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Adorjani, Dr. Zsolt

Peter Pazmany Catholic University, Hungary
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Irmgard Männlein-Robert Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Zsolt Adorjani: Pindars sechste olympische Siegesode. Text, Einleitung und Kommentar. Leiden: Brill, 2014, 394 pp. [classical philology, Greek choral lyric, commentary, literary and textual criticism].

Agapitos, Prof. Dr. Panagiotis A.

University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Albrecht Berger Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
  • Panagiotis A. Agapitos: Blemmydes, Laskaris and Philes. In: Byzantinische Sprachkunst. Studien zur byzantinischen Literatur gewidmet Wolfram Hörandner zum 65. Geburtstag. (Ed. Martin Hinterberger, Elisabeth Schiffer) Berlin & New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2007, p. 1 - 19 [Byzantine literature, textual criticism].

  • Prof. Dr. Panagiotis A. Agapitos: Grammar, genre and patronage in the twelfth century: A scientific paradigm and its implications. In: JÖB - Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik, Band 64. (Ed. Ewald Kislinger) Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2014, p. 1 - 22.

  • Prof. Dr. Panagiotis A. Agapitos: Anna Komnene and the politics of schedographic training and colloquial discourse. In: Nea Rhome - Rivista di ricerche bizantinistiche. (Ed. Università degli Studi di Roma "Tor Vergata") Roma: Squilibri Editore Roma, 2013, p. 89 - 107.

Ajibade, Prof. Dr. George Olusola

Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Dymitr Ibriszimow Universität Bayreuth
  • George Olusola Ajibade: Representation of Gender Discourse in the Poetry of Akínwùmí Isola. In: Emerging Perspectives on Akinwumi Isola . (Ed. Akinyemi Akintunde and Toyin Falola) Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press/The Red Sea Press, 2008, p. 273 - 287 [Yorùbá, Poetry, Gender, Sexuality, Body Politics].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: New Wine in Old Cups: Postcolonial Performance of Christian Music in Yorùbá Land. In: Studies in World Christianity. 13 (1), 2007, p. 105 - 126 [Yorùbá, Poetry, Religion, Culture].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Depiction of Sexuality in Yorùbá Oral Poetry. In: The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Love, Courtship, and Sexuality Through History: The Colonial and Revolutionary Age. (Ed. Merril D. Smith ) Westport, USA: Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc, 2008, p. 262 - 264 [Sexuality, Yorùbá, Perception, Poetry].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Sàngó's Eéríndínlógún Divinatory System. In: Sàngó in Africa and the African Diaspora. (Ed. Tisken Joel, Toyin Falola and Akinyemi Akintunde) Bloomington, USA: Indiana University Press, 2009, p. 111 - 132 [Yorùbá, Sàngo, Divination, Poetry, Culture].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Finding Female Voice: A Socio-Cultural Appraisal of Yoruba Nuptial Poetry. Cologne, Germany: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2009, 248 pp. [Yoruba, Nuptial Poetry, Women Voice, Gender, Power-relation].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Sparks of Resistance, Flames of Change: Orature in Reconciliation and Conflict Management among the Yoruba. In: Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies in West Africa: Beyond Right and Wrong. (Ed. Akanmu G. Adebayo, Brandon D. Lundy, Jesse J. Benjamin and Joseph Kingsley Adjei) Lanham, Boulder, New York, London: Lexington Books, 2015, p. 211 - 231 [Yoruba, Orature, Reconciliation, Conflict, Management ].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Endogenous and Exogenous Factors in National Development: Inferences from the Metaphor of Witchcraft (Àjẹ́) in Túbọ̀sún Ọládàpọ̀’s Poetry. In: Tydskrifvir Letterkunde: A Journal for African Literature. 48 (1), 2011, p. 167 - 183 [Witchcraft, Yoruba, Poetry, Metaphor, National, Development].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: African Language, Literature and Culture in Transition: The Example of Yoruba. In: Culture and the Contemporary African. (Ed. Oloruntoba-Oju and Kirsten Holst Petersen) Uppsala, Sweden: Utgiven av Recito Forlag, 2014, p. 322 - 345 [Yoruba, Language, Literature, Culture, Transition].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Theorizing Body in Yoruba Cosmology: A Socio-Cultural and Literary Appraisal. In: Existentialism, Literature and the Humanities in Africa. (Ed. Uwasomba C., M. Mosobalaje and O. Coker) Gottingen: Cullier Verlag, 2013, p. 460 - 478 [Body, Ontology, Yoruba, Culture, Theorising, Literary].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Violence in Dialogue: Yorùbá Women in Actions. In: Cahiers d’études africaines. 2(204), 2011, p. 847 - 871 [Violence, Dialogue, Yorùbá, Women, Verbal, Art].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Same-Sex in Yorùbá Culture and Orature. In: Journal of Homosexuality (JH). 60(7), 2012, p. 965 - 983 [Yoruba, Orature, Homosexuality, Lesbianism, Sexuality].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: The Yoruba Oral Artists and their use of Word (Ọ̀RỌ̀). In: Yoruba: Journal of the Yoruba Studies Association of Nigeria. 7(1), 2012, p. 30 - 62 [Yoruba, Poets, Orature, Word, Communication].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Theorizing Body in Yoruba Cosmology: A Socio-Cultural and Literary Appraisal. In: Existentialism, Literature and the Humanities in Africa. (Ed. Uwasomba Chijoke, Adebayo Mosobalaje and Oluwole Coker) Göttingen, Germany: CUVILLIER VERLAG, 2013, p. 460 - 478 [Yorùbá Aesthetics, Body, Character, Cosmetics, Cosmology, Culture, Personhood, and Sociology].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: African Language, Literature and Culture in Transition: The Example of Yorùbá. In: Culture and the Contemporary Africa. (Ed. Oloruntoba-Oju Taiwo and Kirsten Holst Peterson) Uppsala, Sweden: Utgiven av Recito Forlag, 2014, p. 322 - 345 [Yoruba, Literary tradition, Realism, Detectives].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Sparks of Resistance, Flames of Change: Orature in Reconciliation and Conflict Management among the Yorùbá. In: Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies in West Africa: Beyond Right and Wrong. (Ed. Adebayo G.A, B.D. Lundy, J.J. Benjamin and J.K. Adjei) Lanham, Boulder, New York, London: Lexington Books, 2015, p. 2011 - 2033 [Yoruba Orature, Conflict Management, Resolution, Verbal artistry].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Drama, Poetry and Ritual in Zangbeto Festival of the Ogu People of Badagry. In: African Indigenous Religious Traditions in Local and Global Contexts, Perspectives on Nigeria, A Festschrift in Honour of Jacob K. Olupona. (Ed. David Oluwagbemiga Ogungbile) Lagos: Malthouse Press Limited, 2015, p. 255 - 270 [Zamgbeto festival, Badagry, Ritual, Religion, Theatre, Poetry].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Ṣàngó’s Thunder: Poetic Challenges to Islam and Christianity. In: Beyond Religious Tolerance: Muslim, Christian and Traditionalist Encounters in an African Town. (Ed. Nolte Insa Et al) United Kingdom: Boydell and Brewer, 2017, p. 75 - 95 [Sango, Verbal Art, Religious Experience, Competitive Landscape].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: The Yoruba Oral Artists and their use of Word (Ọ̀RỌ̀). In: Yoruba: Journal of the Yoruba Studies Association of Nigeria. 7:1, 2012, p. 30 - 62 [Yoruba, Oral artists, Creativity, Stylistics Devices].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Same-Sex in Yorùbá Culture and Orature. In: Journal of Homosexuality (JH). 60:7, 2012, p. 965 - 983 [Same-Sex, Yoruba, Verbal Art, Tradition].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Yoruba Cultural Responses to Islam in Proverbs. In: Ife Journal of Religions. 8, 2012, p. 72 - 99 [Yoruba, Folkloric Expression, Proverbs, Religious beliefs].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: The Portrait of Omoluabi in Ọdúnjọ’s Àkόjọpọ̀ Ewì Aládùn. In: Ife Journal of Languages and Literatures. 1:1, 2013, p. 83 - 105 [Odunjo, Poem, Cultural Values, Ideology].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Gender. In: Encyclopedia of the Yoruba. (Ed. Falola Toyin and Akintunde Akinyemi) Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2016, p. 137 - 138 [Gender, Matriarchy, Patriarchy, Yoruba].

  • George Olusola Ajibade: Cults, Secret Societies and Fraternities. In: Culture and Customs of the Yoruba. (Ed. Falola Toyin and Akintunde Akinyemi) USA: Pan-African University Press, 2017, p. 721 - 730 [Cults, Secret Societies, Fraternities, Initiation].

Angel, Dr. Joseph

Yeshiva University, United States of America
Field of research: Oriental studies, languages and literature of the Near East
Host: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Gregor Kratz Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Joseph Angel: "Reading the Book of Giants in Literary and Historical Context". In: Dead Sea Discoveries. 21, 2014, p. 313 - 346 [Jewish Studies, History, Religion, Semitic Languages, Aramaic, Dead Sea Scrolls, Jewish Aramaic Literature, Book of Giants, Book of Daniel, 1 Enoch, Manichaeism ].

Antonopoulou, Prof. Dr. Theodora

National and Capodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Diether R. Reinsch Freie Universität Berlin
  • Theodora Antonopoulou: Leonis VI Sapientis imperatoris Byzantini Homiliae. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2008, 919 pp. [Byzantine Literature, Homiletics and Hagiography, Patristic and Classical Tradition, Paleography and Textual Criticism].

  • Theodora Antonopoulou: The 'Brief Exegesis of John Climacus' Heavenly Ladder' by Nikephoros Kallistos Xanthopoulos. Remarks on its Nature and Sources. In: Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik . 57, 2007, p. 149 - 168 [Byzantine Literature, Theology (Exegesis), John Climacus, Nikephoros Kallistos Xanthopoulos].

  • Theodora Antonopoulou: Three Greek Manuscripts in the Library of the University of Cyprus (article language: Greek). In: Hellenika. 58, 2008, p. 293 - 313 [Manuscripts (medieval and post-Byzantine), Greek Paleography].

Assmann, Prof. Dr. Aleida

Universität Konstanz, Germany
Field of research: English literature

  • Aleida Assmann: Espacos da recordacao. Campinas, Brasil: Editora Unicamp, 2011, 453 pp.

  • Aleida Assmann, Jan Assmann: Vollkommenheit. München: Fink, 2010.

  • Aleida Assmann, Sebastian Conrad: Memory in a Global Age. Discourses, Practices and Trajectories. Bssingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2010.

  • Aleida Assmann, Linda Shortt: Memory and Political Change. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

  • Aleida Assmann, Geoffrey Hartmann: Die Zukunft der Erinnerung und der Holocaust. Konstanz: Konstanz Unviersity Press, 2012.

  • Aleida Assmann, Jan Assmann: Schweigen. München: Fink, 2013.

  • Aleida Assmann, Karolina Jeftic, Friederike Wappler: Rendezvous mit dem Realen. Die Spur des Traumas in den Künsten. Bielefeld: transcript, 2014.

  • Aleida Assmann, Ines Detmers: Empathy and its Limits. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2015.

  • Aleida Assmann: Das Gedächtnis der Dinge. In: Recollecting. Raub und Restitution. (Ed. Alexandra Reininghaus) Wien: Passagen Verlag, 2009, p. 143 - 150.

  • Aleida Assmann: "Plunging into Nothingness": The Politics of Cultural Memory. In: Moment to Monument. The Making and Unmaking of Cultural Significance. (Ed. Ladina Bezzola Lambert, Andrea Ochsner) Bielefeld: transcript, 2009, p. 35 - 49.

  • Aleida Assmann: Der zerstreute Prinz. Erinnern und Vergessen in Shakespeares Hamlet. In: Ortrud Gutjahr. (Ed. Hamlet von William Shakespeare. Theatralität und Tod in Michael Thalheimers Inszenierung am Thalia Theater Hamburg) Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2009, p. 37 - 47.

  • Aleida Assmann: Wofür brauchen wir kulturelle Gedächtnisorte?. In: Leuchtfeuer. 20 kulturelle Gedächtnisorte. (Ed. Volker Probst, Gabriele Rommel, Hanna Delf von Wolzogen) Leipzig: Leipziger Kunst- und Verlagsbuchbinderei, 2009, p. 9 - 11.

  • Aleida Assmann: Vom Zentrum zur Peripherie und zurück. Reisen ins Herz der Finsternis. In: Peripherie in der Mitte Europas. (Ed. Matthias Theodor Vogt, Jan Sokol, Beata Ociepka, Detlef Pollack, Beata Mikolajczyk) Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2009, p. 61 - 77.

  • Aleida Assmann: How History Takes Place. In: Memory, History, and Colonialism. Engaging with Pierre Nora in Colonial and Postcolonial Contexts. (Ed. Indra Sengupta) London: German Historical Institute London, 2009, p. 151 - 165.

  • Aleida Assmann: Von kollektiver Gewalt zu gemeinsamer Zukunft: Vier Modelle für den Umgang mit traumatischer Vergangenheit. In: Kriegserfahrung und nationale Identität in Europa nach 1945. Erinnerung, Säuberungsprozesse und nationales Gedächtnis. (Ed. Kerstin von Lingen) Paderborn, München, Wien, Zürich: Ferdinand Schöningh, 2009, p. 42 - 51.

  • Aleida Assmann: Überwindung der Katastrophe im Trümmerdeutschland der fünfziger Jahre. In: Einfallsreichtum. 60 Jahre Lernen und Forschen in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. (Ed. Jürgen Baumert, Christiane Goetz-Weimer) Potsdam: Ch. Goetz Verlag, 2009, p. 138 - 143.

  • Aleida Assmann: Höflichkeit und Respekt. In: Konjunkturen der Höflichkeit in der Frühen Neuzeit. (Ed. Gisela Engel et al.) Frankfurt am Main: Vittoria Klostermann, 2009, p. 173 - 189.

  • Aleida Assmann: Tradition (Literaturwissenschaftlich). In: Lexikon der Bibelhermeneutik. (Ed. Oda Wischmeyer) Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2009, p. 608 - 609.

  • Aleida Assmann: Jahr für Jahr auf dem Prüfstand. Der Friedenspreis im kulturellen Gedächtnis der Deutschen. In: Widerreden - 60 Jahre Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandels. (Ed. Stephan Füssel et al.) Frankfurt: Marketing und Verlagsservice des Buchhandels GmbH, 2009, p. 363 - 369.

  • Aleida Assmann: Archive im Wandel der Mediengeschichte. In: Archivologie. Theorien des Archivs in Wissenschaft, Medien und Künsten. (Ed. Knut Eberling, Stephan Günzel) Berlin: Kadmos, 2009, p. 165 - 175.

  • Aleida Assmann: Hilflose Despoten. Väter in der deutschen Gegenwartsliteratur. In: Vaterlosigkeit - Geschichte und Gegenwart einer fixen Idee. (Ed. Dieter Thomae) Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 2009, p. 198 - 214.

  • Aleida Assmann: From Collective to a Common Future: Four Models for Dealing with a Traumatic Past. In: Justice and Memory. Confronting traumatic pasts. An international comparison. (Ed. Ruth Wodak, Getraud Auer Borea) Wien: Passagen Verlag, 2009, p. 31 - 48.

  • Aleida Assmann: Introduction. In: Handbook of Prejudice. (Ed. Anton Belinka, Karin Bischof, Karin Stögner) Amherst, New York: Cambria Press, 2009, p. 1 - 33.

  • Aleida Assmann: Circle and Line: Cultural Constructions of Time between History and Memory. In: Symbolism. An International Annual of Critical Aesthetics. (Ed. Rüdiger Ahrens, Klaus Stierstorfer) New York: AMS, 2009, p. 85 - 101.

  • Aleida Assmann, Jan Assmann: Zur Baukultur der Nachkriegszeit. Vermächtnis und Erinnerung. In: Stadt bauen 2. Deutscher Städtebaupreis 2008. (Ed. Werner Durth) Berlin: Jovis Verlag, 2009, p. 13 - 22.

  • Aleida Assmann: Vorwort. In: Krieg um die Erinnerung. Kroatische Vergangenheitspolitik zwischen Revisionismus und europäischen Standards. (Ed. Ljiljana Radonic) Wien: Campus Verlag GmbH, 2009, p. 9 - 12.

  • Aleida Assmann: Re-framing Memory. Between Individual and Collective Forms of Constructing the Past. In: Performing the Past. Memory, History, and Identity in Modern Europe. (Ed. Karin Tilmans, Frank van Vree, Jay Winter) Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010, p. 35 - 50.

  • Aleida Assmann: Archive und Bibliotheken. In: Gedächtnis und Erinnerung. Ein interdisziplinäres Handbuch. (Ed. Christian Gudehus, Ariane Eichenberg, Harald Welzer) Stuttgart/Weimar^: Metzler, 2010, p. 165 - 170.

  • Aleida Assmann: Structuralism: Great Expectations or Paradigm Lost? A Personal Reassessment. In: The Prague School and Theories of Structure. (Ed. Martin Prcházka, Markéta Malá, Pavlína Saldová) Göttingen: V&R unipress, 2010, p. 343 - 352.

  • Aleida Assmann: Canon and Archive. In: A Companion to Cultural Memory Studies. (Ed. Astrid Erll, Ansgar Nünning) Berlin/New York: De Gruyter, 2010, p. 97 - 107.

  • Aleida Assmann: 27. Januar 1945: Genese und Geltung eines neuen Gedenktags. In: Erinnerungstage. Wendepunkte der Geschichte von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart. (Ed. Etienne Francois, Uwe Puschner) München: C.H. Beck, 2010, p. 319 - 333.

  • Aleida Assmann: Das Buch - Nährstoff des Geistes, politische Waffe und Lebensbegleiter. In: Seitenweise. Was das Buch ist. (Ed. Thomas Eder, Samo Kobenter, Peter Plener) Wien: Edition Atelier der Wiener Zeitung, 2010, p. 150 - 162.

  • Aleida Assmann: The Shaping of Attention by Cultural Frames and Media Technology. In: ImageScapes. Studies in Intermediality. (Ed. Christian J. Emden, Gabriele Rippl) Bern: Peter Lang, 2010, p. 21 - 38.

  • Aleida Assmann: The Holocaust - a Global Memory? Extensions and Limits of a New Memory Community. In: Memory in a Global Age. Discourses, Practices and Trajectories. (Ed. Aleida Assmann, Sebastian Conrad) London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, p. 97 - 117.

  • Aleida Assmann: Geister, Gespenster, Dämonen bei Shakespeare und Milton. In: Magie und Religion. (Ed. Jan Assmann, Harald Strohm) München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2010, p. 159 - 178.

  • Aleida Assmann: Introduction. In: Memory in a Global Age. Discourses, Practices and Trajectories. (Ed. Aleida Assmann, Sebastian Conrad) London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, p. 1 - 16.

  • Aleida Assmann, Corinna Assmann: Neda - the Career of a Global Icon. In: Memory in a Global Age. Discourses, Practices and Trajectories. (Ed. Aleida Assmann, Sebastian Conrad) London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, p. 225 - 243.

  • Aleida Assmann: Konserven ohne Ablaufdatum. In: Vom Eigensinn des Buches. Warum schnelle Zeiten langsame Medien brauchen. (Ed. Johann-Friedrich Huffmann, Almut Röper) Berlin: Alert-Verlag, 2010, p. 12 - 14.

  • Aleida Assmann: Lesen als Überlebensmittel. In: Glück hat viele Gesichter. Annäherungen an eine gekonnte Lebensführung. (Ed. Alfred Bellebaum, Robert Hettlage) Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, 2010, p. 389 - 406.

  • Aleida Assmann: Geschichte findet Stadt. In: Erinnerungsmetropole Riga. Deutschsprachige Literatur- und Kulturvielfalt im Vergleich. (Ed. Michael Jaumann, Klaus Schenk) Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2010, p. 33 - 43.

  • Aleida Assmann: Three Memory Anchors: Affect, Symbol, Trauma. In: Dark Traces of the Past: Psychoanalysis and Historical Thinking. (Ed. Jürgen Straub, Jörn Rüsen) New York: Berghahn Books, 2010, p. 19 - 32.

  • Aleida Assmann: Vorwort. In: Akustisches Gedächtnis und Zweiter Weltkrieg. (Ed. Robert Maier) Göttingen: V&R unipress, 2011, p. 7 - 9.

  • Aleida Assmann: Hier bin ich, wo bist du?. In: Mittelweg 36. 1, 2011, p. 4 - 23.

  • Aleida Assmann: Schwelle zwischen Alter und Neuer Welt: Francis Bacons Frontispiz zur Instauratio Magna. In: Atlas der Weltbilder. (Ed. Christoph Markschies et al.) Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2011, p. 212 - 219.

  • Aleida Assmann, Juliane Brauer: Bilder, Gefühle, Erwartungen. Über die emotionale Dimension von Gedenkstätten und den Umgang von Jugendlichen mit dem Holocaust. In: Geschichte und Gesellschaft. 1, 2011, p. 72 - 103.

  • Aleida Assmann: Europe's Divided Memory. In: Clashes in European Memory. The Case of Communist Repression and the Holocaust. (Ed. Muriel Blaive, Christian Gerbel, Thomas Lindenberger) Innsbruck: Studienverlag, 2011, p. 270 - 280.

  • Aleida Assmann: Das gespaltene Gedächtnis Europas und das Konzept des dialogischen Erinnerns. In: Nationales Gedächtnis in Deutschland und Polen. (Ed. Bernd Rill) München: Hans-Seidel-Stiftung, 2011, p. 17 - 25.

  • Aleida Assmann: From Collective Violence to a Common Future: Four Models for Dealing with a Traumatic Past. In: Other People's Pain. Narratives of Trauma and the Question of Ethics. (Ed. Martin Modlinger, Philipp Sonntag) Bern: Peter Lang, 2011, p. 43 - 62.

  • Aleida Assmann: Vergessen oder Erinnern? Wege aus einer gemeinsamen Gewaltgeschichte. In: Bürgerkriege Erzählen. Zum Verlauf Unziviler Konflikte. (Ed. Sabina Ferhadbegovic, Brigitte Weiffen) Konstanz: UVK, 2011, p. 303 - 320.

  • Aleida Assmann: Zeitkonzepte im Wandel - von der Modernisierungstheorie zur Gedächtnistheorie. In: Theorietheorie. Wider die Theoriemüdigkeit in den Geisteswissenschaften. (Ed. Mario Grizelj, Oliver Jahraus) München: Fink, 2011, p. 273 - 288.

  • Aleida Assmann: Die Vergangenheit begehbar machen. In: Die Mauer gegen das Volk. Die Politische Meinung, Jahrgang 56. 500/501, 2011, p. 77 - 85.

  • Aleida Assmann: Wem gehört die Geschichte? Fakten und Fiktionen in der neueren deutschen Erinnerungsliteratur. In: Internationales Archiv für Sozialgeschichte der Deutschen Literatur. 36/1, 2011, p. 213 - 225.

  • Aleida Assmann: Das Buch. In: XING: Wie gedruckt: Zur Zukunft der Verlage. 19.8, 2011, p. 8 - 15.

  • Aleida Assmann: Until the Other Shoe Drops: On the Difference between Terror and Trauma. In: Unheimlich Vertraut: Bilder vom Terror. (Ed. Felix Hoffmann) Köln: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, 2011, p. 354 - 359.

  • Aleida Assmann: Von kollektiver Gewalt zu gemeinsamer Zukunft. In: Erinnerung und Gesellschaft: Formen der Aufarbeitung von Diktaturen in Europa. (Ed. Wolfgang R. Assmann, Albrecht Graf von Kalnein) Berlin: Metropol Verlag, 2011, p. 25 - 42.

  • Aleida Assmann: Introduction. In: Memory and Political Change. (Ed. Aleida Assmann, Linda Shortt) Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, p. 1 - 14.

  • Aleida Assmann: To Remember or to Forget: Which Way Out of a Shared History of Violence?. In: Memory and Political Change. (Ed. Aleida Assmann, Linda Shortt) Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, p. 53 - 71.

  • Aleida Assmann: Einführung. In: Vorurteile: Ursprünge, Formen, Bedeutung. (Ed. Anton Pelinka) Berlin: De Gruyter, 2011, p. 1 - 30.

  • Aleida Assmann: A Wake-up Call in the Heart of the City: Interventions Concerning the Karl Lueger Monument in Vienna. In: Handbook for a Redesign of the Lueger Monument.. (Ed. Arbeitskreis zur Umgestaltung des Lueger-Denkmals in ein Mahnmal gegen Antisemitismus und Rassismus) Wien: Arbeitskreis zur Umgestaltung des Lueger-Denkmals in ein Mahnmal gegen Antisemitismus und Rassismus, 2011, p. 61 - 65.

  • Aleida Assmann: History from a Bird's Eye View. Reimagining the Past in Marcal Beyer's "Kaltenburg". In: Debating German Cultural Identiy Since 1989. (Ed. Anne Fuchs, Kathleen James-Chakraborty, Linda Shortt) New York: Camden House, 2011, p. 205 - 220.

  • Aleida Assmann: Die transformative Kraft der Sprache. Reden und Schweigen in der neuen deutschen Erinnerungsliteratur. In: Yearbook of the Association for German Studies in South Africa. 39, 2011, p. 105 - 116.

  • Aleida Assmann: Authenticity - The Signature of Western Exceptionalism?. In: Paradoxes of Authenticity: Studies on a Critical Concept. (Ed. Julia Straub) Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2012, p. 33 - 50.

  • Aleida Assmann: Resonanz und Einschlag: Zur Affektlogik von Bildern im Kulturellen Gedächtnis. In: Nova Acta Leopoldina. 113.386, 2012, p. 23 - 35.

  • Aleida Assmann: Lesen als Kippfigur: Buchstaben zwischen Transparenz und Bildlichkeit. In: Schriftbildlichkeit: Wahrnehmbarkeit, Materialität und Operativität von Notationen. (Ed. Sybille Krämer, Eva Cancik-Kirschbaum, Rainer Totzke) Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2012, p. 235 - 244.

  • Aleida Assmann: Die Transformierende Kraft der Erinnerung (Vortragsmanuskript). In: Gedenkfeier zur Erinnerung an die Opfer des Nationalsozialismus im Landtag von Baden-Württemberg am 27. Januar 2012 . (Ed. Landtag von Baden-Württemberg) 2012.

  • Aleida Assmann: Auf den Schultern von Riesen - Kulturelle Evolution und Kulturelles Gedächtnis. In: Bremens Wissenskosmos 350 + 1. 350 Jahre Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek. (Ed. Maria Elisabeth Müller, Regine Schmolling, Uwe Staroske. Anke Winsmann) Bremen: Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, 2011, p. 157 - 167.

  • Aleida Assmann: Formen des Vergessens. In: Die sozio-kulturelle (De-)Konstruktion des Vergessens. Bruch und Kontinuität in den Gedächtnisrahmen um 1945 und 1989. (Ed. Nicoletta Diasio, Klaus Wieland) Bielefeld: Aisthesis Verlag, 2012, p. 21 - 48.

  • Aleida Assmann: §94 Föderaler Zusammenhalt: Auf dem Weg zu einer Europäischen Gedächtniskultur?. In: Handbuch Föderalismus: Föderalismus als demokratische Rechtsordnung und Rechtskultur in Deutschland, Europa und der Welt. Bd. IV. (Ed. Ines Härtel) Berlin: Springer, 2012, p. 569 - 586.

  • Aleida Assmann: Das Gespaltene Gedächtnis Europas und das Konzept des Dialogischen Erinnerns. In: Zur Konkurrenz der Erinnerungskulturen. (Ed. Volksbund Forum) Kassel: Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e.V., 2012.

  • Aleida Assmann: Der Kampf um die Stadt als Identitätsverankerung und Geschichtsspeicher. In: Heimat: At the Intersection of Memory and Space. (Ed. Friederike Eigler, Jens Kugele) Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2012, p. 71 - 92.

  • Aleida Assmann: Die verwandelnde Kraft des Erinnerns. In: Das Geheimnis der Vergangenheit. (Ed. Jürgen Moltmann) Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlagsgesellschaft, 2012, p. 57 - 82.

  • Aleida Assmann: Kanonforschung als Provokation der Literaturwissenschaft. In: Texte zur Theorie und Didaktik der Literaturgeschichte. (Ed. Marja Rauch, Achim Geisenhanslüke) Stuttgart: Reclam, 2012, p. 214 - 221.

  • Aleida Assmann: Weltmeister im Erinnern? Über das Unbehagen an der Deutschen Erinnerungskultur. In: Vorgänge 198: Zeitschrift für Bürgerrechte und Gesellschaftspolitik. 51.2, 2012, p. 24 - 32.

  • Aleida Assmann: Authentizität - Signatur des Abendländischen Sonderwegs?. In: Renaissance der Authentizität? Über die neue Sehnsucht nach dem Ursprünglichen. (Ed. Michael Rössner, Heidemarie Uhl) Bielefeld: transcript, 2012, p. 27 - 42.

  • Aleida Assmann: Frreundschaft im Kommunikationszeitalter. In: Frreundschaft: Theorien und Poetiken. (Ed. Katharina Münchberg, Christian Reidenbach) München: Wilhelm Fink, 2012, p. 79 - 94.

  • Aleida Assmann: Die Grenze zwischen Lebenden und Toten: Zur Vorgeschichte der Aufstellungspraxis im Medium der Literatur. In: Praxis der Systemaufstellung: Beiträge zu Lösungen in Familien und Organisationen . 2, 2012, p. 32 - 39.

  • Aleida Assmann: Die Re-Europäisierung der Erinnerung an die DDR: Die Erinnerung an die DDR - ein Deutscher Sonderweg?. In: Es ist noch lange nicht vorbei: Erinnerungen und die Herausforderungen bei der Aufarbeitung der DDR-Vergangenheit. (Ed. Bundesstiftung zur Aufarbeitung der SED-Diktatur Stiftung Gedenkstätten Sachsen-Anhalt) Berlin: Metropol, 2012.

  • Aleida Assmann: Zur Dialektik von Erinnern und Vergessen. In: Potentiale des Vergessens. (Ed. André Blum, Theresa Georgen, Wolfgang Knapp, Veronika Sellier) Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2012, p. 37 - 69.

  • Aleida Assmann: Formen des Vergessens: Der Fall Wilhelm von Scholz. In: Wettlauf mit dem Schatten: Der Fall (des) Wilhelm von Scholz. (Ed. Manfred Bosch, Siegmund Kopitzki) Konstanz/München: UVK Verlagsgesellschaft, 2013, p. 195 - 212.

  • Aleida Assmann, Anja Schwarz: Memory, Migration and Guilt. In: Crossings: Journal of Migration & Culture. 4.1, 2013, p. 51 - 65.

  • Aleida Assmann: Transformations of the Modern Time Regime. In: Breaking up Time: Negotiating the Borders between Present, Past and Future. (Ed. Chris Lorenz, Berber Bervernage) Göttingen/Bristol: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2013, p. 39 - 56.

  • Aleida Assmann: Die trennende und verbindende Kraft von Erinnerungen in Europa. In: Was hält Gesellschaften zusammen? Der gefährdete Umgang mit Pluralität. (Ed. Michael Reder, Hanna Pfeifer, Mara-Daria Cojocaru) Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer, 2013, p. 89 - 98.

  • Aleida Assmann: Ein Denkmal auf Raten. In: Richard Wagner: Leipzig. (Ed. Stephan Balkenhol) Köln: Walter König, 2013, p. 26 - 27.

  • Aleida Assmann: Kulturwissenschaften. In: Handbuch Literaturwissenschaft 2, 2. (Ed. Thomas Anz) Stuttgart: Metzler, 2013, p. 459 - 69.

  • Aleida Assmann: Theorien des kulturellen Gedächtnisses. In: Handbuch Kanon und Wertung. Theorien, Instanzen, Geschichte. (Ed. Gabriele Rippl, Simone Winko) Stuttgart/Weimar: Metzler, 2013, p. 76 - 85.

  • Aleida Assmann: Nachwort. In: Emergenz. (Ed. Wolfgang Iser) Konstanz: Konstanz University Press, 2013, p. 309 - 320.

  • Aleida Assmann: Europe's Divided Memory. In: Memory and Theory in Eastern Europe. (Ed. Uilleam Blacker, Alexander Etkind, Julie Fedor) New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, p. 25 - 43.

  • Aleida Assmann: Problems in the Explication of Occidental Sign Conceptions. In: D.A. A Transdisciplinary Handbook of Design Anthropology. (Ed. Yana Milev) Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang, 2013, p. 118 - 125.

  • Aleida Assmann: Vorbei ist nicht vorüber. In: Kulturaustausch: Zeitschrift für internationale Perspektiven. 4, 2013, p. 70 - 72.

  • Aleida Assmann: Formen des Schweigens. In: Schweigen. Archäologie der literarischen Kommunikation XI. (Ed. Aleida Assmann, Jan Assmann) München: Fink, 2013, p. 51 - 58.

  • Aleida Assmann: Die Medien Gottes. Stationen des Wandels religiöser Offenbarung. In: Orakel und Offenbarung. (Ed. Jan Assmann, Harald Strohm) München: Fink, 2013, p. 17 - 36.

  • Aleida Assmann: Vorwort. In: From Popular Goethe to Global Pop. The Idea of the West between Memory and (Dis)Empowerment. With a Foreword by Aleida Assmann. (Ed. Ines Detmers, Birte Heidemann) Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2013, p. 7 - 13.

  • Aleida Assmann: Die Erinnerung an den Holocaust. Vergangenheit und Zukunft. In: Handbuch Nationalsozialismus und Holocaust. Historisch-politisches Lernen in Schule, außerschulischer Bildung und Lehrerbildung. (Ed. Hans-Fred Rathenow, Birgit Wenzel, Norbert H. Weber) Schwalbach/Ts: Wochenschau Verlag, 2013, p. 67 - 79.

  • Aleida Assmann: Civilizing Societies. Recognition and Respect in a Global World. In: New Literary History. 44.1, 2013, p. 69 - 91.

  • Aleida Assmann: Rahmungen und Rahmenbrüche in den Installationen Boltanskis. In: Rahmenbrüche, Rahmenwechsel. (Ed. Uwe Wirth) Berlin: Kadmos, 2013, p. 141 - 156.

  • Aleida Assmann: Erinnerungsikonen - Brautkränze und Totengedenken im Spiegel des kommunikativen und kulturellen Gedächtnisses. In: Kastenbilder zum Gedenken an Hochzeit und Tod, Faszination eines vergangenen Brauchs. (Ed. Kathrin Fischer, Margarethe Jochimsen) Münster: Waxmann, 2013, p. 15 - 19.

  • Aleida Assmann: Liebe und Tod in Shakespeares Tragödien. In: Subjekt und Kulturalität 3. Kunst als Marke europäischer Identität. (Ed. Andreas Cesana, Michael Fischer, Kurt Seelman) Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang, 2013, p. 131 - 150.

  • Aleida Assmann: Das Kippen von Ordnung in Unordnung. Boltanskis Archiv-Installationen. In: Katalog der Unordnung. (Ed. Helmuth Lethen) Wien: Internationales Forschungszentrum Kulturwissenschaften an der Kunstuniversität Linz, 2013, p. 26 - 29.

  • Aleida Assmann: The Transformative Power of Memory. In: Loci Memoriae Hungaricae I. The Theoretical Foundations of Hungarian 'lieux de mémoire' Studies / Theoretische Grundlagen der Erforschung ungarischer Erinnerungsorte. (Ed. Pál S. Varga, Karl Katschthaler, Donald D. Morse) Debrecen: Debrecen University Press, 2013, p. 22 - 35.

  • Aleida Assmann: Response to Péter György, 'Memory Fallen Apart: the Case of Two Cemeteries'. In: Loci Memoriae Hungaricae I. The Theoretical Foundations of Hungarian 'lieux de mémoire' Studies / Theoretische Grundlagen der Erforschung ungarischer Erinnerungsorte. (Ed. Pál S. Varga, Karl Katschthaler, Donald D. Morse) Debrecen: Debrecen University Press, 2013, p. 78 - 80.

  • Aleida Assmann: Ein Bild und seine Geschichten. In: Was hat der Holocaust mit mir zu tun? 37 Antworten. (Ed. Harald Roth) München: Pantheon, 2014, p. 218 - 222.

  • Aleida Assmann: Das Welterbe als neue Form des kulturellen Gedächtnisses. In: Die bedrohte Stadt. Strategien für menschengerechtes Bauen in Salzburg. (Ed. Kurt Luger, Christoph Ferch) Innsbruck: Studienverlag, 2014, p. 19 - 25.

  • Aleida Assmann: Erinnerung und Imagination. In: Das neue Deutschland. Von Migration und Vielfalt. (Ed. Özkan Ezli) Konstanz: Konstanz University Press, 2014, p. 167 - 169.

  • Aleida Assmann: Die Grenze zwischen Lebenden und Toten. Unterweltreisen in der klassischen Moderne. In: Grenzen der Antike. Die Produktivität von Grenzen in Transformationsprozessen. (Ed. Anna Heinze, Sebastian Möckel, Werner Röcke) Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2014, p. 99 - 116.

  • Aleida Assmann: 'Der Krieg ist furchtbar und schön.' Vorwort von Aleida Assmann. In: Die Kriegstagebücher des Nathan Wolf aus den Jahren 1914 bis 1917. (Ed. Anne Overlack) Konstanz: Forum Allmende, 2014, p. 13 - 15.

  • Aleida Assmann: Podzielona pamiec europy koncepcja pamieci dialogicznej. In: Dialog kultur pamieci w regionale ULB. (Ed. Alyydasa Nikzentaitisa, Michala Kopczynskiego) Warsaw: Museum Historii Polski, 2014, p. 13 - 22.

  • Aleida Assmann, Francisca Solomon: Patos si patima. Despre violenta, trauma si conceptul de marturie. In: Viitorul aminitirii si Holocaustul. (Ed. Geoffrey Hartman, Aleida Assmann) Iasi: Editura Universitatii "Alexandru Ioan Cuza", 2015, p. 11 - 68 Original author: Aleida Assmann (Romanian).

  • Aleida Assmann: Einleitung. In: Rendezvous mit dem Realen. Die Spur des Traumas in den Künsten. (Ed. Aleida Assmann, Karolina Jeftic, Friederike Wappler) Bielefeld: transcript, 2014, p. 9 - 24.

  • Aleida Assmann: Fotografie und Geister in der Gegenwartskunst. Treichel, Boltanski, Leibovitz. In: Rendezvous mit dem Realen. Die Spuren des Traumas in den Künsten. (Ed. Aleida Assmann, Karolina Jeftic, Friederike Wappler) Bielefeld: transcript, 2014, p. 167 - 190.

  • Aleida Assmann, Jan Assmann: Erinnerungsorte aus kulturwissenschaftlicher Sicht. In: Erinnerungsorte: Chancen, Grenzen und Perspektiven eines Erfolgskonzeptes in den Kulturwissenschaften. (Ed. Stefan Berger, Joana Seiffert) Essen: Klartext, 2014, p. 37 - 56.

  • Aleida Assmann: Transnational Memories. In: European Review. 22.4, 2014, p. 546 - 556.

  • Aleida Assmann: Die Europäisierung der Erinnerung an den Ersten Weltkrieg. In: Der Erste Weltkrieg. Zwischen nationalgeschichtlichem Paradigma, populärer Erinnerungskultur und europäischer Integration. (Ed. Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge) Nördlingen: C. H. Beck, 2014, p. 15 - 27.

  • Aleida Assmann: 'The Whole Country Is a Monument': Framing Places of Terror in Post-War Germany. In: Space and the Memories of Violence. Landscapes of Erasure, Disappearance and Exception. (Ed. Estela Schindel, Pamela Colombo) New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, p. 135 - 149.

  • Aleida Assmann: Theories of Cultural Memory and the Concept of 'Afterlife'. In: Afterlife of Events. Perspectives on Mnemohistory. (Ed. Marek Tamm) Houndmills/Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, p. 79 - 94.

  • Aleida Assmann: Memories of Post-imperial Nations. In: Memories of Post-imperial Nations. The Aftermath of Decolonization, 1945-2013. (Ed. Dietmar Rothermund) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015, p. 171 - 180.

  • Aleida Assmann: Erinnerungen post-imperialer Nationen. Ein Kommentar. In: Erinnerunskulturen post-imperialer Nationen. (Ed. Dietmar Rothermund) Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2015, p. 261 - 274.

  • Aleida Assmann: Impact and Resonance - Towards a Theory of Emotions in Cultural Memory. In: The Formative Past and the Formation of the Future. Collective Remembering and Identity Formation. (Ed. Terje Stordalen, Saphinaz-Amal Naguib) Oslo: Novus Press, 2015, p. 41 - 70.

  • Aleida Assmann: Der iPod als Denkmal. Zwei Gedenkorte in Gusen (Österreich) und Berlin. In: Mittelweg 36. 24.3, 2015, p. 102 - 109.

  • Aleida Assmann: Dialogic Memory. In: Dialogue as a Trans-Disciplinary Concept. Martin Buber's Philosophy of Dialogue and its Contemporary Reception. (Ed. Paul Mendes-Flohr) Berlin/Munich/Boston: De Gruyter, 2015, p. 199 - 214.

  • Aleida Assmann: Cultural and Political Frames of Forgetting. In: Forgetting: An Interdisciplinary Conversation. (Ed. Giovanni Galizia, David Shulman) Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 2015, p. 14 - 37.

