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In this work, Aelianus shows us what people found remarkable about animals in antiquity. We encounter mosquitoes and elephants along with lovecrazed fish and marvelous unicorns. The work is a gold mine for citations from ancient literature that would otherwise be lost. Above all, it is a treasure trove of animal stories, which will appeal not only to readers interested in antiquity but, more broadly, to all animal lovers.

Edition, German, Ancient Greek, 3rd quarter Jahrhundert n. Ailianos; Fragmente. His Various Research preserves many fragments of literary texts which are otherwise lost, and above all charming descriptions of nature, cultural highlights, amusing anecdotes and curious stories from the whole of the classical world. Aelianus; fragments. The purpose of this book is to contribute to the appreciation of the linguistic, literary and contextual value of Homeric personal names. It considers both epics and is structured around the character and action of selected heroes in their Homeric contexts.

It offers a survey of modern etymologies, set against ancient views, in order to shed light on the parameters surrounding the use of names in Homer and on their reception by ancient audiences. Homer, Iliad, Odyssey, etymology. This book offers a comprehensive study of the Certamen Homeri et Hesiodi, an account of the legendary poetic contest between Homer and Hesiod, treating its text as crucial evidence for the ancient reception of epic poetry.

It reassesses the manuscript witnesses and offers new textual evidence as well as a critical edition, thus providing a new perspective on the nature and legacy of the text and its tale of literary competition. Textual criticism; archaic Greek epic; classical. Obwohl die astrologischen Fragmente des Antigonos von Nikaia um n. The commentary is based on a systematic assessment of all relevant ancient handbooks and horoscopes. We tend to associate the act of witnessing with bystanders who have not played an active role in the events that they are watching.

It closely examines those scenes in which they are put in the position of a spectator, witnessing the aftermath of their deed s. Commentary, German, Ancient Greek, Latin, 4th quarter Series Texte und Kommentare 43 S. This volume provides a fresh perspective on Homeric reception through a methodologically focused, interdisciplinary investigation of the transformations of Homeric epic within varying generic and cultural contexts.

It brings together leading international scholars and acute young researchers, exploring how various aspects of Homeric poetics can be mapped on to a diversity of contexts under different historical, literary and artistic conditions. This book is a collective volume on classical historiography. Approaching the ancient Greek and Roman historical texts from a literary point of view, the essays of the book elaborate on the effect of the compositional devices — in terms of style and narrative — of the ancient historians on the representation of the historical reality.

Classical historiography; narratology; linguistics; ancient history. This volume locates ancient tragic drama within a larger map of Greek lyric activity, stressing that Athenian tragedy was a vital participant in a wider song-and-performance culture. The collected essays examine the density of the lyric imprint in tragedy, and demonstrate the dynamic and nuanced relationship between Greek lyric and tragedy within the larger frame of Athenian song- and performanceculture.

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Collection, English, 1st quarter Series Trends in Classics — Supplementary Volumes 58 pp. Herodotus; scientific enquiry; narrative technique. Miltsios, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; M. Tamiolaki, University of Crete, Greece. How did ancient Greeks and Romans conceive hope? This volume — the first part of the TCSV inquires on ancient emotions — investigates the ideas behind Greek elpis and Roman spes. While the introduction offers a systematic and theoretical discussion of the topic, the 16 contributions deal with specific aspects of hope in ancient literature, history and art, including Pindar, Velleius Paterculus and inscriptions.

Hope; expectation; emotions; antiquity. Collection, English, 3rd quarter Series Trends in Classics — Supplementary Volumes 63 pp. The profoundly intertextual nature of Flavian epic poetry has been the subject of intense research for many years. This volume brings together contributions by scholars who have already done important work in the field.

It offers detailed study of individual passages and topics as well as covering broader appraoches. It also attempts to open up discussion about digital approaches and the future study of intertextuality in Latin poetry. Intertextuality; epic tradition; Flavian epic poetry. Coffee, Univ. Buffalo, New York; C. Forstall, Mount Allison Univ. Nelis, Univ. Collection, English, 4th quarter This volume shines a spotlight on these neglected Flavian voices and shows that in the wake of 69 CE, writing civil war became an endemic and inescapable project for Flavian authors.

Flavian literature; civil war; intertextuality; reception. This volume is a full-scale commentary on the extant fragments of Acusilaus of Argos, commonly regarded as one of the earliest Greek mythographers VI-V cent. Greek mythography; greek historiography; epic cycle. Edition, English, 4th quarter Theocritus eschews antagonism and never presents his narrators as superior to others or as new incarnations of old masters but simply as new.

He ironizes the theme of poetic excellence and distances himself from the tradition of competitive success. Theocritus; Idylls; bucolic poetry; Hellenistic. The volume contains twenty-one studies by prominent scholars in the field of Greek lexicography, covering all phases of the language, ancient, medieval and modern, and various aspects of Greek lexicography, e. Greek language; lexicography; diachronic seman-.

Giannakis, Univ. Thessaloniki; C. Charalambakis, Univ. Athens; F. Montanari, Univ. Genoa; A. Rengakos, Univ. Grabepigramm; Homer; Musterbuch. This study systematically explores the relationship of stone epigrams to literary poetry and the range of options and strategies used by the commissioned poets, based on examples with commentary from the Greek East.

Series Untersuchungen zur antiken Literatur und Geschichte S. This study of Aristophanes provides the basis for a total re-assessment not only of Aristophanes as a poet and playwright, but also of our perception of politics and the role of the theatre in classical Athens. It shows how Aristophanes used allegorical means to comment on the day-to-day political concerns of Athenians, in particular the problems presented by the gradual emergence of Alcibiades as one of the most powerful figures in the state.

This volume presents the current state of research in Greek Paleography and Manuscript Studies. The contributions by international scholars address key topics such as the relation between paleography and philology, the history of writing, the topography of manuscripts, and the use of modern technology, making this book an indispensable reference work for all those interested in a serious study of this subject. Beriger, Ac. Engadina, Samedan, Schweiz; W. Ehlers, Berlin; M. Fieger, Theol. HS Chur, Schweiz, und Univ.

Edition, German, Latin, 4th quarter This is the first-ever bilingual edition of the complete Latin Vulgate with German translation. As the most widely disseminated vernacular Latin translation of the Bible since late antiquity, the Vulgate is considered a central work of European humanistic and theological history. Its divergence from the original in some parts lends insight to Christian theology of late antiquity, the medieval period, and the early modern period.

