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19.01.2022

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Authors and editors can now apply for DFG funding of up to 5,000 euros for monographs that result from a DFG-funded project. The requirements for funding by the Open Access Monographienfonds must be met.

07.01.2022

heiEDUCATION Journal: Schule und Normativität: Kompetenzen gelingender Lebensführung in Lehrer:innenbildung und Schule

From the perspective of various disciplines, the authors of this issue analyse normative expectations that schools are confronted with today. Topics include health education, education for sustainable development and political education in the field of tension between self-positioning and the imperative of neutrality. Among other things, they ask to what extent normative educational claims contribute to students developing competences for a successful lifestyle, but also to what extent they are to be regarded as problematic.

17.12.2021

Marek Konopka, Angelika Wöllstein, Ekkehard Felder (Eds.): „Determination, syntaktische Funktionen der Nominalphrase und Attribution“

The second volume of the „Bausteine einer Korpusgrammatik des Deutschen“ is online. The aim of the series is to use corpus linguistic methods to capture the diversity and variability of German grammar at a high resolution and at the same time to ensure that the study results are verifiable.

16.12.2021

Kurt Weissen: Marktstrategien der Kurienbanken. Die Geschäfte der Alberti, Medici und Spinelli in Deutschland (1400–1475)

With their branch networks and partners, the Florentine banks dominated  international monetary transactions of the 15th century. The merchant bankers from Tuscany dominated the cashless processing of large transfers of money from all over Europe to the Roman Curia. Kurt Weissen examines how curia bankers connected Germany to this payment system via Bruges and Venice.

16.12.2021

Frank Reuter, Daniela Gress, Radmila Mladenova (Eds.): Visuelle Dimensionen des Antiziganismus

Visual media have played a key role in the genesis of antigypsyism since the early modern period. This interdisciplinary anthology examines the central motifs and semantics of "Gypsy" images in various forms of representation such as literature, visual art, photography, postcards, opera, theatre, comics, film and computer games.

16.12.2021

Isabelle Deflers: Von Preußen lernen? Die preußische Monarchie im Spiegel französische Reformdiskurse am Ende des Ancien Régime

La guerre de Sept Ans a été un désastre pour la renommée de la France. S’est alors engagée une discussion intensive sur des idées de réforme afin que soit restaurée la primauté de la monarchie française dans le système international des États et que le pays soit sauvé de la faillite. Dans quelle mesure l’État prussien, perçu comme un modèle de réussite, pouvait-il servir de référence dans ce débat sur les réformes?

 

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