  • Aleida Assmann: Ähnlichkeit als Performanz. Ein neuer Zugang zu Identitätskonstruktionen und Empathie-Regimen. In: Ähnlichkeit. Ein kulturtheoretisches Paradigma. (Ed. Anil Bhatti, Dorothee Kimmich) Konstanz: Konstanz University Press, 2015, p. 167 - 185.

  • Aleida Assmann: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Versöhnung. In: Simon Wiesenthal - Die Sonnenblume. Über Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Vergebung - Erzählungen und Antworten. (Ed. Nicola Jungsberger) Berlin: Europa Verlag, 2015, p. 149 - 155.

  • Aleida Assmann: Literatur als Schule der Empathie - am Beispiel von Shakespeares Othello. In: Der verletzliche Mensch. Zwischen Freiheit, Mitgefühl und Verantwortung. (Ed. Brigitte Dorst, Christiane Neuen, Wolfgang Teichert) Ostfildern: Patmos Verlag, 2015, p. 17 - 44.

  • Aleida Assmann: Empathie-Blockaden in und nach der NS-Zeit. In: Das unerledigte Vergangene. Konstellationen der Erinnerung. (Ed. Emil Angehrn, Joachim Küchenhoff) Weilerswist: Velbrück, 2015, p. 17 - 30.

  • Aleida Assmann: Preface. In: Personal Engagement and the Study of the Holocaust. (Ed. Noah Benninga, Kathrin Stoll) London, Portland, OR: Vallentine Mitchell, 2016.

  • Aleida Assmann: Krieg in den Knochen. Die zwei Leben von Hans Robert Jauss. In: Zeitschrift für Ideengeschichte. IX, 4, 2015, p. 121 - 124.

  • Aleida Assmann: Memory in the City - the Future of the Past. In: Bananen, Cola, Zeitgeschichte: Oliver Rathkolb und das lange 20. Jahrhundert. (Ed. Lucille Dreidemy, Elisabeth Röhrlich, Richard Hufschmied, Agnes Meisinger, Florian Wenninger) Wien/Köln/Weimar: Böhlau, 2015, p. 926 - 938.

  • Aleida Assmann: Introduction to Cultural Studies. Topics, Concepts, Issues. Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag, 2012, Original author: Aleida Assmann, Henry David Wilson (English).

  • Aleida Assmann: Auf dem Weg zu einer europäischen Gedächtniskultur? Mit einem Vorwort von Hubert Christian Ehalt. Wien: Picus, 2012.

  • Aleida Assmann: Impact and Resonance - Towards a Theory of Emotions in Cultural Memory. Södertörn Lectures 6. Huddinge: Södertörn University, 2012.

  • Aleida Assmann: Das neue Unbehagen an der Erinnerungskultur: Eine Intervention. München: C.H. Beck, 2013.

  • Aleida Assmann: Ist die Zeit aus den Fugen? Aufstieg und Fall des Zeitregimes der Moderne. München: Hanser, 2013.

  • Aleida Assmann: Im Dickicht der Zeichen. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 2015.

Barker, Dr. Elton T. E.

Open University, United Kingdom
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Gerhard Heyer Universität Leipzig
  • Elton T. E. Barker Joel P. Christensen: A Beginner’s Guide to Homer. Oxford: OneWorld, 2013, 233 pp. [Homer, Iliad, Odyssey, epic, oral poetry, Achilles, Odysseus, Hector, reception, war, travel, myth, Cyclops, gods].

  • Elton T. E. Barker: All mod cons: power, openness and text in a digital turn. In: Classics in the Modern World: A ‘Democratic Turn’? . (Ed. L. Hardwick and S. Harrison ) Oxford: OUP, 2013, p. 411 - 425 [Classics, democracy, digital, public, computing, collaboration, interdisciplinary].

  • Elton T. E. Barker L. Isaksen N. Rabinowitz S. Bouzarovski C. B. R. Pelling: On using a digital text in modern humanities research: the case of Herodotus’ Histories. In: Digital Classicist Supplement: Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies. (Ed. S. Dunn and S. Mahony) Oxford: OUP, 2013, p. 45 - 62 [Herodotus, Histories, Hestia, digital, geography, GIS, TimeMap, Google, TEI, spatial, networks].

  • Elton T. E. Barker S. Bouzarovski C. B. R. Pelling L. Isaksen: Writing space, living space: time, agency and place relations in Herodotus’s Histories. In: The Ideologies of Lived Space: Ancient and Modern. (Ed. J. Heirman and J. Klooster ) Leiden: Academia Press, 2013, p. 229 - 247 [Herodotus, Histories, Hestia, networks, geography, spatial, space, Greece, Persia].

  • Elton T. E. Barker C. Bissell L. Hardwick A. Jones M. Ridge J. Wolffe: Digital technologies: help or hindrance for the humanities?. In: Arts and Humanities in Higher Education . 11, 2012, p. 185 - 200 [Digital, technology, humanities, academia].

Baumbach, Prof. Dr. Sibylle

Universität Innsbruck, Austria
Field of research: English literature
Host: Prof. Dr. Russell Alexander Berman Stanford University
  • Sibylle Baumbach: 'Let me behold thy face' - Physiognomik und Gesichtslektüren in Shakespeares Tragödien. Heidelberg: Winter, 2007, 344 pp. [Shakespeare; Early Modern drama; physiognomy; characterisation; visual theatre; performativity; masks and masking ].

  • Sibylle Baumbach: Der 'vermessene' Mensch - Physiognomische Lektüren in Joseph Conrad's 'Heart of Darkness', 'Lord Jim' und 'Chance'. In: Joseph Conrad (1857-1924). (Ed. Cordula Lemke, Claus Zittel) Berlin: Weidler, 2007, p. 35 - 53.

  • Sibylle Baumbach: Shakespeare and the Art of Physiognomy. Penrith: Humanities E-Books, 2008, 202 pp.

  • Sibylle Baumbach, Ansgar Nünning: An Introduction to the Study of Plays and Drama. Stuttgart: Klett, 2009, 184 pp. [introduction, drama, student handbook].

  • Sibylle Baumbach, Herbert Grabes, Ansgar Nünning: Literature and Values: Literature as a Medium for Representing, Disseminating and Constructing Norms and Values. Trier: WVT, 2009.

  • Herbert Grabes, Ansgar Nünning, Sibylle Baumbach: Metaphors: Shaping Culture and Theory. Tübingen: Narr, 2009.

  • Sibylle Baumbach: The Knowledge of Myth in Literature: The Fascination of Mythopoetic Space and William Drummond's 'The Statue of Medusa'. In: La Conoscenza della Letteratura / The Knowledge of Literature. (Ed. Angela Locatelli) Bergamo: Bergamo University Press, 2009, p. 121 - 140 [mythopoetics, Early Modern poetry, fascination].

  • Sibylle Baumbach: Virtues, Values and Vices Discussed in 'Dialogues of the Dead'. In: Literature and Values: Literature as a Medium for Representing, Disseminating and Constructing Norms and Values. (Ed. Sibylle Baumbach, Herbert Grabes, Ansgar Nünning) Trier: WVT, 2009, p. 107 - 124 [dialogues of the dead, values, literature].

  • Sibylle Baumbach: Travelling the Worlds of Myth and Metaphor: The Metaphorical Dimension of Mythical Figures. In: Metaphors Shaping Culture and Theory. (Ed. Herbert Grabes, Ansgar Nünning, Sibylle Baumbach) Tübingen: Narr, 2009, p. 111 - 126.

  • Sibylle Baumbach: Wissensräume im Theater der Frühen Neuzeit. In: Raum und Bewegung in der Literatur: Die Literaturwissenschaften und der Spatial Turn. (Ed. Wolfgang Hallet, Birgit Neumann) Bielefeld: transcript, 2009, p. 195 - 212.

  • Sibylle Baumbach: Physiognomy. In: A New Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture, Vol 1. (Ed. Michael Hattaway) Oxford: Blackwell, 2010, p. 582 - 597.

  • Sibylle Baumbach: Reading Medusa. In: Refocusing the Vision, the Viewer & Viewing Through an Interdisciplinary Lens. (Ed. Phil Fitzsimmons, Barbra McKenzie) Oxford: Inter-disciplinary Press, 2010, p. 89 - 98 [visual literacy myth Medusa visual representation].

  • Sibylle Baumbach: Conceptualizing 'Region', 'Identity', and 'Culture', and Mapping Approaches to Regions of Culture and Regions of Identity. In: Regions of Culture - Regions of Identity / Kulturregionen - Identitätsregionen. (Ed. Sibylle Baumbach) Trier: WVT, 2010, p. 1 - 15 [region regionality identity culture interdisciplinary border nationalism language].

  • Sibylle Baumbach (Hg.): Regions of Culture - Regions of Identity / Kulturregionen - Identitätsregionen. Trier: WVT, 2010, 277 pp. [region regionalism identity culture border nationalism transgression language interdisciplinary scholarly edition].

  • Sibylle Baumbach: Medusa's Gaze and the Aesthetics of Fascination. In: Anglia. 128/2, 2010, p. 225 - 245 [Medusa fascination aesthetics literature image sublime presence desire myth text image].

  • Sibylle Baumbach: “Totgesagte streiten länger: Das Elysium als Austragungsort gelehrter Polemik in George Lytteltons Dialogues of the Dead.”. In: Zeitsprünge – Forschungen zur Frühen Neuzeit. 15, 2011, p. 404 - 426 [literary dialogue, satire, female authorship].

  • Sibylle Baumbach, Birgit Neumann, Ansgar Nuenning (eds.).: A History of British Drama: Genres - Developments - Model Interpretations. Trier: WVT, 2011, 449 pp. [British drama, history, interpretation, handbook].

  • Sibylle Baumbach: Voice, Face, and Fascination: The Art of Physiognomy in "A Midsummer Night's Dream". In: Shakespeare Survey. 65, 2012, p. 77 - 91 [fascination Shakespeare Early Modern drama physiognomy face].

  • Sibylle Baumbach, Beatrice Michaelis, Ansgar Nuenning: Travelling Concepts, Metaphors, and Narratives: Literary and Cultural Studies in an Age of Interdisciplinary Research. Trier: WVT, 2012, 265 pp. [interdisciplinary research, metaphors, narratives, concepts, humanities, sciences, ].

Bettenworth, Prof. Dr. Anja

Universität zu Köln, Germany
Field of research: Latin philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Ruth Scodel University of Michigan
  • Anja Bettenworth, Ruth Scodel: Whither Quo Vadis?. Singapore: Fabulous Printers Pte Ltd, 2008, 292 pp.

Blazan, Dr. Sladja

Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany
Field of research: American language and literature, American studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Avital Ronell New York University
  • Sladja Blazan, ed. : Ghost, Stories, Histories: Ghost Stories and Alternative Histories. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007, 310 pp. [ghost stories, historicity, gender studies, comparative literature ].

Borso, Prof. Dr. Vittoria

Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany
Field of research: Romance languages and literature, Romance studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Edward R. Haymes University of Houston
  • Vittoria Borso, Gustavo Leyva, Yasmin Temelli: Demokratie und Gewalt zwischen dem Globalen und Lokalen. Düsseldorf: düsseldorf university press, 2014.

  • Prof. Dr. Vittoria Borso: Zwischen bewegten Schriftzeichen und handelnden Bildern. Zur implizierten Visualitätstheorie in Diderot, Balzac und Baudelaire - Impulse zu einer prozessontologischen Theorie des Bildes. In: Bilder Texte Bewegungen - Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf Visualität. (Ed. Berit Callsen, Sandra Hettmann, Yolanda Melgar Pernias) Würzburg: Verlag Königshausen & Neumann GmbH, 2016, p. 45 - 75.

Bourassa, Prof. Dr. Lucie

Universite de Montreal, Canada
Field of research: Romance languages and literature, Romance studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Trabant Freie Universität Berlin
  • Lucie Bourassa: L’entrelacs des temporalités. Du temps rythmique au temps narratif. Québec: Nota Bene, 2009, 304 pp. [Zeit, Temporalität, Zeitlichkeit, Poetik, Roman, Lyrik, Französische Literatur, Zeitgenössische Literatur, Rhythmus. ].

  • Lucie Bourassa: « Articulation et rythme : matière, pensée et création dans le discours ». In: Intermédialités : histoire et théorie des arts, des lettres et des techniques / Intermediality: History and Theory of the Arts, Literature and Technologies http://id.erudit.org/iderudit/1001962ar. 16, 2010, p. 185 - 206 [Rhythmus, Artikulation, Theorie der Sprache, Wilhelm von Humboldt, Henri Meschonnic, Litterarische Theorie].

  • Lucie Bourassa: « Tout « encore à dire » : figurations du langage chez Jean Tortel ». In: Triages (Relier. Relier Jean Tortel). 2012, p. 67 - 81 [Sprachdenken, Poetische Formen, Darstellung der Sprache, Ursprung der Sprache, Arbitrarität, Motivation, Französische Lyrik, Jean Tortel, Rhythmus].

  • Lucie Bourassa: « Du français, dlalang et des poèmes incorrects : langage et poétique chez Katalin Molnár ». In: @nalyses [Online http://www.revue-analyses.org/index.php?id=1745]. 2010, [Katalin Mólnar, Sprachdenken, Darstellung der Sprache, Poetische Formen, Arbitrarität der Sprache, Grammatik, Fransösisch, Hungarisch, Zeitgenössische Lyrik, Französische Lyrik, ].

  • Lucie Bourassa: « Formes de la distance : la citation, de Charles Reznikoff à Emmanuel Hocquard ». In: Formes américaines de la poésie. Vingt essais. (Ed. Luc Bonenfant, Isabelle Miron et Nathalie Watteyne ) Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2013, p. 299 - 330 [Emmanuel Hocquard, Charles Reznikoff, citation, Zitate, Collage, Poésie française, poésie américaine, Französische Lyrik, Amerikanische Lyrik, Poetische Formen, Darstellung der Sprache, formes poétiques, représentations du langage].

  • Lucie Bourassa: « Temps et discours, au-delà du récit. Le récit comme Zeitgerüst » http://www.fabula.org/colloques/document1924.php. In: L'Héritage littéraire de Paul Ricœur (en ligne) http://www.fabula.org/colloques/sommaire1852.php. (Ed. Lucie Bourassa, Micheline Cambron et Suzanne Foisy) Paris (En ligne/ Online): Fabula, 2013, [Paul Ricœur, Philosophie und Literaturwissenschaft, Zeit, Temporalität, Erzählung, Rhythmus].

Bruni, Prof. Dr. Alessandro M.

Universita Ca Foscari Venezia, Italy
Field of research: Slavic and Balkan studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Christian Hannick Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
  • Alessandro M. Bruni: Vizantijskaja tradicija i staroslavjanskij perevod Slov Grigorija Nazianzina. Tom I. [= The Byzantine tradition and the Old Church Slavonic version of the Homilies of Gregory of Nazianzus, Volume I]. Moskva: Institut vseobščej istorii Rossijskoj Akademii nauk, 2010, 288 pp. [Byzantine Studies, Slavonic Studies, Manuscripts, Palaeography].

  • Alessandro M. Bruni: From Greek into Georgian: aspects and function of Euthymius the Athonite’s translation method. In: LOGOSI. 4, 2007, p. 315 - 320.

  • Alessandro M. Bruni: Il segno marginale heliakon nel più antico manoscritto slavo delle Orazioni di Gregorio di Nazianzo (Petrop. RNB Q.п. I. 16, XI sec.) [= The marginal sign “heliakon” in the Oldest Slavonic manuscript of the Homilies of Gregory of Nazianzus]. In: Montfaucon. Issledovanija po paleografii, kodikologii i diplomatike [= Montfaucon. Researches on Paleography, Codicology, Diplomatic]. 1, 2007, p. 423 - 429.

  • Alessandro M. Bruni: Textual problems of the Old Bulgarian version of the Homilies of Gregory of Nazianzos. In: “Kirilo-Metodievski studii” [= Problemi na Kirilo-Metodievoto delo i na bălgarskata kultura prez IX-X vek] . 17, 2007, p. 79 - 97.

  • Alessandro M. Bruni: Il sonetto Jazyk di V.I. Ivanov: note di commento al testo [= The sonnet “Jazyk” by V.I. Ivanov: remarks on the text]. In: Russica Romana. 16, 2009, p. 55 - 63.

  • Alessandro M. Bruni: La tradizione slava antica della «Vita di S. Gregorio il Teologo» (BHG 723): fonti manoscritte e versioni del testo [= The Old Slavonic tradition of the «Life of S. Gregory the Theologian» (BHG 723): manuscript sources and text versions]. In: Ricerche Slavistiche, N.S. . 9 (LV), 2011, p. 35 - 54.

  • Alessandro M. Bruni: ant’ik’uri p’eriodis medicina šua sauk’uneebis sakartveloši [= Ancient medicine in Medieval Georgia]. In: Logosi. 7, 2013, p. 55 - 59.

  • Alessandro M. Bruni: The language of the Old East Slavic “Digenis Akritis”: a few preliminary remarks. In: Russica Romana . 21, 2014, p. 9 - 41.

  • Alessandro M. Bruni: Grečeskaja paleografija i kartvelologija [= Greek Palaeography and Kartvelology]. In: Paleografija i kodikologija 300 let posle Monfokona. Materialy meždunarodnoj naučnoj konferencii. Moskva. 14-16 maja 2008 g. . Moskva: Institut vseobščej istorii Rossijskoj Akademii Nauk , 2008, p. 34 - 44.

  • Alessandro M. Bruni: “kebata-kebis” ʒveli kartuli iambuk’uri targmani rogorc “šesxmaj c’midisa γvtismšoblisaj” venis Georg. 4 xelnac’erši [= An Old Georgian Iambic translation of the Song of Songs as an Encomium to the Holy Mother of God in the Vienna Codex No. 4]. In: Logosi. 8, 2014, p. 240 - 252 [Caucasian Studies].

Calder III, Prof. Dr. William M.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Bernd Seidensticker Freie Universität Berlin
  • William M. Calder III, Timo Günther: Du, von dem ich lebe. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2010, 325 pp.

Cardoso, Prof. Dr. Isabella Tardin

Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP), Germany
Field of research: Latin philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Paul Schwindt Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
  • Paulo Sérgio de Vasconcellos Isabella Tardin Cardoso Et alii: Eneida Brasileira - Tradução poética da epopéia de Públio Virgílio Maro . Campinas: Editora da Unicamp, 2008, 520 pp. [Virgil, Aeneid, Eneida Brasileira, Epik, poetic translation, Modern Reception of Latin Literature ].

  • Isabella Tardin Cardoso: Theatrum mundi: Philologie und Nachahmung. In: Was ist eine Philologische Frage?. (Ed. Jürgen Paul Schwindt) Frankfurt a. Main: Suhrkamp, 2009, p. 82 - 111 [Philologie, Epistemologie, Theatrum mundi, Plautus, Miles Gloriosus].

  • Isabella Tardin Cardoso: Theatrum mundi as a Paradigm to Knowledge in Cicero. In: Limits and Interfaces in Science, Humboldt-Kolleg Digest. (Ed. Marisa Amato et alii) Sao Paulo: Rocco editora, 2009, p. 52 - 54 [Cicero Cato Maior Theatrum mundi Epistemology].

  • Isabella Tardin Cardoso: Theatrum mundi: Philologie und Nachahmung. In: Was ist eine Philologische Frage?. (Ed. Jürgen Paul Schwindt) Frankfurt a. Main: Suhrkamp, 2009, p. 82 - 111 [Philologie, Epistemologie, Theatrum mundi, Plautus, Miles Gloriosus].

  • Isabella Tardin Cardoso: Ilusão e engano em Plauto. In: Estudos sobre o teatro antigo.. (Ed. Cardoso, Z. A.; Duarte, A. S. ) São Paulo : Alameda, 2010, p. 95 - 112 [Plautus, Illusion, metatheater, comedy, ancient theatre].

  • Isabella Tardin Cardoso: O espetáculo da vida humana em Cato Maior de Senectute de Cícero. In: Revista Nuntius Antiquus. 6, 2010, p. 41 - 70 [theatrum mundi Cicero Cato Maior De Senectute Classical Phylology ].

  • Isabella Tardin Cardoso: Trompe l'oeil: Philologie und Illusion. Göttingen: Vienna University Press bei V&R unipress, 2011, 80 pp. [illusion, trompe l'oeil, theory of philology, epistemology, Cicero, Plautus, Plinius Maior].

  • Isabella Tardin Cardoso, Sônia Aparecida dos Santos: Plautinismos e Suassunismos em O santo e a porca. In: Nuntius Antiquus. 12, 2016, p. 159 - 177 [Plautus, Roman Theater, Ariano Suassuna, Classics, Classical Reception, Brazilian Literature.].

Castro Rocha, Prof. Dr. Joao Cezar

Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), Brazil
Field of research: Ibero-Romance literature
Host: Prof. Dr. Joachim Küpper Freie Universität Berlin
  • Joao Cezar Castro Rocha René Girard Pierpaolo Antonello: Evolution and Conversion. London: The Continuum, 2008, 282 pp. ISBN: 978-0567032522. London: Continuum, 2008, 282 pp. [Mimetic Theory Scapegoat Mechanism Anthropology History Evidence ].

  • Joao Cezar Castro Rocha: Exercícios críticos – Leituras do contemporâneo ISBN:978-85-98981-93-2. Chapecó: Argos, 2008, 317 pp. [Literary Theory Brazilian Culture Literary Criticism Comparative Literature].

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha : Machado de Assis: por uma poética da emulação. Rio de Janeiro: Civilização Brasileira, 2013, 366 pp.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha, François Weigel (translator): Cultures Latino-Américaines et Poétique de l’Émulation. Littératures des Faubourgs du Monde? ISSN printed edition: 1889-979X. web edition ISNN: 1989-8452. . Paris: Éditions Pétra, 2015, 417 pp. [Comparative Studies].

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha : Machado de Assis: Toward a Poetics of Emulation. East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, 2015, 271 pp. [Studies in Violence, Mimesis, & Culture ].

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha: Por uma esquizofrenia produtiva: da prática à teoria . Chapecó: Argos - Editora da UNOCHAPECÓ, 2015, v.1. 548 pp.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha: ¿Culturas shakespearianas? Teoría mimética y América Latina. México DF: Universidad Iberoamericana, 2014, 410 pp.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha: Crítica literária: em busca do tempo perdido?. Chapecó: Argos, 2011, 443 pp.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha; Pierpaolo Antonello; René Girard: Evolução e conversão. São Paulo: Editora É, 2011, 308 pp.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha: Exercícios críticos: leituras do contemporâneo. Chapecó : Argos Editora Universitária, 2008, v.1. 317 pp.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha: Culturas shakespearianas: uma ideia no meio do caminho. In: Interdividualidade coletiva e formas de invisibilidade: Brasil e México. São Paulo: É Realizações, 2016, p. 205 - 212.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha: Interdividualidade coletiva e formas de invisibilidade: Brasil e México. 1 ed. In: Mímesis e invisibilização social. A interdividualidade coletiva latino-americana. São Paulo: É Realizações, 2016, p. 59 - 78.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha; J. Almino: A reinvenção de um autor: Enigmas da Primavera. In: Enigmas da Primavera.1 ed. Rio de Janeiro : Record, 2015, p. 11 - 17.

  • João Cezar de Castro ROCHA; D. Lance: Além de si mesmo: prolegômenos para uma sexualidade mimética . In: Além do desejo. Literatura, sexualidades e ética.1 ed. São Paulo: É Realizações, 2015, p. 13 - 19.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha: Darcy Ribeiro e "O Brasil como problema". In: O Brasil como problema.1 ed. São Paulo: Global, 2015, p. 9 - 13.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha: Entrelinhas: hermenêutica às avessas. In: Perseguição e a arte de escrever e outros ensaios de filosofia política.1 ed.. São Paulo: É Realizações, 2015, p. 7 - 12.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha: Memórias do I Colóquio Casa Dirce: uma abordagem nova da obra machadiana? . In: Múltiplo Machado. I Colóquio Casa Dirce.1 ed.. Rio de Janeiro : EDUERJ, 2015, p. 15 - 23.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha; M. Visniec: No início era a imaginação: a arte combinatória de Matéi Visniec . In: O negociante de inícios de romance.1 ed.. São Paulo: É Realizações, 2015, p. 5 - 10.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha : O vaivém como método> o teatro de Antonio Callado. In: Pedro Mico.1 ed.. Rio de Janeiro : José Olympio, 2015, p. 5 - 18.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha: Por una recepción creativa de la teoría mimética en América Latina . In: Caminos de paz. Teoría mimética y construcción social.1 ed.. Ciudad de México : Universidad Iberoamericana, 2015, p. 21 - 51.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha; R. Scruton: Uma ideia-ímâ: o rosto e suas diversas faces. In: O Rosto de Deus.1 ed.. São Paulo : É Realizações, 2015, p. 7 - 14.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha: A lírica do exílio e a primeira geração romântica. In: Araújo PortoAlegre- Singular & Plural.1 ed. Rio de Janeiro : Instituto Moreira Salles, 2014, p. 229 - 241.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha: Literary Histories in Portuguese. Dartmouth: Tagus Press, 2014, 276 pp.

  • João Cezar de Castro Rocha: Lusofonia and its Futures. In: Lusofonia. (Ed. João Cezar de Castro Rocha) Massachusetts-Dartmouth: Tagus Press, 2013, p. 245 [Portuguese Literary and Cultural Studies 25].

Chubarov, Dr. habil. Igor

Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
Field of research: Eastern Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Georg Witte Freie Universität Berlin
  • Igor Chubarov: Vom Alltag der Matrix zum Feiertag der Arbeit . In: Plurale. 7, 2008, p. 273 - 298 [Anthropologie des Arbeiters; Bilder der Arbeit in der westlichen und russischen Kultur von heute; Die Matrix als Schlaf der Arbeit; Sexuelle Transgression vs. Grenzlosigkeit der Arbeit: Georges Bataille und Andrej Platonov.].

  • Igor Chubarov: From Labour to Art and Back: On the paradoxes of the "production" art in the 1920s. In: What Is To Be Done? A Newspaper for Engaged Creativity: DEBATES ON THE AVANT-GARDE http://editors.documenta.de/frontend/article.php?IdLanguage=1&NrArticle=1702. 17, 2007, [Paradoxa der ].

  • Igor Chubarov: Lev Vygotskij's Psychology of Art as an Avantgarde Project. In: Social Sciences . 3, 2007, [der Widerspruch zwischen Form und Inhalt als psychischer Prozess].

  • Igor Chubarov: Teilnahme und/oder Manipulation. Eisensteins und Vertovs kommunikative Strategien waehrend der LEF-Periode. In: What Is To Be Done? A Newspaper for Engaged Creativity: Make Film Politically. http://www.chtodelat.org/images/pdfs/NR_film%20and%20avantgarde.pdf. 18, 2007, [Der Begriff des Intervalls als die Basis von Montage bei Dziga Vertov.].

  • Igor Chubarov: Anthropologie der Maschine. Die ‚literarischen’ Maschinen Andrej Platonovs. In: Maschinentheorien/Theoriemaschinen. (Ed. Hans-Christian von Herrmann, Wladimir Velminski ) Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Verlag, 2012, p. 83 - 96.

  • Igor Chubarov: Anthropologie machinique. Manifeste tardif. In: Revue philosophique de la France et de l’Étranger . 3, 2014, p. 377 - 394 [a machine notion, machine Utopias of the Avant-guard, M. Heidegger’s philosophy of the technics, desiring machines by G. Deleuze and F. Guattari].

  • Igor Chubarov: Kollektive Sinnlichkeit: die Theorie und Praxis des linken Avantgarde. Moskau: HSE Publishing House, 2014, 344 pp. [Kollektive Sinnlichkeit, linke Avantgarde, Konstruktivismus, Produktionskunst, Faktografie ].

  • Igor Chubarov: Analyse comparée de la compréhension de la subjectivité chez G. Deleuse et chez G. Chpet. In: Gustav Chpet et son héritage. Aux sources russes du structuralisme et de la sémiotique. . (Ed. Maryse Dennes) Toulouse: Slavica Occitania, 2008.

  • Igor Chubarov: ‛Verfremdung’ und ‛Entfremdung’: zwei Standpunkte zum Problem des Dings in der literarischen Avantgarde und im Marxismus. In: Der dementierte Gegenstand: Artefaktskepsis der russischen Avantgarde zwischen Abstraktion und Dinglichkeit. (Ed. Witte Georg) München: Wiener Slawistischer Almanach 70, 2007, [Verfremdung, Entfremdung, das Ding, Avantgarde].

  • Igor Chubarov: Zurückbleibendes Symbolisches und vorauseilendes Reales: (Expressionismus, Konstruktivismus und Produktionskunst als Objekt der philosophischen Hermeneutik, der Psychologie und Soziologie der Kunst in der GAChN). In: Form und Wirkung. (Ed. Hansen-Loewe A., Obermayr B., Witte G) München : Fink Verlag, 2013, p. 197 - 208.

  • Igor Chubarov: Porn as an art of violence. In: Journal «Logos». 90, 2012, p. 141 - 156 [pornography, violence, law, taboo, arousal, seduction, Franz Kafka, Giorgio Agamben, Walter Benjamin.].

  • Igor Chubarov: Benjamin is no match for Schmitt, or the Agamben’s Mistake. In: Journal «Logos». . 89, 2012, p. 44 - 67 [origins of law, sovereignty, state of emergency, affect, violence].

  • Igor Chubarov: Translation as an experience of non-sensual similarities. Reasons for failures of Walter Benjamin’s “The Task of the Translator” translations into the Russian language. In: Zeitschrift «Logos». 84, 2012, p. 237 - 252 [Benjamins Die Aufgabe des Übersetzers ].

Cinelli, Dr. Gianluca

Universita degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza, Italy
Field of research: Italian literature
Host: Prof. Dr. Peter Ihring Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
  • Gianluca Cinelli: Alessandro Manzoni e Primo Levi sulla funzione etica della letteratura. In: Spunti e ricerche. Rivista d'italianistica. 27, 2012, p. 8 - 29 [Manzoni, Alessandro Levi, Primo Ethics and Literature Italian Literature].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: “La memorialistica tedesca della campagna di Russia. Una tradizione fra storia e mito”. In: Il presente e la storia. 81, 2012, p. 5 - 72 [World War Two; Memoirs and diaries; German literature; Estern Front].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: “L’argomentazione verosimile in Storia della colonna infame di Alessandro Manzoni”. In: Italienisch. 70, 2014, p. 40 - 60 [Manzoni, Alessandro; Ethics and literature; Italian literature;].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: “L’argomentazione del ‘vero positivo’ in Storia della colonna infame di Alessandro Manzoni”. In: Romanistische Zeitschrift für Literaturgeschichte. 38, 2014, p. 405 - 429 [Manzoni, Alessandro; Ethics and literature; Italian literature; History and literature].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: La questione del male in Storia della colonna infame di Alessandro Manzoni. Fondamenti di una teoria della letteratura etica. Leicester: Troubador, 2015, 143 pp. [Italian literature; Italian Studies; ethics and literature; Manzoni, Alessandro; Plague in literature; Rhetoric; History and literature; ].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: Prigionieri di Stalin e di Hitler. L’esperienza del totalitarismo nella memorialistica italiana e tedesca. Cuneo: Primalpe, 2014, ca. 161 pp. [World War Two literature; Prisoners of war; Witness literature of World War Two; Italian Literature; German Literature; Totalitarianism; History and literature.].

  • Gianluca Cinelli (ed.): La memorialistica di prigionia dei militari italiani nella Seconda Guerra Mondiale. Origini, forme e significati di una tradizione fra storia e letteratura. Atti del seminario di ricerca, Cuneo, 12 aprile 2012. Cuneo: Istituto Storico della Resistenza di Cuneo, 2014, 207 pp. [Italian Studies; Italian history of World War Two; Prisoners of War; History and Literature; Witness literature of World War Two.].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: Cronaca, storia e verosimile in 16 ottobre 1943 e Storia della colonna infame. In: Italica Belgradensia . 1, 2014, p. 81 - 98 [Manzoni, Alessandro; Debenedetti, Giacomo; Italian studies; History and literature; ethics and literature; Italian literature.].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: Etica e filosofia della storia in Manzoni. In: Allegoria. 69, 2015, [Manzoni, Alessandro; Italian Studies; Italian literature; ethics and literature; History and literature.].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: Il rapporto di Alessandro Manzoni con Verri e con l’Illuminismo in Storia della colonna infame. Opinione, pubblico, posterità. In: Quaderni d'Italianistica. 35.1, 2014, p. 73 - 100 [Manzoni, Alessandro; Verri, Pietro; Italian Studies; Italian literature; Italian Enlightenment; Ethics and literature; History and literature.].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: La questione della colpa: memorialistica tedesca e Campagna di Russia. In: «La propaganda è l’unica nostra cultura». Scritture autobiografiche dal fronte sovietico (1941-1943). (Ed. Antonelli, Quinto) Trento: Fondazione Museo storico del Trentino, 2016, p. 273 - 311 [German Literature; Literature of World War Two; Witness literature of World War Two; Russian campaign (1941-1945); Ethics and literature.].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: La memoria della prigionia sovietica. Restaurazione dell’identità nazionale in continuità con il fascismo. In: La memorialistica di prigionia dei militari italiani nella Seconda Guerra Mondiale. Origini, forme e significati di una tradizione fra storia e letteratura. Atti del seminario di ricerca, Cuneo, 12 aprile 2012. (Ed. Cinelli, Gianluca) Cuneo: Istituto Storico della Resistenza di Cuneo, 2014, p. 121 - 150 [Italian Studies; World War (1939-1945); Italian prisoners of war; Campaign of Russia (1941-1945); Witness literature of World War Two; History and literature.].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: "Fissar di nuovo lo sguardo sopra orrori già conosciuti…" la funzione etica e catartica della rappresentazione della sofferenza in Storia della colonna infame di Manzoni. In: Studi d’italianistica nell’Africa australe/Italian Studies in Southern Africa. 2015, [Manzoni, Alessandro; Italian Studies; Italian literature; Suffering in literature; Ethics and literature.].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: La memorialistica tedesca dell’operazione Barbarossa. Un mito letterario. In: Il confronto letterario. 2014, [German literature; Comparative literature; World War (1939-1945); Campaign of Russia (1941-1945); German witness literature of World War Two; Ethics and literature; Myth and literature; Frye, Northrop.].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: “‘Fissar di nuovo lo sguardo sopra orrori già conosciuti…’ la funzione etica e catartica della rappresentazione della sofferenza in Storia della colonna infame di Manzoni”,. In: Studi d’italianistica nell’Africa australe/Italian Studies in Southern Africa. 1, 2015, p. 1 - 21 [Manzoni, Alessandro; Literature and Evil; Literature and Ethics; Italian Literature].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: “Costruzione e decostruzione dell’immagine eroica del combattente della Grande Guerra attraverso le lettere e le testimonianze: Omodeo, Revelli, Procacci”. In: Il presente e la storia. 86, 2014, p. 187 - 212 [WWI in Italy; Revelli, Nuto; Italian POWs in WWI; World War 1914-1918].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: “La memoria della prigionia sovietica. Restaurazione dell’identità nazionale in continuità con il fascismo”. In: La memorialistica di prigionia dei militari italiani nella Seconda Guerra Mondiale. Origini, forme e significati di una tradizione fra storia e letteratura. Atti del seminario di ricerca, Cuneo, 12 aprile 2012. (Ed. Gianluca Cinelli) Cuneo: Istituto Storico della Resistenza e della Società Contemporanea, 2013, p. 121 - 150 [World War 1939-1945; Italian POWs in WWII; Russian Campaign; Diaries and Personal Narratives of WWII].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: L’autobiografia come dislocamento. Motivi allegorici ne La chiave a stella di Primo Levi. In: Quaderni d'Italianistica. 31, 1, 2010, p. 173 - 196 [Levi, Primo; Autobiography; Italian Literature].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: La memoria, la traccia e la funzione del narratore in Ritorno sul Don di Mario Rigoni Stern. In: Quaderni d'Italianistica. 29, 1, 2008, p. 165 - 182 [Rigoni Stern, Mario; Italian Literature; World War 1939-1945; Diaries and personal narratives of WWII; Italian War Literature].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: Silenzio e verità ne La parola ebreo di Rosetta Loy. In: Modern Languages Notes. 123, 2008, p. 8 - 21 [Loy, Rosetta; Italian Literature; Autobiography; Holocaust and Literature].

  • Gianluca Cinelli, Patrizia Piredda (eds.): La letteratura e il male. Rome: Sapienza Universitaria Editrice / Digilab, 2015, 145 pp. [Literature and Evil; Literature and Ethics; Theory of Literature].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: Il diciassettesimo secolo nel romanzo storico italiano come paradigma del male. In: La letteratura e il male. (Ed. Gianluca Cinelli, Patrizia Piredda) Rome: Sapienza Universitaria Editrice / Digilab, 2015, p. 79 - 104 [Manzoni, Alessandro; Sciascia, Leonardo; Vassalli, Sebastiano; Literature and Evil; Literature and Ethics; Historical Novel; Italian Literature].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: Nuto Revelli. La scrittura e l’impegno civile, dalla testimonianza della Seconda Guerra Mondiale alla critica dell’Italia repubblicana. Turin: Aragno, 2011, ca. 350 pp. [Revelli, Nuto; Italian Literature; Oral History; World War 1939-1945 diaries and personal narratives].

  • Gianluca Cinelli: Ermeneutica e scrittura autobiografica. Primo Levi, Nuto Revelli, Rosetta Loy, Mario Rigoni Stern. Milan: Unicopli, 2008, 191 pp. [Revelli, Nuto; Levi, Primo; Rigoni Stern, Mario; Loy, Rosetta; Autobiography; Italian Literature; World War 1939-1934; Diaries and personal narratives of WWII].

  • Dr. Gianluca Cinelli: Il “rifiuto d’obbedienza”. Rivolta e pacifismo in Curzio Malaparte e Jean Giono. In: Etica e letteratura della Grande Guerra. Rappresentazioni della crisi. (Ed. Patrizia Piredda, Gianluca Cinelli) Napoli: Marchese, 2015, p. 95 - 119 [World war, 1914-1918; Italian Literature; French Literature; Malaparte Curzio; Giono Jean; Disobedience in Literature].

  • Patrizia Piredda, Gianluca Cinelli: Etica e letteratura della Grande Guerra. Rappresentazioni della crisi. Napoli: Marchese, 2015, 162 pp. [World War 1914-1918; War and literature; Ethics and literature].

  • Dr. Gianluca Cinelli: Illusione, inganno, artificio. La poetica morale di Manzoni tra gli "Inni Sacri" e "Il conte di Carmagnola". In: Testo. 71, 2016, p. 29 - 44 [Alessandro Manzoni; Ethics and Literature; Italian Romanticism; ].

Cohen-Skalli, Dr. Aude

Aix-Marseille Universite, Germany
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Klaus Geus Freie Universität Berlin
  • Aude Cohen-Skalli: Diodore de Sicile. Livres VI-X. Fragments, tome II. Paris: Belles Lettres, Collection des Universités de France, 2012, 695 pp. [Historiographie, archaische Epoche in Griechenland und Rom, griechische Philologie, Byzantinistik, Konstantinos VII. Porphyrogennetos].

Colombo, Dr. Michele

Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy
Field of research: Italian (linguistics)
Host: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schweickard Universität des Saarlandes
  • Michele Colombo: Passione Trivulziana. Armonia evangelica volgarizzata in milanese antico. Edizione critica e commentata, analisi linguistica e glossario. Berlin / Boston: de Gruyter, 2016, 292 pp. [History of the Italian language, Italian Dialectology, Ancient Milanese, Gospel harmonies].

  • Michele Colombo: La presenza della Bibbia nell’opera di Bonvesin da la Riva. In: Verbum. Analecta Neolatina. 16, 2015, p. 20 - 26 [Medieval Italian Literature, Ancient Milanese, Bible studies].

Cornelius, Prof. Dr. Izak

University of Stellenbosch, South Africa
Field of research: Ancient Near Eastern studies, ancient Oriental languages
Host: Prof. Dr. Herbert Niehr Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Izak Cornelius: A horse figurine in Stellenbosch and the iconography and function of Palestinian horse figurines. In: Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins. 123/1, 2007, p. 28 - 36, Tafel 4 [horse, iconography, warfare].

  • Izak Cornelius: The headgear and hairstyles of pre-Persian Palestinian female plaque figurines. In: Bilder als Quellen. Images as Sources. Studies on Ancient Near Eastern Artefacts and the Bible Inspired by the Work of Othmar Keel (OBO Special Volume). (Ed. Susanne Bickel et al.) Fribourg & Göttingen : Academic Press & Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2007, p. 237 - 252 + figs, pls. [iconography, female plaques, headgear and hairstyles].

  • Izak Cornelius and Louis Jonker (eds.): From Ebla to Stellenbosch. Syro-Palestinian Religions and the Hebrew Bible (ADPV 37). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2008, 168, 31 figs. pp. [religion, Hebrew Bible, Syro-Palestine].

