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2017

Göttler, Christine (2017). Imagination in the Chamber of Sleep: On a Pen-and-Ink-Drawing by Karel van Mander (In Press). In: Bakker, Paul; Lüthy, Christoph; Swan, Claudia; Zittel, Claus (eds.) Image, Imagination and Cognition. Intersections. Leiden: Brill

Göttler, Christine (2017). The Art of Solitude: Environments of Prayer at the Bavarian Court (Submitted). Art History, Special Issue (Art and Religious Reform in Early Modern Europe)

2016

Göttler, Christine; Burghartz, Susanna; Burkart, Lucas (eds.) (2016). Sites of Mediation: Connected Histories of Objects, Processes, and Interactions in Europe and Beyond, 1450–1650. Intersections: Vol. 47. Leiden, Boston: Brill

Göttler, Christine; Burghartz, Susanna; Burkart, Lucas (2016). Introduction: Sites of Mediation in Early Modern Europe and Beyond: A Working Perspective. In: Göttler, Christine; Burghartz, Susanna; Burkart, Lucas (eds.) Sites of Mediation: Connected Histories of Objects, Processes, and Interactions in Europe and Beyond, 1450–1650. Intersections: Vol. 47 (pp. 1-20). Leiden/Boston: Brill

Göttler, Christine (2 March 2016). Kunst der Diätetik / Diätetik der Kunst um 1600 (Unpublished). In: Vortragsreihe des Collegium generale: In aller Munde: Essen und Ernährung. Universität Bern. 02.03.2016.

Göttler, Christine (18 January 2016). The Idols of Antwerp, circa 1620: Entangled Histories in the Early Modern European Collection (Unpublished). In: The Nomadic Object: Early Modern Religious Art in Global Contact. NYU Abu Dhabi. 18.-20.01.2016.

Göttler, Christine; Meganck, Tine (2016). Sites of Art, Nature and the Antique in the Spanish Netherlands. In: Dupré, Sven; De Munck, Bert; Thomas, Werner; Vanpaemel, Geert (eds.) Embattled Territory: The Circulation of Knowledge in the Spanish Netherlands (pp. 333-369). Ghent: Academia Press

Göttler, Christine (2016). Vulcan’s Forge: The Sphere of Art in Early Modern Antwerp. In: Göttler, Chrstine; Dupré, Sven (eds.) Knowledge and Discernment in the Early Modern Arts (pp. 52-87). New York: Routledge

Göttler, Christine; Dupré, Sven (eds.) (2016). Knowledge and Discernment in the Early Modern Arts. New York: Routledge

Göttler, Christine; Dupré, Sven (2016). Introduction: Hidden Artifices. In: Göttler, Christine; Dupré, Sven (eds.) Knowledge and Discernment in the Early Modern Arts (pp. 1-16). Bei York: Routledge

Göttler, Christine (2016). Indian daggers with idols’ in the early modern constcamer: Collecting, picturing, and narrating things in the Netherlands and beyond. In: Weststeijn, Thijs (ed.) Netherlandish Art in its Global Context. Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art: Vol. 66 (pp. 80-109). Leiden: Brill

2015

Göttler, Christine (15 December 2015). A Javanese Dagger in a constcamer painting by Frans Francken the Younger: Collecting Idols and Weapons in the Seventeenth Century Netherlands (Unpublished). In: Catalysts of Knowledge: Early Modern Cultures of Collecting. Workshop, organisiert von Sven Dupré, Koenraad Jonckheere und Marlise Rijks. Universität Ghent. 15.12.2015.

Göttler, Christine (9 December 2015). The re-invention of solitude in late sixteenth- and seventeenth-century art (Unpublished). In: Solitudo: Spaces, Places, and Times of Solitude in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Universität Bern. 9.-11.12.2015.

Göttler, Christine (25 November 2015). Wildachtige Constructionen: Einsamkeitsräume am Hof von Herzog Wilhelm V. von Bayern (Unpublished). In: Kunstgeschichtliches Seminar der Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. 25.11.2015.