Bible translation; Vulgate; Hieronymus. Ancient Novel; Petronius; Lucan; historical epic. The collection of the elder Seneca is an underutilized resource for understanding the highly interactive literary scene of the Augustan Age and beyond. This book gives voice to two prominent declaimers: Arellius Fuscus, rhetor to Ovid, and Papirius Fabianus, teacher of the younger Seneca. Seneca the Elder; declamation; rhetoric. Apuleius; Apologia; ancient magic. Dem Text sind ein kritischer Apparat, ein Quellenapparat und ein Apparat mit Verswiederholungen beigegeben.

The edition offers a new critical text of De rerum natura. It has been established after fresh collation of the manuscripts and a critical evaluation of previous editorial scholarship. It is equipped with a critical apparatus, an apparatus of sources and an apparatus of repeated lines. The preface discusses the manuscript tradition of Lucretius and the way the text and apparatuses have been constructed. Reception 1 Ca. Collection, German, 3rd quarter Beihefte N. In detaillierten Fallstudien analysiert Helge Baumann, wie Martial und Statius das Epos in der poetischen Kleinform thematisieren, integrieren und funktionalisieren.

Beide Autoren assoziieren unterschiedlichste Situationen, kulturelle Praktiken und Akteure mit dem Epos. In detailed case studies, Helge Baumann analyzes how Martial and Statius presented, integrated, and functionalized the epic into small poetic formats. These authors associated different situations, cultural practices, and actors with the epic. In the literary communication between poet and patron, the small format became an effective medium of role construction for authors and for their audiences. Martial; Statius; intertextuality; patronage poems.

Character assassination was based on the culturally specific values and social practices of the Roman elite. By systematically considering their content, Annabelle Thurn examines the functions and origins of such castigations, thereby shedding light on political communication in the late Republic.

Political communication; Roman Republic; Cicero. Fabel; Aesop; Phaedrus. Gaius Julius Phaedrus was the first to collect Aesop fables in verse. His influence on the genre extended into the modern age and he is still read in school today. Fables; Aesop; Phaedrus. Troja; Homer; Dictys; Dares. The Latin authors Dictys and Dares claimed to offer eyewitness accounts, asserting that they provided an authentic version of history.

Since the Iliad was not read during the Middle Ages due to the poor knowledge of Greek, these two works have taken on a major significance for the reception of the events. Troy; Homer; Dictys; Dares. Series Sammlung Tusculum Ca. Supplementary Volumes 11 S. This volume provides a line-by-line analysis of Book XIII, thereby offering an indispensable starting point for a new critical edition not only of this, but also other parts of the poem. Ovid; Metamorphoses; Textual transmission; Textual criticism. Commentary, English, 4th quarter By presenting a number of case studies and considerations of wider issues, the 33 international contributors explore the role of Roman drama in contexts such as the literary tradition, the relationship to works in other literary genres, the historical and social situation or the intellectual background.

This book, a comprehensive survey of T. It also contextualizes the generic changes presented by his work into the sociohistorical background within which he is operating, namely the political context of Neronian Rome. Frangoulidis, Aristotle University, Greece. Series Trends in Classics — Supplementary Volumes 34 pp. Series Trends in Classics — Supplementary Volumes 35 pp. From Plautus up to contemporary English poetry, this book explores the different ways in which Latin authors and some of their modern readers created narratives of life, love, and death.

Ancient prose is intriguingly diverse. This volume explores the dynamics of prose in the form of biography, novel and epologetics which historically have lacked recognition as un-canonical genres, and yet appear vital today. Focusing on the sophistication in thought and artistic scope within these literary forms, this volume offers a collection of stimulating essays for students and scholars of literature and culture in antiquity — and beyond.

Harrison, Corpus Christi College. Oxford, UK. This book brings together 27 contributions, written by international experts, which explore the evolution of the key phenomenon of intratextuality in Latin literature, across a wide range of authors, genres and historical periods. Of particular interest are the combined instances of intra- and intertextual poetics as well as the way in which intratextuality in Latin literature draws on reading practices already theorized in Greek antiquity.

Latin Literature; intratextuality; intertextuality. Frangoulidis and T. Papanghelis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Trends in Classics — Supplementary Volumes 61 pp. Trends in Classics — Supplementary Volumes 69 Approx. The second part includes a critical commentary with detailed explanations of the contested portions of the text. Epic poetry; intratextuality; intertextuality. Monograph, Italian, 2nd quarter In the exegetical commentary Rainer Jakobi explains his text-critical decisions and offers a critical analysis of the Republican and Imperial sources used by Ianuarius Nepotianus.

Valerius Maximus; Ianuarius Nepotianus; Epitome;. This prosopography is a dictionary of all the characters and personal names found in the Epigrams of Marcus Valerius Martialis, containing nearly 1, comprehensive entries. It is an indispensable tool for researchers and students of Ancient History and Latin Literature. Martial; Epigrams; Prosopography.

Monograph, English, 1st quarter This compendium 4 vols. It provides an overview of the structural patterns of epic poetry by means of a standardized, stringent terminology. Both diachronic developments and changes within individual epics are scrutinized in order to provide a comprehensive structural approach and a key to intra- and intertextual characteristics of ancient epic poetry. Dictionary, English, 1st quarter This volume is a full-scale commentary on the extant fragments of Acusilaus of Argos, commonly regarded as one of the earliest Greek mythographers VI—V cent. Edition, German, 4th quarter Brentano, F.

Nietzsche, B. Brecht, H. Weiss, K. Jelinek behandeln. The first comprehensive reconstruction of his legacy, the study switches between general overview and specific analyses of F. Monograph, German, 1st quarter Supplementary Volumes 10 Geb. This volume investigates the changes in the concept of sympathy as well as its rhetorical, poetical and ethical functions from antiquity to the threshold of Romanticism.

It offers insights into the many ways in which, when sympathy migrates into diverse discourses in Early Modernity, its ancient origins dwindle out of sight, while some of its central elements re-emerge in a surprising manner. Sympathy; reader response; transformations of antiquity. What does writing Greek books mean at the height of the Cinquecento in Venice? Based on the reconstruction and investigation of some private libraries of scholars and collectors, including Gavriil Seviros, guide of the Confraternita deiGreci in Venice, this volume proposes a reflection on methodological approaches and research prospects regarding the book production in Greek language at a time when printed books were already at a rather advanced stage of development.

