Graduate School of the Arts and Humanities (GSAH)

Doctoral Students

Michèle Seehafer

Institut für Kunstgeschichte

E-Mail
michele.seehafer@ikg.unibe.ch
Postal Address
Graduate School of the Arts and Humanities
Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies
Walter Benjamin Kolleg
Universität Bern
Muesmattstrasse 45
CH-3012 Bern

Michèle Seehafer

Studied Art History, Business Economics and Curatorial Studies at the University of Bern. Master thesis: The Winter Room at Rosenborg Castle of Christian IV – Art, Science, and Self-Representation. Since June 2016 doctoral candidate within the international and interdisciplinary project Materialized Identities: Objects, Affects, Effects in Early Modern Culture, 1450–1750.

Title of PhD Project

Transformation and Imitation – Aspects of Materiality in the Collection of Frederik III of Denmark

Research Foci

History and Theory of Early Modern Collections | Art, Science and Trade in Early Modern Europe | Art and Visual Culture in the 16th and 17th Century | Early Modern Collecting Spaces and Collecting Culture in Denmark