Göttler, Christine (2 October 2015). Keynote Lecture: Rubens’s saltcellar, Drebbel’s perpetuum mobile and an idol of the New World: Theorizing and imagining artifacts in early modern Antwerp and beyond (Unpublished). In: ANKK Jahrestreffen: Methodik zwischen Theorie und Praxis. Historische und aktuelle Ansätze in der niederländischen Kunst und Kunstgeschichte. Universität Bonn. 02.-04.10.2015.

Göttler, Christine (11 June 2015). Umwölkte Gestalten: Somnus und Morpheus in der niederländischen Kunst und Kunsttheorie um 1600 (Unpublished). In: Vorlesungsreihe: Ästhetik des Immateriellen: Künstlerische Konzepte des Unsichtbaren. Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen. 11.06.2015.

Göttler, Christine (11 May 2015). Der Künstler als Morpheus: Der Stoff der Bilder bei Karel van Mander (Unpublished). In: Vorlesungsreihe Forschungsstelle Naturbilder / Images of Nature. Universität Hamburg. 11.05.2015.

Göttler, Christine (26 March 2015). Hendrick Goltzius’s Protean Allegory of the (Alchemical) Arts (1611) in the Kunstmuseum Basel (Unpublished). In: The Renaissance Society of America, The Sixty-first Annual Meeting, Session “Reflexive Image-Making (1500–1600) I: Allegories of Virtue and Virtuosity”. Berlin. 26.-28.03.2015.

Göttler, Christine (January 2015). Imaginationen der Seefahrt im Antwerpen des frühen 17. Jahrhunderts: Peter Paul Rubens’ Geburt der Venus für den portugiesischen Handelskaufmann Emmanuel Ximenez (Unpublished). In: Sammlungen im Spannungsfeld von Gelehrsamkeit, Meraviglia und heroischer Repräsentation. Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg. 22.-23.01.2015.

Enenkel, Karl A. E.; Göttler, Christine (eds.) (2015). Intersections. Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture. Brill

Borkopp, Birgitt; Göttler, Christine; Gramaccini, Norberto Giov.P.; Nicolai, Bernd; Schneemann, Peter J. (eds.) (2015). Neue Berner Schriften zur Kunst. Lang

2014

Göttler, Christine (October 2014). Self-Cultivation and Interior Retreat in Jesuit and Courtly Culture: Spaces of Prayer at the Court of Wilhelm V of Bavaraia (Unpublished). In: Jesuit Image-Theory in Europe and the Overseas Missions, 1540-1740. Münster. 09.-11.10.2014.

Göttler, Christine (September 2014). Eremiten, Bilder, Automaten: Die Gebetsgrotten Herzog Wilhelms V. von Bayern (Unpublished). In: Wie entstehen Raumkonzeptionen? 1600 und 1900 im Vergleich. Forum Scientiarum, Tübingen. 25.-26.09.2014.

Göttler, Christine (July 2014). Connecting Worlds in Early Seventeenth-Century Antwerp: Peter Paul Rubens’s Birth of Venus for the Portuguese Merchant-Banker Emmanuel Ximenez (Unpublished). In: Historians of Netherlandish Art Conference / American Association for Netherlandish Studies Conference. Boston. 05.-07.06.2014.

Göttler, Christine (April 2014). Connecting Seas in Early Seventeenth-Century Antwerp: Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) and Emmanuel Ximenez (1564-1632) (Unpublished). In: Connecting Seas Conference. Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles. 23.-24.04.2014.

Göttler, Christine (April 2014). The World of the Portuguese Merchant-Banker Emmanuel Ximenez in Early Seventeenth-Century Antwerp (Unpublished). In: Poetics and Pragmatics in the Portuguese World Empire. University of California, Berkeley. 03.04.2014.

Göttler, Christine (March 2014). Vulcan’s Forge: The Sphere of Art in Early Modern Antwerp (Unpublished). In: The Renaissance Society of America, The Sixtieth Annual Meeting. New York City. 27.-29.03.2014.

