Authors and contributing institutions

Authors and contributing institutions

Members of the project staff and authors

  • Kaur Alttoa (art historian; Dorpat/Tartu)
  • Dr. Agnese Bergholde-Wolf (art historian; Marburg and Riga)
  • Prof. Dr. Rainer Atzbach (archaeologist; Aarhus)
  • Dr. Alexander Baranov (historian; Berlin)
  • Dr. Elita Grosmane: (art historian; Riga)
  • PD Dr. Christofer Herrmann (art historian and construction researcher; Mainz and Berlin)
  • Dr. Ilmārs Dirveiks (architect and construction researcher; Riga)
  • Prof. Dr. Bernhart Jähnig (historian; Berlin)
  • Dr. Villu Kadakas (archaeologist; Reval/Tallinn)
  • Dr. Juhan Kreem (historian; Reval/Tallinn)
  • Prof. Dr. Ilgvars Misāns (historian; Riga)
  • Prof. Dr. Matthias Müller (art historian; Mainz)
  • Dr. Ieva Ose (art historian and archaeologist; Riga)
  • Prof. Dr. Ojārs Spārītis (art scholar and cultural scientist; Riga)
  • Prof. Dr. Dethard von Winterfeld (art historian; Mainz)

Contributing institutions

The project is located at Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Intitute of Art History and Musicology, Dept. of Art History.

There will be cooperation with the following scientific partners:

  • Latvian Academy of Sciences / Latvijas zinatnu akademija
  • Institute of Art History of the Academy of Fine Arts of Latvia / Latvijas Makslas akademijas Makslas vestures instituts
  • Reval City Archive / Tallinna Linnaarhiiv
  • Aarhus University, Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies
  • International Historical Commission on the Research of the Teutonic Order

Projekt finance