Editor-in-chief: Roni Grén
Assistant editor: Linda Leskinen
Editorial board for special issue 4/2016: The Meaning and Use of Images – texts in honor of Lars Berggen
Visiting Editor-in-chief of issue 4/2016
Adjunct Professor Marie-Sofie Lundström, currently Head of the Art History and Visual Studies at Åbo Akademi University.
Adjunct Professor Fred Andersson, university teacher in Visual Studies, Åbo Akademi University.
Adjunct Professor Kari Kotkavaara, academy teacher in Art history, Åbo Akademi University.
PhD Mia Åkerfelt, post-doc researcher, Åbo Akademi University.
BA Siv Österlund, picture assistant, Åbo Akademi University.
TAHITI’s permanent editorial board:
PhD Susanna Aaltonen’s doctoral thesis dealt with Finnish interior designers. She also conducts research in design history and has given several lectures on the topic.
Roni Grén, TAHITI’s Editor-in-chief
PhD Roni Grén is a researcher at Turku University, Art History. His research pertains to modern art history, French philosophy, Surrealism and art depicting animals.
Adjunct Professor Marie-Sofie Lundström is currently Head of the Art History and Visual Studies at Åbo Akademi University. She is specialized in 19th and early 20th century Orientalism, the iconography of The Other, and artists’ mobility and their art (travel pictures). Furthermore, she is interested particularly in 17th century Spanish and 19th century European painting.
PhD Lauri Ockenström is currently an Academy of Finland research fellow at the department of Art History, Jyväskylä University. His research pertains to astrology and magic, and their influence on art. Additionally, the hermeneutical tradition, New Platonism from Antiquity until the Renaissance, and Italian 15ht century art belong to his research interests. He also is head of a research team translating Vitruvius’ De architectura.
PhD Anna-Maria Wiljanen is executive manager at UPM-Kymmene Cultural Foundation. She is specialized in Nordic and European artists’ colonies, social networks and artists’ mobility.
Publisher: Taidehistorian seura – Föreningen för konsthistoria, ry (The Association of Art history). Location: Helsinki. ISSN 2242-0665
The Special issue 4/2016 is published with the support of Kone Foundation.