Göttler, Christine (2014). Druon Antigoon, der unzerstörbare Koloss: Städtischer Raum, antiquarische Kultur und Künstlerwissen im Antwerpen des 16. Jahrhunderts. In: Nova, Alessandro; Hanke, Stephanie (eds.) Skulptur und Platz. Raumbesetzung, Raumüberwindung, Interaktion. I Mandorli: Vol. 20 (pp. 141-172). Berlin, München: Deutscher Kunstverlag

Göttler, Christine; Ramakers, Bart; Woodall, Joanna (2014). Trading Values in Early Modern Anterp: An Introduction. In: Ramakers, Bart; Woodall, Joanna; Göttler, Christine (eds.) Trading Values in Early Modern Antwerp. Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art: Vol. 64 (pp. 8-37). Leiden: Brill

Göttler, Christine (2014). Wit in Painting, Color in Words: Gillis Mostaert’s Depictions of Fires. In: Ramakers, Bart; Woodall, Joanna; Göttler, Christine (eds.) Trading Values in Early Modern Antwerp. Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art: Vol. 64 (pp. 214-237). Leiden: Brill

Göttler, Christine (2014). Imitation as Animation: The Multiple Lives of a ‘Vesperbildt’ attributed to Quinten Massys. In: van Eck, Caroline; van Gastel, Joris; van Kessel, Elsje (eds.) The Secret Lives of Artworks (pp. 152-175). Leiden: Leiden University Press

Göttler, Christine; Moran, Sarah; Dupré, Sven (2014). Reading the Inventory: The Possessions of the Portuguese Merchant-Banker Emmanuel Ximenez (1564-1632) in Antwerp. In: Website.

Göttler, Christine; Ramakers, Bart; Woodall, Joanna (eds.) (2014). Trading Values in Early Modern Antwerp. Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art: Vol. 64. Leiden: Brill

Göttler, Christine (2014). Allegorien des Feuers und der Künste. In: Dupré, Sven; von Kerssenbrock-Krosigk, Dedo; Wismer, Beat (eds.) Kunst und Alchemie: Das Geheimnis der Verwandlung (pp. 132-145). München: Hirmer

Raband, Ivo (2014). Archducal Acquisitions in Antwerp: The Account Book of Ernest of Austria (Unpublished). In: Göttler, Christine (ed.) 60. jährliche Konferenz der Renaissance Society of America im Panel Cultures of Things in Early Modern Antwerp III: Networks of Objects and Knowledge. New York, NY. 27.–29.03.2014.

2013

Göttler, Christine (21 November 2013). Environments of Art and Prayer at the Bavarian Court in Munich, circa 1600: The Miraculous Lives of a Vesperbildt ascribed to Quinten Massys (Unpublished). In: Invited lecture at the Institute for Reformation Studies. University of St Andrews. 21.11.2013.

Göttler, Christine (9 November 2013). Converso Collectors. The (Religious) Worlds of the Portuguese Merchants in Seventeenth-Century Antwerp: Emmanuel Ximenez and His Circle of Friends (Unpublished). In: Nord et sud, protestant et catholique? Les conséquences de la réforme pour la production artistique des Pays-Bas du XVIIe siècle. Universität Genf. 8.-9. November 2013.

Göttler, Christine (13 September 2013). Der Riese von Antwerpen: Materialität und Künstlerwissen im Antwerpen des 16. Jahrhunderts (Unpublished). In: Praktiken der Frühen Neuzeit, Jahrestagung des Arbeitskreises Frühe Neuzeit, Verband der Historiker und Historikerinnen in Deutschland. Universität München. 12.-14. September 2013.

Göttler, Christine (11 June 2013). The Chamber of Sleep: On a Drawing by Karel van Mander (Unpublished). In: The Possessions of the Portuguese Merchant-Banker Emmanuel Ximenez (1564-1632): Connecting (Art) Histories in Early Modern Antwerp (workshop). Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz, Max-Planck-Institut. 11.-12.06.2013.