Book production; Renaissance; Library; textual. Series Transformationen der Antike 51 pp. Jahrhundert; Geschichtstheorie im By situating Droysen in the context of the 19th century Aristotelian renaissance, it also contributes to further research on this theme. Transmissions 1 pp. Since the perception of demons in antiquity depended on particular cultural and religious milieus, the authors in this volume take into view various texts — ranging from amulets, spells, apocalypses, martyrdom literature to hagiography — and focus specifically on literary aspects of the transformation of demons and their contextualization.

Translating the comedies of Aristophanes is difficult, not least because of the obscene banter so characteristic of the genre. Drawing from translation theory and practice, this study examines attempts by a total of eleven German translators and editors to engage with the problematics of obscenity in the comedy Lysistrata.

It also includes a systematic overview of their translation strategies. Durch seine spezifische Methodik gelingt Rudbeck eine sprachliche Transformation nicht nur der biblischen Antike, sondern auch des Schwedischen selbst. The etymological speculations of Olof Rudbeck the Younger — lead to a synthesis of Gothicist and Orthodox understandings of language. This volume investigates the precise nature of the kinship between languages that he postulated.

Etymology; linguistics; Olof Rudbeck the Younger;. This book contains a variegated reflection on ancient textual transmission and editorial practices in antiquity. While Freud put ancient literature to profitable use, many classic scholars have not been so keen on using psychology. Gradually, though, this is changing: current psychological paradigms offer new approaches in the reading of the Classics, and classical ideas can still inspire reflections on therapeutic practice and the relation between body and mind. This book advocates the merits of marrying both disciplines through a wealth of perspectives.

Berardi, Univ. Fizzarotti, Univ. Almost everyone has used a guidebook, when travelling, or in the armchair at home. But how was the guidebook born? In this book, scholars from various disciplines argue that the guidebook emerged in Rome in the late Middle Ages, to form a surprisingly consistent model for guidebooks up to our time. The descriptions of must-see monuments, recommended routes, and value-laden instructions have guided travellers to Rome through more than years.

Guidebooks; Rome studies; cultural heritage. Blennow, University of Gothenburg and S. The Handbook of Greek Sculpture aims to provide a detailed examination of current research and directions in the field. Bringing together an international cast of contributors from Greece, Italy, France, Great Britain, Germany, and the United States, the volume incorporates new areas of research, such as the sculptures of Messene and Macedonia, sculpture in Roman Greece, and the contribution of Greek sculptors in Rome, as well as important aspects of Greek sculpture like techniques and patronage.

The written sources literary and epigraphical are explored in dedicated chapters, as are function and iconography and the reception of Greek sculpture in modern Europe. Inspired by recent exhibitions on Lysippos and Praxiteles, the book also revisits the style and the personal contributions of the great masters. This volume is a De Gruyter Reference title edited by one of the leading specialists in the field, who has assembled an international cast of contributors. The Handbook of Greek Sculpture incorporates new developments in popular areas of research like polychromy, sculptural techniques, sculpture in Roman Greece, and the contribution of Greek sculptors in Rome.

It highlights regional output and explores questions of function and patronage. The contribution of great masters and the styles of the main periods of Greek art are also discussed. Ancient Greek history; art history; sculpture. Berlin has been publishing its high-quality annual journal since , with each volume presenting five to ten comprehensive papers covering Classical Archaeology. Its subjects include fundamental articles about art history and the history of style, iconography, hermeneutics, typology, and the reconstruction and historical interpetation of sculpture and architecture.

Antiquity; archeology; Greece; Rome. They led to the discovery of official buildings from the Hittite era, including an archive with thousands of metal seals and an artificial pond with associated ritual structures. These were overlain by an iron-age settlement, whose exposure yielded a broad range of architecture from this epoch. Jahrhundert v. Given their prominent roof-top location, akroteria helped shape the appearance of a building. This study undertakes a careful analysis of the aesthetic and pictorial phenomena of figurative Greek akroteria in their architectonic and historical context.

It explores the role of figurative sculptures in shaping and characterizing a building, as well as their significance for the representation of the building owner. Monograph, German, 4th quarter Sign-bearing artifacts are immanent elements of sacred spaces in many cultures. The volume examines this interplay of presence and invisibility using the example of sign-bearing artefacts in sacral spaces in various religions in the Near East and Europe. Visibility; sacred space; presence; writing.

Wilfried E. Collection, German, English, 4th quarter Series Materiale Textkulturen 20 Ca. Pergamon; Terrakotten; Hellenismus; Wohnstadt. This book focuses on terracottas from the city excavation Stadtgrabung in Pergamon, dating from the Hellenistic and Roman Imperial era; it also examines many older and more recent findings from other excavations in the town. Pergamon; terracotta; Hellenism; residential towns. Monograph, German, German, 3rd quarter Series Pergamenische Forschungen 17 S.

The Peloponnese urban landscape underwent a transformation during the advent of the Roman Empire. The ancient Greek poleis were confronted by the changed sociocultural world of the Imperium Romanum after the founding of the Roman coloniae Corinth and Patrai.

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This study seeks to examine how material conditions in cities and urban ways of life adapted to these new realities. The author uses selected examples to examine the use of photography in late 19th and early 20th century archeology and to spotlight its developmental trends. The study focuses on major figures in the field of archeology and large excavations in Mediterranean nations that best reveal how the use of photography in classical archeology developed. Agora; Athen; Kerameikos; Akropolis.

This volume for the first time systematically compiles the archaeological evidence of Athens from the late 8th century to the early 6th century BCE. It aims to classify the material within the context of the urban topography and to offer a religious, social, and political interpretation. It provides the story of birth of the Athenian polis with a new archaeological and historical basis. Agora; Acropolis; Athens; Kerameikos. Series Urban Spaces 6 S. Kult; Triphylien; Elis; Heiligtum. This monograph offers the first-ever overview of the divine cults and heroes in the Western Peloponnesian countryside of Elis excluding the sanctuary of Zeus in Olympia and next-door Triphylia, from the geometrical epoch to the mid-Roman empire.

Cult; Triphylia; Elis; sanctuaries. Through a series of specially commissioned chapters, contributors examine a range of ancient materials and texts: combining theoretical discussion and close analytical interpretations, the book interrogates shifting ideas of the image in both antiquity and the ensuing western art critical tradition. Yet what would happen if actors, practices, and phenomena did not align clearly with a given duality? The essays in this volume explore constellations of ambiguity and elucidate the conditions and boundaries of tolerance for ambiguity in the premodern era.

