach Hamburger, der Seele nach Florentiner/ "A Hebrew by blood, Hamburg in his heart, Florence in his soul. H. Böhme: Aby M. Warburg (1866-1929). In: Axel Michaels (editor): Klassiker der Religionswissenschaft. Beck, München 1997, 2nd edition, p. 135. (Google books). --Radh (talk) 17:16, 14 November 2010 (UTC)
- I've checked a few Italian sources and it seems that both ebreo and giudeo is used with the meaning of English "Jew". I don't know enough about Italian or Aby Warburg to be sure if what he meant was closer to English "Hebrew" or "Jew" - I think we should probably defer to the majority of sources that translate it as "Jew". ·Maunus·ƛ· 17:33, 14 November 2010 (UTC)
- A new search does seem to indicate that "giudeo" is the favored term by Italian anti-semites·Maunus·ƛ· 17:35, 14 November 2010 (UTC).
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