Prof. Dr. Burcu Dogramaci

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About Prof. Dr. Burcu Dogramaci

Dr. Burcu Dogramaci (b. 1971) is Professor of 20th Century and Contemporary Art in the Department of Art History at University of Munich. She has received research scholarships from the German Research Institute (DFG) and the Aby M. Warburg Prize of the City of Hamburg and was awarded the Kurt-Hartwig-Siemers Research Prize by the Hamburg Scientific Foundation (HWS).  In 2016, she received an ERC Consolidator Grant for her research project “Relocating Modernism: Global Metropolises, Modern Art and Exile”. Her research focuses on the areas of: exile, migration and flight; urbanity; the history and theory of photography; fashion history and theory, modern architecture, sculpture and design; Live Art. Her latest publications include: Fotografie der Performance. Live Art im Zeitalter ihrer Reproduzierbarkeit, Paderborn: Fink 2018 (forthcoming); Passagen des Exils / Passages of Exile (Jahrbuch Exilforschung, 35), Munich: edition text + kritik 2017 (edited with E. Otto); Heimat. Eine künstlerische Spurensuche, Cologne: Böhlau 2016.