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New series on heiUP: Documenta Nepalica – Book Series
Studies in Historical Documents from Nepal and India opens the new series Documenta Nepalica - Book Series, published by the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities in collaboration with the National Archives, Nepal. The volume is the outcome of the conference “Studying Documents in Premodern South Asia and Beyond: Problems and Perspective”, held in October 2015 in Heidelberg.
New volume of "Studium Generale" is out
The new volume in the series Studium Generale is dedicated to the subject of water. Water is life, a scarce resource, a good, and a cause of conflicts all around the world: Correspondingly diverse are the main research areas and the expertise of the researchers, who were invited to Heidelberg to speak in the framework of Studium Generale on the subject of water in winter term 2015/2016.
Volume 1 in "Schriften zur Südwestdeutschen Hofmusik" is online
Süddeutsche Hofkapellen im 18. Jahrhundert forms the first volume in the series Schriften zur Südwestdeutschen Hofmusik, and is edited by the Forschungsstelle Südwestdeutsche Hofmusik of the Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften. It documents the current state of research on the most important court chapels, as well as selected smaller aristocratic chapels in southern Germany during the eighteenth century.
New: Lecture Notes Mathematics – Analysis 1
Analysis 1 by Rolf Rannacher is based on lectures within a three-semester cycle on "Real Analysis" given by the author at Heidelberg University. The present first part is devoted to the classical calculus of differentiation and integration for functions of one real variable.
New out: “Religion to go” – the special issue of “Online – Heidelberg Journal of Religions on the Internet”
The new special issue of “Online – Heidelberg Journal of Religions on the Internet”: Religion to go! sets off to explore the field of religion within mobile internet environments, mobile application, augmented realities and everything in between – and the retroactive effects of the new mobility on our notion of religion and religious practice.
Appearance & Reality ist the theme of the new edition of “Ruperto Carola”
In every area of life, we are constantly challenged to distinguish between appearance and reality, between facts on the one hand, and errors and lies on the other. The new edition of “Ruperto Carola” takes up different aspects of this theme, and illuminates how appearances can be deceptive.