Giovanni Vitolo, Vera Isabell Schwarz-Ricci (Eds.): Konradin (1252–1268). Eine Reise durch Geschichte, Recht und Mythos
The beheading of Conradin of Swabia, the grandson of Frederick II, in Naples in October 1268 marked the end of the Hohenstaufen dynasty. This volume commemorates the last male Staufer and the myth that developed around him even during his lifetime.
heiEducation Journal: Komplexe Verbindungen. Interdisziplinäre Lehr-Lern-Konzepte in der Lehrerbildung auf dem Prüfstand
How can research in the context of teacher education and general subject-specific research be better linked than before? This is the question posed by the authors of the eighth issue of heiEducation Journal.
A present for Queen Silvia of sweden
Inga Lewenhaupt, former museum director of the Drottningholm Theatre Museum Foundation and co-author of "Fürstliches Arkadien: Sommerresidenzen im 18. Jahrhundert" from the series Schriften zur Südwestdeutschen Hofmusik , was allowed to hand over a copy of the book to the Swedish Queen.
Barbara Mittler, Thomas Maissen und Pierre Monnet (Eds.): Chronologics: Periodisation in a Global Context
Many periodisation schemes have their roots in Europe. As part of the colonial encounter they have been translated into new temporal authenticities in the Americas, Asia and Africa. In considering case studies from different parts of the world, the aim of this volume is to uncover some of the dynamics behind particular uses of periodisation schemes, as concepts for ordering the past.
The new journal at heiUP: Apocalyptica
The first issue of the new journal Apocalyptica is online. The interdisciplinary and international peer-reviewed academic journal is published by the Käte Hamburger Centre for Apocalyptic and Post-Apocalyptic Studies (CAPAS) at Heidelberg University. The journal publishes incisive analyses from diverse perspectives regarding the end of worlds.
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