Tolerance of ambiguity; diversity; plurality. Collection, German, 4th quarter Series Das Mittelalter. Beihefte 10 Ca. Chiron, which has been published since , is one of the most widely disseminated periodicals for ancient history. It publishes academic studies in the field of ancient history in its widest sense, i. The papers are peer-reviewed. Lehrbuch; Studienbuch; Quellen. Barbara Patzek offers students a concise overview of a central theme in Greek history while introducing historiographical methods, important issues, and the use of sources.

She imparts basic knowledge relevant to examinations and offers incentives for further independent study through exercises and recommendations for further reading. Textbook; study book; sources. Hellenismus; Rhodos; Fremde; Migration. In the shifting constellations of power during the Diadochan Empire, Rhodes succeeded in becoming a major sea and trading power, thereby attracting large numbers of foreigners.

Starting from their legal status, this study examines the social position of the foreigners residing in Rhodes. It looks closely at the forms of interaction between the foreigners and the citizens of the polis, and the opportunities for social mobility. Hellenism; Rhodes; foreigners; migration. Neue Folge 29 S. Few pre-modern empires had an impact on their subjects comparable to that of the Roman Empire. Over time, being Roman could mean many different things, e. Latin speakers under barbarian rule, subjects of the Byzantine empire or Christians in post-Roman Syria.

This volume explores the changes Roman identity underwent in most of the former provinces of the empire between c. Roman Empire; Post-Roman europe; early medieval identities. Pohl and C. Gantner and M. It develops a contextualized picture of his major fields of activity, reconstructing the ways that Pius shaped his rule, and thereby serves as a case study for research on the structure of the principate.

Neue Folge 30 S. The essays collected in this volume apply an interdisciplinary approach to explore aspects of the relationship between animal and human in late antiquity. With a focus on ways that anthropozoological connections were defined in the emergent Christian religious discourse of the epoch, the authors contribute to our understanding a thematic area largely neglected in previous research.

Human—animal relationship. Greek historiography engaged with past and present time; but how exactly did this engagement incorporate claims to knowing the future? Considering prognosis as rooted in historiographical temporalities this volume reads historians from Herodotus to Appian with a view to exploring configurations of future time in the context of ancient and modern reflections on the historical as well as the ethical and political role of historiographical practice.

Future time; historical time; Greek historiography; history and theory of historiography. This innovative approach leads to a new understanding of the topography of the invasion, and of the ways in which Greeks in the late fifth century BCE understood the world around them. Herodotus; Persian Wars; Topography; Memory studies. Monograph, English, 4th quarter This volume explores the significance of literacy for everyday life in the ancient world.

It focuses on the use of writing and written materials, the circumstances of their use, and different types of users. The broad geographic and chronologic frame of reference includes many kinds of written materials, from Pharaonic Egypt and ancient China through the early middle ages, yet a focus is placed on the Roman Empire.

Writing; Roman Empire; Inscriptions; Papyri. In diesem Buch werden erstmals vor allem Herodots Lydischer Logos und Informationen aus lydischen und orientalischen Texten mithilfe der Geschichtsforschung und Sprachwissenschaft ausgewertet, sodass ein neues Bild von Lydien entsteht.

Lydia, known as the country ruled by the wealthy King Croesus, has been treated until now as a somewhat barbaric appendix of Greece. Events reported by Herodotus are compared with texts from across the Near East. This allows Herodotus to be verified and corrected in many respects, thus presenting a new picture of Lydia. This book examines the collection of prayers known as the Qumran Hodayot Thanksgiving Hymns. The author offers new interdisciplinary insights into meditative ritual reading as a religious practice for transformation in antiquity. Performance Studies; Ritual.

Monograph, English, 2nd quarter Monograph, German, 3rd quarter The subject of this volume, Jewish paideia or education during the Second Temple period, had long received little attention.

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Yet these fourteen essays demonstrate the fundamental importance of the topic for understanding the history of the period. They also represent the broad array of approaches required to comprehend this multi-faceted subject. Digital Classical Philology is a new research field that applies computational technologies to the analysis of Greek and Latin data. This volume describes the important results of this area of study covering topics that are aimed at both scholars and students.

Contributions address questions like accessibility of information about Greek and Latin sources, data entry, collection, annotation and digital critical editions of Classical texts. Jason M. Im ersten Teil beleuchtet sie technikhistorische Aspekte von der materiellen Seite, indem sie danach fragt, welche Spuren im Papier auf den Produktionsprozess verweisen.

This study examines the rise of paper production while looking specifically at southwestern Germany. The first part illuminates technical and historical aspects through a material investigation of paper and the clues it provides concerning the production process. The second part focuses on the founding of paper mills in Basel and other southwestern German cities while giving particular consideration to social and economic history.

Paper production; trade history; economic history. Series Materiale Textkulturen 18 S. Wendemarken der Forschung, die den weiteren Gang der wissenschaftlichen Diskussion tief beeinflussten. The selected papers are representative of their eras; many had a considerable influence on future academic debate, and thus mark watershed moments in the discipline.

The work is an essential reference for researchers in runology, comparative historical linguistics, onomastics, and cultural and religious history. South Germany; literary monuments; Merovingian age; 5th to 7th centuries. After a scholarly introduction to the religious theory of Manicheism, the essays probe questions of its transmission and cultural interactions with Latin, Coptic, and Arabic Manicheism.

Manicheism; world religion; Iranian studies; Bud-. Der Sammelband diskutiert die Hauptvertreter der literarisch-theoretischen Opposition gegen die Demokratie sowie den antidemokratischen Diskurs insgesamt. Antike; Platon; Aristoteles; Alte Geschichte. Was Athenian democracy solely a product of daily practice, emerging without theoretical justification or even an ideology?

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Did its critics live in a separate world of opposition or did they, too, adopt concepts, notions, and ideas from the order they so disliked? This rigorously organized collection examines the principal spokespersons of the literary-theoretical opposition to democracy and the anti-democratic discourse as a whole.

Antiquity; Plato; Aristotle; ancient history. Neue Folge 47 S. It publishes original monographs and collections of essays resulting from innovative, cross-disciplinary research aimed at providing both primary data for further developments and new insights on any facet of the complex process of conveying medical knowledge. Though with a clear focus on Greek Byzantine medicine, it also includes the contributions of all the groups that were present or emerged in the Mediterranean region during the period under consideration.

