Sebastian Fitzner (Dr. phil.) is an art historian and conducts research on buildings, images and objects between the early modern and modern periods. Previous stations between studies, teaching and research were Kassel, Cologne, Dresden, Munich, Berlin and Tübingen. Among other positions, he has been a research assistant at LMU Munich, junior professor for architectural history and theory of the early modern period 1500-1800 at FU Berlin, and has held the professorship for art of the early modern period at the University of Tübingen. Most recently, he published the book „Ein Haus für Herkules. Das fürstliche Modellhaus der Residenzstadt Kassel – Architektur und Modellpraktiken im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert“. As a fellow in the LOEWE research cluster “Architectures of Order,” he carries out a research project entitled “The Printed City. Orders of Knowledge in Image and Text of the Civitates orbis terrarum”.