  • Izak Cornelius: The Many Faces of the Goddess. The Iconography of the Syro-Palestinian Goddesses Anat, Asherah, Astarte and Qedeshet c. 1500-1000 BCE (Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 204). 2nd. enlarged edition. Fribourg & Göttingen: Fribourg Academic Press & Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2008, 216 + pls., figs., maps pp.

De Clercq, Prof. Dr. Eva

Ghent University, Belgium
Field of research: Indian studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Heidrun Brückner Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
  • Eva De Clercq: Doctrinal passages of the Jain R-am-aya.nas. In: Jaina Studies (Papers of the 12th World Sanskrit Conference, vol. 9). (Ed. Colette Caillat) New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 2008, p. 87 - 99 [Jainism].

  • Eva De Clercq: The Apabhramsa of Svayambhudeva's Paumacariu. Mumbai: Hindi Granth Karyalay, 2009, 110 pp. [grammar middle indic jainism].

  • Eva De Clercq: Sleep and dreams in the Rama-kathas. In: The Indian Night: Sleep and Dreams in Indian Culture. (Ed. Claudine Bautze-Picron) New Delhi: Rupa, 2009, p. 303 - 328 [folklore indian literature].

  • Eva De Clercq: The great men of Jainism in utero. In: Imagining the Fetus: Embryology and Mythology from around the World. (Ed. Vanessa Sasson, Jane-Marie Law) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, p. 33 - 54 [Jainism mythology].

  • Eva De Clercq: The Jaina Harivamsa and Mahabharata Tradition - a Preliminary Survey. In: Parallels and Comparisons in the Sanskrit Epics and Puranas. (Ed. Petteri Koskikallio) Zagreb: Croation Academy of Sciences, 2009, p. 399 - 421 [Jainism Indian epics].

Dentice di Accadia, Dr. Stefano

Universität zu Köln, Germany
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Hammerstaedt Universität zu Köln
  • Stefano Dentice di Accadia: La Prova di Agamennone: una strategia retorica vincente. In: Rheinisches Museum fuer Philologie. 153, 3/4, 2010, [Homer; Ilias; Rhetorik; figuerliche Rede (lògos eschematismènos)].

  • Stefano Dentice di Accadia: Oratori brillanti dell’Odissea: Telemaco e i Proci. . In: AION filol. lett. . XXXII, 2010, p. 111 - 122 [Homer, Odyssey, Rhetoric, Ancient Critics.].

  • Stefano Dentice di Accadia (Rezension über D. Malouf, Ransom, Sydney 2009): Quanta umanità sotto le mura di Troia! . In: Il Cerchio. 1/2, 2011, p. 75 - 77 [Malouf, Achill, Ilias, Homer].

  • Stefano Dentice di Accadia Ammone: La rhétorique de Diomède et la "seconde Épreuve" d´Agamemnon. In: Rhetor: Journal of the Canadian Society for the Study of Rhetoric (online) . IV, 2011, [Homer, Figürliche Rede, Ilias].

  • Stefano Dentice di Accadia Ammone: Latein zum Anfassen. Ein Vorschlag zum Einsatz materieller Medien im Lateinunterricht. In: Forum Classicum. 2013, [Fachdidaktik Latein, Schule].

  • Stefano Dentice di Accadia Ammone: Homer und seine Redner. In: Gymnasium. 2012, [Bittreden Ilias].

  • Stefano Dentice di Accadia Ammone: Omero e i suoi oratori. Tecniche di persuasione nell´Iliade. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2012, 352 pp. [rhetorical strategies, Homer, Iliad, conversational theory, persuasion].

Deokar, Dr. Lata Mahesh

Savitribai Phule Pune University, India
Field of research: Indian studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Hanneder Philipps-Universität Marburg
  • Lata Mahesh Deokar: Subhūticandra: A Forgotten Scholar of Magadha. In: Journal of Buddhist Studies. X, 2013, p. 137 - 153 [Subhuticandra, Kavikamadhenu, Amarakosha].

  • Lata Mahesh Deokar: The Sararthacandrika Commentary of the Trikandasesa. In: Buddhism Contemporary Studies. 2010, p. 55 - 66 [Trikandashesha, Sararthacandrika, Purushottamadeva].

  • Lata Mahesh Deokar: Problems in Editing the Sanskrit and the Tibetan Texts of the Kamadhenu. In: Manuscript and Manuscriptology in India. (Ed. Subodh Gopal Nandi Projit Kumar Palit) New Delhi: Kaveri Books, 2010, p. 168 - 182 [Amarakosha, Kamadhenu, Subhuticandra, Si tu pan chen].

  • Lata Mahesh Deokar: Si-tu Pan-chen's Contributions to the Tibetan Lexicography. In: Buddhist Culture in Asia: Unity in Diversity, Volume II. (Ed. Supriya Rai) Mumbai: Somaiya Publications Pvt. Ltd. , 2010, p. 225 - 240 [Si tu pan chen, Kamadhenu, Subhtucandra, Amarakosha].

  • Lata Mahesh Deokar: Some Observations on Buddhism and Lexicography. In: Saṁskṛta-sādhutā: Goodness of Sanskrit. Studies in Honour of Professor Ashok N. Aklujkar. (Ed. Chikafumi Watanabe, Michele Desmarais, Yoshichika Honda) Delhi: DK Printworld, 2012, p. 126 - 149 [Sanskrit lexicons, Buddhist data, Synonymous Sanskrit dictionaries, Homonymous Sanskrit dictionaries].

  • Lata Mahesh Deokar: Subhūticandra´s Kkavikāmadhenu on Amarakośa 1.1.1-1.4.8 . Marburg: Indica et Tibetica Verlag, 2014, 588 pp.

  • Mahesh A. Deokar Lata Mahesh Deokar S. S. Bahulkar: Grammatical Discussions in Śākyarakṣita's Vṛttamālā(stuti)vivṛti. In: South Asian Classical Studies. 9, 2014, p. 65 - 100 [Vṛttamālāstuti, Sanskrit prosody, Sanskrit grammar].

Devecchi, Dr. Elena

Universita degli Studi di Torino, Italy
Field of research: Ancient Near Eastern studies, ancient Oriental languages
Host: Prof. Dr. Walther Sallaberger Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
  • Elena Devecchi: La funzione del prologo storico nei trattati ittiti: ipotesi e discussione. In: I diritti del mondo cuneiforme (Mesopotamia e regioni adiacenti, ca. 2500-500 a.C.). (Ed. Clelia Mora, Mario Liverani) Pavia, 2008, p. 361 - 385.

  • Elena Devecchi: A Fragment of a Treaty with Mukiš. In: Studi Micenei ed Egeo-Anatolici. 49, 2007, p. 207 - 216.

  • Elena Devecchi: “We Are All Descendants of Suppiluliuma” – The Aleppo Treaty Reconsidered. In: Welt des Orients. 40, 2010, p. 1 - 27.

  • Elena Devecchi: Amurru between Hatti, Assyria and Ahhiyawa. Discussing a Recent Hypothesis. In: Zeitschrift für Assyriologie. 100, 2010, p. 242 - 256.

  • Elena Devecchi: Review of A. Altman “The Historical Prologue of the Hittite Vassal Treaties” Ramat-Gan 2004. In: Zeitschrift für Assyriologie. 98, 2008, p. 147 - 152.

  • Elena Devecchi: RS 17.62 + RS 17.237 (CTH 64). Treaty, Edict or Verdict?. In: Ugarit-Forschungen. 42, 2010, p. 105 - 108.

  • Elena Devecchi Jared L. Miller: Hittite-Egyptian Synchronisms and their Consequences for Ancient Near Eastern Chronology. In: Egypt and the Near East – The Crossroad. Proceedings of an International Conference on the Relations of Egypt and the Near East in the Bronze Age, Prague, September 1-3, 2010. (Ed. Jana Mynářová) Prague, 2011, p. 139 - 176.

  • Elena Devecchi (ed.): Palaeography and Scribal Practices in Syro-Palestine and Anatolia in the Late Bronze Age. Proceedings of the International Symposium held in Leiden December 17-18, 2009 (PIHANS 119). Leiden, 2012.

  • Elena Devecchi: The So-called Mixed Ductus in the Akkadian Texts from Boğazköy. In: Palaeography and Scribal Practices in Syro-Palestine and Anatolia in the Late Bronze Age. Proceedings of the International Symposium held in Leiden December 17-18, 2009 (PIHANS 119). (Ed. Elena Devecchi) Leiden, 2012, p. 47 - 63.

  • Elena Devecchi: Treaties and Edicts in the Hittite World. In: Organization, Representation, and Symbols of Power in the Ancient Near East: Proceedings of the 54th Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Würzburg, 21-25 July 2008. (Ed. G. Wilhelm) Winona Lake, 2012, p. 637 - 645.

  • Elena Devecchi: The Amarna Letters from Ḫatti. A Palaeographic Analysis. In: The Ancient Near East, a Life! Festschrift Karel Van Lerberghe (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 220). (Ed. J. Bretschneider et al. ) Leuven, 2012, p. 143 - 154.

  • Elena Devecchi: Aziru, Servant of Three Masters?. In: Altorientalische Forschungen. 39, 2012, p. 38 - 48.

  • Elena Devecchi: Suppiluliuma’s Syrian Campaigns in Light of the Documents from Ugarit. In: New Results and New Questions on the Reign of Suppiluliuma I (Eothen 19). (Ed. S. de Martino – J.L. Miller) Firenze, 2013, p. 81 - 97.

  • Elena Devecchi, Birgit Christiansen: Die hethitischen Vasallenverträge und die biblische Bundeskonzeption. In: Biblische Notizen Neue Folge. 156, 2013, p. 65 - 87.

  • Dr. Elena Devecchi: Trattati internazionali ittiti. Brescia: Paideia, 2015, [Hittite treaties, Late Bronze Age, international relations].

  • Dr. Elena Devecchi: The International Relations of Hatti's Syrian Vassals, or How to Make the Best of Things. In: Policies of Exchange Political Systems and Modes of Interaction in the Aegean and the Near East in the 2nd Millennium B.C.E.. (Ed. Birgitta Eder, Regine Pruzsinszky) Wien, 2015, p. 117 - 126.

  • Dr. Elena Devecchi: The International Relations of Hatti's Syrian Vassals, or How to Make the Best of Things. In: Policies of Exchange Political Systems and Modes of Interaction in the Aegean and the Near East in the 2nd Millennium B.C.E.. (Ed. Birgitta Eder, Regine Pruzsinszky) Wien, 2015, p. 117 - 126.

  • Dr. Elena Devecchi: (Re-)defining the Corpus of the Hittite treaties. In: Zeitschrift für Altorientalische und Biblische Rechtsgeschichte. 19, 2013, p. 89 - 98.

Dhar, Prof. Dr. Parul Pandya

National Museum of India, India
Field of research: Indian studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Adalbert J. Gail Freie Universität Berlin
  • Parul Pandya Dhar: The Torana in Indian and Southeast Asian Architecture. New Delhi: D K Printworld, 2010, xviii + 317 pp. [India, Southeast Asia, Art and Architectural History, Ornament, Archways, Architectural Ornament].

  • Parul Pandya Dhar: The Ambika Temple at Jagat. In: Archaeology and Text: The Temple in South Asia. (Ed. Himanshu Prabha Ray) New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2010, p. 38 - 58 [Indian Temple, Iconology, Ornament, Biographical Sketch, Ambika, Nature of Worship].

  • Parul Pandya Dhar: Kalamakara Toranas: Javanese Expressions of a Shared Motif. In: Sacred Landscapes: Shared Traditions, Multiple Histories. (Ed. Himanshu Prabha Ray) New Delhi: Manohar Publishers, 2007, p. 258 - 281 [Architectural Ornament, Motif, Java, India, Shared Expressions].

  • Parul Pandya Dhar: Historiography of Indian Temple Architecture (post-Independence Writings): Some Methodological Concerns. In: Archaeology in India: Individuals, Ideas and Institutions. (Ed. Gautam Sengupta Kaushik Gangopadhyay) New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal, 2009, p. 333 - 350 [Historiography, Methodology, Architectural History, Archaeology, Indian art].

  • Parul Pandya Dhar: Text, Context, and Architectural Practice: with reference to entryways in Ancient & Medieval Indian Architecture. In: Vanamālā: Adalbert J Gail Festschrift. (Ed. Gerd J R Mevissen and Klaus Bruhn) Germany: Weidler Buchverlag, 2007, p. 59 - 66 [Ornament, Architecture, Gateways, Arches, Text, Indian, Contextual study].

Diala, Prof. Dr. Isidore Okeawolam

Imo State University, Nigeria
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Mark Stein Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
  • Isidore Okeawolam Diala: Nigerian Literature: Triumphs and Travails. In: Tydskrif vir Letterkunde: A Journal of Afircan Literature. 48.1, 2011, p. 5 - 12 [Nigerian literature, literary criticism].

  • Isidore Okeawolam Diala: Nigerian Literature: Triumphs and Travails (Special Issue of Tydskrif vir Letterkunde: A Journal of African Literature 48.1) Ed. Pretoria, 2011, 230 pp. [Nigerian literature, literary criticism].

  • Isidore Okeawolam Diala: Esiaba Irobi’s Legacy: Theory and Practice of Postcolonial Performance. In: Research in African Literatures. 42.4, 2011, p. 20 - 38 [Postcolonialism, drama, performance, Esiaba Irobi].

  • Isidore Okeawolam Diala: “De/Stabilising the European Classic: Sycorax, Irobi’s The Tempest.”. In: Shakespeare in Southern Africa. 24, 2012, p. 25 - 43 [Postcolonial/African Drama].

  • Isidore Okeawolam Diala: “Colonial Mimicry and Postcolonial Re-membering in Isidore Okpewho’s Call Me by My Rightful Name.”. In: Journal of Modern Literature. 36.4, 2013, p. 77 - 95 [Postcolonial/African novel].

  • Isidore Okeawolam Diala: Esiaba Irobi’s Drama and the Postcolony: Theory and Practice of Postcolonial Performance. . Ibadan Nigeria: Kraft Books, 2014, 316 pp. [Drama/Postcolonial Studies].

  • Prof. Dr. Isidore Okeawolam Diala: Okigbo's Drum Elegies. In: Research in African Literatures. 46.3, 2015, p. 85 - 111 [Okigbo, Elegy, Drum poetry, surrealism].

  • Prof. Dr. Isidore Okeawolam Diala: Andre Brink: In Defiance of Boundaries. In: Tydskrif vir Letterkunde. 52.2, 2015, p. 197 - 199 [Brink, South Africa, apartheid, Shakespeare].

Dimitrov, Dr. habil. Dragomir

Philipps-Universität Marburg, India
Field of research: Indian studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Mahesh Ashok Deokar Savitribai Phule Pune University
  • Dr. habil. Dragomir Dimitrov: The Legacy of the Jewel Mind: On the Sanskrit, Pali, and Sinhalese Works by Ratnamati. A Philological Chronicle (Phullalocanavaṃsa). Napoli: Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”, 2016, 888 pp. [Sanskrit, Pali, Sinhalese, Buddhism, religious studies, Indian grammar, poetic theory, palaeography, manuscriptology, epigraphy, lexicography, Indo-Tibetan studies, South Asian history, Indian art history].

Dorofeeva-Lichtmann, Dr. Vera

, France
Field of research: Sinology
Host: Prof. Dr. Michael Lackner Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • Vera Dorofeeva-Lichtmann: Mapless Mapping: Did the Maps of the Shan hai jing Ever Exist?. In: Graphics and Text in the Production of Technical Knowledge in China: The Warp and the Weft. (Ed. Francesca Bray, Vera Dorofeeva-Lichtmann and Georges Métailié) Leiden: Brill, 2008, p. 217 - 294 [China, cartography].

  • Francesca Bray, Vera Dorofeeva-Lichtmann and Georges Métailié (editors): Graphics and Text in the Production of Technical Knowledge in China: The Warp and the Weft. Leiden: Brill, 2008, 772 pp. [China, technical knowlegde, diagrams].

Dotson, Prof. Dr. Brandon

Georgetown University, United States of America
Field of research: Tibetan studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Franz-Karl Ehrhard Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
  • Brandon Dotson, Kazushi Iwao, Tsuguhito Takeuchi: Scribes, Texts, and Rituals in Early Tibet and Dunhuang. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag, 2013, 154 pp. [Tibetan Studies Dunhuang Studies Codicology Manuscript Studies].

  • Brandon Dotson: The Call of the Cuckoo to the Thin Sheep Of Spring: Healing and Fortune in Old Tibetan Dice Divination Texts. In: Tibetan and Himalayan Healing: An Anthology for Anthony Aris. (Ed. Charles Ramble, Ulrike Roesler ) Kathmandu: Vajra Publications, 2015, p. 148 - 160 [Tibetan religion divination animals and religion].

  • Brandon Dotson: Failed Prototypes: Foliation and Numbering in Ninth-Century Tibetan Śatasāhasrikā-prajñāpāramitā-sūtras. In: Journal Asiatique. 303, 2015, p. 153 - 164 [Codicology Manuscript Studies Buddhist sutras Tibetan studies Foliation/ pagination].

  • Brandon Dotson: Introducing Early Tibetan Law: Codes and Cases. In: Secular Law and Order in the Tibetan Highland. (Ed. Dieter Schuh) Andiast: International Institute for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies, 2015, p. 267 - 314 [Tibetan studies Tibetan law Legal codes Legal cases Dunhuang studies].

  • Brandon Dotson: Popular Wisdom in the Margins of the Perfection of Wisdom. In: The Illuminating Mirror: Festschrift for Per K. Sørensen on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday. (Ed. Olaf Czaja, Guntram Hazod) Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag, 2015, p. 119 - 130 [Tibetan studies Buddhist sutras manuscript studies proverbs folklore].

  • Brandon Dotson: The Remains of the Dharma: Editing, Rejecting, and Replacing the Buddha’s Words in Officially Commissioned Sūtras from Dunhuang, 820s to 840s. In: Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies. 36, 2013, p. 5 - 68 [Buddhist sutras Tibetan studies Dunhuang studies scribes codicology].

  • Brandon Dotson: The Princess and the Yak: the Hunt as Narrative Trope and Historical Reality. In: Scribes, Texts, and Rituals in Early Tibet and Dunhuang. (Ed. Brandon Dotson, Kazushi Iwao, Tsuguhito Takeuchi ) Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag, 2013, p. 61 - 85 [Tibetan studies royal hunt law ritual texts].

  • Brandon Dotson: The Dead and Their Stories: Preliminary Remarks on the Place of Narrative in Tibetan Religion. In: Tibet after Empire: Culture, Society and Religion between 850-1000. (Ed. Cristoph Cüppers, Rob Mayer, Michael Walter ) Lumbini: Lumbini International Research Institute, 2013, p. 51 - 83 [Tibetan studies ritual narratives Bon studies Tibetan Buddhism funeral rites narrative studies].

  • Brandon Dotson: The Unhappy Bride and Her Lament. In: Journal of the International Association for Bon Research. 1, 2013, p. 199 - 225 [Tibetan studies oral performance ritual texts funeral rites textualized song].

  • Brandon Dotson: Theorising the King: Implicit and Explicit Sources for the Study of Tibetan Sacred Kingship. In: Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines. 21, 2011, p. 83 - 103 [Tibetan studies sacred kingship Buddhist kingship Giuseppe Tucci].

Drubek-Meyer, Priv. Doz. Dr. Natascha

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Field of research: Eastern Slavic philology
Host: Dr. Galina Potapova Russian Academy of Sciences
  • Natascha Drubek-Meyer: Russisches Licht. Köln: Böhlau Verlag, 2012, 527 pp.

Duff, Prof. Dr. Timothy E.

University of Reading, United Kingdom
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Bernd Seidensticker Freie Universität Berlin
  • Timothy E. Duff: Plutarch's readers and the moralism of the Lives. In: Ploutarchos. 5, 2007, p. 3 - 18 [Plutarch, biography, moralism, Greek, ancient history].

  • Timothy E. Duff: The opening of Plutarch's Life of Themistokles. In: Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies. 48, 2008, p. 159 - 179 [Plutarch, Themistokles, Greek, ancient history, openings of literary works].

  • Timothy E. Duff: Models of education in Plutarch. In: Journal of Hellenic Studies. 128, 2008, p. 1 - 26 [Plutarch, ancient conceptions of education, character development, biography, ancient history, Greek literature].

  • Timothy E. Duff: "Loving too much": the text of Plutarch, Themistokles 2.3. In: Philologus. 153, 2009, p. 149 - 158 [Textual criticism. Plutarch].

  • Timothy E. Duff: Plato's Symposium and Plutarch's Alcibiades. In: Symposion and philanthropia in Plutarch (Humanitas Supplement). (Ed. J. Ribeiro Ferreira, D. Leâo, M. Tröster, P. Barata Dias) Coimbra: Centro de Estudos Clássicos e Humanísticos, 2009, p. 37 - 50 [Plato. Reception of the Symposium. Plutarch. Alcibiades.].

  • Timothy E. Duff: How Lives begin. In: The unity of Plutarch’s Work. (Ed. A. G. Nikolaidis) Berlin: De Gruyter, 2008, p. 197 - 207 [Prologues. Childhood. Narrative structure. Plutarch.].

  • Timothy E. Duff: Plutarch's Lives and the critical reader. In: Virtues for the people: aspects of Plutarch's ethics . (Ed. G. Roskam and L. Van der Stockt) Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2011, p. 59 - 82 [Greek literature, Ethics, Philosophy, Ancient History].

  • Timothy E. Duff: Il linguaggio della narrazione in Plutarco. In: Plutarco: lingua e testo (Quaderni di Acme 122). (Ed. G. Zanetto and S. Martinelli Tempesta) Milan: Cisalpino, 2010, p. 207 - 224 [Greek literature, Greek language, Ancient History, Plutarch, translation, verbal aspect].

  • Timothy E. Duff: Plutarch's Themistokles and Camillus. In: Plutarch's Lives: parallelism and purpose. (Ed. N. Humble) Swansea: Classical Press of Wales, 2010, p. 45 - 86 [Greek literature, Ancient History, Plutarch].

  • Timothy E. Duff: Platonic allusion in Plutarch's Alcibiades 4-7. In: Ratio et res ipsa: Classical essays presented by former pupils to James Diggle on his retirement (Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society supplement 36). (Ed. P. Millett, S. P. Oakley, J. E. Thompson) Cambridge: The Cambridge Philological Society, 2011, p. 27 - 43 [Plutarch, Plato, Alcibiades, intertextuality, allusion].

  • Timothy E. Duff: The structure of the Plutarchan book. In: Classical Antiquity. 30, 2011, p. 213 - 278 [Plutarch, biography, Ancient History, manuscripts, textual criticism, narratology, prologues].

  • Timothy E. Duff, Ian Scott-Kilvert: Plutarch: the Age of Alexander. London: Penguin, 2012, xxxvii + 625 pp. [Plutarch, Greek History, Alexander the Great, Biography].

  • Timothy E. Duff: L’articolazione interna del libro plutarcheo. In: Plutarch’s writings: transmission, translation, reception, commentary / Gli scritti di Plutarco: tradizione, traduzione, ricezione, commento. (Ed. G. Pace and P. Volpe Cacciatore) Naples: D'Auria, 2013, p. 143 - 161 [Plutarch, ancient books, papyri, manuscripts, prologue, literary structure, ring composition].

Dukic, Prof. Dr. Davor

University of Zagreb, Croatia
Field of research: Southern Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Riccardo Nicolosi Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
  • Davor Dukic: The Syndrom of Abourness as Carin about: Imagology vs. Thematology. In: Imagologie heute. (Ed. Davor Dukic) Bonn: Bouvier, 2012, p. 115 - 126.

Dunkel, Prof. Dr. George Eugene

Universität Zürich, Switzerland
Field of research: Indo-European linguistics, Indo-European studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Günter Neumann Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
  • George Eugene Dunkel: Lexikon der indogermanischen Partikeln und Pronominalstämme, Band 1. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter GmbH, 2014, 338 pp.

  • George Eugene Dunkel: Lexikon der indogermanischen Partikeln und Pronominalstämme. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter GmbH, 2014, 861 pp.

Eich, Prof. Dr. Thomas

Universität Hamburg, Germany
Field of research: Islamic studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Thomas Banchoff Georgetown University
  • Thomas Eich: Moderne Medizin und Islamische Ethik. Biowissenschaften in der muslimischen Rechtstradition. Freiburg: Herder, 2008, 230 pp. [Islam; Islamic Ethics; Islamic Law; Medicine; Abortion; In Vitro Fertilization; Reproductive Medicine; Cloning; Genetics; Embryo Research; Brain Death; Organ Transplantation].

  • Thomas Eich: Verfügungsrechte am eigenen Körper in der sharia am Beispiel von Schönheitsoperationen, Intersexualität und Hymen Restauration. In: Kultur und Bioethik: Eigentum am eigenen . (Ed. Christian Steineck, Ole Döring) Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2008, p. 149 - 162 [Islamic Law; Human Body; Sex Change Operations; Hymen Repair; Beauty Operations].

  • Thomas Eich: Islamische Bioethik: Determinanten und Elemente der Meinungsbildung und Entscheidungsfindung . In: Religion in bioethischen Diskursen. Interdisziplinäre, internationale und interreligiöse Perspektiven. (Ed. Friedemann Voigt) Berlin / New York: de Gruyter, 2010, p. 245 - 266 [Islam, Bioethics, paternal testing, child marriage].

  • Thomas Eich: Bioethics. In: Encyclopedia of Islam. (Ed. Gudrun Krämer et al.) Leiden et al.: Brill, 2009, p. 102 - 108 [Bioethics, Institutions, Abortion, Brain Death].

  • Thomas Eich: Induced miscarriage in early Maliki and Hanafi fiqh. In: Islamic Law and Society. 16, 2009, p. 302 - 326 [Abortion, Islam].

  • Thomas Eich: A Tiny Membrane Defending “Us” Against “Them”: The Arabic Internet Debate from 2007 about Hymenorraphy in sunni Islamic Law. In: Culture, Health & Sexuality. 12.7, 2010, p. 755 - 769 [Virginity, Hymen, Gender, Islam, Internet].

El-Hamrawi, Prof. Dr. Mahmoud

Sohag University, Egypt
Field of research: Egyptology
Host: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schenkel Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Mahmoud El-Hamrawi: Substantiv + is im Altägyptischen. In: OLA . (Ed. Proceedings of the IX th International Congress of Egyptologists) Grenoble, 2007, p. 545 - 565 [Schrift/Sprache (Altaegyptische Sprache)].

  • Mahmoud El-Hamrawi: Is the preterite sdm=f in Late Egyptian derived from present perfect iw/ sdm.n=f of Middle Egyptian or historical perfect sdm=f of Old Egyptian. In: Lingua Aegyptia. 16, 2008, p. 73 - 94 [Schrift/ Sprache (Altägyptische Sprache)].

  • Mahmoud El-Hamrawi: The negative particles n, m, bw, and mpe as features of Dialects in Ancient Egyptian Language. In: Bulletin de la Société d'Archéologie Copte. 46, 2007, p. 31 - 60 [Schrift/ Sprache (Altägyptische Sprache)].

  • Mahmoud El-Hamrawi: tr/ ti als Kennzeichen für subjektiv-modale Satzkerne im Ägyptischen. In: Lingua Aegyptia. 15, 2007, p. 11 - 46 [Schrift/ Sprache (Altägyptische Sprache)].

  • Prof. Dr. Mahmoud El-Hamrawi: History of the Ancient Ia-at-ri-bu (> Yathrib) through the archaeological and classical sources. In: Supplément aux Annales du Service des Antiquités de l´Egypte (Scribal of Justice), Egyptological Studies in Honour of Shafik Allam Cahier No 42 (in Arabic). (Ed. Khaled Daoud and Sawsan Abd El-Fatah) Cairo: Supreme Council of Egyptian Antiquites, 2011, p. 1 - 13 [History (Ancient Arabia)].

  • Mahmoud El-Hamrawi: History of the Ancient Ia-at-ri-bu (> Yathrib) through the archaeological and classical sources. In: Supplément aux Annales du Service des Antiquités de l´Egypte (Scribal of Justice), Egyptological Studies in Honour of Shafik Allam Cahier No 42 (in Arabic). (Ed. Khaled Daoud and Sawsan Abd El-Fatah) Cairo: Supreme Council of Egyptian Antiquites, 2011, p. 1 - 13 [History (Ancient Arabia)].

  • Mahmoud El-Hamrawi: Ia-at-ri-bu (> Yathrib). In: History and civilization of Medina (The 10 th scientific Symposium of the Saudi Historical Society 29 th -31 th May 2007, volume 1, Medina (in Arabic).. (Ed. Saudi Historical Society) Medina: Saudi Historical Society, 2010, p. 13 - 38 [History (Ancient Arabia)].

  • Mahmoud El-Hamrawi: The integration of the elements of the local environment and its impact on the emergence of the city Ia-at-ri-bu (> Yathrib). In: Humanities and environmental issues (The 1st conference of Humanities and environmental issues 8th -9th April 2008, Alexandria (in Arabic). (Ed. Faculty of Arts-Univr. of Alexandria) Alexandria: Dar al-Maarefah al-Gamiayah, 2008, p. 207 - 232 [History (Ancient Arabia)].

  • Mahmoud El-Hamrawi: Das transitiv-aktivische und passivische Pseudopartizip der 1. Person Sg.c. in der AR- und MR-Sprache. In: The Horizon Studies in Egyptology in Honour of M.A. Nur El-Din, (10-12 April 2007), volume 3. (Ed. Basem S. El-Sharkawy) Cairo: Supreme Council of Antiquities, 2009, p. 165 - 178 [Schrift/ Sprache (Altägyptische Sprache)].

  • Mahmoud El-Hamrawi: Ia-at-ri-bu (> Yathrib), The Ancient Name of Medina. In: Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on The Archaeology of The Ancient Near East 12th -16th April 2010, the British Museum and UCL, London, volume 1: Mega-cities & Mega-sites. (Ed. Roger Matthews and John Curits) Wiesbaden: The Archaeology of Consumption & Disposal Landscape, Transport & Communication, 2012, p. 125- - 138 [History (Ancient Arabia)].

Ette, Prof. Dr. Ottmar

Universität Potsdam, Germany
Field of research: Romance languages and literature, Romance studies

  • Ottmar Ette: TransArea. Eine literarische Globalisierungsgeschichte. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2012, 334 + X p. pp. [Globalisierung, Globalisierungsgeschichte, Literaturwissenschaft, TransArea Studies, Literaturen der Welt, Lebenswissen].

  • Ottmar Ette: Konvivenz. Literatur und Leben nach dem Paradies. Berlin: Kadmos Kulturverlag, 2012, 240 p. pp. [Globalisierung, Literaturwissenschaft, Konvivenz, Kulturelle Differenz, Literaturen der Welt, Zusammenlebenswissen, ].

  • Ottmar Ette, Vera M. Kutzinski: Alexander von Humboldt and the Americas. Berlin: Verlag Walter Frey - edition tranvía, 2012, 295 p. pp. [Alexander von Humboldt, Lateinamerika, USA, 19. Jahrhundert, Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Klimatologie, Ecuador, Naturgeschichte, Naturbeschreibung, Karibik, Sklaverei, Cuba, Kameralismus, Reisetagebücher, Briefwechsel].

  • Ottmar Ette: LebensZeichen. Roland Barthes zur Einführung. Hamburg: Junius Verlag, 2011, 198 p. pp. [Roland Barthes, Semiotik, Frankreich, Strukturalismus, Poststrukturalismus, Marxismus, Dekonstruktion, Erzähltheorie, Kulturtheorie, Philosophie, Massenkultur, Lebenswissen,].

  • Ottmar Ette: ZusammenLebensWissen. List, Last und Lust literarischer Konvivenz im globalen Maßstab. Berlin: Kulturverlag Kadmos, 2010, 400 pp. [Literaturwissenschaft, Lebenswissen, Lebenswissenschaft, TransArea Studies, Philologie, Globalisierung, Europäische Literaturen, Literaturen der Welt, Ästhetik, Berlin, Literatur und Stadt, Literatur und Gewalt, Literaturtheorie].

  • Ottmar Ette: Del macrocosmos al microrrelato. Literatura y creación – nuevas perspectivas transareales. Traducción del alemán de Rosa María S. de Maihold. Guatemala: F & G Editores, 2009, 290 pp. Original author: Ottmar Ette (Spanish) [Literatur, Literaturwissenschaft, Nanophilologie, microrrelato, Lebenswissen, TransArea Studies, Globalisierung, Gabriel García Márquez, Amin Maalouf, Epistemologie].

  • Ottmar Ette: Alexander von Humboldt und die Globalisierung Das Mobile des Wissens. Frankfurt am Main: Insel, 2009, 476 pp. [Alexander von Humboldt, Globalisierung, Literaturwissenschaft, Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Kosmopolitismus, Romantik, Moderne, Reiseliteratur].

  • Ottmar Ette: Literatura en movimiento. Espacio y dinámica de una escritura transgresora de fronteras entre Europa y América. Traducción de Rosa María S. de Maihold. Madrid: CSIC - Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 2008, 411 pp. Original author: Ottmar Ette (Spanish) [Reiseliteratur, Literaturwissenschaft, Max Aub, Honoré de Balzac, Roland Barthes, Jorge Luis Borges, Albert Cohen, Maryse Condé, Alexander von Humboldt, Alfonso Reyes, José Enrique Rodó].

Fantappie, Dr. Irene

Universita di Bologna, Italy
Field of research: Italian literature
Host: Prof. Dr. Hartmut Böhme Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Irene Fantappiè: Karl Kraus e Shakespeare. Recitare, citare, tradurre. Macerata: Quodlibet, 2012.

Fathurahman, Dr. Oman

Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, Indonesia
Field of research: Islamic studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Edwin P. Wieringa Universität zu Köln
  • Oman Fathurahman and Munawar Holil: Catalogue of Aceh Manuscripts: Ali Hasjmy Collection (indonesisch). Tokyo: C-DATS Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2007, 304 pp. [catalogue, manuscript, Aceh, Indonesia].

  • Oman Fathurahman: Urban Sufism: The Change and Continuity of Tasawwuf Teachings (indonesisch). In: Contemporary Indonesian Islam: Movements and Thoughts (indonesisch). (Ed. Rizal Sukma and Clara Joewono) Jakarta: The Centre for Strategic and International Studies, 2007, [Islam, Sufism, Urban, Indonesia].

  • Oman Fathurahman: Menelusuri Warisan Budaya Melayu di Negeri Kincir Angin(Tracing the Malay Culture Heritage in the Netherlands). In: Media Indonesia. 18 August, 2007, p. 17 - 17 [malay, catalogue, manuscript, Leiden, Indonesia].

  • Oman Fathurahman: Further Research on Ithaf al-Dhaki Manuscripts by Ibrahim al-Kurani. In: From Codicology to Technology: Islamic Manuscripts and their Place in Scholarship. (Ed. Brinkmann, Stefanie and Wiesmueller, Beate) Berlin: Frank &Timme GmbH, 2009, p. 47 - 58 [islamic manuscript, philology, Islam, history].

  • Oman Fathurahman, Toru Aoyama, Kazuhiro Arai, Yumi Sugahara, Salman Abdul Muthalib: Katalog Naskah Dayah Tanoh Abee, Aceh Besar (Aceh Manuscripts: Dayah Tanoh Abee Collection). Jakarta: Komunitas Bambu, TUFS, Manassa, PPIM, PKPM, Dayah Tanoh Abee, 2010, 374 pp. [catalogue, manuscript, Islam, Indonesia, Aceh, philology, Nusantara].

  • Midori Kawashima, Kazuhiro Arai, Oman Fathurahman, Ervan Nurtawab, Yumi Sugahara, Ayumi Yanagiya: A Provisional Catalogue of Southeast Asian Kitabs of Sophia University. Tokyo: Institute of Asian Cultures-Center for Islamic Studies, Sophia University, 2010, 513 pp. [kitab, catalogue, southeast asia, Islam, Indonesia].

  • Midori Kawashima, Kazuhiro Arai, Oman Fathurahman, Ervan Nurtawab, Yumi Sugahara, Ayumi Yanagiya: A Provisional Catalogue of Southeast Asian Kitabs of Sophia University. Tokyo: Institute of Asian Cultures-Center for Islamic Studies, Sophia University, 2010, 513 pp. [kitab, catalogue, southeast asia, Islam, Indonesia].

  • Oman Fathurahman: Tarekat Syattariyah di Minangkabau (Shattariyah Sufi Order in Minangkabau). Jakarta: Prenada, EFEO, PPIM, KITLV, 2008, 186 pp. [Sufism, Sufi Order, Minangkabau, Islam, West Sumatra].

  • Oman Fathurahman: Ithaf al-dhaki by Ibrahim al-Kurani: A Commentary of Wahdat al-Wujud for Jawi Audiences. In: Archipel. 81, 2011, p. 177 - 198 [sufism, wahdat al-wujud, ithaf al-dhaki, al-kurani].

  • Oman Fathurahman: Ithaf al-Dhaki: Tafsir Wahdatul Wujud Bagi Muslim Nusantara. Jakarta: Mizan, 2012, 283 pp. [sufism, Islam, Indonesia, wahdat al-wujud, philology].

  • Oman Fathurahman: New Evidence for Intellectual and Religious Connections between the Ottomans and Aceh. In: From Anatolia to Aceh: Ottomans, Turks, and Southeast Asia. (Ed. A. C. S. Peacock & Annabel Teh Gallop) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015, p. 293 - 309 [history of Ottoman, Aceh, Indonesia, and Islam, Manuscript study].

Featherstone, Dr. habil. Michael

Universite de Paris VII (Denis Diderot), United Kingdom
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Ulrike Wulf-Rheidt Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (DAI)
  • Michael Featherstone, Jean-Michel Spieser, Gülru Tanman, Ulrike Wulf-Rheidt (ed.): The Emperor's House: Palaces from August to the Age of Absolutism [Urban Spaces 4],. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2015, 425 pp. [Palace culture Roman Palaces Medieval Palaces Renaissance Palaces Palaces in the Age of Absolutism].

Fix-Bonner, Prof. Dr. Hans

Universität Greifswald, Germany
Field of research: Scandinavian studies, Nordic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Evelyn S. Firchow University of Minnesota
  • Prof. Dr. Hans Fix-Bonner: Aus Torgau an die gelehrte Welt. Paul Herrmanns Briefe an Björn Magnússon Ólsen, Finnur Jónsson, Geir Tómasson Zoega, Andreas Heusler, Eugen Mogk und Edward Schröder (1903-1924). Saarbrücken: AQ-Verlag, 2015, 183 pp. [History of Germanic Philology].

  • Prof. Dr. Hans Fix-Bonner: Gudbrand Vigfusson, Hugo Gering, and German Scholarship: Or, A Friendship Destroyed. In: Frederic Amory in Memoriam. Old Norse-Icelandic Studies. (Ed. John Lindow, George Clark) Berkeley and Los Angeles: North Pinehurst Press, 2015, p. 269 - 302 [History of Germanic Philology].

  • Prof. Dr. Hans Fix-Bonner: Barend Sijmons an Andreas Heusler - sieben Briefe zwischen 1896 und 1930. In: Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik. 74, 2015, p. 227 - 251 [History of Germanic Philology].

  • Prof. Dr. Hans Fix-Bonner: Altnordische Saga-Bibliothek. Eine deutsch-skandinavische Editionsreihe (1892-1929). In: Influx. Der deutsch-skandinavische Kulturaustausch um 1900. (Ed. Søren R. Fauth, Gísli Magnússon) Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2014, p. 485 - 501 [History of Germanic Philology].

  • Prof. Dr. Hans Fix-Bonner: "Mein lieber Möbius!" Karl Weinholds Breslauer Briefe an Theodor Möbius (1874-1889). In: Śląska republika uczonych – Schlesische Gelehrtenrepublik – Slezská vědecká obec, Vol. 7. . (Ed. Marek Haŀub, Anna Mańko-Matysiak) Dresden - Wrocŀaw: Neisse Verlag - Oficyna Wydawnicza ATUT, 2016, p. 249 - 359 [Geschichte der Philologie].

  • Prof. Dr. Hans Fix-Bonner, Hrsg., unter Mitarbeit v. Birgit Hoffmann : Gustaf Cederschiöld, Briefe an Hugo Gering und Eugen Mogk. Saarbrücken: AQ-Verlag, 2016, xxxvi+630 pp. [Geschichte der Nordischen Philologie].

Flood, Dr. Victoria Ellen

University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
Field of research: English language and literature, English studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Erich Poppe Philipps-Universität Marburg
  • Victoria Flood: An English Owain Prophecy: A New Diplomatic Transcription and Analysis of a Prophecy in All Souls College, Oxford, MS 33. In: Journal of the Early Book Society. 17, 2015, p. 283 - 92 [Paleography, English, Welsh, Prophecy].

  • Victoria Flood, Aisling Byrne: The Romance of the Stanleys: Regional and National Imaginings in the Percy Folio. In: Viator . 46, 2015, p. 327 - 352 [Romance, ballads, Middle English, Stanley earls of Derby, Welsh border, Tudor prophecy].

  • Victoria Flood: Wynnere and Wastoure and the Influence of Political Prophecy. In: Chaucer Review . 49, 2015, p. 227 - 248 [Middle English poetry and prophecy].

  • Victoria Flood: Arthur’s return from Avalon: Geoffrey of Monmouth and the Development of the Legend. In: Arthuriana. 25, 2015, p. 84 - 110 [Arthurian literature, Welsh prophecy, Breton prophecy].