It publishes the results of cutting-edge, cross-disciplinary research, so providing a wide range of scholarly and scientific fields with new data for further explorations. The focus is on textual production in Greek and Latin, while remaining open to comparisons with the dynamics of transmission in the graphic and textual production of other cultures and languages.

In doing so, the series leads towards a phenomenology and theory of the processes of transmission. Edition, English, 2nd quarter Series Medical Traditions pp. Greek medical manuscripts have been catalogued differently over the centuries. When appropriate, manuscript location or shelfmark according to Diels have been updated to reflect the current state of collections worldwide.

This volume is the first step toward a full catalogue that will ultimately lead to the much-awaited New Diels. Medical traditions is a new field of inquiry interfacing medicine, science and the humanities. It investigates the written record of medicine in populations all over the world from its most remote traces to the dawn of modern medicine.

Though based on the Greek medical tradition, it opens the field to any body of medical knowledge attested by a long written tradition. Traditional medicine; Global studies; Cross-cultural studies; Greek medicine. Study of the history of Byzantine medicine traditionally focuses on the works written in Greek in the Empire, whereas historical research shows how Byzantium interacted with surrounding populations.

The present set of studies aims to reflect this diversity in the field of medicine during the Byzantine period and beyond. Based on case studies, it offers the first survey of the different medical traditions at work in and around the Byzantine World. Touwaide, Inst. Berger, I. In his text De locis affectis, Galen of Pergamon developed a method that allowed the physician of antiquity to identify internal disease that was not directly visible.

This volume offers the first critical edition of books V and VI of this central Galenic work. Drawing on all known Greek text sources, the text has been reconstituted and translated into German. Galen; World Medicine; History of Medicine. Edition, English, 3rd quarter Series Medicine in the Medieval Mediterranean 9 Approx. Wissenschaftliche Mathematik ist eine der wichtigsten Kulturleistungen des antiken Griechenland. Doch wann und wo genau hatte sie ihren Ursprung? Platon; Liniengleichnis; Diagramm; Antike Mathematik. Mathematics is among the most important cultural achievements of ancient Greece.

Precisely when and where did it originate? The ancient view that Plato, along with Thales and Euclid, played an important part in its development has long been dismissed as fiction. This book takes a new look based on modeling theory and comes to a contrary conclusion: Plato is, in fact, the creator of deductive mathematics. Plato; the analogy of the divided line; diagram; ancient mathematics. Kein Text aus der Antike hat in den letzten Jahrzehnten weltweit so viel Aufmerksamkeit erfahren wie die Nikomachische Ethik. Aristoteles; Ethik.

The new German translation does justice to this wave of renewed interest though its faithfulness to the original text and understandability, thereby making the text accessible not only to scholars but to the general public as well. Aristotle; ethics. Indices und ein Verzeichnis der antiken und modernen Tiernamen erleichtern die Benutzung. It specifically considers reproduction, especially in crustaceans, crabs, cephalopods, insects and reptiles. A detailed introduction and commentary analyze Book V from philological, historical, philosophical, and biological perspectives.

Indices and a catalogue of ancient and modern animal names simplify use. Books VIII and IX of the Historia animalium, which deals with the lives and activities of the animals, and specifically with their diet, habitat, reproductive lives, their social behavior and mental abilities, is discussed historically and philologically, and critically appraised via comparisons to early modern zoology, especially behavioral research. Dialogue; Plato. In addition, the volume contains an up-to-date bibliography of scholarship in English, French, German, and Italian on the dialogue.

This makes the book the definitive guide and ideal starting point for advanced students and scholars looking for further information about the Menexenus. Damaskios um — nach ist der letzte Scholarch der Platonischen Akademie und zugleich der letzte systematische Denker der paganen Antike.

Seine Philosophie versucht, das erste Prinzip jenseits der Wirklichkeit zu begreifen. Damascius c. His philosophy seeks to understand the first principle beyond reality. This volume uses prominent case examples to examine the amalgam of exegetical and philosophical interests that characterize the literature of Neoplatonist commentary in late antiquity. The essays consistently reveal the linguistic difficulties encountered by the commentators due to the complex relationship between Platonic and Aristotelian theory.

Series Philosophie der Antike 36 S. Anamnesis; Tugend; Philosophie der Antike. The commentary highlights the logical analysis of the arguments, but stresses at the same time literary aspects which make it probable that this dialogue was written with a Sicilian audience in mind. Taking into account certain comical elements in the dialogue, this leads to a new interpretation of positions usually attributed to the Meno.

This book explores the relationships between ancient Roman and Confucian thought, paying particular attention to their relevance for the contemporary world. More than 10 scholars from all around the world offer thereby a reference work for the comparative research between Roman and early Greek and Eastern thought, setting new trends in the panorama of Classical and Comparative Studies.

Collection, English, 2nd quarter In Predication and Ontology A. Quellen und Studien zur Philosophie S. Monograph, German, Greek, 3rd quarter In his Laws Plato recommends that the land of the colony whose constitution is planned in this dialogue be divided into a highly composite number of plots, , a suggestion reflecting the close link between practical affairs and mathematics in his philosophy: the forms of mathematical objects can exhaust the range of forms and mathematical astronomy paves the way for the practical interests of his philosophy of forms.

Plato; forms; mathematics; astronomy. Series Scientia Graeco-Arabica 24 Ca. The apparently disjointed and philosophically perplexing Statesman explores, among many other topics, the role and nature of the statesman; governance, virtue, and the law; and in the framework of a Myth the origins of the universe and humankind. Plato; Statesman; Law; Politics. Robinson, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. This volume contains essays by leading scholars of Aristotle, covering a wide range of topics in both philosophy and the sciences.

Edition, Latin, Greek, 3rd quarter Partim consilio et auctoritate academiae litterarum regiae Borussicae editum. Partim consilio et auctoritate Academiae Scientiarum Berolinensis et Brandenburgensis editum. As the leading expert on inscriptions from the city of Rome, Silvio Panciera has devoted his research to the epigraphic heritage with sacred content. The first part of his research results covers the ancient gods whose names start with the letters A to F. The volume includes addenda to the inscriptions previously published in the CIL as well as new discoveries of the past 85 years.