Göttler, Christine (25 May 2013). The Giant of Antwerp: Durability and Materiality in Early Modern Festival Culture (Unpublished). In: Ephemerality and Durability in Early-Modern Visual and Material Culture. Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, Universität Cambridge. 24.-25. Mai 2013.

Göttler, Christine (23 May 2013). Golgotha in the 'constcamer': Art and prayer at the court of Emperor Rudolf II in Prague (Unpublished). In: Das Gebet in den Konfessionen und Medien der Frühen Neuzeit. Missionsakademie der Universität Hamburg. 21.-24. Mai 2013.

Göttler, Christine (11 April 2013). Die Versuchungen von Bischof Antoon Triest: Räume religiöser Imagination im 17. Jahrhundert (Unpublished). In: Invited lecture in der Ringvorlesung des Berner Mittelalterzentrums. Universität Bern. 11.04.2013.

Göttler, Christine (2013). The Place of the 'Exotic' in Early Seventeenth-Century Antwerp. In: Schrader, Stephanie (ed.) Looking East: Rubens's Encounter with Asia, exh. cat., The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles (pp. 88-107). Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Museum

Göttler, Christine (12 January 2013). The World Within: The Cave of Somnus and Other Dreamscapes (Unpublished). In: The World from Above: New Studies and Approaches of the 'World Landscape'. Lille und Brüssel. 10.-12. Januar 2013.

de Boer, Wietse; Göttler, Christine (eds.) (2013). Religion and the Senses in Early Modern Europe. Intersections: Vol. 26. Leiden: Brill 10.1163/9789004236653

Göttler, Christine (2013). The Alchemist, the Painter, and the 'Indian Bird': Joining Arts and Cultures in Seventeenth-Century Antwerp. Adriaen van Utrecht's 'Allegory of Fire' in the Royal Museums of Fine Arts in Brussels. In: Hoffmann, Annette; de Giorgi, Manuela; Suthor, Nicola (eds.) Synergies in Visual Culture / Bildkulturen im Dialog. Festschrift für Gerhard Wolf (pp. 499-512). München: Wilhelm Fink

2012

Göttler, Christine; de Boer, Wietse (2012). Introduction: The Sacred and the Senses in an Age of Reform. In: de Boer, Wietse; Göttler, Christine (eds.) Religion and the Senses in Early Modern Europe. Intersections: Vol. 26 (pp. 1-13). Leiden: Brill

Göttler, Christine (2012). The Temptation of the Senses at the Sacro Monte di Varallo. In: de Boer, Wietse; Göttler, Christine (eds.) Religion and the Senses in Early Modern Europe. Intersections: Vol. 26 (pp. 393-451). Leiden: Brill

Göttler, Christine (2012). Bootsicheyt: Malerei, Mythologie und Alchemie im Antwerpen des frühen 17. Jahrhunderts: Zu Rubens’ Silen in der Gemäldegalerie der Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Wien. In: Von Rosen, Valeska (ed.) Erosionen der Rhetorik? Strategien der Ambiguität in den Künsten der Frühen Neuzeit. Culturae: Vol. 4 (pp. 259-301). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz

Göttler, Christine (2012). Antwerp, the Portuguese Merchants, and the Oriental Indies (Unpublished). In: Artistic Commerce and Confrontation in the Early Modern Portugese and Spanish Empires. Universität Zürich. 6.-7. Dezember 2012.

Göttler, Christine (2012). Imagination in the Chamber of Sleep: On a Drawing by Karel van Mander (Unpublished). In: Image, Imagination and Cognition. Early Modern Theory and Practice. Radbout University Nijmege, Niederlande. 31.Oktober-2. November 2012.

Göttler, Christine (2012). The Interior: A New SNSF-funded Research Project of the Institute of Art History at the University of Bern (Unpublished). In: -. Bard Graduate Center, New York. 18.10.2012.

Göttler, Christine (2012). Constructing a Global Interior: The Imagery of Collections and Collecting in Early Seventeenth-Century Antwerp (Unpublished). In: -. Bard Graduate Center, New York. 17.10.2012.