  • Victoria Flood: Henry Tudor and English Prophecy in Wales. In: Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium. 34, 2015, [Tudor prophecy, Welsh translation].

  • Victoria Flood: The Franciscans and English Joachimism: Remembering Richard II in 1404. In: Britain and Italy: Cultural Exchanges in the Late Middle Ages. (Ed. Helen Fulton) York: York Medieval Press, 2016, [Apocalyptic prophecy, England, Wales, Franciscan order].

  • Victoria Flood: Early Tudor Translations of English Prophecy in Wales. In: Crossing Borders in the Insular Middle Ages. (Ed. Victoria Flood, Aisling Byrne) Turnhout: Brepols, 2016, [English and Welsh prophecy, translation].

  • Victoria Flood, Aisling Byrne: Crossing Borders in the Insular Middle Ages. Turnhout: Brepols, 2016, [Comparative medieval literature, English, Norse, Welsh, Irish, French, Latin].

Fogwe, Dr. Evelyn Shiri-Neh

University of Buea, Cameroon
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Roland U. Kießling Universität Hamburg
  • Evelyn Shiri-Neh Fogwe: Akum, AlaPatening and Mankon: Dialects or Languages? A Scientific Contribution to the Language-Dialect Problem. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2014, 287 pp.

Fomin, Dr. Maxim

University of Ulster, United Kingdom
Field of research: Celtic studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Bernhard Maier Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Dr. Maxim Fomin: Instructions for Kings. Secular and Clerical Images of Kingship in Early Ireland and Ancient India. Heidelberg: Winter Verlag, 2013, 580 pp. [Herrschaftsethik, Königsvorstellungen, Weisheitstexte /Irland, Königtum /Altindien, Königtum /Irland, Pali, Sanskrit, De duodecim abusuis saeculi, Cakkavatti-Sihanada Sutta, Tecosca Cormaic, Audacht Morainn, Altirisch ].

  • Dr. Maxim Fomin, Prof. Séamus Mac Mathúna: Stories of the Sea: Reflections on a Research Project on the Subject of Maritime Memorates. In: Yn llawen iawn, yn llawn iaith: Proceedings of the 6th International Colloquium of Societas Celto-Slavica held at the St. Petersburg State University, Russia, between 28-30 June 2012. Studia Celto-Slavica 7 . (Ed. Prof. Dafydd Johnston, Dr Elena Parina, Dr Maxim Fomin) Aberystwyth: Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, 2015, p. 241 - 251 [maritime memorates; Irish folklore; oral tradition; digitisation; folklore collection in Ireland and Gaelic Scotland].

  • Dr. Maxim Fomin: Maritime Memorates and Contemporary Legends of Storm Apparitions and Storm Making in Folklore Traditions of Ireland and Scotland. In: Armenian Folia Anglistika: International Journal of English Studies. 2 (9), 2011, p. 154 - 162 [Storm apparitions; charms; omens of drowning; storm-making ritual practice in Ireland; witches; maritime beliefs; near escape; Irish oral tradition].

  • Dr. Maxim Fomin, Prof. Séamus Mac Mathúna, Prof. Victoria Vertogradova: Sacred Topology of Early Ireland and Ancient India: Religious Paradigm Shift. Washington D.C.: The Institute for the Study of Man, 2010, 240 pp. [sacred; Ireland; India; Sanskrit; Pali Canon; Buddhism; Christianity; topology; topography; dindshenchas; insular monasticism; veneration of sacred places].

  • Maxim Fomin, Séamus Mac Mathúna: Stories of the Sea: Maritime Memorates of Ireland and Scotland. Berlin: Curach bhán publications, 2016, 96 pp. [maritime folklore; memorates; Irish folklore; Scottish folklore; fishing; supernatural; Irish folklore commission; ].

  • Maxim Fomin: The Hunt Scenes of the Irish High Crosses and the Iconography of the Continental Celtic Stag Deity. In: Text and Image: Essential Problems in Art History. 1(2), 2016, p. 6 - 18 [Celtic mythology; sacred hunt; Celtic ideology of kingship; St. Patrick; sacred animals; deer-cult].

  • Maxim Fomin: Evolution of the ‘Righteous Rule’ Concept in Antiquity and Early Medieval Ages. In: History and Theory of Culture: The Almanac. 1, 2016, p. 175 - 196 [righteous ruling; ideology of kingship; early Ireland; early India; ].

  • Maxim Fomin: Legends of Religious Conversion of the Islands of Tory and Sri Lanka (on the basis of Pali and Medieval Irish Narrative Traditions). In: Atlantica: Notes in Historical Poetics. . 13, 2016, p. 4 - 27 Original author: Maxim Fomin (Russian) [religious conversion; saints' legends; hagiography; fight of the cultural hero with the chthonic monster].

Frajzyngier, Prof. Dr. Zygmunt

University of Colorado at Boulder, United States of America
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Dymitr Ibriszimow Universität Bayreuth
  • Zygmunt Frajzyngier: A Grammar of Gidar. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2008, 504 pp. [Linguistics ].

  • Zygmunt Frajzyngier, Paul Eguchi, Roger Prafe, Megan Schwabauer: Dictionary of HDI - A Central Chadic Language of Cameroon. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2015, 187 pp.

Fritz, Prof. Dr. Matthias

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Field of research: Indo-European linguistics, Indo-European studies
Host: Dr. Michael Featherstone Universite de Paris VI (Pierre et Marie Curie)
  • Matthias Fritz: Der Dual im Indogermanischen: Genealogischer und typologischer Vergleich einer grammatischen Kategorie im Wandel. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2011, 294 pp. [Comparative Linguistics, Language Typology, Indo-European Studies].

  • Matthias Fritz: Sur l'évolution du locatif en arménien. In: Grammatical Case in the Languages of the Middle East and Europe: Acts of the International Colloquium "Variations, concurrence et évolution des cas dans divers domaines linguistiques", Paris, 2-4 April 2007. (Ed. Michèle Fruyt, Michel Mazoyer, Dennis Pardee) Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 2011, p. 173 - 177 [Comparative Linguistics, Armenology, Indo-European Studies].

  • Matthias Fritz: Das Kamel im Nadelöhr: Wer war Iwan Akunoff?. In: Studia Niemcoznawcze. 47, 2011, p. 367 - 380 [German Literature, History of Chemistry, Armenian History].

  • Matthias Fritz: Deutsches in Armenien. In: Armenisch-Deutsche Korrespondenz. 150, 2010, p. 52 - 52 [German Studies, German as a Foreign Language, Armenian University].

  • Matthias Fritz: Rezension: Hinge, George: Die Sprache Alkmans. Textgeschichte und Sprachgeschichte. Wiesbaden 2006. In: Gnomon. 84, 2012, p. 360 - 361 [Greek Philology, Comparative Linguistics].

  • Matthias Fritz: Silvae armeniacae I: Zur Etymologie von Armenisch քոր kՙor "Juckreiz". In: Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft. 162, 2012, p. 457 - 459 [Comparative Linguistics, Armenology, Indo-European Studies].

  • Matthias Fritz: Rezension: Eggenstein-Harutunian, Margret: Lehrbuch der armenischen Sprache, 3. Auflage, Hamburg 2007. In: Kratylos. 57, 2012, p. 212 - 214 [Armenology, Armenian as a Foreign Language].

  • Matthias Fritz: Eine anatolisch-armenische Entlehnungsbeziehung (Silvae armeniacae II). In: Na-wa/i-VIR.ZI/A MAGNUS.SCRIBA. Festschrift für Helmut Nowicki zum 70.Geburtstag. (Ed. Cyril Brosch, Annick Payne) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2014, p. 61 - 63 [Comparative Linguistics, Armenology, Indo-European Studies].

  • Matthias Fritz: Literarische Übersetzung als angewandte Linguistik: Von den wissenschaftlichen Mühen am Rande des Geschehens . In: Deutsch als Fremd- und Muttersprache im Mitteleuropäischen Raum. (Ed. Mariana Lăzărescu) Berlin: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Berlin, 2014, p. 119 - 136 [Translation Studies, Applied Linguistics, German Studies].

  • Matthias Fritz: Vom Wandel zwischen den Dimensionen. In: Das Nomen im Indogermanischen: Morphologie, Substantiv versus Adjektiv, Kollektivum: Akten der Arbeitstagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft vom 14. bis 16. September 2011 in Erlangen . (Ed. Norbert Oettinger, Thomas Steer) Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2014, p. 78 - 87 [Comparative Linguistics, Indo-European Studies].

  • Matthias Fritz: Crasis. In: Encyclopedia of Greek Language and Linguistics (EAGLL). (Ed. Georgios Giannakis) Leiden: Brill, 2014, p. 395 - 396 [Greek Philology, Comparative Linguistics].

  • Matthias Fritz: Indogermanistik an der Freien Universität Berlin. In: Beiträge zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte der Freien Universität Berlin. Bd. 7: Die Altertums- und Kunstwissenschaften an der Freien Universität Berlin. (Ed. Karol Kubicki, Siegward Lönnendonker) Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2015, p. 51 - 57 [History of Linguistics, History of Science, German University].

  • Matthias Fritz: Zur Etymologie von armenisch սուրճ surč „Kaffee (Silvae armeniacae III). In: Studia linguistica in honorem Johann Tischler. (Ed. José Virgilio García Trabazo, Henning Marquardt, Silvio Reichmuth ) Innsbruck: Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, 2016, p. 95 - 99 [Comparative Linguistics, Armenology, Armenian Culture].

  • Jared Klein, Brian Joseph, Matthias Fritz: Handbook of Comparative and Historical Indo-European Linguistics (Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft / Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science - HSK 41,1). Berlin / New York: De Gruyter Mouton, 2017, 732 pp. [Comparative Linguistics, Historical Linguistics, Indo-European Studies].

  • Jared Klein, Brian Joseph, Matthias Fritz: Handbook of Comparative and Historical Indo-European Linguistics (Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft / Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science - HSK 41,2). Berlin / New York: De Gruyter Mouton, 2017, 663 pp. [Comparative Linguistics, Historical Linguistics, Indo-European Studies].

Fögen, Prof. Dr. Thorsten

University of Durham, United Kingdom
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. David Blank University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
  • Thorsten Fögen: Tears in the Graeco-Roman World. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2009, 491 pp.

  • Thorsten Fögen: Bodies and Boundaries in Graeco-Roman Antiquity. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2009, 317 pp.

Galinsky, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Karl

University of Texas at Austin, United States of America
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Reinhold F. Glei Ruhr-Universität Bochum
  • Karl Galinsky: Augustus Introduction to the Life of an Emperor. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012, 200 pp.

  • Karl Galinsky: MEMORIA ROMANA Memory in Rome an Rome in Memory. Michigan: The University of Michigan Press, 2014, 193 pp.

  • Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Karl Galinsky, Susan E. Alcock, Rachel Kousser, Tim Whitmarsh, John Weisweiler, Carlos F. Norena, Jas Elsner, Ann Marie Yasin, Brian Rose, Zena Kamash, Alicia Jimenez, Felipe Rojas, Greg Woolf, Steven H. Rutledge, Elizabeth Marlowe: Introduction. In: Cultural Memories in the Roman Empire. (Ed. Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Karl Galinsky, Kenneth Lapatin) Los Angeles, CA, USA: J. Paul Getty Museum, Getty Publications, 2015, p. 1 - 22.

  • Karl Galinsky: Introduction. In: Memory in Ancient Rome & Early Christianity. (Ed. Karl Galinsky) Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2016, p. 1 - 39.

Garzaniti, Prof. Dr. Marcello

Universita degli Studi di Firenze, Italy
Field of research: Slavic and Balkan studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Christian Hannick Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
  • Marcello Garzaniti: Slavia latina und Slavia orthodoxa: Sprachgrenzen und Religion im Mittelalter. In: Grenze und Grenzüberschreitung im Mittelalter. 11. Symposium des Mediävistenverbandes vom 14. bis 17. März 2005 in Frankfurt an der Oder. (Ed. U. Knefelkamp, K. Bosselmann-Cyran) Berlin , 2007, p. 256 - 269.

  • Marcello Garzaniti: Bible and Liturgy in Church Slavonic literature. A New Perspective for Research in Medieval Slavonic Studies. In: Medieval Slavonic Studies. New Perspectives for Research. Études slaves médiévales. Nouvelles perspectives de recherche. (Ed. J. A. Álvarez-Pedrosa, S. Torres Prieto) Paris, 2009, p. 127 - 148.

  • Marcello Garzaniti: P. Thiergen, M. Munk, Russische Begriffsgeschichte der Neuzeit. Beiträge zu einem Forschungsdesiderat, Böhlau Verlag, Köln-Weimar-Wien 2006, pp. 547. In: Studi slavistici. 5, 2008, p. 340 - 342.

  • Marcello Garzaniti: Christian Hannick, Das Altslavische Hirmologion. Edition und Kommentar, Weiher, Freiburg I. Br. 2006, pp. XXIII-877. In: Studi slavistici. 5, 2008, p. 304 - 307.

Geller, Prof. Dr. Markham J.

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Field of research: Ancient Near Eastern studies, ancient Oriental languages
Host: Prof. Dr. Eva Cancik-Kirschbaum Freie Universität Berlin
  • Markham J. Geller: Evil Demons: Canonical Utukku Lemnutu Incantations. Helsinki: The Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, 2007, xxiii + 310 pp. [Mesopotamian magic; Sumerian and Akkadian incantations].

  • Markham J. Geller: Ancient Babylonian Medicine. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010, 221 pp.

  • Markham J. Geller: Look to the Stars: Babylonian medicine, magic, astrology and melothesia. Berlin: MPI für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, 2010, 90 pp.

Gerard, Dr. Christophe

Aix-Marseille Universite, France
Field of research: French (linguistics)
Host: Prof. Dr. Johannes Kabatek Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Christophe Gerard: Sur l'identité de la poésie et du langage. In: Energeia. 1, 2009, p. 118 - 127 [Coseriu, poetry, language, text, linguistics, Croce, stylistics, textlinguistics].

  • Christophe Gerard: Herméneutique de la valeur (I). Distinctions élémentaires pour l’étude axiologique des textes. In: Qu’est-ce qui fait la valeur des textes ?. (Ed. Christine Chollier) Reims: Éditeur ÉPURE - Éditions et Presses universitaires de Reims, 2011, p. 119 - 180 [values, text, linguistics, hermeneutics, interpretation, semantics, typologie].

  • Christophe Gerard: Création lexicale, sens et textualité. In: Philologie im Netz. 56, 2011, p. 1 - 30 [neologie, textsemantics, lexicologie, morphologie, interpretation].

  • Christophe Gerard: Le sens du mot lumière chez L. Gaspar. De l’idiolecte aux styles individuels — théorie et méthode. In: Lorand Gaspar et la langue. (Ed. Laurence Bougault, Judith Wulf) Editions Styl-m, 2011, p. 94 - 125 [Gaspar, poetry, style, idiolect, semantics, corpus linguistics].

  • Christophe Gerard: L’individu et son langage : idiolecte, idiosémie, style. In: Philologie im Netz. 51, 2010, p. 1 - 40 [idiolect, individual, linguistics, semantics, Bally, Hall, Mitterand, idiosemy, textual semantics].

  • Christophe Gerard: Qu'est-ce qu'une forme inédite ? Percevoir et interpréter les créations verbales. In: Le thème perceptif en linguistique. (Ed. Yves-Marie Visetti) Paris: Editions CNRS, 2011.

  • Christophe Gerard: L'évaluation des textes et ses points de vue linguistiques. In: Coseriu, réceptions contemporaines : philosophie, créativité, texte. (Ed. Christophe Gérard, Régis Missire) Limoges: Lambert-Lucas, 2011, [linguistical values, point of view, levels of language, text, evaluation].

  • Christophe Gerard, Régis Missire: Coseriu, réceptions contemporaines : philosophie, créativité, texte. Limoges: Lambert-Lucas, 2011, [Coseriu, philosophie of language, textlinguistics, semantics, creativity].

Gernert, Prof. Dr. Folke

Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany
Field of research: Ibero-Romance literature
Host: Prof. Dr. Pedro M. Catedra Garcia Universidad de Salamanca
  • Jacques Joset & Folke Gernert (eds): Francisco Delicado, La Lozana Andaluza. Barcelona: Galaxia Gutenberg, 2007, 136+596 pp.

  • Folke Gernert: El contrafactum del Credo en el Morgante de Luigi Pulci y en la traducción castellana de Jerónimo Aunés. In: De la literatura caballeresca al Quijote. (Ed. Juan Manuel Cacho Blecua) Zaragoza: Prensas universitarias, 2007, p. 201 - 232.

  • Folke Gernert: Traitement de la matière ovidienne: la métamorphose en oiseau dans le Baldo (Séville, 1542). In: Les oiseaux: de la réalité à l¿imaginaire. Actes du colloque international des 1er, 2 et 3 juin 2005. Lyon: C.E.D.I.C. , 2007, p. 60 - 83.

Greatrex, Prof. Dr. Geoffrey

University of Ottawa, Canada
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Albrecht Berger Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
  • Geoffrey Greatrex: The early years of Justin I in the sources. In: Electrum. 12, 2007, p. 99 - 113 [Justin I; Vitalian; Malalas; Amantius; chronicles].

  • Geoffrey Greatrex: Dukes of the Eastern Frontier. In: Wolf Liebeschuetz Reflected. (Ed. J. Drinkwater, B. Salway) London: Institute of Classical Studies, 2007, p. 87 - 98 [Roman eastern frontier; dux; Roman army; Late Antiquity].

  • Geoffrey Greatrex: Roman frontiers and foreign policy in the East. In: Aspects of the Roman East. (Ed. R. Alston, S.N.C. Lieu) Turnhout: Brepols, 2007, p. 103 - 173 [Roman imperialism; Roman eastern frontier; Roman maps; frontiers; limes;].

  • Geoffrey Greatrex: Moines, militaires et défense de la frontière orientale au VIe s. In: The Late Roman Army in the Near East from Diocletian to the Arab Conquest. (Ed. A.S. Lewin, P. Pellegrini) Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 2007, p. 285 - 297 [Roman eastern frontier; monks; Council of Chalcedon; Monophysitism; Roman army].

  • Geoffrey Greatrex Rob Phenix Cornelia Horn: The Chronicle of Pseudo-Zachariah Rhetor. Church and War in Late Antiquity. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2011, 562 + xiv pp. Original author: Pseudo-Zachariah of Mytilene (Syriac) [Church history; Byzantine chronicles; Syriac chronicles; Late Antiquity; Roman eastern frontier; Council of Chalcedon; Henotikon; Syriac historiography].

  • Geoffrey Greatrex Jitse Dijkstra: Patriarchs and Politics in Constantinople in the reign of Anastasius (with a Reedition of O. Mon. Epiph. 59). In: Millennium. 6, 2009, p. 223 - 264 [Church history; Byzantine politics; Emperor Anastasius; Council of Chalcedon].

  • Geoffrey Greatrex: Le pseudo-Zacharie de Mytilène et l'historiographie syriaque au VIe s. In: L'historiographie syriaque. (Ed. Muriel Debié) Paris: Geuthner, 2009, p. 33 - 55 [Syriac historiography; Byzantine chronicles; Syriac chronicles].

Gubbini, Dr. Gaia

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Field of research: Romance languages and literature, Romance studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Joachim Küpper Freie Universität Berlin
  • Gaia Gubbini: The sense of touch and desire in Troubadour poetry (Tactus, osculum, factum. Il senso del tatto e il desiderio nella lirica trobadorica) . Rome: Nuova Cultura, 2009, 378 pp. [sense of touch, desire, troubadour poetry, patristics ].

  • Gaia Gubbini: Far away birds - from a poem by Jaufre Rudel (Auzelhs de lonh). In: Critica del testo. XII/2-3, 2009, p. 39 - 47 [Jaufre Rudel; Rhetorica ad Herennium; Thierry de Chartres].

  • Gaia Gubbini: Potions d'oïl in Bernart de Ventadorn (Filtri d'oïl in Bernardo di Ventadorn). In: Critica del testo. XII/1, 2009, p. 133 - 152 [Bernart de Ventadorn; Chrétien de Troyes; Énéas; Tristan et Yseut; Thomas; Béroul].

  • Gaia Gubbini: At the margins of canon: on attribution to Iacopone in the ancient tradition (Ai margini del canone: sull’attribuibilità a Iacopone nella tradizione antica). In: The life and work of Iacopone da Todi (La vita e l’opera di Iacopone da Todi). Spoleto: Centro Italiano di Studi sull’Alto Medioevo, 2007, p. 489 - 513 [Iacopone da Todi; manuscript tradition; critical edition].

  • Gaia Gubbini: Root of love: Augustine, Dante and Petrach (with Bernart of Ventadorn) [Radix amoris: Agostino, Dante e Petrarca (con Bernardo di Ventadorn)]. In: Critica del testo, Dante, oggi/2. XIV/2, 2011, p. 465 - 481 [[Dante Alighieri, Augustine, Petrarch, Patristics, Ancient Italian Literature, Troubadour Poetry]].

  • Gaia Gubbini: La poésie lyrique des troubadours, le sens du toucher et le corps du désir. Rome: Bagatto Libri, 2012, 50 pp. [Troubadour Poetry, Senses in Literature, France in Middle Ages].

  • Gaia Gubbini: “Pus vey lo fer temps frevoluc: Bernart de Venzac contra Guglielmo IX”. In: “Los que fan viure e treslusir l’occitan”, Actes du Xe congrès de l’AIEO, Béziers, 12-19 juin 2011.. (Ed. C. Alén Garabato, C. Torreilles et M-J. Verny.) Limoges: Éditions Lambert-Lucas, 2014, p. 327 - 331 [Troubadour Poetry Debates in Medieval Poetry Theory of Love in Middle Ages Medieval France ].

  • Gaia Gubbini: « Amor de lonh »: Jaufre Rudel, Agostino e la tradizione monastica. In: "Dai pochi ai molti". Rome, 2014, p. 885 - 892 [Augustine of Hippo, Troubadour Poetry, Medieval Literature, Medieval Philosophy, Patristics, Cistercians.].

  • Gaia Gubbini: Le chronotope du sommeil-rêve dans les lais et dans les romans arthuriens français en vers. In: Forme del tempo e del cronotopo nelle letterature romanze e orientali. Rubbettino, 2014, p. 479 - 490 [Arthurian Studies; Medieval Literature; Medieval France; Love Dream in Literature.].

  • Gaia Gubbini: Patologia amorosa. Due fenomeni nella lirica d’oïl . In: "Ragionar d'amore". Il lessico delle emozioni nella lirica medievale. Atti del convegno dell'Università degli studi di Siena, 17-19 aprile 2013.. Florence: Sismel, 2015.

  • Gaia Gubbini: "Corps et esprit dans les littératures de la France médiévale". In: "Corps et esprit au Moyen Âge: littérature, philosophie, médecine". Actes du colloque à la Freie Universität de Berlin, 13-14 Novembre 2014. Berlin , 2015.

  • Gaia Gubbini: Les troubadours et la musique: interférences entre culture chrétienne et culture profane. In: La poésie médiévale: sources et transmissions entre philologie et musicologie. Actes du colloque de l'École Pratique des Hautes Études, 27-29 Juin 2013. (Ed. C. Chaillou, G. Gubbini, F. Zinelli) Paris, 2015.

Guermeur, Dr. habil. Ivan

Universite de Montpellier III, France
Field of research: Egyptology
Host: Prof. Dr. Christian Leitz Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Ivan Guermeur: À propos de l'épigraphie ptolémaïque. L'exemple du mammisi de Philae. In: Égypte, Afrique & Orient. 46, 2007, p. 15 - 22 [Egyptology Epigraphy Ptolemaic Philae].

  • Ivan Guermeur: Une nouvelle nécropole à Athribis. In: Chronique d'Égypte. 82, 2007, p. 147 - 156 [Egyptology Archaeology Delta Athribis].

  • Ivan Guermeur: Les nouveaux papyrus hiératiques exhumés sur le site de Tebtynis: un aperçu. In: Graeco-Roman Fayum – Texts and Archaeology. (Ed. Sandra Lippert, Maren Schentuleit) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2008, p. 113 - 122 [Egyptology Fayum Papyrus Hieratic Rituals].

Halayqa, Dr. Issam K. H.

Birzeit University, Palestinian Territories
Field of research: Semitic studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Shabo Talay Freie Universität Berlin
  • Issam K. H. Halayqa: Traditional Agricultural and Domestic Tools in Palestinian Arabic. Wiesbaden: Otto Harassowitz GmbH & Co. KG, 2014, 217 pp.

Hayoun, Prof. Dr. Maurice Ruben

Universite de Geneve, Switzerland
Field of research: Jewish studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Peter Schäfer Freie Universität Berlin
  • Maurice Ruben Hayoun: Abraham - Un patriarche dans l'histoire. Paris: Ellipses, 2009, 336 pp.

  • Prof. Dr. Maurice Ruben Hayoun: Leo Back - Repräsentant des liberalen Judentums. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft (WBG), 2015, 400 pp.

  • Prof. Dr. Maurice-Ruben Hayoun: Martin Buber, une introduction. Paris: Pocket, 2013, 540 pp.

Heinrich, Dr. habil. Patrick

Universita Ca Foscari Venezia, Italy
Field of research: Japanese studies, Japanology
Host: Prof. Dr. Masahide Ishihara University of the Ryukyus
  • Patrick Heinrich (with Yuko Sugita): Japanese as a Foreign Language in the Age of Globalization. München: Iudicium, 2008.

  • Patrick Heinrich (with Shin Matsuo): Higashi ajia no gengo fukko [Language Revitalization in East Asia]. Tokyo: Sangensha, 2010.

Herren, Prof. Dr. Michael Wayne

York University, Canada
Field of research: Latin philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Hans Sauer Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
  • Michael Wayne Herren: The Cosmography of Aethicus Ister. Turnhout: Brepols, Belgien, 2011, 360 pp.

  • Michael Wayne Herren: The Study Of Greek In Ireland In The Early Middle Ages. In: Settimane Di Studio Della Fondazione Centro Italiano Di Studi Sull'Alto Medioevo. LVII, 2010, p. 511 - 532.

Hodkinson, Dr. Owen David

University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Thomas A. Schmitz Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • Owen Hodkinson: Authority and Tradition in Philostratus' Heroikos. Lecce, Italy: Pensa Multimedia, series 'Satura', 2011, 145 pp. [Ancient Greek Literature Second Sophistic Philostratus Rhetoric Sophistry Plato ].

Hölbl, Dr. Günther

Universität Wien, Austria
Field of research: Egyptology
Host: Prof. Dr. Reinhold Merkelbach Universität zu Köln
  • G. Hölbl: Egitto Romano, I-II: Storia e Cultura Religiosa. Milano: Mondadori, 2014, 384 pp. [Römisches Ägypten ägyptische Tempel Römische Kaiser Pharao Ägyptische Religion].

Idelson-Shein, Dr. Iris

, Germany
Field of research: Jewish studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Christian Wiese Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
  • Iris Idelson-Shein: The Monstrous 'Mame': Mapping the Margins of Maternity in Early Modern Jewish Discourse. In: Jewish Social Studies. 20.3, 2015, [Infanticide Monsters Gender Studies Jewish History Early Modern].

Igboanusi, Prof. Dr. Herbert S.

University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Field of research: English (linguistics)
Host: Dr. Lothar Peter Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Herbert S. Igboanusi: A Dictionary of Nigerian English Usage. Berlin: LitVerlag, 2010, 369 pp.

Ilin, Dr. Stancu

Romanian Academy, Romania
Field of research: Romanian language and literature
Host: Prof. Dr. Richard Brinkmann Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Stancu Ilin: Aurel Sasu. In: Dictionarul general al literaturii romane (S / T). (Ed. Eugen Simion) Bucuresti: Editura Univers Enciclopedic, 2007, p. 43 - 45.

  • Stancu Ilin: Radu Selejan. In: Dictionarul general al literaturii romane (S / T). (Ed. Eugen Simion) Bucuresti: Editura Univers Enciclopedic, 2007, p. 166 - 166.

  • Stancu Ilin: Nicolae Tatomir. In: Dictionarul general al literaturii romane (T / Z). (Ed. Eugen Simion) Bucuresti: Editura Univers Enciclopedic, 2009, p. 13 - 15.

  • Stancu Ilin: Pavel Tugui. In: Dictionarul general al literaturii romane (T / Z). (Ed. Eugen Simion) Bucuresti: Editura Univers Enciclopedic, 2009, p. 55 - 56.

  • Stancu Ilin: Gh. D. Vasile. In: Dictionarul general al literaturii romane (T / Z). (Ed. Eugen Simion) Bucuresti: Editura Univers Enciclopedic, 2009, p. 187 - 188.

  • Stancu Ilin: Dimitrie Vatamaniuc. In: Dictionarul general al literaturii romane (T / Z). (Ed. Eugen Simion) Bucuresti: Editura Univers Enciclopedic, 2009, p. 199 - 200.

  • Stancu Ilin: Dragos Vicol. In: Dictionarul general al literaturii romane (T / Z). (Ed. Eugen Simion) 2009: Editura Univers Enciclopedic, 2009, p. 306 - 307.

  • Stancu Ilin: George Zarafu. In: Dictionarul general al literaturii romane (T / Z). (Ed. Eugen Simion) Bucuresti: Editura Univers Enciclopedic, 2009, p. 506 - 507.

Ilin-Tomich, Dr. Alexander

Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
Field of research: Egyptology
Host: Prof. Dr. Ursula Verhoeven-van Elsbergen Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
  • Alexander Ilin-Tomich: Second Intermediate Period. In: UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology. (Ed. Willeke Wendrich, Jacco Dieleman, Elizabeth Frood, Wolfram Grajetzki, John Baines) Los Angeles: UCLA, 2016.

Ilyushechkina, Dr. Dr. Ekaterina

Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Russian Federation
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Gregory Ralph Crane Universität Leipzig
  • Ekaterina Ilyushechkina: Die Völker an der nordöstlichen (kaukasischen) Küste des Pontos in der Antike (nach den Angaben des Dionysios Periegetes) (auf Russisch mit einer englischen Zusammenfassung). In: Vestnik Drevnej Istorii (Journal of Ancient History). 2 (265), 2008, p. 118 - 141 [Dionysios Periegetes, antike Ethnographie, antike Geographie, Schwarzes Meer, antiker Pontos, Kaukasus, Lehrgedicht].

  • Ekaterina Ilyushechkina: Der Katalog der Völker an der südpontischen Küste im Gedicht des Dionysios Periegetes (auf Russisch mit einer englischen Zusammenfassung). In: Vestnik Drevnej Istorii (Journal of Ancient History). 4 (271), 2009, p. 138 - 153 [Dionysios Periegetes, antike Ethnographie, antike Geographie, Schwarzes Meer, Pontos Euxeinos, Lehrgedicht].

  • Ekaterina Ilyushechkina: Südpontische Flüsse in der Erdbeschreibung des Dionysios Periegetes (auf Russisch). In: Gaudeamus igitur. Festschrift zum 60. Jubiläum von Herrn Prof. Dr. Alexander V. Podossinov. (Ed. Tatjana N. Jackson, Irina G. Konovalova, Georgy R. Tsetskhladze) Moskau: Dmitriy Pozharskiy University, 2010, p. 176 - 183 [Dionysios Periegetes, antike Geographie, antikes Schwarmeergebiet].

  • Ekaterina Ilyushechkina: Gründungsmythen im geographischen Lehrgedicht des Dionysios Periegetes (auf Russisch). In: Stanzas of Friendship. Studies in Honour of Tatjana N. Jackson. (Ed. Natalja Yu. Gvozdetskaja, Irina G. Konovalova, Elena A. Melnikova, Alexandr V. Podossinov) Moscow: Dmitriy Pozharskiy University, 2011, p. 135 - 144 [Dionysios Periegetes, Lehrgedicht, antike Mythographie, Gründungsmythen].

  • Ekaterina Ilyushechkina: The sacral geography of the Southern Pontus by Dionysius Periegetes (in Russian). In: Classics… and beyond: In honor of Nina Vladimirovna Braginskaya. (Ed. Nikolaz P. Grintser, E. P. Shumilova) Moscow: RGGU (Russian State Universitz of Humanites), 2011, p. 103 - 123 [Dionysios Periegetes, antike Geographie, Schwarzmeergebiet].

  • Ekaterina Ilyushechkina: Skythischer Winter in der Beschreibung des Dionysios Periegetes (auf Russisch). In: ΝΥΜΦΩΝ ΑΝΤΡΟΝ. Festschrift für Frau Prof. Dr. Aza A. Taho-Godi. (Ed. Alexej I. Solopov) Moskau: MGU (Moskauer Staatsuniversität), 2011, p. 169 - 177 [Dionysios Periegetes, antike Ethnographie, antike Geographie, Lehrgedicht].

Ivanov, Dr. Sergei

Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
Field of research: Celtic studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Erich Poppe Philipps-Universität Marburg
  • Dr. Sergei Ivanov Dr. Svetlana Kleyner: The English versions of the Friday legend: three and twelve. In: Medium Aevum. 84, 2015, p. 189 - 212 [the twelve Fridays legend, manuscript tradition, English literature, short devotional texts].

  • Dr. Sergei Ivanov: A note on the calendar of the Liber Floridus. In: Traditio. 70, 2015, p. 145 - 158 [medieval calendars, Liber Floridus, Latin versions of the twelve Fridays legend].

Jain-Neubauer, Dr. Jutta

, Germany
Field of research: Asian studies, Asian languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Rekha Vaidya Rajan Jawaharlal Nehru University
  • Jutta Jain-Neubauer: Udumbara: The Threshold at the Entrance of a Temple. In: Art, Icon and Architecture in South Asia. (Ed. Anila Verghese Anna L. Dallapiccola) New Delhi: Aryan Book International, 2015, p. 421 - 434.

Justel Vicente, Dr. Josue Javier

Universidad de Alcala, Spain
Field of research: Ancient Near Eastern studies, ancient Oriental languages
Host: Prof. Dr. Stefan M. Maul Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
  • Betina-I. Faist, Josue Javier Justel, Juan-Pablo Vita: Bibliografía de los estudios de Emar (4). In: Ugarit-Forschungen. 41, 2009, p. 181 - 191 [Syria Emar Bibliography].

  • Josue Javier Justel: A New Expression for Adoption from Nuzi and Ekalte. Some Remarks on the Role of Adoption During the Late Bronze Age. In: Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft. 161, 2011, p. 1 - 15 [Cuneiform Law Adoption Mesopotamia Syria Late Bronze Age].

  • Josue Javier Justel: “Se irá desnuda de mi casa…”. Las relaciones de la viuda con otros hombres y su expulsión del hogar (Norte de Mesopotamia y Siria durante el Bronce Final). In: "Esta Toledo, aquella Babilonia". Convivencia e interacción en las sociedades del Oriente y del Mediterráneo antiguos. (Ed. Juan Antonio Belmonte, Juan Oliva) Cuenca: Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 2011, p. 217 - 240 [Mesopotamia Siria Women Widow Will].

Kehayov, Dr. Petar

University of Tartu, Estonia
Field of research: Finno-Ugrian studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Björn Hansen Universität Regensburg
  • Petar Kehayov, Helle Metslang, Karl Pajusalu: Evidentiality in Livonian. In: Linguistica Uralica . 48, 2012, p. 41 - 54 [Finnic languages, evidentiality, mood, modality].

Kelly, Dr. Adrian D.

University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Rösler Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Adrian D. Kelly: A Referential Commentary and Lexicon to Homer, Iliad VIII. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007, 528 pp.

  • Adrian D. Kelly: APSORROOU WKEANOIO - A Babylonian Reminiscence?. In: Classical Quarterly. 57, 2007, p. 280 - 282.

  • Adrian D. Kelly: Stesikhoros and Helen. In: Museum Helveticum. 64, 2007, p. 1 - 21.

  • Adrian D. Kelly: How to end an orally derived epic poem. In: TAPA. 137, 2007, p. 371 - 402.

  • Adrian D. Kelly: 'The Ending of Iliad 7: a response'. In: Philologus . 152, 2008, p. 5 - 17.

Kelly, Prof. Dr. Gavin A. J.

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Field of research: Latin philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Therese Fuhrer Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
  • Gavin Kelly and Justin Stover: The Hersfeldensis and the Fuldensis of Ammianus Marcellinus: A Reconsideration. In: Cambridge Classical Journal. 62, 2016, p. 108 - 129 [Ammianus Marcellinus manuscript studies Textual transmission].

Kenzheakhmet, Dr. Nurlan

Institute of Oriental Studies, Kazakhstan
Field of research: Sinology
Host: Prof. Dr. Ralph Kauz Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • Dr. Nurlan Kenzheakhmet: Central Asian Place Names in the Kangnido. In: Journal of Asian History. 49, 2015, p. 141 - 160.

  • Dr. Nurlan Kenzheakhmet: Ethnonyms and Toponyms of the Old Turkic Inscriptions in Chinese Sources. In: Studia et Documenta Turcologica. 2, 2014, p. 287 - 316.

  • Dr. Nurlan Kenzheakhmet: The Qazaq Khanate as Documented in Ming Dynasty Sources. In: Crosroads. 8, 2013, p. 131 - 156.

  • Dr. Nurlan Kenzheakhmet: The Place Names of Euro-Africa in the Kangnido. In: The Silk Road . 14, 2016, p. 106 - 125 [Kangnido, Medieval Arab-Persian maps, Euro-Africa].

  • Dr. Nurlan Kenzheakhmet: Inner Asia in the Kangnido: Contexts for Early Chinese Knowledge of Inner Asia. In: International Confusian Forum-Exchanges and Mutual Learning among Asian Civilizations: Beijing International Symposium, 2. Beijing, 2016, p. 229 - 262.

Kim, Dr. Lawrence Y.

Trinity University, United States of America
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Jonas Grethlein Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
  • Dr. Lawrence Kim: Homer Between History and Fiction in Imperial Greek Literature. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

Kiperwasser, Dr. Reuven

Open University of Israel, Israel
Field of research: Jewish studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Maria Macuch Freie Universität Berlin
  • Dr. Reuven Kiperwasser Dr. Serge Ruzer: Syriac Christians and Babylonian Jewery: Narratives and Identity Shapping,. In: Patristic Studies in the Twenty-First Century Proceedings of an International Conference to Mark the 50th Anniversary of the International Association of Patristic Studies. (Ed. C. Harrison, B. Bitton-Ashkelony, T. De Bruyn (eds.)) Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2015, p. 421 - 440 [Rabbinics, Syriac Patristic writings, History of Religion].

Kirichenko, Dr. Alexander

Universität Trier, Germany
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Danuta Renu Shanzer Universität Wien
  • Alexander Kirichenko: Lehrreiche Trugbilder. Senecas Tragödien und die Rhetorik des Sehens. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2013, 304 pp.

Kirschbaum, Prof. Dr. Heinrich

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Field of research: Slavic and Balkan studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Izabela A. Surynt University of Wroclaw
  • Heinrich Kirschbaum: Im intertextuellen Schlangennest - Adam Mickiewicz und polnisch-russisches (anti-)imperiales Schreiben. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang GmbH, 2016, 454 pp.

Kirstein, Prof. Dr. Robert

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany
Field of research: Latin philology
Host: Prof. Dr. William M. Calder III University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • S. Heilen, R. Kirstein, R. S. Smith, S. Trzaskoma, M. Vorwerk, R. van der Wal (Eds.): In Pursuit of Wissenschaft. Festschrift W. M. Calder III zum 75. Geburtstag. Hildesheim: Olms Weidmann, 2008, XIV & 508 pp. [History of Classical Scholarship, Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Ulrich von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff].

  • Robert Kirstein: Junge Hirten und alte Fischer. Die Gedichte 27, 20 und 21 des Corpus Theocriteum (Texte und Kommentare, Vol. 29). Berlin / New York: De Gruyter, 2007, X & 247 pp. [Hellenistic poetry, Theocritus, Bucolic poetry].

  • Robert Kirstein, together with Alberto Gil (Eds.): Wissenstransfer und Translation. Zur Breite und Tiefe des Übersetzungsbegriffs. (Hermeneutik und Kreativität, Vol. 3). St. Ingbert: Röhrig Univer-sitätsverlag, 2015, 301 pp. [Translation, Übersetzungstheorie].

  • Robert Kirstein: Entscheidung in höchster Not. List und Strategie in antiker Literatur. In: Entscheidungen. Geistes- und sozialwissenschaftliche Beiträge zu Theorie und Praxis. (Ed. Armin Glatzmeier, Hendrik Hilgert) Wiesbaden: Springer, 2015, p. 91 - 113 [Strategy, Odysseus, Euripides, Herodotus].

  • Robert Kirstein: Further Languages bei Ovid. Fiktive Mehrsprachigkeit und Fiktionalität. In: Wissenstransfer und Translation. Zur Breite und Tiefe des Übersetzungsbegriffs. (Ed. Alberto Gil, Robert Kirstein) St. Ingbert 2015: Röhrig Uni¬versitätsverlag, 2015, p. 31 - 58 [Fiction, Fictionality, Ovid].

