Anne Hultzsch

Architecture, Travellers and Writers: Constructing Histories of Perception 1640-1950 (Legenda, 2014).

Edited Volumes
Sharing Knowledge, Promoting the Built: The Origins of the Architectural Magazine in Nineteenth-Century Europe, a special issue in The Journal of Architecture, 25.7 (2020).
The Printed and the Built: Architecture, Print Culture, and Public Debate in the Nineteenth Century, co-edited with Mari Hvattum (Bloomsbury, 2018).
Building Word Image: Printing Architecture 1800-1950, a special collection in Architectural Histories, 4.1 (September 2016), co-edited with Catalina Mejía Moreno.

Journal Articles
‘From Encyclopaedia to Magazine: the Loudons, the Public, and the Architect in 1830s Britain’, The Journal of Architecture, 25.7 (2020), pp. 844–872. DOI:10.1080/13602365.2020.1833962.
‘The Crowd and the Building: Flux in the Early Illustrated London News’, Architecture and Culture, 6.3 (April 2019), pp. 371-86, DOI:10.1080/20507828.2018.1530419.
‘“To the great public”: The Architectural Image in the Early Illustrated London News’, Architectural Histories, 5.1 (December 2017), pp. 1-17, DOI:10.5334/ah.268.
‘Building Word Image, a New Arena for Architectural History’, with Catalina Mejía Moreno, Architectural Histories, 4.1 (September 2016), pp. 1-6, DOI:10.5334/ah.220.
‘Architectural History from Eye-level: Nikolaus Pevsner’s “Treasure Hunts” in the Architectural Review, 1942’, The Journal of Architecture, 19.3 (August 2014), pp. 382-401, DOI:10.1080/13602365.2014.930755.

Book Chapters
‘Printed Objects and Ready-Mades in the Architectural Magazine (1834-38)’, in Building-Object: Shared and Contested Territories of Design and Architecture, ed. Charlotte Ashby and Mark Crinson (Bloomsbury, in press).
‘For the “General Reader”: Edward Boid’s and Thomas Talbot Bury’s Histories of Architecture’, in World Histories of Architecture: The Emergence of a New Genre in the Nineteenth Century, ed. Petra Brouwer, Christopher Drew Armstrong and Martin Bressani (MIT Press, in press).
‘Kabinett des John Bargrave, 1660er-Jahre’, in Die silberne Stadt. Rom und seine Medaillen, ed. Martin Hirsch and Matteo Burioni (Hirmer, 2021), pp. 406-07.
‘Column’ and ‘Masthead’, in The Printed and the Built: Architecture, Print Culture, and Public Debate in the Nineteenth Century, ed. Mari Hvattum and Anne Hultzsch (Bloomsbury, 2018) pp. 171-76, 225-30.
‘Pevsner vs. Colomina: Word and Image on the Page’, in Forty Ways to Think About Architecture: Architectural History & Theory Today, ed. Iain Borden, Murray Fraser and Barbara Penner (John Wiley, 2014), pp. 36-42.
‘The “Artificial Sceane”: The Re-Creation of Italian Architecture in John Evelyn’s Diary”, in Concepts of Creativity in Seventeenth-Century England, ed. Rebecca Herissone and Alan Howard (Boydell, 2013), pp. 131-50.
‘The Isolating Still Focus: Photography and Aesthetic Perception in Jacob Burckhardt’s Writings’, in Nineteenth-Century Photographs and Architecture: Documenting History, Charting Progress, and Exploring the World, ed. Micheline Nilsen (Ashgate, 2012), pp. 19-36.
‘Thinking in Metaphor: Figurative Conceptualising in John Evelyn’s Diary and John Ruskin’s Stones of Venice’, in Writing Design: Words and Objects, ed. Grace Lees-Maffei (Berg, 2011), pp. 81-92.