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26.06.2020

L’Institut historique allemand publie sa collection „Pariser Historische Studien“ pour la première fois sous forme hybride avec deux nouveaux volumes chez heiUP

Avec les deux ouvrages de Miriam Régerat-Kobitzsch, sur Marie de Médicis dans l’historiographie européenne du XIXe siècle, et de Christian Wenzel, sur les débats de sécurité pendant les guerres de Religion françaises, l’Institut historique allemand (IHA) publie sa collection „Pariser Historische Studien“ pour la première fois sous forme hybride chez heiUP. Le volume 115, „Cette reine qui fait une si piètre figure“ de Régerat-Kobitzsch, examine la réception mouvementée, au XIXe siècle, de Marie de Médicis, dont l‘image de reine incapable et obsédée par le pouvoir a survécu au temps. La monographie de Wenzel, „Ruine d’estat”, volume 116 de la collection renommée, retrace le large débat sur la sécurité et son influence décisive sur les conflits entre 1557 et 1589, et montre la complexité des concepts de sécurité de l’époque moderne. Avec la publication des Pariser Historische Studien chez heiUP, l’IHA poursuit son objectif de rendre immédiatement et gratuitement accessibles d’excellents travaux dans ses domaines de recherche, d’accroître la visibilité de la collection et de promouvoir de jeunes chercheuses et chercheurs.

25.06.2020

New Issue of the heiEDUCATION Journal. Transdisciplinary Studies on Teacher Education

This special issue examines the potential of social media for learning/teaching scenarios with an emphasis on the intersection of language didactic and media pedagogic perspectives in (foreign) language teaching. Going beyond a focus on the uses and misuses of social media in the classroom, the issue is concerned with the competencies that make critical and self-determined users.

08.06.2020

Aggression

In couple relationships, in traffic, in the social media - violence is everywhere. The contributions to the new volume of the event series Studium Generale of the University of Heidelberg look at aggression from very different perspectives. Has humanity become more violent? How can we counter aggression and does it perhaps have positive sides?

23.04.2020

Il cardinale Pietro Gasparri, segretario di Stato (1914–1930)

The new volume of the Pubblicazioni online del DHI Roma, nuova serie, published in Italian, deals with Pietro Gasparri (1852-1934), a central figure of the government of the church in the 20th century. Gasparri was a famous lawyer, an esteemed university professor and a capable papal diplomat. From November 1914 to January 1930 he headed the Foreign Minister and the Roman Curia at a crucial time in the history of Europe and the Papacy. The contributions bundle the results of research seminars on “The International Policy of the Holy See”, which were held in Rome between 2013 and 2016 in collaboration with the Università europea di Roma and the Institut catholique de Paris.

17.04.2020

"Es ist nur ein Dorf". Schwetzingen mit den Augen Leopold Mozarts

On their European tour, the composer Leopold Mozart, his wife and children also made a stop in Schwetzingen. As a well-informed observer of his time, his letters about staying in the Palatinate summer residence are invaluable. The authors follow his observations in the newly published volume from the series "Writings on South-West German Court Music" and relate them to the knowledge of their respective disciplines. This creates a comprehensive picture of the Palatinate summer residence of 1763, a focus of music history in the third quarter of the 18th century.

02.04.2020

Caring for Old Age

“They Cannot Boss Me Around” - The new volume of Heidelberg Studies on Transculturality "Caring for old age" is concerned with narratives about ageing in its transcultural dimension. The focus lies on South Asia. What are notions of "good ageing" and good care while the regions in question have experienced deep environmental, social and familial shifts? The paper with the above cited sentence deal for example with the changing conditions in Indian care homes. With contributions about the situation in Nepal and Sri Lanka, also eurocentric aspects of ageing studies are beeing questioned in this volume, edited by Christiane Brosius und Roberta Mandoki. 

 

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