  • Robert Kirstein: Satire and Religion in Hellenistic Poetry. In: Gods and Religion. 9th Groningen Workshop on Hellenistic Poetry. Gods and Religion. Groningen 27–29 August, 2008. (Ed. M.A. Harder, R.F. Regtuit,, G.C Wakker) Leuven: Peeters, 2009, p. 203 - 221 [Hellenistic poetry, Callimachus, Epigram, Religion].

  • Robert Kirstein: Der mitdenkende Leser. Überlegungen zum antiken Rätselepigramm. In: Hermes. 136, 2008, p. 466 - 483 [Epigram, Riddle, Lessing, Greek Anthology (Anthologia Palatina)].

  • Robert Kirstein: Wie gewinnt man ein Urteil über Homer? Ein Brief von U. von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff an W. R. Paton. In: In Pursuit of Wissenschaft, Festschrift W. M. Calder III. zum 75. Geburtstag. (Ed. S. Heilen, R. Kirstein, R. S. Smith, S. Trzaskoma, M. Vorwerk, R. van der Wal) Hildesheim: Olms Weidmann, 2008, p. 223 - 264 [Homer, History of Classical Scholarship, Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Ulrich von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff, W. R. Paton].

  • Robert Kirstein: Der sehende Drache. Raumnarratologische Überlegungen zu Ovids Metamorphosen. In: Translatio humanitatis. Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Peter Riemer. (Ed. Christoph Kugelmeier) St. Ingbert: Röhrig Universitätsverlag, 2015, p. 209 - 238 [Ovid, Metamorphosen, Landschaft, Narratologie, Raumnarratologie, Fokalisierung, Kadmus].

  • Robert Kirstein: Klassik versus Klassik. Iphigenie bei Goethe und Euripides. In: Emotions in Antiquity. Blessing or Curse?. (Ed. Annette Harder, Katrin Stöppelkamp) Leuven: Peeters, 2016, p. 51 - 75 [Emotions, Euripides, Goethe, Iphigeneia of Tauris, Reception of Classical Antiquity].

  • Robert Kirstein: Ficta et Facta. Reflexionen über den Realgehalt der Dinge bei Ovid. In: Zeitschrift für Ästhetik und Allgemeine Kunstwissenschaft. 60, 2015, p. 257 - 277 [Ovid, Possible Worlds Theory, Narratology, Theory of Fictionality].

  • Robert Kirstein: Gewaltzeiten. Violence in an Erotic Landscape: Catullus, Caesar and the Borders of Empire and Existence (carm. 11). In: Cultural Perceptions of Violence in the Hellenistic World. (Ed. Lara O’Sullivan, Luca Asmont, Michael Champion) London / New York: Routledge, 2017, p. 191 - 207 [Catullus, Lesbia, Violence, Roman poetry].

Kizilov, Dr. Mikhail B.


Field of research: Jewish studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Stefan Schreiner Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Mikhail Kizilov: The Sons of Scripture. The Karaites in Poland and Lithuania in the Twentieth Century. Warsaw / Berlin: De Gruyter, 2015, xvii, 527 pp. [Karaites, Jews, Eastern Europe, Holocaust].

Konuk, Prof. Dr. Kader

Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Field of research: Turkish studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Catherine E. Rigby Monash University
  • Kader Konuk: Erich Auerbach and the Humanist Reform to the Turkish Education System. In: Comparative Literature Studies. 45.1, 2008, p. 74 - 89 [Humanism, Jewish-German exile, Erich Auerbach, Turkey].

  • Kader Konuk: Eternal Guests, Mimics, and Dönme: The Place of German and Turkish Jews in Modern Turkey. In: New Perspectives on Turkey. 37, 2007, p. 5 - 30 [Jewish-German Exile, Turkish Jews, Turkey, Imitation, Nationhood, Erich Auerbach].

  • Kader Konuk: Taking on German and Turkish History: Emine Sevgi Özdamar¿s Seltsame Sterne. In: Gegenwartsliteratur: German Studies Yearbook. 6, 2007, p. 232 - 256 [Turkish-German Literature, Emine Sevgi Özdamar, Holocaust, historical legacy, Armenian Genocide, citizenship].

  • Kader Konuk: Antagonistische Weltanschauungen in der türkischen Moderne: Die Beteiligung von Emigranten und Nationalsozialisten an der Grundlegung der Nationalphilologien in Istanbul. In: Istanbul: Geistige Wanderungen aus der Welt in Scherben?. (Ed. Faruk Birtek, Georg Stauth) Bielefeld: transcript, 2007, p. 191 - 216 [jüdisch-deutsches Exil, Modernisierung der türkischen Universitäten].

Kosek, Dr. Pavel

Masaryk University, Czech Republic
Field of research: Western Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Tilman Berger Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Dr. Pavel Kosek: Vývoj slovosledu kondicionálového auxiliáru ve starších českých biblích / Development of the word order of conditional auxiliary in Older Czech Bibles. In: Časopis pro moderní filologii. 97(1), 2015, p. 58 - 69 [development of Czech Language, enclitic, conditional, auxiliary, older Czech Bibles].

  • Dr. Pavel Kosek: Development of Word Order of Preterite Auxiliary Clitics in Old Czech Bibles. In: Slavic Languages in the Perspective of Formal Grammar. Proceedings of FDSL 10.5, Brno 2014.. (Ed. Markéta Ziková, Pavel Caha, Mojmír Dočekal (eds).) Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxell: Peter Lang, 2015, p. 178 - 198 [development of Czech Language, enclitic, preterite, auxiliary, Old Czech Bibles].

  • Dr. Pavel Kosek: Slovosled auxiliáru préterita v českých raně novověkých biblích. In: Linguistica Brunensia. 63, 2015, p. 109 - 124 [clitic; Early Modern Czech (Middle Czech) Bibles; historical linguistics].

  • Pavel Kosek: Wortstellung des Präteritum-Auxiliars in der alttschechischen Olmützer Bibel. In: Die Welt der Slaven. Internationale Halbjahresschrift für Slavistik. 62, 2017, p. 22 - 41 [(en)clitic, development of Czech language, vernacular Bible translations].

Krivko, Dr. Roman

Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
Field of research: Eastern Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Werner Lehfeldt Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Roman Krivko: Tagas in der russischen historischen Lexikographie und Etymologie. In: Schnittpunkt Slavistik - Teil 3: Vom Wort zum Text. (Ed. Irina Podtergera) Göttingen: V & R unipress GmbH/ Bonn University Press, 2012, p. 59 - 68.

  • Roman N. Krivko: Очерки языка древних церковнославянских рукописей [Studien zur Sprache alter kirchenslavischer Handschriften]. Moscow: Indrik, 2015, 434 pp.

  • R. Krivko, L. Astakhina, E. Derzhavina, N. Kuleva, K. Maksimovich, V. Krysko, M. Malygina, Ja. Penjkova, A. Soboleva et al.: Словарь русского языка XI–XVII вв. [Wörterbuch der russischen Sprache der 11.-17. Jh.]. Bd. 30. 2015, 320 pp.

  • G. Hentschel, A. u. M. Pryhodzič, O. Taranenko, R. Krivko: Bibliographie zu deutschen Lehnwörtern im Weißrussischen, Ukrainischen und Russischen. Oldenburg: BIS-Verlag der Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, 2016, 62 pp.

  • Ed. by R. Krivko, B. Lourié, A. Orlov.: Ars Christiana. In memoriam Michail F. Murianov (21.XI 1928 — 6.VI 1995) (= Scrinium. Journal of Patrology, Critical Hagiography, and Ecclesiastical History, vol. 7–8). Parts 1, 2. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2012, 331+369 pp.

Krysko, Prof. Dr. Dr. Vadim

Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
Field of research: Eastern Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Werner Lehfeldt Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Vadim Krys'ko: Russische historische Lexikographie (11.-17 Jh.): Probleme und Perspektiven [auf russisch]. In: Voprosy jazykoznanija. 1, 2007, p. 103 - 118 [Russisch, historische Lexikographie].

  • Vadim Krys'ko: Russische historische Woerterbuecher im Kreise von kirchenslavischen Woerterbuechern [auf russisch]. In: Slavia. 76, 2007, p. 65 - 71 [Kirchenslavisch, Lexikographie].

  • Vadim Krys'ko: Neue griechische Vorlagen des Kanons zu Ehren Kyrills des Philosophen [auf russisch]. In: Palaeobulgarica . 31, 2007, p. 21 - 48 [Paleoslavistik, Byzantinistik, Hymnographie].

  • Vadim Krys'ko: Altrussische Sprache [auf russisch]. In: Bol'shaja rossijskaja enciklopedija, Band 9. (Ed. Jury Osipov e.a.) Moskau: Bol'shaja rossijskaja enciklopedija, 2007, p. 339 - 340 [Altrussisch].

  • Vadim Krys'ko: Essays zur russischen Sprachgeschichte [auf russisch]. Moskau: Gnosis, 2007, 424 pp. [Russisch, schriftliche Denkmaeler, historische Grammatik, historische Lexikologie, Etymologie].

  • Vadim Krys'ko: Erfassen des Sinnlosen: zur Interpretation der uebersetzten hymnographischen Texte [auf russisch]. In: Dar slovesny: Festschrift für Christoph Koch zum 65. Geburtstag. (Specimina philologiae slavicae; Bd. 146). (Ed. Wolfgang Hock, Michael Meier-Bruegger) Muenchen: Sagner, 2007, p. 177 - 190 [altslavische Uebersetzungen aus Griechisch, Hymnographie].

  • Vadim Krys'ko: Zu einigen "dunklen Woertern" in den altrussischen Texten. In: Jazyk kak materija smysla. (Ed. M.V. Ljapon) Moskau: Azbukovnik, 2007, p. 564 - 574 [Altrussisch, Lexikologie ].

  • Vadim Krys'ko: Ueber griechische Vorlagen und Rekonstruktion des urspruenglichen Textes der altrussischen Stichera zum Boris-Tag [Auf russisch]. In: Miscellanea Slavica: Festschrift zum 70. Geburtstag von Boris Andreevich Uspenskij. (Ed. F.B.Uspenskij) Moskau: Indrik, 2008, p. 92 - 108 [Old Russian hymnography, Greek sources, reconstruction ].

  • Vadim Krys'ko: Fruehere slavische hymnographische Texte: Quellen und Rekonstruktion (am Material des Kanons zu Ehren Kyrills des Philosophen). In: Izvestija Rossijskoj akademii nauk. Serija literatury i jazyka. 3, 2008, p. 3 - 23 [Old Slavonic hymnography, Greek sources, reconstruction].

  • Vadim Krys'ko: Rez.: Tipografskij ustav: Ustav s Kondakarem konca XI ¿ nachala XII veka. Hrsg. von B.A.Uspenskij. Bd. I¿III. Moskau 2006. In: Voprosy jazykoznanija. 4, 2008, p. 136 - 146 [Alktrussische Sprachdenkmaeler, Edition].

  • Hrsg. von Vadim Krys'ko: Woerterbuch des Altrussischen (11.-14. Jh.). [Slovar' drevnerusskogo jazyka (XI-XIV vv.)]. Bd. 8. Moskau: Azbukovnik, 2008, 768 pp. [Historische Lexikographie, Ostslavisch].

  • Hrsg. von Vadim Krys'ko: Woerterbuch des Russischen der 11.-17. Jh. [Slovar' russkogo jazyka XI-XVII vv.]. Bd. 28. Moskau: Nauka, 2008, 303 pp. [Russische historische Lexikographie, 11.-17. Jahrhundert].

  • Vadim Krysko: Grammatik und Textologie: Zur Rekonstruktion des aeltesten Kanons zu Ehren Kyrills des Philosophen [auf russisch]. In: V tarsene na smisala i invarianta: Sbornik v chest na 80-godishninata na prof. D. S. Stanisheva. (Ed. J.Bachvarov e.a.) Sofia: Sv. Kliment Ohridski, 2008, p. 214 - 224 [Textologie Altkirchenslavische Hymnographie].

  • Vadim Krysko: Post factum: neue griechische Vorlagen zu den Texten des Ilija-Buches [auf russisch]. In: Trudy Otdela drevnerusskoj literatury. 58, 2007, p. 127 - 134 [Slavische Hymnographie Griechische Quellen].

  • Hrsg. von Vadim Krysko: Vesti-Kuranty 1656, 1660–1662, 1664–1670: Fremdsprachige Originale russischer Texte / Studien und Textvorbereitung von Ingrid Maier. Moskau: Jazyki slavjanskoj kul'tury, 2008, 648 pp. [Vorgeschichte der Presse in Russland Europaeische Originale ].

  • Vadim Krysko: Zur Rekonstruktion des aeltesten Kanons zu Ehren Kyrills des Philosophen: 4. Oda [1. Teil, auf russisch]. In: Izvestija Akademii nauk. Serija literatury i jazyka. 1, 2009, p. 16 - 27 [Slavische Hymnographie Griechische Quellen Textologie Rekonstruktion].

  • Vadim Krysko: Zur Rekonstruktion des aeltesten Kanons zu Ehren Kyrills des Philosophen: 4. Oda [Teil 2, auf russisch]. In: Izvestija Akademii nauk. Serija literatury i jazyka. 2, 2009, p. 3 - 21 [Slavische Hymnographie Griechische Quellen Textologie Rekonstruktion].

  • Vadim Krysko: Zur Edition des Februarmenaeums [auf russisch]. In: Russian Linguistics. 1, 2009, p. 65 - 99 [Slavische Hymnographie Editionen Kritische Analyse].

  • Vadim Krysko: Nochmals zur Edition des Februarmenaeums (anlaesslich der Erwiderungen von Hans Rothe) [auf russisch]. In: Acta Linguistica. 2, 2009, p. 3 - 17 [Slavische Hymnographie Editionen Kritische Analyse].

  • Hrsg. von Vadim Krysko: Woerterbuch des Altrussischen (11.-14. Jh.). Bd. 6. 2., verbesserte Ausg. [Auf russisch]. Moskau: Azbukovnik, 2009, 742 pp. [Historische Lexikographie, Ostslavisch].

  • Vadim Krysko: Der altslavische Kanon zu Ehren des Slavenlehrers Kyrill: Quellen und Rekonstruktion (5. Oda) [auf russisch]. In: Die Welt der Slaven. LV, 2010, p. 117 - 147 [Slavische Hymnographie Griechische Quellen Textologie Rekonstruktion].

  • Vadim Krysko: Akoluthie fuer den Slavenlehrer Kyrill nach der Palausov-Handschrift [auf russisch]. In: Text - Sprache - Grammatik. Slavisches Schrifttum der Vormoderne. Festschrift für Eckhard Weiher. (Ed. Juliane Besters-Dilger, Achim Rabus) München; Berlin: Sagner, 2009, p. 95 - 123 [Slavische Hymnographie Handschriftliche Ueberlieferung Suedslavische Tradition].

  • L. V. Prokopenko, V. Zhelyazkova, V. B. Krysko, O. P. Shevchuk, I. M. Ladyzhenskiy; hrsg. von Vadim Krysko: Der slavisch-russische Prolog nach den aeltesten Handschriften. Synaxar fuer September-Februar. Bd. 1: Text und Kommentare. (slavisch). Moskau: Azbukovnik, 2010, LXXX, 824 pp. [Byzantinische Hagiographie, slavische Uebersetzung, Prolog, Synaxar].

  • V. B. Krysko, L. V. Prokopenko, V. Zhelyazkova, I. M. Ladyzhenskiy, A. M. Pentkovskiy: Der slavisch-russische Prolog nach den aeltesten Handschriften. Synaxar fuer September-Februar. Bd. 2: Indices. Abhandlungen (slavisch). Moskau: Azbukovnik, 2011, 856 pp. [Byzantinische Hagiographie, slavische Uebersetzung, Prolog, Synaxa].

  • Vadim Krysko: Zur Rekonstruktion des aeltesten Kanons zu Ehren des Slavenlehrers Kyrill [auf russisch]. In: Schnittpunkt Slavistik. Ost und West im wissenschaftlichen Dialog. Festgabe für Helmut Keipert zum 70. Geburtstag. T. 3: Vom Wort zum Text. . (Ed. Irina Podtergera) Goettingen: V&R unipress; Bonn University Press, 2012, p. 285 - 306 [Slavische Hymnographie Griechische Quellen Textologie Rekonstruktion].

  • Hrsg. von Vadim Krysko: Woerterbuch des Russischen des 11.-17. Jh. [Slovar' russkogo jazyka XI-XVII vv.]. Bd. 29. Moskau: Azbukovnik, 2011, 480 pp. [Russische historische Lexikographie, 11.-17. Jahrhundert].

  • Vadim Krysko: Der altslavische Kanon zu Ehren des Slavenlehrers Kyrill: Quellen und Rekonstruktion (6. Oda). In: Palaeobulgarica. XXXIII, 2009, p. 3 - 59 [Slavische Hymnographie Griechische Quellen Textologie Rekonstruktion].

  • Hrsg. von Vadim Krysko: Woerterbuch des Altrussischen (11.-14. Jh.). Bd. 9. Moskau: LEXRUS, 2012, 480 pp. [Historische Lexikographie, Ostslavisch].

  • Vadim Krysko: Der altslavische Kanon zu Ehren Kyrills des Philosophen: von den Varianten zum Urtext [Auf russisch]. In: Slawistyka 12. (Ed. Natalja Wyszogrodzka-Liberadzka, Agnieszka Spagińska-Pruszak) Gdansk: Wydawnictwo Unowersytetu Gdanskiego, 2012, p. 32 - 44 [Slavische Hymnographie Griechische Quellen Textologie Rekonstruktion].

  • Vadim Krysko: Kopiem’ sloves ti: Zur Rekonstruktion des ältesten Kanons zu Ehren Kyrills des Philosophen [Auf russisch]. In: Pěnie malo Georgiju: Sbornik v čest na 65-godišninata na prof. dfn Georgi Popov. (Ed. Marija Jovčeva) Sofia: Bojan Penev, 2010, p. 48 - 66 [Slavische Hymnographie Griechische Quellen Textologie Rekonstruktion].

Kulikov, Dr. Leonid

Ghent University, Belgium
Field of research: Indian studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Thomas Oberlies Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Leonid Kulikov: The reflexive pronouns in Vedic: A diachronic and typological perspective. In: Lingua. 117 (8), 2007, p. 1412 - 1433 [Vedic, Rgveda, Atharvaveda, reflexive, emphatic, intensifier, pronoun, diachrony, typology, vocative, middle, active, adverbial].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Besprechung: J. Bronkhorst. Tradition and argument in classical Indian Linguistics: the Bahiranga-paribhâshâ in the Paribhâshendushekhara. New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 2003. In: Language. 83(2), 2007, p. 456 - 456 [Sanskrit, grammar, Indian grammatical tradition, hierarchy of rules, metarule].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Reciprocal constructions in Vedic. In: Reciprocal constructions. (Ed. Vladimir Nedjalkov, Emma Geniushiene, Zlatka Guentchéva) Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2007, p. 709 - 738 [Vedic, grammar, verb, voice, diathesis, reciprocal, reciprocal construction, preverb, middle voice, passive, passive of reciprocal, causative, causative of reciprocal, spatial reciprocal, reciprocal pronoun, polyptotic pronoun, symmetric predicate, adverb].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Two calculi for a description of the Vedic verbal system. In: Fonetika i nefonetika. K 70-letiju Sandro V. Kodzasova [Phonetics and non-phonetics. Felicitation volume on the occasion of the 70th birthday of Sandro V. Kodzasov]. (Ed. O.V. Fedorova, A.V. Arxipov, L.M. Zaxarov, A.A. Kibrik, A.E. Kibrik, I.M. Kobozeva, O.F. Krivnova, E.A. Ljutikova ) Moscow: Jazyki slavjanskix kul’tur, 2008, p. 579 - 587 [Vedic, Sanskrit, grammar, Rgveda, verb, verbal system, paradigm, calculus, tense, present, perfect, aorist, subjunctive, future, injunctive, imperative, stative, conditional, thematicization, primary ending, secondary ending].

  • Leonid Kulikov, Maxim Rusanov: Indologica. T. Ya. Elizarenkova Memorial Volume / Sbornik statej pamjati T. Ja. Elizarenkovoj. Moscow: Izdatelstvo RGGU, 2008, 528 pp. [India, Ancient India, Sanskrit, Vedic, Rgveda, Hindi, Dravidian, Tamil, Dardic, Harappa, Mahabharata, Natyashastra, Indo-Iranian, poetry, Ashoka, Prakrit].

  • Leonid Kulikov: The Vedic causative samkhyāpáyati / samkśāpáyati reconsidered. In: Indologica. T. Ya. Elizarenkova Memorial Volume / Sbornik statej pamjati T. Ja. Elizarenkovoj. (Ed. Leonid Kulikov, Maxim Rusanov) Moscow: Izdatelstvo RGGU, 2008, p. 245 - 261 [Vedic, Sanskrit, Brahmana, causative, passive, passive of causative, sattra, ritual, absolutive, reciprocal, transitive, verb of perception, sociative].

  • Leonid Kulikov: The Vedic type patáyati revisited: Semantic oppositions, paradigmatic relationships and historical connections. In: Evidence and Counter-evidence: Essays in honour of Frederik Kortlandt. Vol. I. Balto-Slavic and Indo-European Linguistics (Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics; 32). (Ed. Alexander Lubotsky, Jos Schaeken, Jeroen Wiedenhof) Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2008, p. 323 - 342 [Vedic, Sanskrit, Proto-Indo-European, Rgveda, iterative, causative, telic, atelic, transitive, reduplication, reduplicated present, reduplicated aorist, verb of motion, Slavic].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Evolution of case systems. In: The Oxford Handbook of Case. (Ed. Andrej Malchukov, Andrew Spencer) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008, p. 439 - 457 [case, Indo-Aryan, Tocharian, Lithuanian, Proto-Indo-European, Finno-Ugric, Ossetic, Armenian, Georgian, Russian, Old Church Slavonic, preposition, postposition, animacy, compound, locative, second locative, ablative, partitive, ergative, linguistic area].

  • Jóhanna Barðdal, Leonid Kulikov: Case in decline. In: The Oxford Handbook of Case. (Ed. Andrej Malchukov, Andrew Spencer) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008, p. 470 - 478 [case, case syncretism, Proto-Indo-European, Arabic, Spanish, Latin, Old French, Germanic, Icelandic, oblique subject construction, genitive, dative].

  • Vaclav Blazhek Leonid Kulikov: Tat'jana Jakovlevna Jelizarenkova. In: Linguistica Brunensia. A56, 2008, p. 195 - 207 [Vedic, Sanskrit, indology, Sanskritist, obituary].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Zametki ob upotreblenii reciprokal’nyx mestoimenij v sanskrite [Notes on the use of the reciprocal pronouns in Sanskrit]. In: Donum Paulum. Studia Poetica et Orientalia: k 80-letiju P. A. Grintsera [for the 80th birthday of P. A. Grintser]. (Ed. Natalija Lidova) Moscow: Nauka, 2008, p. 498 - 505 [Sanskrit, reciprocal construction, reciprocal pronoun, Arthashastra, Mahabharata, Ramayana, typology].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Vedic piśá- and Atharvaveda-Śaunakīya 19.49.4 = Atharvaveda-Paippalāda 14.8.4: A note on the Indo-Iranian bestiary. In: Journal of Indo-European Studies. 37, 2009, p. 141 - 154 [Vedic, Rgveda, Atharvaveda, etymology, lexicon, animal names, Slavic, Iranian, Greek, cheetah, antelope, stag].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Review of: F. C. Southworth. Linguistic archaeology of South Asia, London: Routledge Curzon, 2005. In: Acta Orientalia Vilnensia. 8/1, 2007, p. 173 - 177 [South Asian linguistics, linguistic archaeology, glottochronology, Indo-Iranian languages, Nuristani, Dravidian].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Valency-changing categories in Indo-Aryan and Indo-European: A diachronic typological portrait of Vedic Sanskrit. In: Multilingualism. Proceedings of the 23rd Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics, Uppsala University, 1–3 October 2008 (Studia Linguistica Upsaliensia; 8). (Ed. Anju Saxena, Åke Viberg) Uppsala: Uppsala Universitet, 2009, p. 75 - 92 [Vedic, Indo-European, verb, diachrony, typology, transitivity, voice, valency, passive, reflexive, causative, middle voice, degrammaticalization, labile, perfect].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Review of: A. Griffiths and A. Schmiedchen (eds), The Atharvaveda and its Paippalādasākhā: Historical and philological papers on a Vedic tradition. Aachen: Shaker Verlag, 2007. In: Acta Orientalia Vilnensia. 9, 2009, p. 137 - 140 [Vedic, Atharvaveda, philology, lexicography, conjecture, emendation, passive, Upanishad, manuscript].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Bridging typology and diachrony: A preliminary questionnaire for a diachronic typological study of voice and valency-changing categories. In: Problemy grammatiki i tipologii: sbornik statej pamjati V. P. Nedjalkova [Issues in grammar and typology: A memorial volume for Vladimir Nedjalkov]. (Ed. Valentin Vydrin, Sergej Dmitrenko, Natal'ja Zaika, Sergej Saj, Nina Sumbatova, Viktor Xrakovskij) Moscow: Znak, 2010, p. 139 - 163 [typology, diachrony, diachronic typology, diachronic syntax, grammaticalization, tense, past, voice, transitivity, passive, ergative, causative, anticausative, labile, middle, reciprocal, reflexive, reciprocal pronoun, etymology, productivity].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Voice typology. In: The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Typology. (Ed. Jae Jung Song) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011, p. 368 - 398 [voice, valency, typology, transitivity, grammatical relations, semantic roles, valency changing, passive, middle, reflexive, causative, benefactive, autobenefactive, applicative, reciprocal, Leningrad/St.Petersburg Typology Group].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Atharvaveda-Shaunakiya 19.49.1 = Atharvaveda-Paippalada 14.8.1: An etymological note on Vedic ratri- ‘night’. In: Issledovanija po lingvistike i semiotike. Sbornik statej k jubileju Vjach. Vs. Ivanova [Studies in linguistics and semiotics: Festschrift for Vjach. Vs. Ivanov]. (Ed. Tatjana Nikolaeva, Petr Arkad'ev, Anna Zaliznjak, Nikolaj Kazanskij) Moscow: Jazyki slavjanskix kul'tur, 2010, p. 174 - 179 [Vedic, Atharvaveda, mythology, goddess, night, etymology, metrics, agent noun, transitivity, genitive].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Review of: S. Jamison. The Rig Veda between two worlds. Paris: de Boccard, 2007. In: Indo-Iranian Journal. 54(1), 2011, p. 79 - 98 [Vedic, Rgveda, Avesta, Gathas, Vedic poetics, Classical Sanskrit, passive, omphalos, chiasmus, reflexive, reflexivity, emphatic reflexive, intensifier, heavy reflexive, intelligibility, kavya].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Zametki k interpretacii gimna Vremeni (Atharvaveda-Shaunakija 19.53-54 = Pajppalada 11.8-9) [Notes on Hymn to Time (Atharvaveda-Shaunakiya 19.53-54 = Paippalada 11.8-9)]. In: Bjulleten' obshchestva vostokovedov (Trudy mezhinstitutskoj nauč=chnoj konferencii «Vostokovednye chtenija 2008» ). 17, 2010, p. 677 - 694 [Vedic, Atharvaveda, Paippalada, Kalasukta, hymn, time, verb, nasal present, etymology, Vedic philology].

  • Leonid Kulikov: The Vedic root variants of the type CaC // C(C)ā: Morphophonological features and syntactic patterns. In: Indogermanistik und Linguistik im Dialog. Akten der XIII. Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft vom 21. bis 27. September 2008 in Salzburg. (Ed. Thomas Krisch, Thomas Lindner ) Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2011, p. 310 - 320 [Vedic, verb, syntax, transitivity, transitive, intransitive, passive, causative, labile, diffuse, root extension, Wurzeldeterminativ, Schwebeablaut, morphophonology, root variants, stative, Indo-Iranian, Proto-Indo-European].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Drifting between passive and anticausative. True and alleged accent shifts in the history of Vedic -ya-presents. In: Journal of Language Relationship / Voprosy jazykovogo rodstva. 6, 2011, p. 185 - 198 [Sanskrit, Vedic, Rgveda, Atharvaveda, Yajurveda, Indo-European, passive, anticausative, middle voice, accentuation, accent shift].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Drifting between passive and anticausative: Reply to replies. In: Journal of Language Relationship / Voprosy jazykovogo rodstva. 6, 2011, p. 210 - 215 [Sanskrit, Vedic, Rgveda, Atharvaveda, Yajurveda, Indo-European, passive, anticausative, middle voice, accentuation, accent shift].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Passive to anticausative through impersonalization: The case of Vedic and Indo-European. In: Impersonal constructions. A cross-linguistic perspective (Studies in language companion series; 124). (Ed. Anna Siewierska, Andrej Malchukov) Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2011, p. 229 - 254 [passive, anticausative, impersonalization, impersonal passive, verbs of perception, objectivization, Vedic, Indo-European, Latin, voice, diathesis].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Review of: D. Shulman (ed.), Language, ritual and poetics in ancient India and Iran: Studies in honor of Shaul Migron. Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, 2010. In: Voprosy jazykoznanija. 4, 2011, p. 131 - 135 [Migron, Indo-Iranian, Vedic, Avestan, Rgveda, hymn, Atri, Paippalada, Indo-European, passive, valency, gerundive, aorist, injunctive, poetics, Sanskrit].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Review of: J. Barđdal & S.L. Chelliah (eds), The role of semantic, pragmatic, and discourse factors in the development of case. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2009. In: Diachronica. 28(3), 2011, p. 423 - 430 [diachrony, typology, case, case variation, Vedic, object marking, verbs of perception, accusative, genitive, reciprocal, ergative, case syncretism, Germanic, spatial cases, passive, anticausative, middle].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Notes on the Vedic morphology and syntax: An analysis of the atharvanic hymn to the Night (Śaunakīya 19.49 = Paippalāda 14.8) (russisch). In: Vostok. 3, 2009, p. 5 - 16 [cheetah, lexicon, genitive, transitivity, agent noun, metrics, night, goddess, mythology, Vedic, Atharvaveda, antelope, stag, intensive, emendation].

  • Georgij Zograf, Tatiana Oranskaja, Leonid Kulikov, Pramod Pandey: New Indo-Aryan languages (russisch). In: Languages of the World: New Indo-Aryan languages (russisch). (Ed. Tatiana Oranskaia, Yulia Mazurova, Andrej Kibrik, Leonid Kulikov, Aleksandr Rusakov) Moscow: Academia, 2011, p. 14 - 46 [New Indo-Aryan, Indo-European language family, dialect, grammatical features, typology, causative, syntax].

  • Leonid Kulikov: The Vedic -ya-presents: Passives and intransitivity in Old Indo-Aryan. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2012, xxix+994 pp. [Vedic, present, ya-present, passive, accentuation, diathesis, middle, active, anticausative, intransitivity, reflexive, causative, valency, valency-changing categories].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Voice and valency derivations in Old Indo-Aryan in a diachronic typological perspective: the degrammaticalization of the middle and other trends in the Vedic verbal system. In: Usare il presente per spiegare il passato. Teorie linguistiche contemporanee e lingue storiche. Atti del XXXIII Convegno della Società Italiana di Glottologia. Palermo, 16-18 ottobre 2008 (Biblioteca della Società Italiana di Glottologia; 35). (Ed. Lucio Melazzo) Roma: Il Calamo, 2012, p. 161 - 191 [self-beneficent, possessive-reflexive, Indo-European, Indo-Aryan, grammaticalization, degrammaticalization, middle, labile, causative, voice, reflexive, reciprocal, anticausative, auto-benefactive, passive, diachronic typology ].

  • Leonid Kulikov: The Proto-Indo-European case system and its reflexes in a diachronic typological perspective: Evidence for the linguistic prehistory of Eurasia. In: Rivista degli studi orientali. 84, 2012, p. 289 - 309 [case reduction, grammaticalization, locative, Balto-Slavic, Indo-Aryan, Balkan, evolutionary type, linguistic area language contact, diachronic typology, typology, substrate, case system, case, Indo-European, Northwest Caucasian, linear A].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Vedic preverbs as markers of valency-changing derivations: Transitivity and objecthood in Indo-European (Evidence from Old Indo-Aryan). In: Studies in Language. 36/4, 2012, p. 721 - 746 [Vedic, Sanskrit, Indo-European, preverb, tmesis, transitivity, direct object, objecthood, transitivizer, intransitivizer, applicative, passive, passivization test, reciprocal].

  • Leonid Kulikov: An Atharvanic hymn to Night: Text-critical and linguistic remarks on the interpretation of Śaunakīya 19.50 = Paippalāda 14.9. In: Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. 76(2), 2013, p. 259 - 269 [Atharvaveda, Vedic, hymn, emphatic reflexive, progressive tense].

  • Leonid Kulikov, Nikolaos Lavidas: Reconstructing passive and voice in Proto-Indo-European. In: Journal of Historical Linguistics (Special issue: Proto-Indo-European syntax and its development). 3(1), 2013, p. 98 - 121 [Proto-Indo-European, syntactic reconstruction, Vedic, Greek, syntactic pattern, passive, stative, middle].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Constraints on the causative derivation in early Vedic: Evidence for a diachronic typology of transitivity. In: Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics. 49(1), 2013, p. 79 - 101 [causative; diachrony; transitivity; typology; Vedic; verbs of sound; ingestive verbs].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Language vs. grammatical tradition in Ancient India: How real was Paninian Sanskrit? Evidence from the history of late Sanskrit passives and pseudo-passives. In: Folia Linguistica Historica. 34, 2013, p. 59 - 91 [passive, Vedic, Sanskrit, Panini, polyglossia, middle, grammatical tradition].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Text-critical and linguistic remarks on the interpretation of an Atharvanic hymn to Night: Śaunakīya 19.47 = Paippalāda 6.20. In: Indologica Taurinensia. 38, 2014, p. 123 - 133 [Vedic Atharvaveda hymn passive medio-passive aorist intensive stylistic repetition numerical symbolism].

  • Leonid Kulikov: The decline of labile syntax in Old Indo-Aryan: A diachronic typological perspective. In: Linguistics (special issue: Typology of labile verbs: Focus on diachrony, guest-ed. by Leonid Kulikov and Nikolaos Lavidas). 52.4, 2014, p. 1139 - 1165 [Vedic, Indo-European, labile, transitivity, causative, perfect, middle, stative, aorist, nominalization].

  • Leonid Kulikov: The decline of labile syntax in Old Indo-Aryan: A diachronic typological perspective. In: Linguistics (special issue: Typology of labile verbs: Focus on diachrony, guest-ed. by Leonid Kulikov and Nikolaos Lavidas). 52.4, 2014, p. 1139 - 1165 [Vedic, Indo-European, labile, transitivity, causative, perfect, middle, stative, aorist, nominalization].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Kvazidenominativy v vedijskom sanskrite: K tipologii denominativnyx i poluvspomogatel'nyx («legkix») glagolov [Quasi-denominatives in Vedic Sanskrit: Evidence for a typology of denominative and light verbs]. In: Jazyk. Konstanty. Peremennye. Pamjati Aleksandra Evgen'eviča Kibrika Kibrika [Language. Constants. Variables. In Memory of Aleksandr E. Kibrik]. (Ed. Vladimir Plungian, Olga Fedorova, Michael Daniel, Ekaterina Ljutikova, Sergej Tatevosov) St. Petersburg: Aleteja, 2014, p. 624 - 634 [Vedic, denominative, quasi-denominative, light verb, passive].

  • Leonid Kulikov: Grammaticalization of reciprocal pronouns in Indo-Aryan: Evidence from Sanskrit and Indo-European for a diachronic typology of reciprocal constructions. In: Journal of South Asian Languages and Linguistics. 1.2, 2014, p. 117 - 156 [reciprocal pronoun, reciprocal construction, Vedic, Sanskrit, Pāli, Indo-European, Indo-Aryan, diachronic typology, grammaticalization, agreement, gender, case, adverbial].

Laplace, Dr. Marie Marcelle Jeanine

, France
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Reinhold Merkelbach Universität zu Köln
  • Marie Marcelle Jeanine Laplace: Le roman d'Achille Tatios. Bern: Peter Lang, 2007, 797 pp.

Lappo-Danilevskii, Dr. habil. Konstantin

Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
Field of research: Eastern Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Max Kunze Winckelmann-Gesellschaft e.V.
  • Konstantin J. Lappo-Danilewski: Gefühl für das Schöne. Johann Joachim Winckelmanns Einfluss auf Literatur und ästhetisches Denken in Russland. Brühl: Böhlau Verlag Köln Weimar Wien, 2007.

Lecke, Prof. Dr. Mirja

Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Field of research: Eastern Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. David A. Frick University of California, Berkeley
  • Mirja Lecke: Westland - Polen und die Ukraine in der russischen Literatur von Puskin bis Babel'. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang GmbH, 2015, 409 pp.

Lehmann, Prof. Dr. Matthias

University of California, Irvine, United States of America
Field of research: Jewish studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Michael Brenner Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
  • Matthias B. Lehmann: Emissaries from the Holy Land: The Sephardic Diaspora and the Practice of Pan-Judaism in the Eighteenth Century. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2014, 352 pp. [Jewish History, Philanthropy, Israel, Palestine].

Leving, Prof. Dr. Yuri

Dalhousie University, Canada
Field of research: Slavic and Balkan studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Urs Heftrich Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
  • Yuri Leving, John Bertram: Lolita the story of a cover girl. Ohio: Print Books, 2013, 251 pp.

Lu, Dr. Lingfeng

University of Science and Technology of China, People's Republic of China
Field of research: Sinology
Host: Prof. Dr. Michael Lackner Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • Lingfeng Lu: Eclipses and the Victory of European Astronomy in China. In: East Asian Science, Technology and Medicine. 27, 2007, [History of Chinese Science History of Cultural Exchange between China and the West].

Lupishko, Dr. Marina

Association Musicale Fontaine-la-Mallet, France
Field of research: Slavic and Balkan studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Roland Marti Universität des Saarlandes
  • Marina Lupishko: "Konyus’ 'Metrotechtonism' and Yavorsky’s 'Modal Rhythm': Parallels Between Music and Architecture in Early Soviet Music Theory". In: Music and Figurative Arts in the Twentieth Century (Speculum Musicae 29) . (Ed. Illiano, Roberto ) Turnhout: Brepols, 2016, p. 73 - 94 [music theory, musical form, USSR, Konyus, Yavorsky].

  • Marina Lupishko: "When Bach Meets Russian Formalism: Yakov Druskin’s Emphasis as a Musical-Rhetorical, Literary, and Aesthetic Concept". In: Wiener Slawistischer Almanach . 78, 2016, p. 229 - 270 [Yakov Druskin, J.S. Bach, music and rhetoric, USSR, Russian formalism, Russian avant-garde].

  • Marina Lupishko: "The Principle of Confutatio in J.S. Bach’s Music and the Philosophical System of Yakov Druskin (1902-80)". In: Musurgia: Analyse et Pratique Musicales. XXII/2, 2015, p. 5 - 46 [Yakov Druskin, philosophy, J.S. Bach, music and rhetoric, USSR].

  • Marina Lupishko: "When Bach Meets Russian Formalism: Yakov Druskin’s Emphasis as a Musical-Rhetorical, Literary, and Aesthetic Concept". In: Wiener Slawistischer Almanach . 78, 2016, p. 229 - 270 [Yakov Druskin, J.S. Bach, music and rhetoric, USSR, Russian formalism, Russian avant-garde].

  • Marina Lupishko: "Konyus’ 'Metrotechtonism' and Yavorsky’s 'Modal Rhythm': Parallels Between Music and Architecture in Early Soviet Music Theory". In: Music and Figurative Arts in the Twentieth Century (Speculum Musicae 29) . (Ed. Illiano, Roberto ) Turnhout: Brepols, 2016, p. 73 - 94 [music theory, musical form, USSR, Konyus, Yavorsky].

Lurson, Dr. Benoît André Pierre

Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Field of research: Egyptology
Host: Prof. Dr. Hans-Werner Fischer-Elfert Universität Leipzig
  • Benoît Lurson: Osiris, Ramsès, Thot et le Nil. Les chapelles secondaires des temples de Derr et Ouadi es-Seboua. Leuven: Peeters Publishers, 2007, 252 pp.

  • Benoît Lurson: Des relations spatiales dans la conception du décor des temples de l'époque pharaonique. In: 6. Ägyptologische Tempeltagung. Funktion und Gebrauch altägyptischer Tempelräume. (Ed. Ben Haring, Andrea Klug) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2007, p. 187 - 204.

  • Benoît Lurson: Ramsès II: un architecte pour la Nubie. In: Toutankhamon Magazine. 31, 2007, p. 12 - 16.

  • Silvio Curto, con contributi di Matilde Borla, Benoît Lurson, Maddalena Salvai, Cesare Volpiano: Lo Speos di Ellesija. Un tempio della Nubia salvato dalle acque del Lago Nasser. Torino: Fondazione Museo delle Antichità Egizie di Torino, 2010, 276 pp. [Semiotics Ancient Egyptian Temples].

  • Benoît Lurson: Nouveaux éléments sur la décoration et l'architecture du petit temple contigu au Ramesseum. In: Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur. 39, 2010, p. 243 - 270.

  • Benoît Lurson: Remarques sur les modifications apportées aux inscriptions dans la salle N du temple de Ouadi es-Seboua. In: Res Antiquitatis. Journal of Ancient History. 1, 2010, p. 107 - 133.