Roman inscriptions; antique Rome. Mit dem 4. Es folgen die Inschriften von den sog. Nachdem die Versuchsleiterin in einem der Becher Futter versteckt hatte, schaute sie in einer Bedingung den Hund an und zeigte danach mit einem angewinkelten Arm auf einen der beiden Becher. In einer zweiten Bedingung machte sie die gleiche Geste, schaute den Hund jedoch nicht an. In letzterer Situation haben die Hunde nicht auf die Zeigegeste reagiert.

Wie wichtig die situative Relevanz der Zeigegeste ist, zeigt sich auch in einer anderen Studie von Scheider et al. In einer Bedingung fand der Hund ein Leckerli und in einer zweiten Bedingung gab es nichts zu finden. Es zeigte sich, dass nur jene Hunde, die zuvor Futter gefunden hatten, sich in die angezeigte Richtung bewegten.

Wissenschaftler haben in den letzten Jahren begonnen, zu untersuchen, ob das Sprachverstehen von Hunden mehr ist als reine Dressur, reine Reiz-Reaktion oder reines Belohnungslernen. Der erste derart sprachbegabte Hund, der auch international bekannt wurde, war der Border Collie Rico. Im Gegenteil: Sie schienen davon auszugehen, dass die Versuchsleiterin ihnen mit der Zeigegeste helfen will, das benannte Objekt in der angezeigten Richtung zu finden. Die Untersuchungen von Pilley und Reid und Ramos und Ades deuten auf das Vorhandensein von entsprechenden Grundvoraussetzungen.

Einige Wissenschaftler vertreten die Ansicht, dass Hunde die menschliche Zeigegeste so gut verstehen, weil sie im Laufe ihres Lebens lernen, dass die menschliche Hand wichtig ist. In den er Jahren wurde dort angefangen, Fuchswelpen danach zu selektieren, ob sie freundlich oder besonders aggressiv sind.

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Riedel, J. Call, J. Making inferences about the location of hidden food: Social dog, Causal ape. Breed differences in dogs sensitivity to human points: A meta-analysis. Behavioural Processes, 81 3 , — Communication between domestic dogs Canis familiaris and humans: Dogs are good learners. The effect of development and individual differences in pointing comprehension of dogs. Animal Cognition, 12 3 , — Animal Cognition. DOI: Young children follow pointing over words in interpreting acts of reference.

Developmental Science, 13, The Domestication of Social Cognition in Dogs. Science, , — Human-like social skills in dogs? Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 9 9 , — Current Biology, 15 3 , — Behavioural Processes, 85 1 , 77— Humans have evolved specialized skills of social cognition: the cultural intelligence hypothesis.

Science, , How dogs know when communication is intended for them. Developmental Science, 15 2 , — Domestic goats, Capra hircus, follow gaze direction and use social cues in an object choice task. Animal Behaviour, 69 1 , 11— Science, Infant chimpanzee and human child: a classic comparative study of ape emotions and intelligence. Use of human-given cues by domestic dogs Canis familiaris and horses Equus caballus.

Animal Cognition, 3 1 , 13— Animal Cognition, 9 2 , 81— A simple reason for a big difference: Wolves do not look back at humans, but dogs do. On the hunt for the gene of perspective taking: pitfalls in methodology. A comparative study of the use of visual communicative signals in interactions between dogs Canis familiaris and humans and cats Felis catus and humans.

Journal of Comparative Psychology, , — Border collie comprehends object names as verbal referents. Behavioural Processes, 86 2 , — A case of social understanding. Dornhaus, Hrsg. The early ontogeny of human—dog communication. Animal Behaviour, 75 3 , — They call it like they see it: spontaneous naming and attention to shape. Developmental Science, 8 2 , — Language Comprehension in Ape and Child.

Current Directions in Psychological Science, 19, Genetika, 40 6 , — Interaction Studies, 10 2 , — Mal in Groningen stattfand. Ein Erfahrungsbericht. Der Harmoniecomplex Spannend fand ich die teilweise kuriosen Konstellationen aus Wissenschaftlern aller Qualifikationsstufen, die sich zu einzelnen Projekten zusammengefunden hatten — und harmonische Forschergruppen bildeten.

Das exotische Friesland In Kooperation u. Eine klare Perspektivfrage also Das Balletje-Balletje-Experiment Paula Niemeier, a. Klasse 5 The early 18th century saw a significant expansion of translations published in German speaking territories, which soon accounted for approximately one third of the titles available on the book market. The reasons for this development were manifold. Increasing literacy among the population resulted in a growing book demand which could no longer be satisfied by original German texts alone [1].

The increase in the number of available translations also reflected the broader impact of the Enlightenment movement upon the book market and its broader attempt to spread knowledge hitherto unavailable to those who could not read Latin or other European languages [2]. Finally, political authorities started to actively commission translations for political reasons, as they sought to spread knowledge hitherto unavailable to the population of their territories.

Disseminating translations, they began to realise, was a useful and comparatively inexpensive tool to educate and instil a set of moral values among their subordinates, make their states economically and technologically more efficient, and thereby stabilize their regimes [3]. By the early 18th century, however, translating was still a highly parochial profession. The majority of the translators came from the educated middle classes and were financially independent amateurs, who translated texts mostly for leisure or as a purely intellectual exercise [4]. Many worked on one or two texts only in their lifetime and could often boast few other linguistic qualifications than that of being bilingual emigrants [5].

There were, to be sure, a number of professional translators who were paid for translating, but they usually had to complement this source of income with additional employment [6]. It is therefore unsurprising that the profession, amateurish and materially unrewarding as it was, enjoyed only a very low social prestige and their names were regularly omitted in the respective publications [7].

Professionalization followed commercial success. Thus, the increasing number of transwww. While many of the 18th century German translators appear to have been exclusively concerned with their presumably commonsensical job of transferring a text from one language into another, a small number of practitioners and philologists started to reflect in greater depth about the theoretical implications of what they were actually doing.

The following article analyses the key German theoretical literature on translation produced during the long 18th century. Through a birds-eye perspective, it traces the development of this professional discourse and seeks to dissect different phases in German translation theory.

It argues that the late 18th century witnessed a crucial shift in translation theory from a universalist understanding of language which neglected the locality and temporality of texts to an explicit emphasis upon the influence of cultural factors upon languages. Until the 18th century, German translators disposed of almost no theoretical texts which they could consult for guidance [8]. After the publication of his pioneering work, two further theoretical texts appeared in short succession trying to fill the gap in the professional translation literature. The purpose of translations was one of their main preoccupations.