Göttler, Christine (2012). Retiring to the Wilderness of Mount Golgotha: A Vesperbildt attributed to Quentin Metsys at the Munich Court of Maximilian I and its Translations into Wax, Silk, Linen, and Other Natural Materials (Unpublished). In: Prayer Nuts, Private Devotion and Early Modern Art Collecting. Abegg-Stiftung, Riggisberg. 20.-21. September 2012.

Göttler, Christine (2012). Golgatha in der Kunstkammer: Künstlerwissen und religiöses Wissen im Zeitalter des Ikonoklasmus und der Reform (Unpublished). In: Tübinger Graduiertenkolleg Religiöses Wissen im vormodernen Europa (800-1800). Transfers und Transformationen – Wege zur Wissensgesellschaft der Moderne. Weingarten. 30. Juli-2. August 2012.

Göttler, Christine; Dupré, Sven (2012). Art, Alchemy, and Commerce: The Collection of the Portuguese Merchant-Banker Emmanuel Ximenes in Antwerp (Unpublished). In: International conference Early Modern Merchants as Collectors. Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. 15.-16. Juni 2012.

Göttler, Christine (2012). (Local) cosmopolitanism in seventeenth-century Antwerp: Collectors, connoisseurs, and lovers of art (Unpublished). In: Lecture Series Early Modern Cosmopolitanism. UCLA. 31.1.2012.

Göttler, Christine (2012). Artists as Alchemists, Artists versus Alchemist (Unpublished). In: Art and Alchemy. Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin. 9.-10. Februar 2012.

Göttler, Christine (2012). Translation as Animation: The Multiple Lives of Sacres Images in the Age of Iconoclasm and Reform (Unpublished). In: -. University of Groningen, Faculty of Arts. 23.5.2012.

Göttler, Christine (2012). Artefakte und kulturelle Identität: Die Sammlung des portugiesischen Handelskaufmanns Emmanuel Ximenes (1564-1632) in Antwerpen (Unpublished). In: Tagung des DFG-Graduiertenkollegs 1608/1: Praktiken der Selbst-Bildung im Spannungsfeld von ständischer Ordnung und gesellschaftlicher Dynamik. Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg. 16.-18. Februar 2012.

Göttler, Christine (2012). Malerei, Mythologie und Alchemie im Antwerpen des frühen 17. Jahrhunderts: Zu Rubens’ Silen in der Gemäldegalerie der Bildenden Künste in Wien (Unpublished). In: -. Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz. 8.5.2012.

2011

Göttler, Christine (2011). Art, Nature and the (Local) Antique: Theories of Imitation and Style in the Spanish Netherlands from Bruegel to Rubens and Beyond (mit Tine Meganck). Embattled Territory. The Circulation of Knowledge in the Spanish Netherlands. Scientific Research Network "Circulating Knowledge in Early Modern Science", Ghent, 9.-11.3.2011.

Göttler, Christine (2011). Affinities: The Sphere of 'const' in Early Modern Antwerp, circa 1600, Artificii Occulti: Knowledge and Discernement in the Artistic and Scientific Cultures of the Netherlands and the Spanish Habsburg World (16th-17th Centuries), Bern, 12.-14.5.2011.

Göttler, Christine (2011). Das Reich des Somnus: Traum und Fantasie in der niederländischen Malerei, Berner Mittelalterzentrum, Ringvorlesung HS 2011: "Traum und Vision", Universität Bern, 15.12.2011.

Göttler, Christine (2011). Internationales Kolloquium: Artificii Occulti: Knowledge and Discernement in the Artistic and Scientific Cultures of the Netherlands and the Spanish Habsburg World (16th-17th Centuries), 12.-14.5.2011.

Göttler, Christine (2011). Sympathie und Antipathie. Ordnungen des Wissens und deer Künste im 16. und 17. Jahrhundert, Internationale Konferenz des ANKK e.V. (Arbeitskreis Niederländische Kultur und Kunst): Ordnungen des Sehens. Innovationsfelder der kunsthistorischen Niederlandeforschung, Frankfurt am Main, Städelmuseum und Goetheuniversität, 30.9.-2.10.2011.

