Recent Submissions

  • Ben Amara, Ramzi (2020)
    On the basis on solid fieldwork in northern Nigeria including participant observation, interviews with Izala, Sufis, and religion experts, and collection of unpublished material related to Izala, three aspects of the ...
  • Ozil, Seyda; Hofmann, Michael; Laut, Jens Peter; Dayıoğlu-Yücel, Yasemin; Zierau, Cornelia; Uca, Didem (2020)
    The tenth volume of the yearbook Turkish-German Studies examines the question of how German-Turkish relations have changed as a result of the growing popularity of right-wing populist parties in Germany, the attempted coup ...
  • Ambos, Kai (2020)
    In September 2018 the criminal law section of the 72nd Deutscher Juristentag (DJT, “German Assembly of Jurists”) debated the question “Sentencing Guidelines vs. Free Judicial Discretion – Is German Sentencing Law in Need ...
  • Diekmann, Marie; Theuvsen, Ludwig; Weinrich, Ramona (2020)
  • Gundlach, Timo (2020)
    Few crimes capture the interest and attention of the public as sexual driven crime. Relapsing sex offenders especially spark debates on how best to deal with this particular group. Incidents of serious sexual crimes are, ...
  • Hinrichsen, Hendrik (2020)
    The past fifty years have seen far-reaching changes in Palestinian society in the West Bank. The Israeli occupation which began in 1967, the political mobilization of the 1970s and 1980s, and the so-called peace process ...
  • Bers, Christiana (2020)
    In 2020, the Institute for Educational Science celebrated its 100-year anniversary – in 1920 Herman Nohl became the first professor for Pedagogy and subsequently founded the Pedagogic Seminar in July 1920. In celebration ...
  • Bovt, Aleksandra (2020)
    The extensive collection of correspondences of Elisabeth Charlotte, Duchesse d’Orléans (known as Liselotte von der Pfalz), sister-in law of Louis XIV, is one of the few remaining sources with exceptional insight into the ...
  • Bogner, Artur; Rosenthal, Gabriele (2020)
    Long before “IS” and “Boko Haram”, the messianic “Lord’s Resistance Army” (LRA) in Uganda was considered as one of the most brutal rebel groups in Africa, or in the world, and as one which clearly specialized in the ...
  • 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 ...

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