  • Benoît Lurson: Eine übersehene Titulatur Ramses' II. in änigmatischer Schrift im Ramesseum. In: Göttinger Miszellen. 220, 2009, p. 43 - 49.

  • Benoît Lurson: L’image dans l'Égypte ancienne. Troisième partie: études de cas. In: Toutankhamon Magazine. 38, 2008, p. 46 - 50.

  • Benoît Lurson: L'image dans l'Égypte ancienne. Deuxième partie: des moyens d’expression de l'imagier. In: Toutankhamon Magazine. 37, 2008, p. 40 - 45.

  • Benoît Lurson: L'image dans l'Égypte ancienne. Première partie: des représentations et des hiéroglyphes. In: Toutankhamon Magazine. 35, 2007, p. 26 - 30.

  • Benoît Lurson: Note complémentaire sur la statuaire d'Amenhotep III retrouvée au Ramesseum. In: Memnonia. Bulletin édité par l'Association pour la Sauvegarde du Ramesseum. 17, 2007, p. 91 - 93.

  • Benoît Lurson: A Monument of Ramses VII in the Area of the Ramesseum?. In: Joiurnal of Egyptian Archaeology. 98, 2012, p. 297 - 304.

Maalu-Bungi, Prof. Dr. Lungenyi Lumwe

Universite de Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Clarissa Vierke Universität Bayreuth
  • Prof. Dr. Lungenyi Lumwe Maalu-Bungi (collectif): dictionnaire français-lingala-sango. Paris: OIF & Présence Africaine, 2013, XVI - 1064 pp. [- lexicography - language teaching ].

  • Prof. Dr. Lungenyi Lumwe Maalu-Bungi (collectif): - Multiculturalité et plurilinguisme. Tradition orale et éducation plurilingue en Afrique centrale et australe. Contes sélectionnés et didactisés. Paris: union latine, 2012, 559 pp. [- african oral literature (folktales) - competence teaching (enseignement par compétences) ].

  • Prof. Dr. Lungenyi Lumwe Maalu-Bungi (collectif): - Vocabulaire panafricain de la métalangue de la terminologie : français-fulfulde-lingala-mandingue-swahili-anglais. Ottawa: Bureau de la traduction, 2012, 276 pp. [- terminography in african languages].

  • Prof. Dr. Lungenyi Lumwe Maalu-Bungi (collectif): - Vocabulaire panafricain des élections : français, fulfulde, lingala, mandingue, swahili, anglais. Ottawa: Bureau de la traduction, 2011, 287 pp. [terminography in african languages].

  • Prof. Dr. Lungenyi Lumwe Maalu-Bungi (collectif): - Lexique panafricain des procédures parlementaires : français, créole, fulfulde, lingala, swahili et mandingue. ottawa: bureau de la traduction, 2010, 255 pp. [terminography in african languages].

  • Prof. Dr. Lungenyi Lumwe Maalu-Bungi (collectif): - Lexique panafricain de la femme et du développement : français, créole, fulfulde, lingala, mandingue, swahili et anglais. Ottawa: Bureau de la traduction, 2009, 278 pp. [terminography in african languages].

  • Crispin Maalu-Bungi : - A propos de la littérature écrite en langues congolaises. In: Voix du Congo. Anthologie. (Ed. Djungu-Simba K., C. (éd.)) Bruxelles: Le Cri/Buku, 2011, p. 143 - 147 [Creative Writing in African language (congolese languages)].

  • Crispin Maalu-Bungi: - Littérature orale en milieu urbain. Observations sur la vie des proverbes et des contes dans la ville de Kinshasa. In: Oralité et nouvelles dimensions de l’Oralité. Intersections théoriques et comparaisons des matériaux dans les études africaines. (Ed. LAFKIOUI, M. & MEROLLA, D. (éds.)) Paris: INALCO, 2008, p. 79 - 88 [- Oral literature - primary orality, second orality].

  • Crispin Maalu-Bungi: - Written literature in Congolese languages : origin and principal genres. In: Beyond the Language Issue. The Production, Mediation and Reception of Creative Writing in African Languages. (Ed. OED, A. & REUSTER-JAHN, U., (eds.)) Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag , 2008, p. 33 - 40 [Creative Writing in African language (congolese languages)].

  • Crispin Maalu-Bungi: - Sur les pas de J. Petterson. A. Lemba, romancier congolais. In: Bayreuth African Studies Working Papers. 10, 2012, [creative writing in african literature].

  • Crispin Maalu-Bungi: - Quand la pratique lexicographique se modernise en RD Congo. Note sur Nkongamyakù Cilubà-Mfwàlànsa, dictionnaire bilingue de NgoSemzara Kabuta. In: Lexikos. 21, 2010, p. 320 - 336 [african lexicography].

  • Crispin Maalu-Bungi: - Quel avenir pour la littérature congolaise ?. In: Voix Muntu. 1, 2010, p. 98 - 105 [african literature oral & written in congolese languages].

  • Crispin Maalu-Bungi: - Coup d’œil sur la poésie de Kapajika Kamudimba, écrivain congolais. In: Etudes Littéraires Africaines. 29, 2010, p. 87 - 108 [creative writing in congolese languages].

Marchenko, Dr. habil. Tatiana V.

Alexander Solzhenitsyn House of Russia Abroad, Russian Federation
Field of research: Eastern Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Peter Thiergen Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg
  • Tatiana V. Marchenko: Russische Schriftsteller und der Literaturnobelpreis (1901-1955)(russisch). Köln: Böhlau , 2007, 626 pp.

Marciniak, Prof. Dr. Katarzyna

University of Warsaw, Poland
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Melanie Möller Freie Universität Berlin
  • Katarzyna Marciniak: Die Wanda-Legende, oder wie sollte man einen Wandalen erziehen? (Legenda o Wandzie, czyli jak wychowac Wandala?). In: Horyzonty Wychowania. 12, 2007, p. 185 - 198 [Wanda, Legende, Erziehungsgeschichte].

  • Katarzyna Marciniak: Zu Gast beim Busfahrer (The bus driver's guests). In: Humboldt Kosmos. 90, 2007, p. 44 - 47 [Alltagsleben in Deutschland, Satire].

  • Katarzyna Marciniak: Advokat des Teufels. Cicero nach Robert Harris (Adwokat diabla. Cyceron wedlug Roberta Harrisa). In: Meander. 60/2005, 2007, p. 512 - 524 [Cicero, Imperium, Robert Harris].

  • Katarzyna Marciniak: Cicero und Caesar. Ein Dialog der Dichter. In: Philologus. 152, 2008, p. 212 - 222 [Cicero, Caesar, Latin poetry, Roman politics].

  • Katarzyna Marciniak: Die Legende von Koenigin Wanda als Spiegel des deutsch-polnischen Verhaeltnisses. In: Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch. 43, 2008, p. 393 - 411 [Wanda, Legende, Polen, Deutschland].

  • Katarzyna Marciniak: Koenigin Wanda - die erste polnische Feministin? (Krolewna Wanda - pierwsza polska feministka?). In: Die Frau der vergangenen Epochen in der Literatur, Kultur und Gesellschaft (Kobieta epok dawnych w literaturze, kulturze i spoleczenstwie). (Ed. Iwona Maciejewska, Krystyna Stasiewicz) Olsztyn: Wydawnictwo Littera, 2008, p. 89 - 98 [Wanda, Legende, deutsch-polnisches Verhaeltnis, deutsch-polnische Geschichte, gender studies].

  • Katarzyna Marciniak: Pro Cicerone poeta. Marcus Tullius Ciceros Gedichte im Wandel der Jahrhunderte (Pro Cicerone poeta. Poezja Marka Tulliusza Cycerona na przestrzeni stuleci). Warschau: Instytut Badan Interdyscyplinarnych "Artes Liberales", Uniwersytet Warszawski, 2008, 428 pp. [Marcus Tullius Cicero, roemische Poesie, roemische Republik, roemische Politik].

  • Katarzyna Marciniak: Ueber Cicero oder warum die Stoiker nicht mit dem Stoicismus zurechtkommen (O Cyceronie, czyli dlaczego stoicy źle wychodzą na swym stoicyzmie) [Gespraech mit Jacek Bochenski (rozmowa z Jackiem Bochenskim)]. In: Gazeta Wyborcza. 297.5907, 2008, p. 20 - 21 [Cicero, Caesar, Jacek Bochenski, Politik, geschichtliche Romane, polnische Literatur].

  • Katarzyna Marciniak: Ciceros Uebersetzungen als Instrument ideologischer Manipulation (Cicero vortit barbare. Przeklady mowcy jako narzedzie manipulacji ideologicznej). Gdansk: wydawnictwo slowo/obraz terytoria, 2008, 255 pp. [Cicero, Latein, Altgriechisch, Uebersetzungen].

  • Katarzyna Marciniak: Griechische und roemische Mythologie. Die Heroen ueber die Zeit (Mitologia grecka i rzymska. Bohaterowie ponad czasem). Warszawa [et al.]: Wydawnictwo Szkolne PWN, 2010, 480 pp. [Mythologie, Rom, Griechenland, Antike, Rezeption].

  • Katarzyna Marciniak: Do We Need Mythology? - The Contemporary World in the Mirror of Myths(Po co mitologia? - Swiat wspolczesny w zwierciadle mitu). In: PAUza akademicka. 103-105, 2010, p. 9 - 11 [Mythologie, Rom, Griechenland, Antike, Rezeption].

  • Katarzyna Marciniak, Gespraech mit Jacek Bochenski: 2008 [Reprint des Gespraech mit Jacek Bochenski ueber Cicero oder warum die Stoiker nicht mit dem Stoicismus zurechtkommen]. In: Wtedy. Rozmowy z Jackiem Bochenskim (Damals. Gespraeche mit Jacek Bochenski). (Ed. Jacek Bochenski) Warszawa: Swiat Ksiazki, 2011, p. 248 - 262 [Cicero, Caesar, Jacek Bochenski, Politik, geschichtliche Romane, polnische Literatur].

  • Katarzyna Marciniak: Cicero's Crow in a Brave New World. In: Birthday Beasts' Book - Cultural Studies in Honour of Jerzy Axer. (Ed. Katarzyna Marciniak) Warsaw: IBI Al, Universytet Warszawski, 2011, p. 193 - 206.

Marcos-Marin, Prof. Dr. Francisco

University of Texas at San Antonio, United States of America
Field of research: Ibero-Romance languages (linguistics)
Host: Prof. Dr. Bodo Müller Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
  • Francisco Marcos-Marin: «Sangre y tinta desde `Ivain¿ hasta `La venganza de don Mendo¿». In: ¿Calamo currente¿: homenaje a Juan Bautista de Avalle-Arce, RILCE. Revista de Filología Hispánica.. 23.1, 2007, p. 145 - 156 [Literature, Folklore, Nibelungenlied, Quijote, Bahrprobe, sangre acusadora, Avalle Arce, Hartman von Aue, Pedro Muñoz Seca.].

  • Francisco Marcos-Marin: «El lugar de la lengua española: ¿ampliación o recesión?». In: Revista de Occidente. 311, 2007, p. 41 - 62 [Spanish, history, language, culture, immigration, demography, United States of America.].

  • Francisco Marcos-Marin: «XIV. Los servicios públicos en español»,. In: Enciclopedia del español en los Estados Unidos, . (Ed. Humberto López Morales) Madrid: Instituto Cervantes y Editorial Santillana, 2008, p. 973 - 1001 [Spanish, Hispanic, United States, religious services, health care, legal services, language policy, legal aspects.].

  • Francisco Marcos-Marin: «El español y cómo llegó a serlo». In: Revista de Occidente. 320, 2008, p. 53 - 83 [Spanish, Language History, Variation, Evolution. Diachrony, Linguistics].

  • Francisco Marcos-Marin: «Marco historico, base lingüística y recursos textuales para la investigación del español del suroeste». In: Language Problems & Language Planning . 32:2, 2008, p. 113 - 132 [Spanish, United States, Southwest, Language History, Diachrony, Linguistics, Code-swiching, repository,].

  • Francisco Marcos-Marin: «La investigación del español del suroeste. Problemas y métodos» . In: Language Problems & Language Planning. 32:3, 2008, p. 237 - 252 [Spanish, United States, Southwest, Language history, Diachrony, code-switching, calque, loanword.].

  • Francisco Marcos-Marin: «La traducción en la frontera: tres criterios». In: Actas del III Congreso El español, lengua de traducción, 12 a 14 de julio, 2006 Puebla (México); . (Ed. Luis González, Pollux Hernúñez) Bruselas: ESLEtRA, 2008, p. 35 - 54 [Spanish, translation, United States, Mexico, Botany, America, fitonimy, Pharmacy, Clusius.].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin Prof. Dr. Amando de Miguel: Se habla español. Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2009, 279 pp. [Languages and Linguistics, Spanish, language variation and change, history of the Spanish language].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin Paloma España Ramírez: Más allá de la ortografía. La primera ortografía hispánica. Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2009, 286 pp. [Languages and Linguistics, Spanish, Writing, Orthography, Language Variation and Change.].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: Apóstrofe y anáfora como recursos constructores de La Travesía. In: El mar de la palabra. La poesía de Jorge Urrutia,. (Ed. Francisco Estévez, Isabel Román Gutiérrez ) Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2011, p. 145 - 154 [Spanish Contemporary Poetry, Literature.].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: Los préstamos del español a las lenguas indígenas de Norteamérica. In: Lexikon, Varietät, Philologie. Romanistische Studien Günter Holtus zum 65. Geburtstag,. (Ed. Anja Overbeck, Wolfgang Schweickard und Harald Völker ) Berlin: De Gruyter, 2011, p. 574 - 524 [Languages and Linguistics, Spanish, United States, loanwords, Apache, Comanche].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: Forma y comunicación: La enseñanza de la gramática. In: La lingüística i les seues aplicacions en la societat. (Ed. Germà Colón Doménech, Lluís Gimeno Betí ) Castellón de la Plana : Publicacions de la Universitat Jaume I, 2012, p. 25 - 45 [Languages and Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Grammar, form, Spanish, teaching].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: Medio sesquicentenario de Historia del español. In: De la sociedad española y otras sociedades. Libro homenaje a Amando de Miguel,. (Ed. Benjamín García Sanz, Julio Iglesias de Ussel, Jesús Martínez Paricio, Benjamín Oltra, Miguel S. Valles Martínez ) Madrid: Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 2013, p. 163 - 175 [Languages and Linguistics, Language variation and change, History of Spanish, prosopography].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: Francisco A. Marcos Marín. In: La Lingüística en España. 24 autobiografías. (Ed. Xavier Laborda, Lourdes Romera, Ana M. Fernández Planas) Barcelona: UOC, 2014, p. 239 - 254 [Prosopography, Languages and Linguistics, History of Spanish, Language Variation and Change. History of Spanish Linguistics].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: El paisaje lingüístico de la Península Ibérica en la Edad Media. In: VIR BONUS DICENDI PERITUS: STUDIES IN HONOR OF CHARLES B. FAULHABER,. (Ed. Antonio Cortijo Ocaña, Ana M. Gómez-Bravo, María Morrás) New York: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, 2015, p. 109 - 127 [Languages and Linguistics, Linguistic Landscape, History of Spanish, Arabic, Al-Andalus.].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: Sobre ciertas características que contribuyen a Ia configuración del español de San Antonio, Tejas. In: Historische Sprachwissenschaft als philologische Kulturwissenschaft, Festschrift fur Franz Lebsanft zum 60. Geburtstag. (Ed. Michael Bernsen, Elmar Eggert, Angela Schrott) Bonn: Bonn University Press, 2015, p. 291 - 303 [Languages and Linguistics, Language Variation and Change, Spanish of the United States.].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: Latín, bereber, afrorrománico, iberorrománico y romance andalusí. Interacción, desaparición y pervivencia de lenguas. In: Revista Iberoamericana de Lingüística. 10, 2015, p. 33 - 91 [Languages and Linguistics, History of the Spanish Language, Romance Philology, Al-Andalus.].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: المشاهد اللغوية من اليمن إلى سان أنطونيو. In: Hermes. 3(4), 2015, p. 111 - 124 [Languages and Linguistics, Linguistic landscape, Al-Andalus, Spanish of the United States.].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: Notas sobre los bereberes, el afrorrománico y el romance andalusí. In: Hesperia Culturas del Mediterráneo. 19, 2015, p. 204-221 [Languages and Linguistics, Romance Philology, History of Spanish, Al-Andalus, Roman Africa.].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: Oral variation, interpretation and crowdsourcing. “I Ride an Ol’ Paint”. In: CHIMERA. Romance Corpora and Linguistic Studies. 1, 2014, p. 69 - 76 [Folklore, United States, Western Lore.].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: Para la Etnolingüística del español de San Antonio, Tejas. In: Revista Iberoamericana de Lingüística. 9, 2014, p. 97 - 132 [Languages and Linguistics, Spanish of the United States, Sociology.].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: Ganivet, Américo Castro y la interpretación de España. In: Anthropos. 240, 2013, p. 167 - 174 [Spain, Spanish History.].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: Para la reconstrucción e interpretación del español de los Estados Unidos de América. In: Revista Iberoamericana de Lingüística. 7, 2012, p. 69 - 106 [Languages and Linguistics, Spanish of the United States, Language Variation and Change.].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: The Place of Rock Art in the Linguistic History of Texas. In: Dialectologia. 10, 2013, p. 33 - 57 [Archaeology, Languages and Linguistics, Uto-Aztecan, Rock Art.].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: Confluencia, divergencia y definición de la norma hispana en los EUA. In: Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana. 19, 2012, p. 55 - 82 [Languages and Linguistics, Language Variation and Change, Spanish of the United States.].

  • Prof. Dr. Francisco Marcos-Marin: Historia humana de la lengua española y su computación. In: Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics. 2/2, 2009, p. 387 - 415 [Spanish, Digital Humanities, Prosopography.].

  • Carolyn E. Boyd, Francisco Marcos-Marin, Christopher Goodmaster, Angel Johnson, Amanda Castañeda, Benjamin Dwyer: Digital Documentation and the Archaeology of the Lower Pecos Canyonlands. In: Virtual Archaeology Review. 3/5, 2012, p. 98 - 103 [Archaeology, Digital Humanities, Rock Art.].

Mazzini, Prof. Dr. Innocenzo

Universita degli Studi di Macerata, Italy
Field of research: Latin philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Klaus-Dietrich Fischer Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
  • Innocenzo Mazzini: Storia della lingua latina e del suo contesto. Roma: Salerno Editrice, 2007, 320 pp. [latin history].

Menicacci, Dr. Marco

Universität Konstanz, Germany
Field of research: Italian literature
Host: Prof. Dr. Paul Geyer Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • Marco Menicacci: 1. Tragisch(es) Denken, 2. Cesare Pavese: das tragische Handwerk, 3. Das tragische Denken Mario Luzis, 4. Pasolini: Die Geburt der Musik aus dem Geiste der Tragödie. In: Das Tragische: Dichten als Denken, Studia Romanica, Band 199. (Ed. Marc Föcking, Robert Folger, Sybille Große, Edgar Radtke, Marco Menicacci) Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter GmbH, 2016, p. 103 - 138.

Merisalo, Prof. Dr. Outi

University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Field of research: Romance languages and literature, Romance studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Bernd Roling Freie Universität Berlin
  • Outi Merisalo: 'Mein lieber, lieber Werner. La correspondance de Ludwig Traube et Werner Söderhjelm',. In: L'art de la philologie. Mélanges en l'honneur de Leena Löfstedt. Mémoires de la Société Néophilologique de Helsinki 70. . (Ed. J. Härmä - E. Suomela-Härmä - O. Välikangas ) Helsinki: Neuphilologischer Verein, 2007, p. 157 - 174. [history of palaeography, history of philology, text editing, correspondence, anti-semitism].

  • Outi Merisalo: Il codice Vat. Urb. lat. 246 e la tradizione testuale del de spermate pseudogaleniano . In: Sit liber gratus, quem servulus est operatus. Studi in onore di Alessandro Pratesi per il suo 90° compleanno 1. Littera Antiqua 19. . (Ed. P. Cherubini, G. Nicolaj) Città del Vaticano. : Scuola Vaticana di Paleografia, Diplomatica e Archivistica, 2012, p. 579 - 585 [history of medicine, book history, Middle Ages, De spermate, Vatican library].

  • Outi Merisalo: The early tradition of the Pseudo-Galenic De spermate (twelfth-thirteenth centuries. In: Scripta. 5, 2012, p. 43 - 53 [history of medicine, book history, Middle Ages, De spermate, codicology, palaeography, text transmission].

  • Outi Merisalo: Volumes crossing the sea. Book Contacts between the (Magnus) Ducatus of Finland and Continental Europe from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century. In: TECA. 2, 2012, [book history, Scandinavia, Finland, Holy Roman Empire, Early Modern Europe].

  • Outi Merisalo: Is divinus rex. Tito Livio Frulovisi's Vita Henrici Quinti. In: Florilegium medievale. Études offertes à Jacqueline Hamesse à l'occasion de son éméritat. Textes et Études du Moyen Age 50. . (Ed. J. Meirinhos, O. Weijers ) Louvain-la-Neuve : FIDEM, 2009, p. 379 - 392 [Italian humanism, England, Henry V, book history].

Miralles Macia, Dr. Lorena

Universidad de Granada, Spain
Field of research: Jewish studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Tal Ilan Freie Universität Berlin
  • Lorena Miralles Macia: La generación del diluvio según la descripción del Midrás Levítico Rabbah. In: Sefarad. 67, 2008, p. 283 - 309 [Midrash Leviticus Rabba Generation of the Flood ].

  • Lorena Miralles Macia: The Fable of "the Middle-Aged Man with Two Wives". From the Aesopian motif to the Babylonian Talmud Version in b. B. Qam. 60b. In: Journal for the Study of the Judaism. 39/2, 2008, p. 267 - 281 [Fable Mashal Aesopian motifs Rabbinic literature].

  • Lorena Miralles Macia: MARZEAH Y THÍATOS. UNA INSTITUCIÓN EN EL ORIENTE PRÓXIMO ANTIGUO Y EL MEDITERRÁNEO (Anejos de ILU XX, Serie de Monografías). Madrid: Instituto de Ciencias de las Religiones, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2007, 360 pp. [Marzeah, thíasos, convivial institutions, Bible, Near East Literatures, Greek and Hellenistic Literatures, Rabbinic literature].

Miyake, Prof. Dr. Kiyoshi

Kyoto University, Japan
Field of research: Sinology
Host: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Emmerich Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
  • Kiyoshi Miyake: A History of the Penal System in Early China. Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto University Press, 2011, 411 pp. [Chinese history, Penal system, Early China].

Motingea Mangulu, Prof. Dr. André

Université Pédagogique Nationale, Democratic Republic of Congo
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Helma Pasch Universität zu Köln
  • André Motingea Mangulu: Review of J.G. Kamba Muzenga, Substitutifs et possessifs en bantou. (Langues et Cultures Africaines, 31/Selaf, 401.) Louvain - Paris -Dubley: Peeters, 2003. 289 pp. In: Journal of African Languages and Linguistics. 28/1, 2007, p. 90 - 103 [Bantu, Historical linguistics, Substitutives, Possessives].

  • André Motingea Mangulu: Lombole (Bantou C60-70). Le dialecte des Loele. In: Annales Aequatoria. 28, 2007, p. 333 - 414 [Central Bantu; Language contact; Mongo; Dialectology; Mbole; Bankutsu; Bakutu; Nkole.].

  • André Motingea Mangulu: Minorités linguistiques au programme de recherche du Centre Aequatoria. In: Annales Aequatoria. 28, 2007, p. 439 - 455 [Aequatoria; Lingala; Lonkundo; Lomongo; Linguistic Minorities.].

  • André Motingea Mangulu & Bonzoi Mwamakasa: Aux sources du lingala: cas du mbenga de Mankanza - Nouvel Anvers. In: African Study Monographs, Supplementary Issue. 38, 2008, p. 1 - 93 [Congo basin, Lingala, Mbenga, Lingua Franca, Waterways Trade].

  • André Motingea Mangulu: Initiation a la linguistique par les langues du Congo-Kinshasa et pays avoisinants. Tokyo: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), 2008, 192 pp. [African Linguistics, Congo Languages, Teaching materials].

  • André Motingea Mangulu: Aspects du bongili de la Sangha-Likouala suivis de l'esquisse du parler enga de Mampoko, Lulonga. Tokyo: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), 2008, 107 pp. [Bantu, Congo rivers, language contact and evolution].

  • André Motingea Mangulu: Esquisse du parler mongo-liinja d'Opala (bantou C60-70). In: Annales Aequatoria. 29, 2008, p. 216 - 364 [Central Bantu, Mongo, Dialectology, Liinja, Opala, Mbole].

  • André Motingea Mangulu: Aspects des parlers minoritaires des lacs Tumba et Inongo. Contribution a l'histoire de contact des langues dans le bassin central congolais. Tokyo: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), 2010, 251 pp. [Bantu descriptive linguistics, Areal linguistics, Language contact and evolution, Tumba and Inongo Lakes, Congo basin].

  • André Motingea Mangulu: Le réseau fluvial congolais et la problématique de l'expansion bantoue. In: Annales Aequatoria. 30, 2009, p. 839 - 988 [Bantu expansion, Congo central basin, Migrations, Contact and languages evolution, Lingua franca].

  • André Motingea Mangulu: Contributions aux études linguistiques sur le haut Congo. Esquisses du soa, mbesa, tofoké et lokelé. Tokyo: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), 2012, 266 pp. [Central Bantu, Descriptive Linguistics, Language Contact, and Areal Linguistics].

  • Gaston Bonzoi Mwamakasa, André Motingea Mangulu: Esquisse du bokala, un parler de la Saw-Mweko. In: Cahiers Congolais de Linguistique et d'Ethnologie. 1(1), 2012, p. 35 - 103 [Central Bantu, Congo River, Minority Languages, Lingala Diaclects].

  • André Motingea Mangulu: Le nom individuel chez les Ngombe de l'Equateur congolais: Etude ethnolinguistique et sociohistorique. Tokyo: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), 2014, 287 pp. [Ngombe, Personal Names, Northern Bantu, Central Africa, Migrations and Contacts].

  • André Motingea Mangulu & Balthazar Biako Montanga Mayika: Notes sur les parlers moye du moyen Congo (Bantou (C38). In: Journal of Asia and African Studies. 92, 2016, p. 5 - 122 [Congo Basin, Bangala Dialects, Moye-Banunu, Bobangi, Pidginization and Creolization].

  • André Motingea Mangulu: Petit glossaire des termes du droit penal et humanitaire Francais - Lingala. Avec quelques remarques d'ordre grammatical. Muenchen: LINCOM EUROPA, 2017, 120 pp. [Lingala, Lexicology, Terminology, Humanitarian Low, Criminal Low].

  • Déclin des langues et convergence linguistique dans le basin central congolais. In: Bulletin des Séances de l'Académie Royale des Sciences d'Outre-Mer. 61(2-3), 2015, p. 299 - 372 [Bassin central du Congo, Contact des langues, Mort des langues, Pidginisation et créolisation, Convergence linguistique et métatypie].

  • André Motingea Mangulu & Placide Ohaki Omelokoko Pango: Le parler tetela des Asambala (Bantou C.70, République démocratique du Congo: Un cas d'évolution linguistique non-généalogique. Muenchen: LINCOM Europa, 2017, 208 pp. [Central Bantu, Mongo, Tetela, Dialectology, Non genetic development].

Muravjev, Dr. Alexei

Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
Field of research: Semitic studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Desmond Durkin-Meisterernst Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften
  • Alexei Muraviev: Mar Ishaq of Nineveh. Treatises I, 1-6. The Platonic Ascetic in 7th cent. Beth-Khuzaye. Moscow, 2008, 250 pp. [Syriac, Isaac the Syrian].

  • Alexei Muravjev: John the Solitary. Letter to Theophilos a chapter in the Chrysostomic tradition. In: Symbol. 52, 2007, p. 445 - 462 Original author: John the Silitary (Russian) [Psedochrysostomica].

Müller, Dr. habil. Christian

Centre Felix Grat - CNRS, France
Field of research: Islamic studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Colette Jeudy Centre Felix Grat - CNRS
  • Christian Müller: A Legal Instrument in the Service of People and Institutions: Endowments in Mamluk Jerusalem as mirrored in the Ḥaram Documents. In: Mamluk Studies Review . 12, 2008, p. 173 - 189 [Islamic Law, foundations, waqf, Muslim Jerusalem, ].

Napolskich, Prof. Dr. Vladimir

Udmurt State University, Russian Federation
Field of research: Finno-Ugrian studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Eberhard Winkler Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Gemuev I. N. et al. Ed. by Vladimir Napolskikh, Anna-Leena Siikala, Mihály Hoppál. Transl. by Vladimir Napolskikh. : Mansi Mythology (Encyclopaedia of Uralic Mythologies, 3). Budapest – Helsinki: Akadémiai Kiadó; Finnish Literature Society, 2008, 2000 pp.

  • Tuchkova N. A. et al. Ed. by Vladimir Napolskikh, Anna-Leena Siikala, Mihály Hoppál. : Selkup Mythology (Encyclopaedia of Uralic Mythologies, 4). Budapest – Helsinki: Akadémiai Kiadó; Finnish Literature Society, 2010, 320 pp.

Nekrasevic-Karotkaja, Dr. Zanna

Belarus State University, Belarus
Field of research: Eastern Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Gun-Britt Kohler Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
  • Zanna Nekrasevic-Karotkaja: Der deutsche Lehrer der belarussischen Magnaten: moralisch-didaktische Gedichte von Johann Mylius aus Liebenrode (weissrussisch). In: Naša vera. 1 (55), 2011, p. 46 - 51 [Lateinsprachige Dichtung, studia humaniora, Erasm von Rotterdam, Johann Reuchlin, Eoban Hess, carmen heroicum, heros perfectus, Johann Mylius von Liebenrode (? - 1585), ].

  • Zanna Nekrasevic-Karotkaja: Cultural and historical understanding of the phenomenon of patronage in the works of the poets of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the Renaissance (litauisch). In: Celestial Patrons and Terrestrial Benefactors. (Ed. Akta Academia Artium Vilnensis ) Vilnius: Vilniaus dailes akademijos leidykla, 2011, p. 25 - 36 [patronage, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Renaissance, the Latin poetry].

  • Zanna Nekrasevic-Karotkaja: Das belarussische lateinische Poem: Spätrenaissance und frühes Barock (weissrussisch). Minsk: Belarussische Staatliche Universität, 2011, 230 pp. [alte belarussische Literatur, Großfürstentum Litauen; Renaisance; Barock; lateinischsprachiges Poem; Epik].

  • Zanna Nekrasevic-Karotkaja: Die Rolle der lateinischesprachigen Dichter des deutschen Kutrurraums im literarischen leben des Großfürstentums Litauen in der Mitte des 16. Jh.: Heinrich Moller Hess. Eptaph (weissrussisch). In: Belaruskae litaraturasnaustva_ navukovametadycny zbornik. Vypusk. Minsk: BDU. 9, 2011, p. 88 - 95 [Renaissance; lateinischsprachige Dichtung; Adam Schröter Silesius; Heinrich Moller Hess; Johann Mylius von Liebenrode].

  • Zanna Nekrasevic-Karotkaja: Dei Entwicklung des lateinischsprachigen Poems von der Antike bis zum Barock: westeuropäischer und weissrussischer Kontext (weissrussisch). In: Vesnik BDU. 4 Nr. 3, 2011, p. 3 - 7 [carmen heroicum; hagiographisches Poem; historisch-zeitgeschichtlicher Epos; hodoeporicon].

  • Zanna Nekrasevic-Karotkaja: Victory in the battle of Grunwald as omen faustum of the Jagiellonian dynasty in the epos The Prussian war (1516) by Ioannes Visliciensis (russisch). In: Senoji Lietuvos literatura. 31, 2011, p. 183 - 219 [the heroic poem Bellum Prutenum (1516) by Ioannes Visliciensis; Austrias (1516) by Riccardo Bartholini; historical-panegyrical epos; Jagiellonian dynasty].

  • Dr. Zanna Nekrasevic-Karotkaja: Lateinischsprachige Epik als Mittel der Übertragung des sozialen (symbolischen) Kapitals in der Literatur der Renaissance. Künstleriche Erfahrung des Großfürstentum Litauen (weißrussisch). In: Studi Slavistici: Rivista dell’Associazione Italiana degli Slavisti, Firenze University Press. IX, 2013, p. 217 - 242 [Latein, Epik, carmen heroicum, Reanaissance, das soziale (symbolische) Kapital, Großfürstentum Litauen, Ioannes Visliciensis, Nicolaus Hussovianus, Ioannes Mylius, Ioannes Radvanus].

  • Dr. Zanna Nekrasevic-Karotkaja: Die Rolle der lateinischsprachigen Poeten des deutschen Kulturraums in der literarischen Entwicklung Weißrusslands und Litauens (des Großfürstentums Litauen) in der Mitte des 16. Jahrhunderts (deutsch). In: Zeitschrift für Slawistik. 59(1), 2014, p. 1 - 20 [Großfürstentum Litauen, Identität, lateinischsprachige Dichtung, carmen heroicum, Renaissance, deutsches Kulturraum, Rzeczpospolita der beiden Staaten, Adam Schröther, Heinrich Moller, Johann Mylius ].

  • Dr. Zanna Nekrasevic-Karotkaja: Latin Epic Poetry and its Evolution as a Factor of Cultural Identity in Central and Eastern Europe in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (english). In: Latinitas in the Polish Crown and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Its Impact on the Development of Identities (Biblioteca di Studi Slavistici 25). (Ed. Giovanna Siedina) Firenze: University Press, 2014, p. 21 - 38 [Latin-language poem, carmen heroicum, hodoeporicon, panegyric or lyric and epic poem, written culture in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, a tendency towards epication of poetic narration, the epic dominant of the poetry development].

  • Dr. Zanna Nekrasevic-Karotkaja: Studia humaniora von Johann Mylius und die Anfänge der poetischen Kultur des Großfürstentums Litauen (deutsch). In: Science and technology as a basis of modernization for future sustainable debelopment. SSF-2014 / Proceedings of International Humboldt Conference (18–21 September 2014) . (Ed. Sergej Levchenko, Alena Kuzei) Minsk, 2014, p. 74 - 76 [studia humaniora, Johannes Mylius von Liebenrode, „rein philologische“ Richtung im deutschen Humanismus, Graf Hryhory Chadkevič, Schlacht bei Čašniki ].

  • Dr. Zanna Nekrasevic-Karotkaja: Panegyric on the Seizure of Polotsk (1580) by Basilius Hyacinthius and the Problem of the Literary Peculiarity of a Panegyric as a Genre of Ancient Literature (in Russian). In: Studia linguistica. Bd. 8 . (Ed. Iryna Holubovs'ka, Ihor Koroljov) Kyiv: Verlagshaus von Dmytro Buraho, 2014, p. 220 - 225 [panegyric, oratorical prose, declamation, poetics, genre, Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Renaissance].

Nichols, Prof. Dr. Stephen

Johns Hopkins University, United States of America
Field of research: French literature
Host: Prof. Dr. Joachim Küpper Freie Universität Berlin
  • Stephen G. Nichols: From Parchment to Cyberspace - medieval literature in the digital age. New York: Peter Lang Publishing Inc., 2016, 244 pp.

Nicolai, Prof. Dr. Robert

Universite de Nice Sophia Antipolis, France
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Rainer Voßen Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
  • Robert Nicolai: La construction du sémiotique. Sur les dynamiques langagières et l’activisme des acteurs de la communication. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2011, 160 pp. [Dynamics of Language, Semiotics, sociolinguistics, epistemology].

  • Robert Nicolai: La vision des faits. De l’a posteriori à l’a priori dans la saisie des langues. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2007, 160 pp. [linguistics, epistemology].

Nienhauser, Prof. Dr. William

University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States of America
Field of research: Sinology
Host: Prof. Dr. Hans van Ess Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
  • William Nienhauser: Zhuanji yu xiaoshuo, Tangdai wenxue bijiao lunji (Biography and Fiction: A Collection of Comparative Articles on Tang Dynasty Literature). Beijing: Zhonghua Book Company, 2007, 275 pp. [traditional Chinese fiction biography in China Tang literature].

  • William Nienhauser: Grand Scribe's Records, Volume 8: The Memoirs of Han China, Part I. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2008, lviii + 449 pp. Original author: Qian Sima (English) [Shiji early Chinese history Sima Qian Chinese textual history].

  • William Nienhauser: Tetrasyllabic Shi Poetry: The Book of Poetry (Shi jing). In: How to Read Chinese Poetry: A Guided Anthology. (Ed. Zong-qi Cai) New York: Columbia University Press, 2007, p. 15 - 47 [Shijing Book of Poetry early Chinese verse close reading of Chinese poetry].

  • William Nienhauser: The Grand Scribe's Records. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2008.

  • William Nienhauser: The Grand Scribe's Records, Vol. IX. Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2011, 425 pp.

  • Prof. Dr. William Nienhauser: The Grand Scribe´s Records, Volume X, The Memoirs of Han China, Part III. Bloomington, Indiana USA: Indiana University Press, 2016, 342 pp.

  • William H. Nienhauser: Tang Dynasty Tales - A Guided Reader - Vol. 2. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd. , 2016, 450 pp.

Nyong'o, Prof. Dr. Tavia

New York University, United States of America
Field of research: American language and literature, American studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Eva Boesenberg Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Tavia Nyong'o: Brown Punk: Kalup Linzy’s Musical Anticipations. In: TDR: The Drama Review. 54, 2010, p. 71 - 86 [performance art memory abjection popular music video art].

  • Tavia Nyong'o: Have You Seen His Childhood? Song, Screen, and the Queer Culture of the Child in Michael Jackson's Music. In: Journal of Popular Music Studies. 23, 2011, p. 40 - 57 [popular culture popular music African-American culture cinema music video].

  • Tavia Nyong'o: Same-Sex Africa and the Fantasy of Participation. In: Women Studies Quarterly. 40, 2012, p. 40 - 63 [Africa African diaspora new media sexuality activism ].

  • Prof. Dr. Tavia Nyong'o: Little Monsters: Race, Sovereignty and Queer Inhumanism in 'Beasts of the Southern Wild.'. In: GLQ. 21, 2015, [queer theory posthumanism cinema theatre black studies].

  • Prof. Dr. Tavia Nyong'o: "Rip It Up”: Excess and Ecstasy in Little Richard’s Sound. In: Black Performance Theory. (Ed. Thomas DeFrantz, Anita Gonzalez) Durham: Duke University Press, 2014, p. 169 - 183 [black studies queer theory popular music studies sound studies].

  • Prof. Dr. Tavia Nyong'o: In Finitude, Being with José, Being with Pedro. In: Social Text. 32, 2014, p. 71 - 85 [José Esteban Muñoz queer theory queer of color critique popular culture studies television performance art].

  • Prof. Dr. Tavia Nyong'o: Black Humanitarianism. In: Retrieving the Human: Reading Paul Gilroy. (Ed. Rebecka Rutledge Fisher, Jay Garcia) Albany: SUNY Press, 2014, p. 187 - 205 [black studies cultural studies Paul Gilroy humanism].

  • Prof. Dr. Tavia Nyong'o: Race, Reenactment, and the "Natural Born Citizen". In: Unsettled States: Nineteenth-Century American Literary Studies. (Ed. Dana Nelson, Ivy G. Wilson) New York: NYU Press, 2014, p. 76 - 102 [black studies American studies performance political culture].

  • Prof. Dr. Tavia Nyong'o: Back to the Garden: Queer Ecology in Samuel Delany's Heavenly Breakfast. In: American Literary History. 24, 2012, p. 747 - 767 [speculative fiction twentieth-century American literature queer theory black studies memoir].

  • Prof. Dr. Tavia Nyong'o: The Scene of Occupation. In: TDR: The Drama Review. 56, 2012, p. 136 - 149 [political culture performance].

O'Brien, Dr. Carl Sean

Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Germany
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Jens Halfwassen Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
  • Carl Sean O'Brien: The Middle Platonist Demiurge and Stoic Cosmobiology. In: Horizons: Seoul Journal of Humanities (= Song, E. (ed.) Demiurge: The World-Maker in the Platonic Tradition). 3.1-2, 2012, p. 19 - 39 [Demiurge, Stoicism, Platonism, Cosmology, Ancient Philosophy, Classical Philology].

  • Carl Sean O'Brien: The Demiurge in Ancient Thought. Secondary Gods and Divine Mediators. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015, 361 pp. [Greek Philosophy, Classical Philology, Theology, Metaphysics, Ancient Religion, Platonism, Christianity, Gnosticism].

  • Dr. Carl Sean O'Brien: Creation, Cosmogony and Cappadocian Cosmology. In: The Ecumenical Legacy of the Cappadocians. (Ed. Nicu Dumitrascu) New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, p. 7 - 20 [Patristics, Ancient Religion, Early Christianity, Ancient Philosophy, Platonism,].

  • Dr. Carl Sean O'Brien: Prayer in Maximus of Tyre. In: Platonic Theories of Prayer. (Ed. John Dillon, Andrei Timotin) Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2016, p. 58 - 72 [Ancient Religion, Ancient Philosophy, Greek Literature, Prayer, Maximus of Tyre, Ancient Rhetoric].