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Significantly, they did not see the translation of foreign texts as a service towards the German language community. In his analysis, translation was not about mastering a foreign language, but about developing a more refined German [12]. Venzky, for example, believed that translations also served the greater goal of learning how languages worked in general, including foreign languages [14]. What the three authors had in common, however, was that they regarded translations essentially as useful practical linguistic exercises, but never explicitly as tools for spreading foreign Thus, they considered any text written in an ancient or modern language to be worthy of translation as long as it met the main, but highly subjective criteria of possessing a high quality, because only in that case would its translation make sense as a literary exercise.

Exotic texts posed a particularly welcome challenge for the dedicated philologist. The implementation of this general aim could, however, be reached by different methods. Gottsched contended that a translation should not be conducted word by word, but that it should rather convey the correct meaning of each individual sentence. Translators had to use expressions common in their own language and concentrate on expressing the meaning, and not necessarily the literal translation of a foreign term.

A text should also be translated in such a way that the distinctive literary style of the original author would not be lost. The overall readability was given priority, which implied that the structure and length of sentences could be changed according to the necessities of the translator [18]. As such, he argued that a translator should make improvements, additions, and comments to the original whenever he saw the need to do so [19]. For him, it was equally important to convey the emotional effect of the original upon the reader.

He regarded www. Gottsched, Johann C. Leipzig, , Titelblatt. Signatur: L. The central idea behind this body of theory was that all languages worked in a similar way and that therefore expressing a specific thought was possible in any given language [25]. Thus, in the revealing words of Breitinger, translations were feasible because the things, which humans treat in their thoughts, are the same and equal all over the world; because the truth, which they seek to find through this preoccupation, is only of one kind; and because the possibilities of the human mind are limited in the same manner; thus there must be a necessary sameness among the ideas of humans […] [26].

Thus, the manifold epistemological problems involved in trying to transfer ideas from one language into another were neither mentioned nor examined in these texts. As the above quotation suggests, philologists believed in the sameness of different languages which implied an automatic similitude in ways of thinking throughout different language communities. This universalism did not mean that the theorists entirely disregarded the importance of cultural factors.

Nor did they reflect in greater detail about the deeper intricacies of translating textual artefacts produced by one culture into the language of another. Such an interpretation of language had crucial implications for the practice of translation. Herder maintained that sentence structure, conjunctions, and the grammatical gender of words varied strongly between different languages and thus had a crucial impact on the way thoughts were organised and expressed.

No reader, no matter how well acquainted with the society that had produced a text, was able to liberate themselves from their own language and culture. Hoping to fully understand an original text was, therefore, nothing more than an illusion. Herder was thus among the first to recognise that texts were intrinsically tied to the specific place and period in which they had been produced, and that this made the act of translation always problematic [30].

By formulating these ideas, Herder distanced himself clearly from the universalistic linguistic approach of the early translation theorists. His considerations, however, were not meant to imply that translation was a futile exercise. Instead, he innovatively suggested that the task of a translator was to function as an intermediary between original text and vernacular reader. A translator should thus fulfil the role of a scholar who communicated his expert, yet subjective understanding of a text and its broader socio-cultural context to the reader.

In his own translations, Herder tried to stick to this rule by providing the reader with annotations and commentaries which he used to explain and justify his personal choices [31]. Especially the appearance of German translations of English travel literature during that time stimulated wider reflection about the differences between cultures [33]. Breitinger, Johann J. Band 2 Zurich, , Titelblatt. I would thus argue that this major shift in translation theory did not merely take place at this precise historical moment because of a purely intellectual paradigm change.

Such a combination of early nationalist ideas with language did not necessarily have to correlate with a degradation of other languages. Yet, it would flourish through its contact with foreign languages. As these statements suggest, German scholars at the turn of the century, influenced by core ideas of the Enlightenment, stopped seeing translations as mere literary exercises.

Like Herder, Schleiermacher understood the cultural complexity of languages and believed that the customs of a certain people during a particular period were always reflected in language. In brief, Schleiermacher was advocating a translation method which did not fall into the pitfalls of domestication, but rather openly foreignised the original [44]. Thus, this period saw an increase in the preoccupation with translation theory as such rather than a decrease as has been sometimes suggested in the literature [48].

This crucial change did not escape the attention of perceptive contemporaries. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe observed in that there had been three historical periods of translation. During the first period, he argued, foreign texts had been introduced to German readers for the first time through a purely literal translation which eschewed any poetic pretensions. In a second epoch, texts had been completely domesticised and adapted to local expectations and customs. Learned translators were quick to adapt to the theoretical paradigm shift occurring duwww.

Yet, this shift in translation theory did not necessarily have an immediate impact upon the general practice of translation. Authors detached from the intellectuals elites of the time seem to have often been unaware of any of these theoretical considerations, so that a discrepancy between image and reality might be said to have persisted at the end of the long 18th century [52]. However, in the course of the 19th century, such intellectual postulates would eventually trickle down to ordinary translators and thereby fundamentally shape the art of translation.

Jahrhundert Leipzig, , 27— Jahrhunderts Munich, , — For a dated, but still valuable study on Gottsched and his circle, see Waniek, Gustav: Gottsched und die deutsche Literatur seiner Zeit Leipzig, Jahrhundert Bonn, , Breitinger, Fortsetzung der Critischen Dichtkunst Zurich, , i-x, here i. See Kelletat, Andreas F. Jahrhundert Frankfurt am Main, , — VI Berlin, , See Burke , Ein Umstand, der uns hinsichtlich der wissenschaftlichen Herangehensweise vor eine schwierige Aufgabe stellte. Was macht Stimmungen im Allgemeinen und Todesstimmungen im Besonderen aus?

Juni stattfand integriert im aktuellen Triennium Morwww. Exemplarisch vereinten sich hierin drei wesentliche, Todesstimmungen kennzeichnende Merkmale: ihre Unterschwelligkeit, ihr partizipatorisches Moment und ihre handlungsorientierende Ausrichtung. Michael Besitz ergriff. Ins Leben gerufen wurde a. Auch nach deren Auslaufen im Sommer wird a. Dazu beitragen sollen zudem besondere Angebote von a. Ferner hilft a. Insgesamt bietet a. Reisebericht a. The Logic of a City out of Control, Im Moment ist der Tahir ruhig, wenn man einmal von dem wie so oft zusammengebrochenen Verkehr mit seinen lautwww.

