Antonija Mlikota serves as an Associate Professor at the Department of History of Art at the University of Zadar, Croatia. She is a dedicated and highly professional researcher and educator specializing in the field of Art History. Antonija earned her undergraduate degree in History of Art and Sociology at the University of Zadar, followed by her doctoral degree in History of Art, with a specific emphasis on the History of Architecture, from the University of Zagreb. Her primary scholarly interests encompass a wide range of subjects, including the history of architecture and urbanism, cultural heritage, reconstruction, revitalization, and preservation of heritage (including preservation-restoration), which incorporates the application of nature-science investigations to analyse materials and interpret their findings, artistic and architectural phenomena of the 19th and 20th centuries in Europe and Croatia, provenance research and the examination of the transfer of cultural objects during the first half of the 20th century. Her scholarly pursuits extend to the influential Bauhaus school, with a particular focus on the textile designer and teacher Otti Berger.
CV updated on 2023-10-16.