  • Dr. Carl Sean O'Brien: Plotinus and the Soul's logos as the structuring principle of the World. In: Seele und Materie im Neuplatonismus/Soul and Matter in Neoplatonism. (Ed. Jens Halfwassen, Tobias Dangel, Carl O'Brien,) Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2016, p. 105 - 133 [Plotinus, Neoplatonism, Soul, World-Generation, Greek Philosophy].

  • Jens Halfwassen, Tobias Dangel, Carl Sean O'Brien (eds.): Seele und Materie im Neuplatonismus/ Soul and Matter in Neoplatonism. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2016, 290 pp. [Neoplatonism, Greek Philosophy, Metaphysics, Reception of Plato].

Odebunmi, Dr. Stephen Akinola

University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Field of research: English (linguistics)
Host: Prof. Dr. Peter Auer Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
  • Dr. Stephen Akinola Odebunmi: “Tracking Ideology in Political News”. In: California Linguistic Notes . XXXV (2), 2010, p. 1 - 23 [Discourse tracking; political news; Nigerian media ].

  • Dr. Stephen Akinola Odebunmi: “Ideology and Body Part Metaphors in Nigerian English”. In: Review of Cognitive Linguistics . 8(2), 2010, p. 272 - 299 [Ideology; metaphor; Nigerian English; culture; social group].

  • Dr. Stephen Akinola Odebunmi: “Language and Gender Perspectives in Nigerian Theo- religious Contexts”. In: Anglogermanica . 7, 2010, p. 65 - 84 [Religion; gender; seminaries; patriarchal/gender-neutral items; exclusive/inclusive/ subjective/ submissive usages].

  • Dr. Stephen Akinola Odebunmi: “Concealment in Consultative Encounters in Nigerian Hospitals”. In: Pragmatics. 21 (4), 2011, p. 619 - 645 [Concealment; Doctor-client interaction; Pragmeme; Strategies; Socio-psychological security].

  • Dr. Stephen Akinola Odebunmi: “The baby dey chuk chuk: Language and Emotions in Doctor-client Interaction”. In: Pragmatics and Society . 3 (2), 2012, p. 120 - 148 [(Nigerian) Pidgin; emotion; doctor-client encounters;context; relevance theory; cognitive processing].

  • Dr. Stephen Akinola Odebunmi: “Multiple Codes, Multiple Impressions: An Analysis of Doctor-client encounters in Nigeria”. In: Multilingua. 32 (3), 2013, p. 373 - 403 [Multiple codes; doctor–client interaction; activity types; discourse types, strategic choices; non-strategic choices].

  • Dr. Stephen Akinola Odebunmi: “Greetings and Politeness in Doctor-client Encounters in Southwestern Nigeria”. In: Iranian Journal of Society, Culture and Language. 1 (1), 2013, p. 101 - 117 [Medical institution; Yoruba Culture; Politeness; Interactive (dis) alignments; doctor-client interaction].

  • Dr. Stephen Akinola Odebunmi: "You didn’t give me to go and buy’: Negotiating accountability for poor health in post-recommendation medical consultations". In: Journal of Pragmatics. 93, 2016, p. 1 - 15 [Post-recommendationmedicalconsultations;Discursive negotiation;Patient and doctor responsibility;Commonground; Sequentiality;Nigerian hospitals].

  • Dr. Stephen Akinola Odebunmi & Joyce T. Mathangwane: Essays on language, Communication and Literature in Africa. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016, 554 pp. [Linguistics; Sociolinguitics; Arts and design styles].

  • Dr. Stephen Akinola Odebunmi: “Participation Configuration in a Nigerian University Campus”. In: Pragmatics and Cognition. 20 (1), 2012, p. 186 - 213 [Culture; Goffman's participation framework; Illocutionary goals; Nigerian university students; Participation structure; Space].

Okunoye, Prof. Dr. Oyeniyi

Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Sylvia Mayer Universität Bayreuth
  • Oyeniyi Okunoye (with Aderemi Raji-Oyelade) Eds.: The Postcolonial Lamp:Essays in Honour of Dan Izevbaye. Ibadan: Bookcraft, 2008, 439 pp. [African Literature; postcolonial criticism; Nigerian writing ].

  • Oyeniyi Okunoye: "Postcoloniality, Modern African Poetry, and Counter-Discourse". In: Matatu. 35, 2007, p. 111 - 131 [postcolonial theory;African poetry].

  • Oyeniyi Okunoye: "Niyi Osundare". In: The Facts on File Companion to World Poetry:1900 to the Present. (Ed. R.Victoria Arana) New York: Facts on File, 2008, p. 333 - 335 [Nigerian poetry].

  • Oyeniyi Okunoye: :"Kofi Anyidoho". In: The Facts on File Companion to World Poetry: 1900 to the Present. (Ed. R.Victoria Arana) New York: Facts on File, 2008, p. 21 - 23 [African poetry;Ghanaian poetry].

  • Oyeniyi Okunoye: "Tanure Ojaide". In: The Facts on File Companion to World Poetry:1900 to the Present. (Ed. R.Victoria Arana) New York: Facts on File, 2008, p. 323 - 325 [African poetry;Nigerian poetry].

  • Oyeniyi Okunoye: "Alterity, Marginality and the National Question in the Poetry of the Niger Delta". In: Cahier d'etudes africaines. 191, 2008, p. 413 - 436 [Nigerian poetry;marginal discourse; the Niger Delta;Nature and Humanity].

  • Oyeniyi Okunoye: The Trope of the Ancestor in Contemporary Black Poetry. In: Obsidian: Literature in the African Diaspora. 8, 2007, p. 140 - 161 [ancestral connections;kinship;Africana culture].

  • Oyeniyi Okunoye: Pan-Africanism and Globalized Black Identity in the Poetry of Kofi Anyidoho and Kwadwo Opoku-Agyemang. In: A Review of International English Literature. 40.1, 2009, p. 57 - 79 [Pan-Africanism; memory of trauma; homeland and diaspora, Global Africa; recreating the past].

  • Oyeniyi Okunoye: Half a Century of Reading Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart. In: English Studies. 91, 2010, p. 42 - 57 [Achebe, canonization; African fiction, writing back].

  • Oyeniyi Okunoye: Ewi, Yoruba Modernity, and the Public Space. In: Research in African Literatures. 41, 2010, p. 43 - 64 [Yoruba poetry;modernity; Yoruba culture; Yoruba poetics].

  • Oyeniyi Okunoye: Writing Resistance: Dissidence and Visions of Healing in Nigerian Poetry of the Military Era. In: Tydskrif vir Letterkunde. 48/1, 2011, p. 64 - 85 [Nigerian poetic imagination;post-civil war Nigeria;pro-democracy agitation;resistance poetry].

  • Oyeniyi Okunoye: Lanrewaju Adepọju and the Making of Modern Yoruba Poetry . In: Africa: Journal of the International African Institute. 81/2, 2011, p. 175 - 203 [Yoruba poetry; Lanrewaju Adepoju; contemporary Yoruba culture].

Omachonu, Dr. Gideon Sunday

Nasarawa State University, Nigeria
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Tom Güldemann Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Gideon Sunday Omachonu: Derivational Processes in Igala Numeral System: Some Universal Considerations. In: Journal of Universal Language . 12-2, 2011, p. 81 - 101 [Derivational processes, morphology and syntax of Igala numerals].

  • Gideon Sunday Omachonu: Igala Language Studies: Progress, Issues and Challenges. In: Igala Language Studies. (Ed. Gideon Sunday Omachonu) Saarbrücken Germany : LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2011, p. 15 - 45 [Igala language, linguistic documentation and description].

  • Gideon Sunday Omachonu: Igala Phonetics and Phonology. In: Igala Language Studies. (Ed. Gideon Sunday Omachonu) Saarbrücken Germany: LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2011, p. 46 - 75 [Igala language, linguistic description].

  • Gideon Sunday Omachonu, Eleojo M. A. Adama: Assimilation and Syllable Structure Processes in Igala. In: The Nasara Journal of Humanities. 4,2, 2011, p. 66 - 82 [documentation, description, Igala].

  • Gideon Sunday Omachonu, Williams Sunday Onogu: Determining Compoundhood in Igala: From Universal to Language Specific Focus. In: Journal of Universal Language. 13-2, 2012, p. 91 - 117 [documentation, description, morphosyntax, Igala].

  • Gideon Sunday Omachonu, Philip Nweke Anagbogu: Nigeria at 50: Language Studies and Language Policy. In: African Leadership Challenges and other Issues.. (Ed. Wolfgang Bokelmann, Olayemi Akinwumi, Uche M. Nwankwo, Anthony O. Agwuele ) Berlin-Germany: Mediateam IT Educational Publishers. , 2012, p. 96 - 204 [language documentation, Igala, Nigeria].

  • Gideon Sunday Omachonu: Comparative Analysis of the Numeral Systems of Igala, Yoruba, German and English. In: Linguistik online. 55,5, 2012, p. 57 - 73 [language documentation, description, morphology, syntax].

  • Gideon Sunday Omachonu & David Areo Abraham : Compounding in Igala: Defining Criteria, Forms and Functions. In: Unizik Journal of Arts and Humanities (UJAH). 13, 2, 2012, p. 184 - 206 [Documentation, Description, morpho-syntax of Igala].

  • Gideon Sunday Omachonu & Philip Nweke Anagbogu: Headedness and Demarcation in Nominal Compounds: Evidence from Ígálà, Ìgbò, Kọ̀ríng and Yorùbá. In: Journal of West African Languages (JWAL) . XL.1, 2013, p. 1 - 17 [Documentation, description, morpho-syntax of Nigerian languages].

  • Gideon Sunday Omachonu: Headedness and Demarcation between Nominal Compound and Noun Phrase in Ígálà. In: Issues in Contemporary African Linguistics: A Festschrift for O̩ladele Awobuluyi. (Ed. O-M. Ndimele, L.C. Yuka & J.F.Ilori) Port Harcourt: M & J Grand Orbit Communications Ltd, 2013, p. 103 - 124 [Documentation, description, morpho-syntax of Igala].

Opland, Dr. Jeffrey

SOAS, University of London, South Africa
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Ekkehard Wolff Universität Leipzig
  • Jeff Opland (ed and trans): Tne nation's bounty: the Xhosa poetry of Nontsizi Mgqwetho. Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2007, 478 pp. Original author: Nontsizi Mgqwetho (English) [South Africa African languages Xhosa literature poetry women's studies].

  • Jeff Opland ed and trans, Abner Nyamende trans: Isaac Williams Wauchope: Selected Writings 1874-1916. Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society, 2008, 427 pp. Original author: Isaac Williams Wauchope (English) [South Africa African languages Xhosa literature biography].

  • Jeff Opland ed and trans: Abantu besizwe: historical and biographical writings, 1902-1944. Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2009, 625 pp. Original author: S.E.K. Mqhayi (English) [South Africa African languages Xhosa history literature].

  • Jeff Opland Wandile Kuse Pamela Maseko ed and trans: Isizwe esinembali: Xhosa histories and poetry (1873-1888). Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2015, 550 pp. Original author: William Wellington Gqoba (English) [South Africa African languages Xhosa literature].

  • Jeff Opland Pamela Maseko ed and trans: Iimbali zamanyange: historical poems. Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2015, 289 pp. Original author: D.L.P. Yali-Manisi (English) [South Africa African Languages Xhosa poetry epic].

  • Jeff Opland Peter T. Mtuze ed and trans: Umoya wembongi: collected poems (1922-1935). Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2016, 416 pp. Original author: John Solilo (English) [South Africa African languages Xhosa literature poetry].

  • Jeff Opland, Peter T. Mtuze ed and trans: Iziganeko zesizwe: Occasional Poems (1900-1943). Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2017, 478 pp. Original author: S.E.K. Mqhayi (English) [South Africa Xhosa Literature African Languages poetry].

  • Jeff Opland: Xhosa Poets and Poetry 2nd edition updsted and revised. Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2017, 444 pp. [South Africa Xhosa Literature African Languages poetry].

Ordine, Prof. Dr. Diamante Nuccio

Universita della Calabria, Italy
Field of research: Romance languages and literature, Romance studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Winfried Wehle Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
  • Diamante Nuccio Ordine: Die Schwelle des Schattens. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2009, 307 pp.

Oshima, Dr. Takayoshi

Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany
Field of research: Ancient Near Eastern studies, ancient Oriental languages
Host: Prof. Dr. Michael P. Streck Universität Leipzig
  • Takayoshi Oshima and Wayne Horowitz: New Light on an Old Find from Hazor. In: Treasures on Camels¿ Humps, Historical and Literary Studies from the Ancient Near East Presented to Israel Eph¿al. (Ed. M. Cogan and D Kahn) Jerusalem: The Hebrew University Magness Press, 2008, p. 99 - 103 [Hazor Canaan Cuneiform text Seal Impression].

  • Takayoshi Oshima: Babylonian Prayers to Marduk. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2011, 483 + pp.

Oyetade, Prof. Dr. Solomon Oluwole

University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Bernd Heine Universität zu Köln
  • Solomon Oluwole Oyetade: Language Endangerment in Nigeria: Perspectives on Akoko Languages of the Southwest. Small Languages and Small Language Communities 55. In: International Journal of the Sociology of Language. 184, 2007, p. 169 - 184.

Papathomas, Prof. Dr. Amphilochios

National and Capodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Andrea Jördens Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
  • Amphilochios Papathomas: Juristische Begriffe im ersten Korintherbrief des Paulus. Eine semantisch-lexikalische Untersuchung auf der Basis der zeitgenössischen Papyri (Tyche. Supplementband 7). Wien: Holzhausen, 2009, 253 pp. [Theologie, Papyrologie, Paulus, erster Korintherbrief, frühes Christentum, Papyri, Papyrusurkunden, Rhetorik, Kommunikationsstrategien, Rechtsgeschichte, Juristische Begriffe, Rechtsbegriffe].

  • Amphilochios Papathomas, Chrysanthos Chrysanthou: Zur Terminologie des Sterbens. Ausdrucksweisen über Tod und Sterben in den griechischen dokumentarischen Papyri. In: Tyche. 25, 2010, p. 1 - 21 [Papyrologie, Alte Geschichte, Klassische Philologie, Lexikographie].

  • Amphilochios Papathomas: Bemerkungen zum Geschäftsbrief P.Worp 24. In: Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik. 168, 2009, p. 259 - 264 [Papyrologie, Klassische Philologie].

  • Amphilochios Papathomas: Zum Prosatext des homerischen Fragments P.Heid. IV 289. In: Archiv für Papyrusforschung. 55.1, 2009, p. 32 - 35 [Papyrologie, Klassische Philologie].

  • Amphilochios Papathomas: Notizen zu griechischen Briefen auf Papyri und Ostraka. In: Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik. 172, 2010, p. 208 - 212 [Papyrologie, Klassische Philologie].

  • Amphilochios Papathomas: Heliodors Aithiopika 9.26.1 als Reminiszenz der kaiserzeitlichen Institution der Sklavenanakrisis. In: Mnemosyne. 63.4, 2010, p. 625 - 634 [Klassische Philologie, Papyrologie, Rechtsgeschichte].

  • Amphilochios Papathomas: Textkritisches zu römischen und byzantinischen Papyri. In: Tyche. 25, 2010, p. 221 - 224 [Papyrologie, Textkritik].

Papp, Dr. Sandor Laszlo

Gaspar Karoli University of the Hungarian Reformed Church, Hungary
Field of research: Turkish studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Michael Ursinus Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
  • Sandor Laszlo Papp: Unbekannte osmanische Dokumente über die letzten Lebensjahre von Kelemen Mikes. In: Literaturtransfer und Interkulturalität im Exil. (Ed. Gabor Tüskes) Bern: Peter Lang AG, 2012, p. 61 - 69.

Parina, Dr. Elena

Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
Field of research: Celtic studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Erich Poppe Philipps-Universität Marburg
  • Elena Parina: Polysemy of Welsh llawn ‘full’ in the Poetry of Dafydd ap Gwilym. In: 'Yn llawen iawn, yn llawn iaith': Proceedings of the 6th International Colloquium of Societas Celto-Slavica. Studia Celto-Slavica 7. (Ed. Dafydd Johnston, Elena Parina, Maxim Fomin ) Aberystwyth: University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, 2015, p. 69 - 88.

  • Elena Parina: Semantics of Welsh dur: Synchronic Analysis and Language-Contact Considerations. In: Journal of Celtic Linguistics . 16, 2015, p. 1 - 39.

  • Elena Parina: Polysemiaeth a Newid Ystyr mewn Ansoddeiriau Cymraeg. [Polysemy and Meaning Change in Welsh Adjectives]. In: Ysgrifau ar Ieithyddiaeth a Geiriaduraeth Gymraeg. [Writings on Welsh Linguistics and Lexicography].. (Ed. Delyth Prys) Bangor: Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol, 2014, p. 47 - 64.

Pausch, Prof. Dr. Dennis

Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Field of research: Latin philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Douglas L. Cairns University of Edinburgh
  • Dennis Pausch: Livius und der Leser. Narrative Strukturen in ab urbe condita. München: Beck, 2011, 320 pp.

Pentcheva, Dr. Bissera

Stanford University, United States of America
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Albrecht Berger Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
  • Bissera Pentcheva: Containers of Power: Eunuchs and Reliquaries in Byzantium. In: Res. Journal of Anthropology and Aesthetics. 51, 2007, p. 109 - 120 [Byzantine Art, Limburg Staurothek, Eunuchs, Gender, Epigrams].

  • Bissera Pentcheva: The Sensual Icon: Space, Ritual, and the Senses in Byzantium. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2010, [phenomenology, aesthetics, icons].

Perilli, Prof. Dr. Lorenzo

Universita di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Christian Brockmann Universität Hamburg
  • Lorenzo Perilli: Democritus, zoology and the physicians. In: Democritus: Science, The Arts and the Care of the Soul . (Ed. Aldo Brancacci - Pierre-Marie Morel) Leiden: Brill, 2007, p. 143 - 179.

  • Lorenzo Perilli: Filologia ieri, oggi ... e domani. In: Annuario di Informatica Umanistica, in print. 1, 2009.

  • Lorenzo Perilli: Tao e Logos. Scienza e medicina nell’antichità: Cina e Grecia. Pisa: Edizioni della Normale, 2009, 337 pp. Original author: G.E.R. Lloyd, N. Sivin (Italian) [Ancient Science; ancient medicine; ancient Philosophy: Greece; China].

  • Lorenzo Perilli: “Nuovi” manoscritti del Glossario Ippocratico di Galeno e considerazioni stemmatiche – Codex olim Mosquensis, codex Bodleianus Holkhamensis 92. In: Officina Hippocratica. Schriften zu Ehre von Anargyros Anastassiou und Dieter Irmer. (Ed. L. Perilli, C. Brockmann, K.-D. Fischer, A. Roselli) Berlin-New York: De Gruyter, 2011, [Antike Medizin; Paläographie].

  • Lorenzo Perilli: Scrivere la medicina. La trascrizione dei miracoli di Asclepio e il Corpus Hippocraticum. In: Antike Medizin im Schnittpunkt von Geistes- und Naturwissenschaften. (Ed. Ch. Brockmann, W. Brunschön, O. Overwien) Berlin-New York : De Gruyter, 2009, p. 75 - 120 [Antike Medizin].

  • Lorenzo Perilli: Su Esichio e i cosiddetti frammenti del Glossario Ippocratico di Erotiano. In: Galenos. 2, 2008, p. 35 - 55 [Klassische Philologie; Antike Medizin; Antike Lexikographie].

  • Lorenzo Perilli: Sulla editio princeps del Papiro di Derveni. In: Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica , «QUCC» 87/3, 2007, 165-169. 87/3, 2007, p. 165 - 169 [Antike Philosophie; Klassische Philologie].

  • Lorenzo Perilli: Conservazione dei testi e circolazione della conoscenza in Grecia. In: Biblioteche del mondo antico. (Ed. Angela Andrisano) Roma: Carocci, 2007, p. 36 - 71 [Antike Medizin; Klassische Philologie; Griechische Literatur].

  • Lorenzo Perilli: Lagos. Das Bauzeug der Welt. Einleitung. In: Logos - Theorie und Begriffsgeschichte. (Ed. Lorenzo Perili) Darmstadt: WBG, 2013, p. 1 - 18.

Petrbok, Dr. Vaclav

The Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
Field of research: Western Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Tilman Berger Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Vaclav Petrbok: "Es ist ja eben eine Umdichtung": Friedrich Adler als Übersetzer tschechischer Lyrik. In: Praha-Prag 1900-1945. Literaturstadt zweier Sprachen, vieler Mittler. (Ed. Jozo Džambo) Passau: Stutz, 2010, p. 73 - 92 [Friedrich Adler Jaroslav Vrchlický Komparatistik deutsch-tschechische Literaturgeschichte Literaturvermittlung Kulturvermittlung].

  • Václav Petrbok (zusammen mit Jan Randák): Die Stadt als realer und symbolischer Raum der nationaler Identität: Prag an der Wende vom 19. zum 20. Jahrhundert. In: Praha-Prag 1900-1945. Literaturstadt zweier Sprachen . (Ed. Peter Becher, Anna Knechtel) Passau: Stutz, 2010, p. 31 - 62 [Prag literarisches Thema Besetzung des öffentlichen Raumes deutsch-tschechische Beziehungen].

  • Václav Petrbok: August Sauer und die Bohemistik. In: August Sauer (1855-1926) Ein Intellektueller in Prag zwischen Kultur- und Wissenschaftspolitik . (Ed. Steffen Höhne) Köln, Wien, Weimar: Böhlau, 2010, p. 229 - 248 [August Sauer Germanistik Bohemistik Wissenschaftsgeschichte Literaturhistoriographie Böhmische Länder].

  • Václav Petrbok: Wer war Ferdinand Břetislav Mikovec? (tschechisch). In: Ferdinand Břetislav Mikovec, Pražská Thálie kolem 1850. (Ed. Jitka Ludvová) Praha: Praha: Institut umění - Divadelní ústav, 2010, p. 5 - 53 [Mehrsprachigkeit Böhmische Länder 19. Jahrhundert Tschechische Literatur Deutschsprachige Literatur Theaterkritik Drama Ferdinand Břetislav Mikovec Praha/Prag].

  • Václav Petrbok: Wem gehörte Ferdinand Břetislav Mikovec? Tschechen und Deutsche über sein Ableben und Begräbnis (tschechisch). In: Jeden jazyk naše heslo buď VI: Češi, Židé, Němci. (Ed. Ivanka Horáková) Plzeň - Radnice: Studijní a vědecká knihovna Plzeňského kraje -Spolek divadelních ochotníků, 2010, p. 51 - 57 [Tschechische Literatur Deutschsprachige Literatur Ferdinand Břetislav Mikovec Prag/Praha].

  • Václav Petrbok: Die „Tatsache zweier Muttersprachen“. Paul Eisners Schul- und Studienjahre im Prag des frühen 20. Jahrhunderts. In: Übersetzer zwischen den Kulturen Der Prager Publizist Paul/Pavel Eisner. (Ed. Ines Koeltzsch, Michaela Kuklová und Michael Wögerbauer) Köln - Wien - Weimar: Böhlau, 2011, p. 17 - 44 [Mehrsprachigkeit, Prag, deutschsprachige Literatur, tschechische Literatur, Kulturvermittlung, Paul/Pavel Eisner].

  • Vaclav Petrbok: Glanz, Elend und Fall der literarischen Mehrsprachigkeit in den böhmischen Ländern oder der Fall der Marjem (Marianna) Frankl (tschechisch). In: Česká literatura . 59, 2011, p. 868 - 871 [Juden, Mehrschprachigkeit, Literatur, Böhmische Länder, 19. Jahrhundert, Deustche, Tschechen, Literarische Vermittlung].

  • Vaclav Petrbok: „„Wir können uns ja selbst lieben“: wieder über den tschechisch-jüdisch-deutsche Revolutionsgeist in den Jahren 1843–1847 (tschechisch). In: Slovo a smysl. Vol. 16, 2011, p. 95 - 105 [Juden, Deutsche, Tschechen, Identität, Mehrsprachigkeit, Nationalismus, 19. Jahrhundert, Böhmische Länder, Siegfried Kapper, Karel Havlíček, Václav Bolemír Nebeský, Karel Štorch].

  • Vaclav Petrbok: David Kuh and Jan Neruda. In: Judaica Bohemiae. 46/2, 2011, p. 95 - 126 [Juden, Deutsche, Tschechen, Identität, Mehrsprachigkeit, Böhmische Länder, 19. Jahrhundert, Nationalismus, Antisemitismus, Journalismus, Jan Neruda, David Kuh].

  • Vaclav Petrbok: Von der „Beamtenfrage“ bis zur „Milderung der Schroffheit der nationalen Kämpfe“. Voraussetzungen, Entwicklung und Wirkung von Franz Spinas Engagement in schulpolitischen Fragen vor dem Ersten Weltkrieg. In: Franz Spina (1868 – 1938). Ein Prager Slavist zwischen Universität und politischer Öffentlichkeit. (Ed. Steffen Höhne – Ludger Udolph) Köln - Wien - Weimar: Böhlau, 2012, p. 97 - 125 [Deutsche, Tschechen, Böhmische Länder, 19. Jahrhundert, Schulwesen, Schulpolitik, Kulturvermittlung, Mehrsprachigkeit, Franz Spina].

  • Vaclav Petrbok: Josef Wenzig und die (Selbst-)Wahrnehmung seiner politischen und literarischen Tätigkeit in den 60er Jahren des 19. Jahrhunderts. In: Kafka und Prag. Literatur-, kultur-, sozial- und sprachhistorische Kontexte. (Ed. Peter Becher, Steffen Höhne und Marek Nekula) Köln - Wien - Weimar: Böhlau, 2012, p. 13 - 34 [Deutsche, Tschechen, Böhmische Länder, Mehrsprachigkeit, Schulwesen, Schulpolitik, Literaturgeschichte, Kulturvermittlung, 19. Jahrhundert, Josef Wenzig].

  • Vaclav Petrbok: Berührungen oder Streite? Einige Kapitel zur Geschichte der deutsch-österreichisch-tschechischen Literaturbeziehungen in den böhmischen Ländern zwischen den Schlacht am Weißen Berg und den Napoleonischen Kriegen (tschechisch). Praha: Triáda, 2012, [Literaturgeschichte, böhmische Länder, Komparatistik, Sprachwechsel, Genologie, Sprachunterricht, Erbauungsliteratur, Hymnologie, Fachliteratur, Barock, Aufklärung].

  • Vaclav Petrbok: Die Wiener Feuilletons von V. B. Nebeský: „Však ale má Vídeň jméno od Slovanů (Vindebona), a duch světodějin je přece spravedlivý“. In: Miscellanea vindobonensia bohemica. In Erinnerung an den 200. Todestag von Josef Valentin Zlobický. (Ed. Stefan Michael Newerkla, Hana Sodeyfi, Jana Villnow Komárková) Wien: Holzhausen, 2012, p. 123 - 131 [Václav Bolemír Nebeský, Vienna, Journalism, Bilingualism, Czechs, Germans, 19th century].

  • Vaclav Petrbok: Über die "vlastenci" und Landsleute (O vlastencích a Landsmannech, tschechisch). In: Musarum Socius : jinak též Malý Slavnopis. (Ed. Josef Förster - Petr Kitzler - Václav Petrbok - Hana Svatošová) Praha: Filosofický ústav AV ČR, Kabinet pro klasická studia, 2011, p. 127 - 144 [Patriotism, Czechs, Germans, 18th century,semantic change, language use].

Petrukhin, Dr. Pavel V.

Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
Field of research: Eastern Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Werner Lehfeldt Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Pavel V. Petrukhin: Zhili-byli: the problem is over? (in Russian). In: Russkij jazyk v nauchnom osveshchenii. 14, 2007, p. 268 - 282 [folklore formula, pluperfect, supercompound past, language contacts].

  • Pavel V. Petrukhin: Discourse functions of Old Russian "bookish" pluperfect (according to Kiev and Galician-Volyn chronicles) (in Russian). In: Studies in the Theory of Grammar. Vol. 4: Grammatical Categories in Discourse.. (Ed. Valentin Gusev, Vladimir Plungian, Anna Urmanchieva) Moscow: Gnosis, 2008, p. 213 - 240 [Old Russian, pluperfect, discourse functions].

  • Pavel V. Petrukhin, Dmitrij V. Sichinava: Once more on the East Slavic supercompound past, the pluperfect and the modern dialect constructions (in Russian). In: Russkij jazyk v naučnom osveščenii. 15, 2008, p. 224 - 258 [supercompound past, pluperfect, Russian dialects, typology].

  • Pavel V. Petrukhin: A contribution to the study of the Novgorod birch-bark letter no. 724 (in Russian). In: Russkij jazyk v naučnom osveščenii. 1 (17), 2009, p. 109 - 126 [Novgorod, birch-bark letters, Old Russian lexicon, paleography].

  • Pavel V. Petrukhin: On the Issue of the Language of the 1229 Smolensk-Riga Trade Treaty (in Russian). In: Ot formy k značeniju, ot značenija k forme. Festschrift for A.V. Bondarko.. (Ed. M. D. Vojejkova) Moscow, 2012, p. 477 - 488 [Old Russian, Middle Low German, Smolensk-Riga Trade Treaty].

  • Pavel V. Petrukhin: On the new Edition of the Smolensk-Riga Documents (review of: A. Ivanov, A. Kuznecov. Smolensk-Riga documents: the 13th-first half of the 14th cent. Riga, 2009) (in Russian). In: Imenoslov. Istorija jazyka. Istorija kul’tury.. (Ed. F.B. Uspenskij) Moscow, 2012, p. 386 - 398 [medieval Smolensk-Riga documents, Hansa].

  • Pavel V. Petrukhin: A contribution to the reconstruction and translation of the Russian Primary Chronicle (in Russian). In: Russkij jazyk v naučnom osveščenii. 23, 2012, p. 232 - 249 [Russian Primary Chronicle, translation, reconstruction, textology].

  • Pavel V. Petrukhin: On the pragmatics of the supercompound past tense in the East Slavic literature (in Russian). In: Wiener Slavistisches Jahrbuch. Neue Folge. 1, 2013, p. 74 - 98 [performatives, the supercompound past tense, Old Russian language ].

  • Pavel V. Petrukhin: On the Dating of the 1229 Smolensk-Riga Trade Treaty (in Russian). In: Lingvističeskoe istočnikovedenie i istorija russkogo jazyka 2012-2013. (Ed. A.M. Moldovan, E.A. Mishina.) Moscow, 2013, p. 161 - 178 [Old Russian language, Old Russian history, textology, Hansa, Middle Low German].

  • Pavel V. Petrukhin: War der deutsch-russische Vertrag von 1229 das erste Dokument in mittelniederdeutscher Sprache?. In: Niederdeutsches Jahrbuch. 136, 2013, p. 7 - 19 [Middle Low German, Russian-German trade treaties].

Podolak, Dr. Pietro

University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Michael Erler Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
  • Pietro Podolak: L'amore divino nella tradizione platonica e nello Pseudo Dionigi Areopagita. In: Adamantius. 14, 2008, p. 311 - 328 [Pseudo-Dionyius Proclus Spätneuplatonismus].

  • Pietro Podolak, in Zusammenarbeit mit Davide Baldi : Postille pseudodionisiane nel Laur. San Marco 686. In: Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft. 33, 2009, p. 139 - 164 [ps.Dionysius Areopagita griechische Paläographie griechische Philologie Byzantinistik].

  • Pietro Podolak: Un inno dello ps.Dionigi l' Areopagita? Alcune osservazioni sul carme 1, 1, 29 attribuito a Gregorio di Nazianzo. In: Auctores Nostri. 5, 2007, p. 187 - 202 [ps.Dionysius Areopagita Spätneuplatonismus klassische Philologie].

  • Pietro Podolak: Questioni pitoclee. In: Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft. 34, 2010, p. im Druck, erscheint 2010 [Epikur, Pythoklesbrief klassische Philologie antike Philosophie].

  • Pietro Podolak, unter der Mitarbeit von Jan Erik Heßler : Soranos von Ephesos, Perì psychès. Sammlung der Testimonien, Kommentar und Einleitung. Berlin: De Gruyter, Beiträge zur Altertumskunde, Band 279, 2010, 210 pp. [Soranos von Ephesos antike Philosophie antike Medizin Seelenlehre ].

Podtergera, Dr. Irina

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany
Field of research: Slavic and Balkan studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Helmut Keipert Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • Besorgt und kommentiert von D. Christians, T. Chronz, I. Podtergera, D. Rafiyenko, E. Smyka und V. S. Tomelleri, hrsg. von D. Christians und H. Rothe (= Abhandlungen der Nordrhein-Westfälischen Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Künste. Bd. 124. Patristica slavica. Bd. 19).: Gottesdienstmenäum für den Monat April auf der Grundlage der Handschrift Sin. 165 des Staatlichen Historischen Museums Moskau (GIM). Historisch-kritische Edition. Teil 1: 1. bis 9. April. Paderborn – München – Wien – Zürich: Verlag Ferdinand Schöningh, 2010, 555-607 pp. [Edition kirchenslavischer Texte aus dem 11 Jh. Linguistischer und textkritischer Kommentar zu den Hymnen für den 8. April.].

  • Irina Podtergera: ‘Obščij russkij jazyk’ bei Juraj Križanić: Ein politisch-religiöses Konzept zwischen Ost und West. In: Bibel, Liturgie und Frömmigkeit in der Slavia Byzantina. Festgabe für Hans Rothe zum 80. Geburtstag (= Studies on Language and Culture in Central and Eastern Europe, Bd. 3). . (Ed. Dagmar Christians, Vittorio Tomelleri, Dieter Stern) München - Berlin: Verlag Otto Sagner, 2009, p. 450 - 474 [das Konzept einer Gemeinsprache für alle Slaven im Kontext einer Auseinandersetzung Križanićs mit polnischen polemischen und historischen Schriften des 16. und 17. Jh. und vor dem Hintergrund der Ansprüche des russischen Zaren auf den polnischen Thro].

  • Irina Podtergera: Der Alfavitar radi učenija malych detej und sein Umfeld. In: Zeitschrift für Slavische Philologie. 66.2, 2009, p. 271 - 285 [Rezensionsaufsatz zu: Bragone, Maria Cristina: Alfavitar radi učenija malych detej. Un abbecedario nella Russia del Seicento. Firenze: Firenze University Press 2008. 288 S. (Biblioteca di Studi Slavistici; Bd. 6).].

  • Irina Podtergera, Vittorio S. Tomelleri: Catholicus: sobornyi – kafoličeskii – pravoslavnyi (iz istorii termina). Čast’ 1 [= Catholicus: sobornyi – kafoličeskii – pravoslavnyi (zur Geschichte eines Terminus). Teil 1]. In: Russkij jazyk v naučnom osveščenii. 17.1, 2009, p. 45 - 108 [eine komparatistische Studie zur historischen Semantik in slavischen Sprachen; innerslavischer Wortgebrauch, zugleich Parallelen zum gesamteuropäischen sprachlichen Kontext; Rekonstruktion unterschiedlicher semantischer Vorstellungen in der Wortgeschichte].

  • Irina Podtergera: ‘beïnhalten’ auf Kirchenslavisch. In: Russica Romana. XVII, 2010, p. 43 - 88 [Ausgehend von germanistischen Ansätzen zur Satzsemantik (Peter von Polenz) werden hier syntaktische Modelle für die Behandlung begriffsgeschichtlicher Fragestellungen entwickelt, die eine übereinzelsprachliche Analyse des Problems erlauben.].

  • Irina Podtergera: Der unbekannte Sobolevskij: deutschsprachige Quellen der „Geschichte der russischen Literatursprache“. In: 10. Deutscher Slavistentag. Programm. Universität Tübingen. 1 bis 3. Oktober 2009.. 2009, p. 114 - 114 [vgl. unter http:// www.slavistentag2009.uni-tuebingen.de/abstracts/AbstractPodtergera.pdf].

  • Irina Podtergera: Recepcija antičnosti v russkoj kul’ture načala XVIII veka. In: Russko-evropejskie literaturnye svjazi. XVIII vek. Ėnciklopedičeskij slovar’. Stat’i (= Aurora borealis). (Ed. Pjotr E. Bucharkin) Sankt-Peterburg: Fakul'tet filologii i iskusstv SPbGU, 2008, p. 260 - 274 [Die Rezeption der Antike in der russischen Kultur zu Beginn des 18. Jahrhunderts].

  • Irina Podtergera: Reconstructing the Life of Simeon Polotskii on the Basis of Manuscripts. In: Canadian Slavonic Papers. 49.3-4, 2007, p. 293 - 306 [Der Aufsatz beschäftigt sich mit bisher unbekannten Fakten aus dem Lebenslauf Simeon Polockijs].

  • Irina Podtergera (Hg.): Schnittpunkt Slavistik. Ost und West im wissenschaftlichen Dialog. Festgabe für Helmut Keipert zum 70. Geburtstag. Teil 1: Slavistik im Dialog - einst und jetzt. Teil 2: Einflussforschung. Teil 3: Vom Wort zum Text. Göttingen: V&R unipress (Bonn University Press), 2012, 1317 pp. [Slavistik, Linguistik, Literaturwissenschaft, Wissenschaftsgeschichte: Menschen und Institutionen, wissenschaftliche Reflexion, Wechselbeziehungen, Texte im Kontakt, Sprachen im Kontakt, Kulturen im Kontakt, Sprachgeschichte, Interdisziplinarität].

  • Irina Podtergera: Orbis doctus viro doctissimo salutem plurimam dicit. In: Schnittpunkt Slavistik. Ost und West im wissenschaftlichen Dialog. Festgabe für Helmut Keipert zum 70. Geburtstag. Teil 1: Slavistik im Dialog - einst und jetzt. (Ed. Irina Podtergera) Göttingen: V&R unipress (Bonn University Press), 2012, p. 11 - 22 [Widmungsvorwort, wissenschaftliche Wechselseitigkeit, Interdisziplinarität].

Polleichtner, Dr. Wolfgang

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany
Field of research: Latin philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Timothy J. Moore University of Texas at Austin
  • Wolfgang Polleichtner: Emotional Questions. Vergil, the Emotions, and the Transformation of Epic Poetry. An Analysis of Select Scenes. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2009, 352 pp.

  • John M. Dillon, Wolfgang Polleichtner: Iamblichus of Chalcis: The Letters. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009, XXV, 119 pp.

  • Wolfgang Polleichtner (Hg.), Timothy J. Moore,: Form und Bedeutung im lateinischen Drama. Form an Meaning in Latin Drama. Trier: WVT Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2013, 170 pp.

  • Wolfgang Polleichtner: Livy and Intertextuality. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2010, 242 pp.

Popova, Prof. Dr. Tatjana

Northern (Arctic) Federal University, Russian Federation
Field of research: Eastern Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Hans Rothe Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften
  • Tatjana Popowa: Die Himmelsleiter und ihre Handschriften in Arbeiten von A.I. Sobolevski (russisch). In: A.I. Sobolevskii i russkoje istoricheskoje jazykoznanije (K 150-letiju so dnja rozhdenija uchenogo). Tezisy dokladov Mezhdunarodnoj nauchnoj konferentsii (Moskva, 8-11 ijunja 2007).. Moskva: Institut fuer Russische Sprache, 2007, p. 53 - 53 [Lestwitsa, Sobolevskij].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Die Homilie ueber die Geduld nach dem Text der aeltesten slavischen Uebersetzung der Scala Paradisi (russisch). In: Palaeoslavica. XV, 2007, p. 160 - 259 [Lestvica, Scala Paradisi].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Über die älteste slavische Handschrift von Lestvica (russisch). In: Problemi na Kirilo-Metodievoto delo i balgarskata kultura prez 9-10 v.. Sofija, 2007, p. 579 - 586 [Lestvica, Scala Paradisi].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Über die Suche der Quellen für die medievistischen Forschungen (russisch). In: Nano, kogni, khrono: chelovek sredi ljudej i vo vlasti tekhnologij: Sbornik statej. (Ed. Tatjana Ilarionova) Moskau, 2008, p. 110 - 116 [Lestvica, Scala Paradisi, altslavische Handschriften].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Ueber die Bedeutungen des Wortes lestvica (russisch). In: Russkaja rech. 2, 2008, p. 65 - 70 [Lestvica, historische lexikographie].

