New on heiUP: Grammar and Corpora 2016
Grammar and Corpora 2016 presents recent developments and advances, firstly, in corpus-oriented grammar research with a special focus on Germanic, Slavic, and Romance languages and, secondly, in corpus linguistic methodology as well as the application of corpus methods to grammar-related fields. The proceedings volume was edited by Eric Fuß, Marek Konopka, Beata Trawiński und Ulrich H. Waßner (Institute for the German Language in Mannheim).
New on heiUP: Die Kunst der Narkose
The book vividly traces the long and eventful history of the department of Anesthesiology at Heidelberg University Hospital, ranging from the first narcosis pioneers in the 19th century up to the modern-day anesthesiology. Die Kunst der Narkose, edited by Manuael Obermaier, Markus A. Weigand and Florian Meister, is published as a Festschrift on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the department of Anesthesiology.
New: Visualisierung sprachlicher Daten
Visualisierung sprachlicher Daten: Visual Linguistics – Praxis – Tools, edited by the linguists Noah Bubenhofer and Marc Kupietz, reflects on the theoretical basics of scientific visualizations in linguistics, shows practical examples and introduces visualization tools.
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Studies in Historical Documents from Nepal and India opens the new series Documenta Nepalica - Book Series, published by the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities in collaboration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.
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