2010

Göttler, Christine (2010). Last Things: Art and the Religious Imagination in the Age of Reform. Proteus: Studies in Identity Formation in Early Modern Image-Text-Ritual-Habitat: Vol. 2. Turnhout: Brepols

Göttler, Christine; Schaffer, Anette (2010). Die Kunst der Sünde: Die Wüste, der Teufel, der Maler, die Frau, die Imagination. In: Lust und Laster. Die sieben Todsünden von Dürer bis Nauman (pp. 42-61). Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje Cantz

Göttler, Christine (2010). Meditation as animation: Willem Key's painting of the Pietà at the court of Maximilian in Munich, Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Montréal, 14.-17. Oktober 2010.

Göttler, Christine (2010). The secrets of Silenus: Art, mythology, and local history in early seventeenth-century Antwerp. Rubens's Sleeping Silenus in the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts, Rubens and the Human Body, University of York, King's Manor and Castle Howard, Yorkshire, 17.-18. September 2010.

Göttler, Christine (2010). Crossroads. Summer School, Universität Basel, Historisches Seminar, 31. August und 1. September 2010.

Göttler, Christine (2010). The Long and Multiple Lives of Images: Copying as Artistic Response, The Secret Lives of Artworks. Abschlusskonferenz Dutch Foundation of Scientific Research (NWO): Art, Agency and Living Presence, Universiteit Leiden, 24.-26. Juni 2010.

Göttler, Christine (2010). The collection of the Portuguese merchant-banker Manuel Ximenes in early seventeenth-century Antwerp, Mapping Old and New Worlds: Collectors and Collections in the Spanish Netherlands and Beyond, Historians of Netherlandish Art, Amsterdam, 27.-29. Mai 2010.

Göttler, Christine (2010). Temptation of the Senses at the Sacro Monte in Varallo, The Renaissance Society of America, The Fifty-Sixth Annual Meeting, Venedig, 8.-10. April 2010.

2009

Göttler, Christine; Dupré, Sven (2009). Local History, Global Trade and Knowledge Consumption. The Collection of the Portuguese Merchant-Banker Manuel Ximenes in Early Seventeenth-Century Antwerp, FWO Scientific-Research Network 'Circulating Knowledge in Early Modern Science', with the support of the Catalan Society of the History of Science, SCIC and Ghent University, Institut d'Estudis Catalans-IEC, Barcelona, 27.-28. November 2009.

Göttler, Christine (2009). Antwer's Nova Reperta: The Jesuits, Peter Paul Rubens, and the Portuguese Alchemist Manuel Ximenes Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Genf, 28.-30. Mai 2009.

Göttler, Christine (2009). Gemalte Genealogien: Rubens frühe Kopfstudien und Porträts, Erosionen der Rhetorik? Ambiguitäts- und Umsemantisierungsstrategien in den Künsten der Frühen Neuzeit, organisiert von Valeska von Rosen, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Kunstgeschichtliches Institut, 14.-16. Mai 2009.

Göttler, Christine (2009). Multiplying the Passion: Dürer's Calvary, Willem Key's Pietà and the Aura of the Copy of around 160, Discourses of Meditation in Art and Literature, 1300-1600, organisiert von Karl Enenkel und Walter Melion, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Wassenaar, 23.-25. April 2009.

Göttler, Christine (2009). The Love for the Small and the Curious: Paintings on Copper by the Children of Bacchus in Rome, CAA Los Angeles, 25.-28. Februar 2009, Sektion: Cabinet Pictures in Seventeenth-Century Europe; Sektions Leitung: Andreas Henning.

Göttler, Christine (2009). Die Kunst der Konversion: Antwerpen, die Jesuiten und die Neue Welt, Universität Luzern, Ringvorlesung zur jesuitischen Kultur in der Frühen Neuzeit, veranstaltet von Lucas Burkart, 13. Mai 2009.

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