Wobei hier Im Kunstpalast findet im Moment der Aufgrund von Renovierungsarbeiten, wie mir ein Mitarbeiter am Eingang des Museums versichert. Eine weitere wichtige Station meiner Forschung bildet die Townhouse Gallery, ein im Herzen von Downtown in einem traditionellen Arbeiter- und Mechanikerviertel gelegenen Kunst- und Kulturzentrum.

Mittelalter & frühe Neuzeit einfach erklärt I Geschichte

In meinem ersten Jahr bei a. Am Ende bin ich Taxi gefahren. Essen dagegen muss man immer — warum es also nicht direkt angenehm gestalten? Und: In der Grundausstattung jedes Forschungsreisenrucksacks sollten Visitenkarten, Steckdosenadapter und Ohropax auf gar keinen Fall fehlen. Mai bis 8. Als Bindeglied zwischen Kunst und Wissenschaft soll er ein breiteres Publikum dazu einladen, sich mit dem Thema der Ausstellung auseinanderzusetzen.

Gleichzeitig bestimmt der Dialog zwischen den einzelnen Akteuren aus Wissenschaft und Kunst das Konzept des Ausstellungsprojekts. Seiten umfassenden Skripts geschaffen wurde. Das serielle Prinzip ihrer Fotocollagetechnik zeichnet dabei zugleich ein Ordnungsmuster. Im Rahmen des Medien Die Arbeit widmet sich der Problematik des Raumes, in dem Kunst ausgestellt wird.

Wie jedes Jahr wird auch die kommende Ausstellung in ein umfassendes Rahmenprogramm eingebettet sein. Flankiert von Vernissage Mittwoch, Mai Symposium: Freitag, 4. Arts, Humanities and the Value of Interdisciplinary Thinking a. PhD Candidates present their research in Venice May , In the last year of the a. PhD program, the students present the results of their research to their peers within the framework of a conference which they conceive of amongst themselves and then organize together. Jahrgang had the chance to do this in Venice.

It meant intertwining intense scholarly exchange with different cultural experiences in a fascinating city full of history and art. Every a. PhD candidate spends at least three years developing a research project within a community of peers who work — with very different topics and methodologies — in the vast range of the Humanities.

After three years of research, meeting within a. The complex of Santa Fosca was founded as a monastery in by Servi di Maria. After having been the home of illustrious scholars such as Paolo Sarpi and Galileo Galilei who experimented there with the lenses to be used for his telescope! We spent the next day in the garden and in the medieval Lucchesi chapel, in which our conference started.

In the evening, the student community gave us a tour of the wonderful building and welcomed us with drinks and pizza. We spent the evening in Campo Santa Margherita, enjoying plenty of Venetian specialties, good prosecco and red wine. The Querini Stampalia collection, amongst which one can find important works by Giovanni Bellini, Giandomenico Tiepolo, Pietro and Alessandro Longhi, is on view in the original apartment of the family. Besides being hosted in a beautiful Venetian palace, it has extended opening times and, as Count Giovanni wished in his testament , it is open also when the other libraries in the city are closed.

We dedicated our Saturday to exploring the Lido by bike. On Sunday we cruised the lagoon, visiting the medieval church of Santa Fosca on the island of Torcello and strolling through the colorful Burano. Then it was time to say our goodbyes to Venice and head back to the airport.

Graduate School for making this possible! And last but not least, a heartfelt thank you from everybody in a. Jahrgang to Francesca Valentini for the excellent organization and the dedication of so much of her time! Impressionen vom Kolloquium des Jahrgangs nach dem Orientierungssemester Oktober Graduate School bekommen hatte. Ich zwang ihn das Briefgeheimnis zu verletzen und mir endlich vorzulesen, was im Schreiben stand. Erstaunte Gesichter drehten sich nach mir um.

Aber das war mir egal. Zweifel an dem richtigen Lebensweg meinen Eltern ist zum Teil bis heute. Ich hatte nun einen gesicherten Platz Ich nutze vor allem das Angebot des internen Weiterbildungsprogramm von a. So habe ich einzelne Aspekte aus meinem Dissertationsprojekt.

Auch hier war das a. Gut, dass jetzt alles vorbei ist, sage ich da nur. So richtig realisiert hatte ich erst nichts. Auch jetzt noch kommt es mir unwirklich vor. Sehr feierlich! Aber auch nervenaufreibend. Feier in der a. Neun weitere Stipendiaten und Kollegiaten hatten mit mir zusammen abgeschlossen. Danach Die a. Doch neben den ganzen finanziellen, wissenschaftlichen und beruflichen Vorteilen, die die a. Lilith Apostel a. Dominik Baumgarten a. Bernd Hamacher. Elisa Bazzechi a. Dietrich Boschung. Judith Bihr a. Betreuerin: Prof. Ursula Frohne. Walter Pape. Johannes Breuer a.

Irmela Schneider. Martin Breul a. Saskia Wendel. Evelyn Buyken a. Frank Hentschel. Johanna Cremer a. Jahrhunderts Betreuerin: Prof. Susanne Wittekind. Elisa Dal-Chiele a. Andreas Speer. Diana Di-Segni a. Kai Enzweiler a. Dorothea E. Anne-Maria Fehn a. Bernd Heine. Katarina Fritzsche a. Michael Bollig. Luke Galea a. Martine Grice. Felix Hedderich a. Kim-Kristin Hemmers a. Karl Ubl. Patrick Hohlweck a. Poetologien der Latenz in der Moderne Betreuer: Prof. Erich Kleinschmidt. Michael Homberg a.

Torsten Hahn. Viviane Huppertz a. Anna-Helena Klumpen a. Marta Kondracka a. Claudia Riehl.

My Selections

Marianne Kreuels a. Betreuer: Prof. Thomas Grundmann. Wolfgang Lange a. Leila Behrens. Ana-Laura Lemke a. Barbara Potthast. Andreas Lerch a. Thomas Lienkamp a. Eine Untersuchung am Beispiel der Heeres-Propagandakompanie Betreuer: PD Dr. Valerie M. Lukassen a. Hans-Joachim Ziegeler. Santiago Maraia a. Hanjo Berressem. Laura Massetti a. Julia Maxelon a. Stefanie Lieb. Laura Morris a. Paula Niemeier a.

Gudrun Gersmann. Bastian Persohn a. Gerrit J. Stephan Regh a. Gregor Reimann a. Nikolaus P. Matthias-Josef Reith a. Hillard von Thiessen. Birte Ruhardt a.