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  • Niemann, Helen (2020)
    The liberal professions are subject to an ever changing legal basis and thus constantly undergo minor or major amendments. A fundamental innovation in the current law governing the liberal professions of tax consultants ...
  • Christensen, Paul (2020)
    In this dissertation, Paul Christensen examines the significant roles played by spirits in Cambodian society. In particular, he focuses on the handling of the traumatic past, the religious identification of Cambodians, the ...
  • Ahrens, Frauke Johanna (2020)
    In this cultural anthropological examination Frauke Johanna Ahrens enquires into the scientific significance of the herbarium sheets of the Herbarium Göttingen in the period from 1832 to 1852. Based on a historical, ...
  • Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen (2020)
  • Paech, Frauke (2020)
  • Röckelein, Hedwig; Noga-Banai, Galit; Pinchover, Lotem (2019)
    The collection of essays presented in “Devotional Cross-Roads: Practicing Love of God in Medieval Gaul, Jerusalem, and Saxony” investigates test case witnesses of Christian devotion and patronage from Late Antiquity to the ...
  • Gerken, Martina; Renieri, Carlo; Allain, Daniel; Galbraith, Hugh; Gutiérrez, Juan Pablo; McKenna, Lisa; Niznikowski, Roman; Wurzinger, Maria (2019)
    Animal fibres from South American camelids and other fibre or wool bearing species provide important products for use by the human population. The contemporary context includes the competition with petrocarbon-based ...
  • Splettstößer, Anne (2019)
    How is the handling of contested “objects” from the German colonial era shaped in ethnological Museums in Germany and Cameroon? This ethnographic study connects, for the first time, approaches from ethnology, (international) ...
  • Theil, Kerstin (2019)
    The thesis deals with the question of legal succession in public law approvals with a particular focus on the legal situation in mining law. A comparison with legal succession in different approvals in the field of ...
  • Mhajida, Samwel Shanga (2019)
    This research unravels the economic collapse of the Datoga pastoralists of central and northern Tanzania from the 1830s to the beginning of the 21st century. The research builds from the broader literature on continental ...
  • Popal-Akhzarati, Karima (2019)
    Racism as a historically grown power relation varies in its complex configurations, depending on social-political as well as local-historical contexts. This study examines how students deal with racism, with a particular ...
  • Volk, Bianca (2019)
    W National Park lies in the border triangle of Benin, Burkina Faso and Niger in West Africa. Established under French colonial rule in 1927, it was designated as the first African transborder biosphere reserve in 2002. ...
  • Bogner, Artur; Rosenthal, Gabriele (2018)
  • Niess, Birgit (2018)
  • Baumann, Lukas (2018)
    A few weeks before van Gogh admitted himself into a mental hospital in Saint-Rémy in spring 1889 he had written to Gauguin that he wanted to create a “consolatory art for distressed hearts”. From his bedroom in the clinic ...
  • Hamra, Sulamith (2018)
    Project ‚Integration‘. Berlin District Mothers and the negociation of integration policies The topic of integration is fiercely disputed and influenced by various racisms. This is manifested in social debates as well as ...
  • Peselmann, Arnika (2018)
    How does a cultural landscape come into being? And how is this process connected to the valorization of objects, sites and spaces as cultural heritage? Based on the example of the Czech-German Ore Mountains the ethnographic ...
  • Bers, Christiana (2018)
    How has the university been discussed between scientific mission, study and education since the beginning of the Bologna reform? The study examines this question using 1130 articles published in the weekly newspaper DIE ...
  • Friedrich, Udo; Schumann, Eva (2018)
    The transfer of expert knowledge to an unlearned audience is a highly complex process. It is not only dependant on subject-specific requirements, but also on institutional and media requirements. The early modern period ...
  • Rosenthal, Gabriele (2018)
    This volume is a clear introduction to methods of data collection and analysis in the social sciences, with a special focus on interpretive methods based on a logic of discovering hypotheses and grounded theories. The chief ...

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