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22.07.2021

Ruperto Carola: Verbinden & Spalten

The research magazine Ruperto Carola presents current research topics at Heidelberg University. Under the title „Verbinden & Spalten“, the current issue deals, among other things, with the effects of the Corona pandemic on our society, molecular death complexes and progress in Alzheimer's research.

19.07.2021

Silke Leopold und Bärbel Pelker (Hrsg.): Fürstliches Arkadien. Sommerresidenzen im 18. Jahrhundert

Princely summer residences are regarded as places of longing where rulers sought to realise their dream of an earthly paradise and escape the constraints of court ceremonial. The authors of the fifth volume of Schriften zur Südwestdeutschen Hofmusik examine the music that was made in summer residences in German-speaking countries as well as in Italy, Spain, England, Sweden and Russia.

16.07.2021

Anna Laiß : Universalistisches Ideal und koloniale Kontinuitäten. Die »harkis« in der Fünften Französischen Republik

Avec l'indépendance de l'Algérie en 1962, environ 85 000 musulmans qui avaient soutenu l'armée française pendant la guerre ont quitté le pays pour la France. Anna Laiß analyse la difficile recherche par les "harkis" et leurs descendants de leur place dans la République française.

16.07.2021

Jetzt im Open Access: Das Mittelalter. Perspektiven mediävistischer Forschung

From now on, the journal „Das Mittelalter. Perspektiven mediävistischer Forschung“ at heiUP: in the familiar print version and now also for free download. The Association of Medievalists takes the digital transformation of its journal as an opportunity to ask about the state of its discipline in 2021 and to develop future perspectives in the current issue.

09.07.2021

Lajos Berkes: Vom byzantinischen zum arabischen Ägypten. Neue dokumentarische Papyri aus dem 5. bis 8. Jahrhundert (P.Heid. XI)

Insights into Social Life in the Late Antique Nile Valley: Volume 2 of Studien und Texte aus der Heidelberger Papyrussammlung includes the edition of 42 previously unpublished Egyptian papyrus documents from the 5th to 8th centuries AD with translation and a historical-linguistic commentary.

17.06.2021

Sarah-Denise Fabian, Silke Leopold, Panja Mücke und Rüdiger Thomsen-Fürst (Eds.): Johann Stamitz und die europäische Musikermigration im 18. Jahrhundert

Johann Stamitz was a figurehead of Mannheim court music: the new volume of Schriften zur Südwestdeutschen Hofmusik is based on the symposium "Die Familie Stamitz und die europäische Musikermigration im 18. Jahrhundert" (The Stamitz Family and European Musicians' Migration in the 18th Century), to which not only experienced experts but also young scholars were explicitly invited to present their research results.

 

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The Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities publishes the latest scientific and academic findings from its exceptional research projects through Heidelberg University Publishing. As a state academy, it uses the open access model to ensure scientists and scholars have free access to the latest research insights. The scope of its publications extends from musicology to cultural and social sciences.