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  • What, why, how? Possibilities for art historical research Workshop II., 9-10 November 2023
  • What, why, how? Possibilities for art historical research Workshop II., 9-10 November 2023
  • Zsolt K. Horváth: “Every psychologist should tend to with their own state of mind”, 25 May 2022
  • Dr. Zsuzsanna Toronyi: Jewish Congregation and Healing, 27 April 2022

Educational events

In addition to its own research projects, the KEMKI Research Department attaches great importance to rendering the methodology and results of its art-historical research accessible to the wider public, and therefore periodically prepares a new series of events.


KEMKI Methodology Workshop

These workshops are offered to students of art history and art theory, with the aim of familiarising young professionals with the methodology of art history- and art theory-related research. Participants are also invited to explore the practical challenges involved in research-based work, through creating imaginary projects (exhibition, event, research) based on their interests.


KEMKI Open Lectures

Lecture series on the history of the Adél Bródy Children’s Hospital

In 2022, the Central European Research Institute for Art History (KEMKI) launched a three-part open lecture series on the history of the building that houses the Institute. The open lectures aim to introduce topics into the discourse that relate to the memory of the space and offer interdisciplinary approaches. The event series, among other topics, will address questions such as: how is the idea of the welfare state, formulated at the beginning of the 20th century, connected to discipline, labour regulation and control over bodies? How can the political, mental and art-historical aspects of instrumentalising the female body be explored within the context of a beauty queen pageant? What insights can be gained about psychiatric functioning during the state socialist period based on evidence from the police and internal affairs?

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