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Studium Generale: Ressourcen. Rohstoffe, Daten, Menschen

Authors from different disciplines write on a common topic. That is the concept of the Studium Generale lecture series. Whether political scientist and advisor to the Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), economist, psychologist or dance dramaturge and literary scholar - they all present their very own view on the topic of "resources" in the current volume.


Stephan Nicolussi-Köhler: Marseille, Montpellier und das Mittelmeer. Die Entstehung des südfranzösischen Fernhandels im 12. und 13. Jahrhundert

Dans le volume 121 des  Pariser Historischen Studien, Stephan Nicolussi-Köhler ouvre une perspective totalement nouvelle sur l'histoire du commerce à longue distance dans le sud de la France au Moyen Âge. Il explique ses origines non seulement avec l'établissement des dominations croisées en Orient, mais l'explore directement à leur source, les circuits commerciaux actifs dans l’arrière-pays des villes portuaires. Dans le cadre d'enquêtes micro-historiques, il met en lumière des liens jusqu'alors inconnus entre les différents acteurs économiques.


Thomas Pfeiffer, Quincy C. Lobach, Tobias Rapp (Hrsg.): Facilitating Cross-Border Family Life – Towards a Common European Understanding. EUFams II and Beyond

The final report of the EUFams II project funded by the European Commission is intended to contribute to the uniform and consistent application of European family and succession law. The aim of the project was to assess the functionality and effectiveness of European family and inheritance law, to identify possible problems and to propose solutions.


Deutscher Historikertag from 5 to 8 October

This year, the 53rd Deutscher Historikertag (German Historians' Conference) will take place digitally via a conference platform. heiUP is represented in the digital library with twelve publications.


CURSOR_: Identität

The second issue of Cursor_, the journal for explorative theology, is about the question of what "Christian identity" is and how early Christianity succeeded in forming Christian identity in ethnically mixed groups? It is about individual and collective identities and whether identity formation must always lead to exclusion or appropriation of the other? A topic with numerous facets and with a lot of conflict potential.


Uwe Israel, Marius Kraus, Ludovica Sasso (Eds.): Agonale Invektivität. Konstellationen und Dynamiken der Herabsetzung im italienischen und deutschen Humanismus

What does humanism mean, who belongs to the humanists? This was clarified by contemporaries, not least through diatribes. The authors of the 17th volume of the “Beihefte” (supplements) to the journal “Das Mittelalter. Perspektiven mediävistischer Forschung" examine in an interdisciplinary synopsis these mutual personal disparagements as a means of asserting one's own positions.


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