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Erica Tietze-Conrat, Tagebücher (1923-1926)

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ISBN: 9783205795452 Year: Pages: 458 Seiten DOI: 10.26530/OAPEN_574661 Language: German
Publisher: Böhlau Grant: Austrian Science Fund - PUB 174
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In her early diaries the art historian Erica Tietze-Conrat discribes her eventfull life in Vienna in the 1920ies, were she had been in touch with all the important art circles of the time..

Volkserzählungen der Südslaven

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ISBN: 9783205994572 Year: Pages: 700 Seiten DOI: 10.26530/OAPEN_470932 Language: German
Publisher: Böhlau Grant: Austrian Science Fund - D 3322
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The hitherto unpublished collection of South Slavic folk tales in German translation in the legacy of Friedrich Salomo Krauss (1859-1938), jewish-croatian ethnography, writer and sexologist, in Los Angeles, is on the one hand based on field-work materials, collected from oral sources during a research excursion in 1884-5 in Bosnia, Hercegovina and Dalmatia, on the other on translations of stories published in South Slavic journals of folklore and collections of oral narrations round the turn of the century of 1900. The translations are done in a literary style and the partly extended commentaries by Krauss are an important document of Viennese culture history and mentality in the first decades of the 20th century. Moreover, this collection documents the different ideological presuppositions for the starting phase of the emergence of Austrian Volkskunde/ethnography, which was from the very beginning internationally orientated, in close and specific connection to the folk culture of the countries in South Eastern Europe, and cultivated in a multidisciplinary way cross-contacts to ethnology, anthropology, psychology and jurisprudence.

Historische Anthropologie im südöstlichen Europa

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ISBN: 9783205771258 Year: Pages: 410 Seiten DOI: 10.26530/OAPEN_471370 Language: German
Publisher: Böhlau Grant: Austrian Science Fund - D 3466
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The beginnings of historical anthropology as a transdisciplinary project have to be located in the 1970s. However, in this part of the world it is still considered as a young project. This seems to be the main reason for not having yet developed a common understanding about its aims, methods and core contents. There is also no unanimity about the perception, advocated in this volume, that historical anthropology does not represent a new scientific discipline but an altered understanding of history as a discipline as a whole for the purpose of transdisciplinarity. The intention of the endeavor ‘historical anthropology’ is far from questioning established disciplines such as the historical scholarship but to put man in its historical contingency and cultural complexity into the focus of research and academic teaching. Since the temporal dimension does play a central role anthropologically oriented historical scholarship occupies a specific position in this project. Historical anthropology is comprehended here as integration of disciplines in the sense of a comprehensive science of the human being.Historical anthropology conducted in a rather peripheral region such as Southeastern Europe or the Balkans due to its specific historic development and cultural features is confronted with partly other challenges and has partly different aims compared with Western or Central Europe, for instance, which is reflected in the composition of the present volume. It consists of five parts. The first one addresses migration and adaption strategies, the second one gender relations and stages of life. The third one deals with the complex relationship of geographic features such as mountains and sea, and the human being. The fourth part is devoted to law and disciplining, and the concluding one to identities. The authors are either directly affiliated with Centre for Southeast European History and Anthropology at University of Graz or colleagues from abroad with whom the Centre has intensive collaboration.

Deutsche und Ungarn im südöstlichen Europa

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ISBN: 9783205202646 Year: Pages: 474 Seiten DOI: 10.26530/OAPEN_621074 Language: German
Publisher: Böhlau Grant: Austrian Science Fund - PUB 282
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Der zeiltiche Fokus liegt vor allem auf der postsozialistischen Zeit ab 1989/90 bis etwa 2012; die räumliche Ausdehnung der Forschungen schliesst Ungarn (Herberge- Patronagestaat), Slowenien, Kroatien (Slawonien), Serbien (Vojvodina), und Rumänien (Siebenbürgen sowie Deutschland und Österreich als Patronagestaaten für die Deutschen mit ein.

Käthe Schirmacher

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ISBN: 9783205208280 Year: DOI: 10.7767/9783205208280 Language: German
Publisher: Böhlau Grant: Knowledge Unlatched - 103515
Subject: History
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Die Journalistin, Schriftstellerin und Vortragsreisende Käthe Schirmacher (1865-1930) wird in diesem Band als eine exemplarische Protagonistin des Übergangs europäischer Gesellschaften um 1900 vorgestellt. Die transnationale Agitatorin, die sich als ‚moderne Frau‘ positionierte und in intimen Beziehungen mit Frauen lebte, adressierte als radikale Frauenrechtlerin und spätere völkische Politikerin unterschiedliche politische Arenen. Mit ihrer Inanspruchnahme von Autorität und Kompetenz forderte sie die Zugangsregeln zu hegemonialen Öffentlichkeiten heraus. In ihrem umfangreichen Nachlass wird sie als eine Erzählerin des eigenen Lebens sichtbar, die sich in wechselnden Konstellationen immer wieder autobiografisch neu entwarf. Mit der innovativen Konzeption einer Biografie in Koproduktion regt der Band zur methodischen Weiterentwicklung offener biografischer Forschungsprozesse an.

Germans and Hungarians in Southeast Europe

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ISBN: 783205205289 Year: Pages: 314 Seiten Language: English
Publisher: Böhlau Grant: Austrian Science Fund - PUB 282
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Der zeiltiche Fokus liegt vor allem auf der postsozialistischen Zeit ab 1989/90 bis etwa 2012; die räumliche Ausdehnung der Forschungen schliesst Ungarn (Herberge- Patronagestaat), Slowenien, Kroatien (Slawonien), Serbien (Vojvodina), und Rumänien (Siebenbürgen sowie Deutschland und Österreich als Patronagestaaten für die Deutschen mit ein.

Musikalische Repertoires in Zentraleuropa (1420-1450)

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ISBN: 9783205795629 Year: Pages: 422 Seiten DOI: 10.26530/OAPEN_512255 Language: English|German
Publisher: Böhlau Grant: Austrian Science Fund - PUB 160
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With famous music manuscripts such as the St Emmeram codex or the Trent codices and the rise of a musical elite with singer-composers around Dufay and Binchois, the years around 1430 belong to a crucial period in late-medieval music history. The present volume comprises 13 case studies on polyphonic as well as monophonic repertories with a particular focus on the city of Vienna. For the first time, the ‘simultaneity’ of ‘non-simultaneous’ phenomena is scrutinized for Central Europe and for the cultural exchange with neighbouring territories of the Holy Roman Empire, of England, Bohemia and Northern Italy.Due to its specific urban profile and the geographical position, late-medieval Vienna offers an excellent starting point for the study of musical repertories in Central Europe and their appropriation as cultural practice in the first half of the fifteenth century. The ‘simultaneity’ of ‘non-simultaneous’ phenomena is closely connected to the coexistence of different patterns of music patronage within court and nobility, the university, a variety of ecclesiastical institutions (among them the collegiate church of All Saints, later St Stephen’s Cathedral), and diverse strands of upper- and middle-class citizens on the one hand, cultural exchange with neighbouring territories of the Holy Roman Empire, of England, Bohemia and Northern Italy on the other. Manifold strands of polyphonic and monophonic repertories (both sacred and profane), compositional techniques, regionally bound stylistic peculiarities, strategems of music patronage, institutional (or even personal) collectionism, furthermore aspects of music iconography and the role of music within the history of ideas are scrutinized in thirteen chapters, which are conceived as case-studies, plus a detailed thematical introduction. In sum, this is an invaluable contribution to a better understanding of a crucial period of late-medieval music history.

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