  • Tatjana Popowa, Olga Strakhowa: Ein Fragment aus einem Werk von Makarii Egypetskii in einer Handschriftensammlung des Prager National Museums (russisch). In: Palaeoslavica. XVI, 1, 2008, p. 1 - 53 [Makarii Egypetskii, Prager Nationalmuseum].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Die Homilie ueber die Sanftmut nach dem Text der aeltesten slavischen Uebersetzung der Scala Paradisi (russisch). In: Palaeoslavica. XVI, 2, 2008, p. 103 - 128 [Lestvica, Scala Paradisi].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Zur Frage über die Quantität der slavischen Handschriften der Scala Paradisi (russisch). In: Archeografski prilozi. 29, 2008, p. 7 - 34 [altslavische Handschriften, Lestvica, Scala Paradisi].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Little-known Slavic Manuscripts of St. John Climacus. In: Espaces et Mondes au Moyen Âge: Actes du collogue international tenu à Bucarest les 17-18 octobre 2008. Bucureşti, Editura Universităţii din Bucureşti: Université de Bucarest. Centre d'Études Médiévales, 2009, p. 311 - 315 [altslavische Handschriften, Lestvica, Scala Paradisi].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Die slawischen Handschriften der Scala Paradisi: quantitativer Aspekt (russisch). In: Slavjanskij mir: vera i kul'tura. Samara: Universitaet, 2008, p. 46 - 50 [Lestvica, Scala Paradisi, altslavische Handschriften].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Ueber das Schicksal der altertuemlichen Denkmaeler der slawischen Buchkultur (auf dem Beispiel von Scala paradisi of Johannes Climacus) (russisch). In: Science and Innovations in Modernization of Russia and World Development. Moskau, 2010, p. 92 - 98 [Lestvica, Scala Paradisi].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Zur Frage ueber den Autor der preslawischen Uebersetzung von Scala paradisi von Johannes Climacus (russisch). In: Vestnik Moskovskogo gosudarstvennogo oblastnogo universiteta, serija "Russkaja filologija". 4, 2010, p. 44 - 47 [Lestvica, Scala Paradisi, Ioann Exarkh Bolgarskii, Uebersetzungsmethode].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Scala paradisi von Johannes Climacus in der Literatur und Kultur von Rus (russisch). In: Vestnik Leningradskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta imeni A.S. Puschkina, serija "Filologija". 4, 2010, p. 7 - 16 [Lestvica, Scala Paradisi, altrussische Kultur].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Ueber das Schicksal der altertuemlichen Handschriften (auf dem Beispiel von Scala paradisi von Johannes Climacus) (russisch). In: Russkaja rech. 6, 2010, p. 72 - 78 [Lestvica, Scala Paradisi, altslavische Handschriften].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Die Spuren von glagolitsa in der altertuemlichsten slavischen Handschrift von Scala paradisi von Johannes Climacus (russisch). In: Konstantinovi listy. 3, 2010, p. 139 - 146 [Lestvica, Scala Paradisi, glagolica].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Die >>Leiter zum Paradies<< des Johannes Klimakos (russisch). Köln, Weimar, Wien: Böhlau Verlag, 2012, 1073 pp.

  • Tatjana Popowa: John Sinaites and The Ladder of Divine Ascent. In: Cyrillic Manuscript Heritage. The Hilandar Research Library, the Resource center for medieval slavic studies. The Ohio State University. Vol. 32. USA, Columbus, 2012, p. 4 - 5 [Johannes Klimakos, slavische Handschriften, altkirchenslavische Sprache].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Über eine Reise und ihre Reflexion in der mittelalterlichen Malerei. In: Phänomenologie, Geschichte und Anthropologie des Reisens. Internationales Interdisziplinäres Alexander-von-Humboldt-Kolleg in St. Petersburg 16.-19. April 2013. Abstracts.. (Ed. Larissa Polubojarinova) St. Petersburg: Universitaet, 2013, p. 105 - 106 [Johannes Klimakos, slavische Handschriften, griechische Handschriften, ].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Wolf Oschlies: Aeroflot bis Zar – Ein heiteres Sachbuch zu den 222 russischen Wörtern, die ALLE Deutschen kennen. Wieser Verlag, Klagenfurt, 2011 (Rezension). In: Rossija i Germanija. Nauchnyi gumbol'dtovskii zhurnal. 3, 2012, p. 48 - 49 [Deutsch-russische sprachliche Kontakte, Soziolinquistik].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Slawjanskaja rukopisnaja traditsija Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo (Slavische Handschriftstradition der Scala Paradisi von Johannes Klimakos) . Severodvinsk, 2010, 372 pp.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Lestvica Ioanna Sinaiskogo v slawjanskoi knizhnosti (Die "Leiter zum Paradies" des heiligen Johannes Klimalos in dem slawischen Schrifttum). Saarbrücken: LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2011, 457 pp.

  • Tatjana Popowa: O drevneishei slavjanskoj rukopisi Lestvitsy (Ueber die aelteste slavische Handschrift von Lestvica). In: Problemi na Kirilo-Metodievoto delo i balgarskata kultura prez 9-10 v.. Sofija, 2007, p. 579 - 586.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Die wenig bekannten slawischen Manuskripte der Scala Paradisi des Johannes Klimakos. In: Revue des études sud-est européennes. XLVII, 2009, p. 31 - 37.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Grecheskie rukopisi Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo v Bavarskoi gosudarstvennoi biblioteke (Die griechischen Handschriften von Scala Paradisi in der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek). In: Rossija i Germanija. Nauchnyi gumbol'dtovskii zhurnal. 1, 2011, p. 56 - 58.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Leksicheskie osobennosti pervogo slavjanskogo perevoda Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo (Die lexischen Besonderheiten der ersten slavischen Uebersetzung von Scala paradisi von Johannes Klimakos). In: Vestnik Volgogradskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. Serija 2, Jazykoznanie.. 1 (13), 2011, p. 52 - 57.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Ioann Lestvichnik – putevoditel' na nebo (Ioann Lestvichnik – Leiter ins Himmel). In: Russkaja rech. 4, 2011, p. 66 - 72.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Jazyk i stil' Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo (Sprache und Stil der Scala Paradisi des Johannes Klimakos). In: Sociale science. 4, 2011, p. 48 - 56.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Srednevekovye perevody i izdanija Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo (Mittelalterliche Uebersetzungen und Editionen der Scala paradisi des Johannes Klimakos). In: European social science jornal. 2, 2011, p. 37 - 42.

  • Tatjana Popowa: K semantike slova lestvica (Zur Semanik des Wortes lestvica). In: in: Vestnik Tomskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. Filologija. 4 (350), 2011, p. 29 - 32.

  • Tatjana Popowa: K semantike slova lestvica (Zur Semanik des Wortes lestvica). In: in: Vestnik Tomskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. Filologija. 4 (350), 2011, p. 29 - 32.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Prepodobnyi Ioann Sinaiskii (Der heilige Johannes Klimakos). In: Problemy istorii, filologii, kul'tury. 2, 2011, p. 251 - 257.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Nebesnyi pokrovitel' kosmonavtov, ili Chto takoe lestvitsa (Der Schutzpatron der Kosmonauten, oder Was bedeutet "lestvica"). In: Voprosy kul'turologii. 11, 2011, p. 22 - 26.

  • Tatjana Popowa: "Arkhangelskii muzhik M.V. Lomonosov" (M. Lomonosov – ein Bauer aus Arkhangel'sk). In: Lomonosov i Gumbol'dt: Nauchnoe sotrudnichestvo Rossii i Germanii – ot istokov do nashikh dnei. Moskau, 2011, p. 4 - 8.

  • Tatjana Popowa: "Da, tol'ko Sever velichavyi mog Lomonosova rodit'" (k 300-letiju so dnja rozhdenija M.V. Lomonosova) ("Lomonosov konnte nur im Norden geboren sein", zum 300. Geburtstag des Gelehrten). In: Rossija i Germanija. Nauchnyi gumbol'dtovskii zhurnal. 2, 2011, p. 35 - 37.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Okhridskii perevod Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo (Die Okhrider Uebersetzung der Himmelsleiter des Johannes Klimakos). In: Sveti Naum Okhridskii i slovenskata dukhovna, kulturna i pismena traditsija. Skopje, 2011, p. 185 - 192.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Rukopisi Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo v sobranijakj biblioteki Rossiiskoi Akademii nauk (Die Handschriften der "Leiter zum Paradies" des heiligen Johannes Klimakos in den Sammlungen der Bibliothek der Russischen Akademie der Wissenschaft). In: Sovremennye problemy arkheografii. Sankt-Peterburg, 2011, p. 259 - 269.

  • Tatjana Popowa, Vera Podkovyrova: "Slovo o pokajanii Ioanna Lestvichnika: zrimoe slovo i voplotivshiisja obraz" (Die Homilie ueber die Busse: das sehbare Wort und das verwirklichende Bild). In: Palaeoslavica. International Journal for the Study of Slavic Medieval Literature, History, Language and Ethnology. 20, 2012, p. 16 - 82.

  • Tatjana Popowa: O pervom slavjanskom perevode Letsvitsy Ioanna Sinaikogo i ego avtore (Die erste slavische Übersetzung der "Leiter zum Paradies" des Johannes Klimakos und ihre Author). In: Voprosy filologii. 2, 2012, p. 58 - 63.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Jazyk i graphiko-orthographicheskaja systema drevnejshej slavjanskoj rukopisi Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo (Die Sprache und das graphisches und orthographisches System der ersten slavischen Handschrift der "Himmelsleiter"). In: Palaeoslavica. International Journal for the Study of Slavic Medieval Literature, History, Language and Ethnology. 21, 2013, p. 15 - 57.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Jazyk i graphiko-orthographicheskaja systema drevnejshej slavjanskoj rukopisi Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo (Die Sprache und das graphisches und orthographisches System der ersten slavischen Handschrift der "Himmelsleiter"). In: Palaeoslavica. International Journal for the Study of Slavic Medieval Literature, History, Language and Ethnology. 21, 2013, p. 15 - 57.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Slavjanskie rukopisi Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo: obzor spiskov (Die slavischen Handschriften der Himmelsleiter: ein Überblick). In: Palaeoslavica. International Journal for the Study of Slavic Medieval Literature, History, Language and Ethnology. 21 (2), 2013, p. 223 - 249.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Zhitie Lestvichnika (po drevnejshej slavjanskoj rukopisi Lestvitsy) (Vita des Heiligen Johannes Klimakos (nach der ersten slavischen Handschrift der Himmelsleiter)). In: Drevnjaja Rus'. Voprosy medievistiki. 56, 2014, p. 83 - 95 [John Klimakos, Hagiographie].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Gipotezy Lidii Petrovny Zhukovskoj o drevnejshikh russkikh Lestvitsakh Ioanna Sinaiskogo (Die Hypothesen von L.P. Zhukovskaja über die älsteste slavische Handschriften von Lestvica). In: Pravoslavnyi Palestinskii sbornik. 109, 2014, p. 59 - 69 [Himmelsleiter, Millelalterliche Kultur].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Khristianskie motivy v lirike Okudzhavy (Christliche Themen in den Texten von Okudzhava). In: "A inache zachem na zemle etoi vechnoi zhivu…": Khudozhestvennyi mir B. Okudzhavy. Kaluga: Universitaet Kaluga, 2014, p. 40 - 45 [Lyrik, Okudzhava, orthodoxe Kultur].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Un manuscrit slave peu connu de la Scala Paradisi de Johannes Klimakos (Die wenig bekannten slawischen Manuskripte der Scala Paradisi des Johannes Klimakos). In: Espaces et Mondes au Moyen Âge. Bukarest: Universitaet Bukarest, 2008, p. 22 - 23 [altslavische Manuskripte].

  • Tatjana Popowa: Heiliger Johannes Klimakos – Schutzpatron der Kosmonauten. In: Warum Deutschland? Perspektiven Internationaler Zusammenarbeit im Bereich Wissenschaft, Ausbildung, Kultur, Wirtschaft und Politik. Sankt Petersburg: Universitaet, 2011, p. 235 - 239.

  • Tatjana Popowa: "Rukopisi Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo v Solovetskoi biblioteke (tekstologicheskii aspekt)" (Die Handschriften von der Himmelsleiter des Johannes Klimakos in der Bibliothek des Solovetskii Klosters: textologische Aspekte). (Ed. in: Dukhovnoe i istoriko-kul'turnoe nasledie Solovetskogo monastyrja) Solovki, 2011, p. 170 - 173.

  • Tatjana Popowa: "Rukopisi Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo v trudakh I.I. Sreznevskogo" (Die Handschriften von der Himmelsleiter des Johannes Klimakos in den Werken vin I.I. Sreznevskii). In: I.I. Sreznevskii i russkoe istoricheskoe jazykoznanie. Rjazan, 2012, p. 56 - 65.

  • Tatjana Popowa: Tinatin Chronz. Die Feier des Heiligen Öles nach Jerusalemer Ordnung. Münster, 2012, 466 S. (Rezension). In: Pravoslavnyi Palestinskii sbornik. 109, 2014, p. 423 - 428 [Jerusaleme Ordnung, slavische Handschriften].

  • Prof. Dr. Tatjana Popova: K voprosu o vlijanii Lestvicy Ioanna Sinaiskogo na drevnerusskuju literaturu (Zur Frage über die Wirkung der Leiter zum Paradies des Johannes Klimakos auf die altrussische Literatur). In: Aktual'nye problemy tekstologii: tradicii i innovacii. Moskau, 2015, p. 260 - 265.

  • Prof. Dr. Tatjana Popova: Über eine Reise und ihre Reflexion in der mittelalterlichen Malerei. In: Phänomenologie, Geschichte und Anthropologie des Reisens. Kiel: Solivagus-Verlag, 2015, p. 490 - 497.

  • Prof. Dr. Tatjana Popova: Skitskii Paterik kak istochnik svedenii o zhizni prepodobnogo Ioanna Lestvichnika (Skitskii Paterik als Quelle der Informationen über das Leben des Heiligen Johannes Klimakos). In: Arkheografski prilozi. 36, 2014, p. 71 - 82.

  • Tatiana Popova: Ritorika: uchebnoe posobie (Rhetorik: Lehrbuch). Moskau: Flinta, 2015, 265 pp.

  • Tatiana Popova: Rukopisi Lestvicy Ioanna Sinaiskogo iz biblioteki Kirillo-Belozerskogo monastyrja (Die Handschriften der Himmelsleiter aus der Bibliothek des Kirillo-Belozerskii Klosters). In: Vologodskii tekst v russkoi kul'ture. Vologda, 2015, p. 215 - 219.

  • Tatiana Popova: "Interesting convergence" of Vladimir Ivanovich Dahl. In: Voprosy kul'turologii. 12, 2015, p. 70 - 73.

  • Tatiana Popova: Rukopis' Lestvicy Ioanna Sinaiskogo v biblioteke Svjashchennogo Sinoda Rumynskoi pravoslavnoi tserkvi (The Manuscript of the Ladder of John Klimakos in the Library of Saint Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church). In: Romanoslavica. LI, 4, 2015, p. 283 - 290.

  • Tatiana Popova: Russkie rukopisi Lestvicy Ioanna Sinaiskogo (Russian manuscripts of the Ladder of John Klimakos). In: Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Svjato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta, serija 3, Filologija. 46, 2016, p. 93 - 104.

  • Tatiana Popova: The Most Ancient Greek Manuscripts of the Ladder of John Klimakos. In: Scrinium. Journal of Patrology and Critical Hagiography. 12, 2016, p. 368 - 374.

  • Tatiana Popova: Leksicheskie edinitsy s nachalnym komponentom blago v jazyke drevnejshej russkoj rukopisi Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo (Lexemes with the initial element blago in the language of the oldest Russian manuscript The Ladder of Divine Ascent by John Klimakos). In: Vestnik Tomskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. Filologija. 42, 2016, p. 59 - 63.

  • Tatiana Popova: Russisches Schicksal eines deutschen Kaufmanns aus Lübeck. In: Lübeckische Blätter. 18, 2016, p. 318 - 320.

  • Tatiana Popova: Serbskie rukopisi Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo (XIV v.) (The Serbian Manuscripts of the Ladder of Divine Ascent of St. John Sinaites (14th c.)). In: Prilozi za knjizevnost, jezik, istoriju i folklor. 82, 2016, p. 19 - 36.

  • Tatiana Popova: Tyrnovskii perevod Lestvicy Ioanna Sinaiskogo (Tyrnover Übersetzung der Himmelsleiter des Johannes Klimakos). In: Tyrnovska knizhovna shkola. 10, 2016, p. 342 - 356.

  • Tatiana Popova: Pokajanie soldata vermachta Andreasa Bloka (Die Busse des Soldaten der Wehrmacht Andreas Block). In: "Gorjachii sneg" frontovykh dorog. Kaluga, 2016, p. 454 - 459.

  • Tatiana Popova: Lestvica Ioanna Sinaiskogo v perevode Paisija Velichkovskogo (The Ladder of John Klimakos in the translation of Paisius Velichkovsky). In: The Athonite Heritage, vol. 3-4. Kiev – Chernihiv, 2016, p. 186 - 196.

  • Tatiana Popova: D. Kenanov. Stranici ot knizhovnoto nasledstvo. Plovdiv, 2014, 463 S (Rezension). In: Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Svjato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta, serija 3, Filologija. 47, 2016, p. 148 - 151.

  • Jlija. Mal'chivetskaja, Tatiana Popova: Redkaja i ustarevshaja leksika v romane E. Vodolazkina "Lavr" (Rare and archaic vocabulary in the novel of E. Vodolazkin "Lavr"). Saarbruecken: LAMBERT-Publishing, 2017, 193 pp.

  • Tatiana Popova: Rukopisi Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo v sobranii biblioteki imeni Wrublevskikh Akademii nauk Litvy (The manuscripts of "The Ladder" of John Klimakos in the collection of the Wroblewski Library of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences). In: Slavistica Vilnensis. 61, 2016, p. 9 - 19.

  • Tatiana Popova: Rukopisi Lestvitsy perevoda Paisija Velichkovskogo (The Manuscripts of the Ladder of Divine Ascent of the translation of St. Paisius Velichkovsky). In: Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Svjato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta, serija 3, Filologija. 50, 2017, p. 36 - 43.

  • Tatiana Popova, Marina Chistjakova: Skazanija iz Lestvitsy v drevnerussom Prologe (The Legends from the Ladder of Divene Ascent in the Old Russian Prolog). In: Russkaja literatura. 1, 2017, p. 95 - 107.

  • Tatiana Popova, Julija Mal'chivetskaja: Fitonimicheskaja leksika v romane E. Vodolazkina "Lavr" (The Phytonyms in the novel of E. Vodolazkin "Lavr"). In: Russkaja rech, 2017, №5, pp. 41-48. (together with Ju. Mal'chivetskaja). 5, 2017, p. 41 - 48.

  • Tatiana Popova: Zametki o leksike Lestvitsy Ioanna Sinaiskogo (Notes about the Lexicon of the the Ladder of John Klimakos). In: Problemy istorii, filologii, kul'tury. 2 (56), 2017, p. 269 - 277.

Postoutenko, Prof. Dr. Kirill J.

Universidad del Pais Vasco, Spain
Field of research: Eastern Slavic philology
Host: Dr. Kay Junge Universität Konstanz
  • Kirill J. Postoutenko: Soviet Culture: Codes and Messages. München: Verlag Otto Sagner, 2010, 453 pp.

Pothou, Dr. Vassiliki

Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Georg Rechenauer Universität Regensburg
  • Vassiliki Pothou, Georg Rechenauer: Thucydides - a violent teacher?. Göttingen: V&R unipress, 2011, 331 pp.

  • Dr. Vassiliki Pothou: Newborn Babies and Newborn Islands: Insularity and Politics. In: Human Development in Sacred Landscapes. (Ed. Vassiliki Pothou, Lutz Käppel) Göttingen: V & R unipress GmbH, 2015, p. 189 - 198.

Prieto, Priv. Doz. Dr. Julio

Universität Potsdam, Germany
Field of research: Ibero-Romance literature
Host: Prof. Dr. Ottmar Ette Universität Potsdam
  • Julio Prieto: La escritura errante - Ilegibilidad y politicas del estilo en Latinoamerica. Madrid: Iberoamericana Vervuert, 2016, 372 pp.

Pritula, Dr. Anton

State Hermitage Museum, Russian Federation
Field of research: Languages and cultures of the Christian East
Host: Prof. Dr. Martin Tamcke Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Dr. Anton Pritula: The Warda: An East Syriac Hymnological Collection - Study and Critical Edition, Göttinger Orientforschungen SYRIACA, Band 47. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz GmbH & Co. KG, 2015, 559 pp.

Rabus, Prof. Dr. Achim Benedikt

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany
Field of research: Slavic and Balkan studies
Host: Prof. Dr. David A. Frick University of California, Berkeley
  • Achim Rabus: Überlagerung vertikaler und horizontaler Einflüsse? Der Einfluss des Kirchenslavischen und Polnischen auf das Russische. In: Schnittpunkt Slavistik. (Ed. Irina Podterfera) Göttingen: V & R unipress GmbH/ Bonn University Press, 2012, p. 195 - 210.

  • Die Rolle des Sprachkontakts für die slavischen (Standard-)Sprachen (unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des innerslavischen Kontakts). Freiburg: Nicht publizierte Habilitationsschrift, 2013, 467 pp. [Slavic languages; language contact].

Raji, Prof. Dr. Ajewumi Bili

Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Stefan Horlacher Technische Universität Dresden
  • Ajewumi Bili Raji: Long Dreams in Short Chapters. Berlin: LitVerlag, 2009, 159 pp.

Ramirez Santacruz, Prof. Dr. Francisco

Universität zu Köln, Germany
Field of research: Romance languages and literature, Romance studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Katharina Niemeyer Universität zu Köln
  • Francisco Ramírez Santacruz: "La dicha de poseer": deseos y retratos en sor Juana Inés de la Cruz. In: Criticón. 128, 2016, p. 69 - 84 [Colonial Literature, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, Portraits].

  • Francisco Ramírez Santacruz, Víctor M. Toledo, Mario Calderón Hernández: Metodologías y poéticas. Narrativa y poesía. Buenos Aires: Leviatán, 2016, [Poetry and Poetics, Mexican Literature, Literary Theory].

  • Francisco Ramírez Santacruz: Mateo Alemán: estudios críticos sobre la vida y la obra. Santa Barbara: eHumanista, 2016, 324 pp. [Mateo Alemán, Golden Age Spanish Literature, Picaresque novel, Early Modern Literature, Hagiography, Rhetoric].

  • Francisco Ramírez Santacruz: Mateo Alemán o el reto de las "palabras januales con dos caras". In: eHumanista. Journal of Iberian Studies. 43, 2016, p. 1 - 2 [Mateo Alemán, Golden Age Spanish Literature, Early Modern Literature, Picaresque novel].

  • Francisco Ramírez Santacruz: Mateo Alemán en primera persona. In: eHumanista. Journal of Iberian Studies. 43, 2016, p. 255 - 267 [Mateo Alemán, Orthography, Rhetoric, Phonetics, Self-fashioning].

  • Francisco Ramírez Santacruz: "Presentación". In: Criticón. 128, 2016, p. 5 - 7 [Desire and Literature, Early Modern Literature].

  • Antonio Cortijo Ocaña, Gustavo Illades Aguiar, Francisco Ramírez Santacruz: El “Quijote” de 1615: dobleces, inversiones, paradojas, desbordamientos e imposibles. Santa Barbara: eHumanista, 2016, 154 pp. [Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote, Golden Age Spanish Literature, Modern Novel ].

  • Pedro Ángel Palou, Francisco Ramírez Santacruz: “El Llano en llamas”, “Pedro Páramo” y otros textos. En el centenario de su autor. Madrid / Frankfurt am Main: Iberoamericana / Vervuert, 2017, 347 pp. [Juan Rulfo, Mexican Literature, Mexican Novel, Mexican Short Stories].

  • Francisco Ramírez Santacruz, Alí Calderón, Mario Calderón, Victor M. Toledo: Piedras para una poesía trasatlántica. Madrid: Valparaiso, 2017, [Latin American Poetry, Transatlantic studies, Mexican Literature].

  • Francisco Ramírez Santacruz: Sancho: los "Panzas", la boca y el habla. In: El “Quijote” desde América (Segunda parte). . (Ed. Ignacio Arellano, Duilio Ayalamacedo, James Iffland) New York: Instituto de Estudios Auriseculares, 2016, p. 287 - 297 [Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote, Sancho Panza].

  • Francisco Ramírez Santacruz: "El verdadero Sancho Panza soy yo": Cervantes en el espejo. In: El “Quijote” de 1615: dobleces, inversiones, paradojas, desbordamientos e imposibles. (Ed. Antonio Cortijo Ocaña, Gustavo Illades Aguiar, Francisco Ramírez Santacruz) Santa Barbara : Publications of eHumanista, 2016, p. 87 - 97 [Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quixote, Sancho Panza].

Ramirez Sierra, Prof. Dr. Hugo Hernan

Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Field of research: Ibero-Romance literature
Host: Prof. Dr. Johannes Kabatek Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: Fiesta, espectáculo y teatralidad en el México de los conquistadores. Madrid / Frankfurt / México: Iberoamericana / Vervuert / Bonilla Artigas, 2009, 238 pp. [Latin American Studies Spanish Studies Mexico 16th century Literature History Theater].

  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: “Las relaciones fúnebres sobre la muerte de Carlos V - Aproximación a una Tradición Discursiva”. In: Calíope: Journal of the Society for Renaissance and Baroque Hispanic Society. 15, 1, 2009, p. 85 - 110 [Karl V. Latin American Studies 16th century Literature History].

  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: “Contexto y estructura del Prólogo a la Historia de las Indias de Bartolomé de las Casas”. In: Narración y Reflexión: las crónicas de Indias y la teoría historiográfica. (Ed. Karl Kohut) México: El Colegio de México - Cátedra Guillermo y Alejandro de Humboldt, 2007, p. 79 - 104 [Bartolomé de las Casas Latin American Studies 16th century Literature History].

  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: “El personaje femenino en los cuentos de Juan Rulfo”. In: Iberoamericana. 30, 2008, p. 47 - 65 [Latin American Studies Mexican literature Juan Rulfo 20th century Short story Woman].

  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: "José María Vergara y su “lectura” de un poeta barroco". In: Signos: Literarios y Linguisticos. 9, 2009, p. 93 - 113 [Historiography Literature of Latin America Latin American Studies Colombian literature 19th century Literature History ].

  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: Un discurso de "critica literaria" bogotana en el siglo dieciocho. In: Dieciocho - Hispanic Enlightenment. 33.2, 2010, p. 411 - 422 [Historiography Literature of Latin America Latin American Studies Colombian literature 18th century Literature History].

  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: "Sobre el Poema heroico de Domínguez Camargo y su lugar en la tradición". In: Virreinatos II. (Ed. Lillian von der Walde y Mariel Reinoso ) México: Grupo Destiempos, 2013, p. 248 - 305 [Golden age Poetry Colombian Literature Hispanic Literature 17th century].

  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: "400 años de ‘Novelas ejemplares’" (especial para El Espectador). In: El Espectador (edición dominical). 2013, p. 42 - 42 [Golden age Miguel de Cervantes Novelas ejemplares Hispanic Literature 17th century ].

  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: "La infancia de Amadís, Esplandián e Íñigo de Loyola. El tema de una tradición discursiva". In: Perspectivas Sobre el Renacimiento y el Barroco . (Ed. David Solodkow (compilador)) Bogotá: Ediciones Uniandes, 2011, p. 133 - 162 [Golden age Poetry Amadis de Gaula Ignacio de Loyola Colombian Literature Hispanic Literature 16th century].

  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: "Fray Pedro de Aguado y su recopilación historial". In: Espaciotiempo. 6, 2010, p. 39 - 51 [Golden age Spanish Chroniclers of the Indies Colombian Literature Hispanic Literature 16th century].

  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: La imagen de Cundinamarca en cuatro siglos de literatura colombiana (Siglos XVI al XIX). Bogotá: Gobernación de Cundinamarca – Universidad de los Andes., 2014, 146 pp. [Literature Colombia History Latin American Studies 16th century 19th century ].

  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra, F. Carrero and E. Doria : Pensar el Teatro - Becas de Investigación Teatral. Bogotá: Ministerio de Cultura de Colombia, 2012, 620 pp. [Literature Colombia Theater 17th century Spanish Golden Age].

  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: “La calle en dos “Diarios” mexicanos del siglo XVII”. In: Sujetos múltiples. Colonialidad, indigenismo y feminismo, Homenaje a Betty Osorio.. (Ed. C. Alzate y D. Solodkow ) Bogotá: Universidad de los Andes, 2014, p. 113 - 134 [Literature History Latin American Studies Mexican literature 17th Century ].

  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: “De oloroso rubí mallas armado… Imágenes de la guerra en la poesía de Hernando Domínguez Camargo”. In: Taller de Letras. 53, 2013, p. 203 - 211 [Literature History Colombia Hernando Domínguez Camargo Ignacio de Loyola Latin American Studies 17th century ].

  • Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: “El Paraíso occidental y el ascetismo de Marina de la Cruz”. In: Vanderbilt e-Journal of Luso-Hispanic Studies. 9, 2013, p. 134 - 146 [Literature History Latin American Studies Mexican literature Mexico 17th century ].

  • Prof. Dr. Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra: Una fiesta teatral en la Nueva Granada del siglo XVII. Madrid / Frankfurt: Iberoamericana / Vervuert, 2015, 247 pp. [theater Literature Poetry Gold century Latinoamerica Colombia].

  • Prof. Dr. Hugo Hernan Ramirez Sierra Emmanuel Marigno Carlos Mata : Cervantes creador y Cervantes recreado. Pamplona - España: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Navarra, 2015, 280 pp. [theater poetry novel Cervantes España Colombia].

Rance, Dr. Philip Richard

Freie Universität Berlin, United Kingdom
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Klaus Geus Freie Universität Berlin
  • Philip RANCE: "Hannibal, Elephants and Turrets in Suda Θ 438 [Polybius Fr. 162B] – An Unidentified Fragment of Diodorus". In: Classical Quarterly . 59.1, 2009, p. 76 - 96.

  • Philip RANCE: "The De Militari Scientia or Müller Fragment as a philological resource. Latin in the East Roman army and two new loanwords in Greek: palmarium and *recala". In: Glotta. Zeitschrift für griechische und lateinische Sprache . 86, 2010, p. 63 - 92.

  • Philip RANCE: "Epiphanius of Salamis and the Scotti: new evidence for late Roman-Irish relations". In: Britannia. 43, 2012, p. 227 - 242.

  • Philip RANCE: Review of Edward N. LUTTWAK, The Grand Strategy of the Byzantine Empire (Cambridge, MA/ London 2009), pp. xi, 498. In: Byzantinische Zeitschrift. 103.2, 2010, p. 827 - 831.

  • Philip RANCE: "The Third Equites Stablesiani at Cyrrhus". In: Chiron. 42, 2012, p. 345 - 358.

  • Philip RANCE: "An unnoticed regimental diaconus in the correspondence of Theodoret of Cyrrhus". In: Historia. 63.1, 2014, p. 117 - 128.

  • Philip RANCE: "Sculca, *sculcator, exculcator and proculcator: the Scouts of the late Roman Army and a disputed Etymology". In: Latomus. 73, 2014, p. 474 - 501.

  • Philip RANCE: "quam gentilitate appellant. The Philological Evidence for Barbarians in the Late Roman Army: Germanic Loanwords in Roman Military Vocabulary". In: Romania Gothica II. The Frontier World: Romans, Barbarians and Military Culture (Proceedings of the International Conference held at the Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, 1-2 October 2010) . (Ed. Tivadar Vida, with Philip Rance (Eng. ed.)) Budapest: Institute of Archaeological Sciences, Eötvös Loránd University, 2015, p. 51 - 94.

  • Tivadar VIDA (ed.), with Philip RANCE (Eng. ed.): Romania Gothica II. The Frontier World: Romans, Barbarians and Military Culture (Proceedings of the International Conference held at the Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, 1-2 October 2010). Budapest: Institute for Archaeological Sciences, Eötvös Loránd University, 2015.

  • Philip RANCE: "A Roman-Lazi War in the Suda: a Fragment of Priscus?". In: Classical Quarterly. 65.2, 2015, p. 852 - 867.

  • Philip RANCE: Review of Leif Inge Ree PETERSEN, Siege Warfare and Military Organization in the Successor States (400–800 AD) ([History of Warfare 91] Leiden 2013), pp. xxvii, 819. In: Byzantinische Zeitschrift. 108.1, 2015, p. 256 - 260.

  • Philip RANCE: "The Reception of Aineias’ Poliorketika in Byzantine Military Literature". In: A Companion to Aineias Tacticus. (Ed. Maria PRETZLER, Nicholas BARLEY) Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2017, p. 290 - 373.

  • Philip RANCE: Review of Edward N. LUTTWAK, The Grand Strategy of the Roman Empire. From the First Century CE to the Third. Revised and updated edition (Baltimore 2016), pp. xx, 276. In: The Classical Review. 67, 2017, p. 1 - 2.

  • Philip RANCE: "An Unpublished Byzantine Medical Fragment (Parisinus suppl. gr. 607): Pharmaceutical Knowledge and Practice in Tenth-Century Constantinople". In: Parekbolai. A Journal for Byzantine Literature. 7, 2017, p. 69 - 95.

Rapacha, Dr. Lal Bahadur

Research Institute for Kiratology, Nepal
Field of research: Asian studies, Asian languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Balthasar Bickel Universität Leipzig
  • Lal-Shyãkarelu Rapacha: Indo-Nepal Kiranti Bhashaharu: Vigat, Samakalin Parivesh ra Bholikachunautiharu. Kathmandu, Nepal : Research Institute for Kirãtology, 2008, 640+xviii pp. [Indo-Nepal Kiranti languages, literature, minority languages endangeredment, plans and policies for preservation and maintenance of linguistic diversity ].

  • Lal-Shyãkarelu Rapacha: 'Notes on the typology of T-B Kiranti languages'. In: Nepalese Linguistics: Journal of the Linguistic Society of Nepal. 23, 2008, p. 289 - 321 [Typological features of some Tibeto-Burman Kiranti languages of Nepal, historical comparative perspective, morphological cognate ].

  • Lal-Shyãkarelu Rapacha: 'Ethnolinguistic observations on the Kiranti-Kõits identity crisis'. In: Social Sciences in a Multicultural World. (Ed. KN Pyakuryal et al.) Kathmandu, Nepal : Sociological/Anthropological Society of Nepal and Swiss National of Competence in Research (NCCR) North-South, 2008, p. 97 - 110 [Ethnolinguistic, Kiranti-Kõits identity crisis, autoethnonym, hydronym, pejorative semantic transformation ].

  • Lal-Shyãkarelu Rapacha: Contemporary Essays on Vanishing Ethnicity, Cultures and Languages of Nepal: A Focus on Kiranti-Kõits. Kathmandu: Research Institute for Kirãtology, 2009, xvii+322 pp. [Asian Studies, Asian Languages and Cultures Linguistics ].

Rebecchini, Dr. Damiano

Universita degli Studi di Milano, Italy
Field of research: Slavic and Balkan studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Daniel Schönpflug Centre Marc Bloch
  • Damiano Rebecchini: "Cosa fa vivere gli uomini?" di Lev Tolstoj. Anatomia di un successo. In: Enthymema. 2, 2010, p. 294 - 319 [Russian Literature, Popular Literature, Readers Response Theory].

  • Damiano Rebecchini: Alexander Ponomarev. A Literary Whaler in the Ocean of Contemporary Russian Art. In: Alexander Ponomarev. Moscow: Tatlin Publishers, 2010, p. 184 - 192 [Russian Art, Contemporary Art, Art and Literature].

  • Damiano Rebecchini: Review to Irina Paperno's "Stories of Soviet Experience. Memoirs, Diaries, Dreams". In: Russica Romana. XVI, 2010, p. 127 - 128 [Soviet Studies].

  • Damiano Rebecchini: An Influential Collector, tsar Nicholas I of Russia. In: "Journal of the History of Collections". 22/1, 2010, p. 45 - 67 [Patronage and History of Art Collections].

Reid-Pharr, Prof. Dr. Robert F.

City University of New York, United States of America
Field of research: American language and literature, American studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Winfried Fluck Freie Universität Berlin
  • Robert F. Reid-Pharr: Once You Go Black. Choice, Desire, and the Black American Intellectual. New York / London: New York University Press, 2007, 184 pp.

Remberger, Prof. Dr. Eva-Maria

Universität Wien, Austria
Field of research: Romance languages (linguistics)
Host: Dr. Adam Ledgeway University of Cambridge
  • Silvio Cruschina, Eva-Maria Remberger: Focus Fronting in Sardinian and Sicilian. In: Proceedings XXXV Incontro di Grammatica Generativa 2009 . (Ed. Vincenzo Moscati,Emilio Servidio) Siena: Università di Siena, 2009, p. 118 - 130 [Romance, Syntax, Focus Fronting].

  • Silvio Cruschina, Eva-Maria Remberger: Hearsay and reported speech. Evidentiality in Romance. In: Selected Proceedings of the 34th Incontro di Grammatica Generativa. . (Ed. Paola Benincà, Federico Damonte, Nicoletta Penello ) Padova: Unipress, 2008, p. 95 - 116 [Romance, Evidentiality].

  • Eva-Maria Remberger: Tense and volitionality. In: Tense across languages. (Ed. Renate Musan & Monika Rathert) Tübingen: De Gruyter , 2011, p. 9 - 35 [modality, German].

  • Eva-Maria Remberger: The evidential shift of WANT. . In: UBC Working Papers in Linguistics. 25, 2010, p. 161 - 182 [evidentiality, Romance, German, volitionality ].

Rentzsch, Prof. Dr. Julian

Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany
Field of research: Turkish studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Andras Rona-Tas University of Szeged
  • Julian Rentzsch: Modality in the Dede Qorqud Oġuznameleri. In: Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae . 64, 2011, p. 49 - 70 [Turkic languages; Oghuz Turkic; mood; modality; semantics; grammaticalisation; variation ].

  • Julian Rentzsch: Issues of grammaticalisation in Turkic modal constructions. In: Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae. 64, 2011, p. 453 - 474 [modality; grammaticalisation; variation; analogy; Turkic languages].

  • Julian Rentzsch: Modality in the Baburnama. In: Turkic Languages. 15, 2011, p. 78 - 123 [mood; modality; Chaghatay].

  • Julian Rentzsch: Modality in Turkic between arbitrarity, grammaticality and lexicality. In: The Szeged conference. Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Turkish Linguistics held on August 20–22, 2010 in Szeged. . (Ed. Éva Kincses-Nagy, Mónica Biacsi) Szeged: Department of Altaic Studies, 2012, p. 469 - 482 [Turkic languages, Modality, Grammaticalization].

  • Julian Rentzsch: Scope hierarchies and modality in Manchu. In: Studies in Language. 36, 2012, p. 848 - 881 [Manchu, Modality, Mood, Morphosyntax, Scope].

  • Julian Rentzsch: The evolution of Turkic modal verbs. In: Acta Orientalia. 73, 2012, p. 105 - 150 [Turkic languages, auxiliary verbs, root modality, grammaticalization, analogy].

  • Dr. Julian Rentzsch: Modality in the Turkic Languages Form and Meaning from a Historical and Comparative Perspective. Berlin: Klaus Schwarz Verlag GmbH, 2015, 315 pp.

Rizza, Dr. Alfredo

Universita degli Studi di Verona, Italy
Field of research: Ancient Near Eastern studies, ancient Oriental languages
Host: Prof. Dr. Daniel Schwemer Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg
  • Alfredo Rizza: The ritual for the royal couple CTH 416. Syntax of non-verbal predicates and numerals. In: Anatolistica, indoeuropeistica e oltre nelle memorie dei seminarî offerti da Onofrio Carruba (anni 1997-2002) al Medesimo presentate. Milano: Qu.A.S.A.R., 2011, p. 13 - 38 [Anatolian Languages, Syntax, Numerals, Hittite].

  • Alfredo Rizza: Contributi allo studio dell'ergatività in anatolico: basi teorico-tipologiche. Sopra alcune recenti pubblicazioni. In: Atti del Sodalizio Glottologico Milanese. 3 n.s., 2010, p. 144 - 162 [Hittite language].

  • Alfredo Rizza: Left and Right Periphery in Hittite. The case of the translations from Hattic. In: Pragmatische Kategorien. Form, Funktion und Diachronie. Akten der Arbeitstagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft vom 24. bis 26. September 2007 in Marburg. (Ed. E. Rieken, P. Widmer) Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2009, p. 275 - 286 [Hittite language; Hattic language; Hurrian language; Translation Studies].

  • Alfredo Rizza; Paola Cotticelli - Kurras: Die hethitische Partikel -z(a) im Licht neuer theoretischer Ansätze. In: Indogermanistik und Linguistik im Dialog.Akten der XIII. Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft vom 21. bis 27. September 2008 in Salzburg . (Ed. T. Krisch, T. Lindner) Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2011, p. 120 - 130 [Hittite language; Reflexivity].

  • Alfredo Rizza; Federico Giusfredi: Zipf's law and the distribution of written signs. In: Linguistica e filologia digitale: aspetti e progetti. (Ed. P. Cotticelli) Alessandria: dell'Orso, 2011, p. 87 - 99 [Computational graphemics].

  • Alfredo Rizza: On the syntax of numerals in Hittite and in the ANE linguistic area. In: Atti del Sodalizio Glottologico Milanese. 6 n.s., 2011, p. 235 - 261 [Hittite language; syntax of numerals].

  • Alfredo Rizza: Polveri di parole - polveri di spezie. Sulle tracce dello zafferano nell’area indo-mediterranea antica. In: Interferenze linguistiche e contatti culturali in Anatolia tra II e I millennio a.C. Studi in onore di Onofrio Carruba in occasione del suo 80° compleanno. (Ed. P. Cotticelli Kurras; M. Giorgieri; C. Mora) Pavia: Italian University Press, 2012, p. 231 - 265 [Hittite language; Sanskrit language; Language interference].

  • Alfredo Rizza: Grammatology and digital technologies. Different applications of the concept of 'character' in Unicode and other non-technical problems about ancient scripts. In: Centro Mediterraneo preclassico: Studi e Ricerche III. Studi vari di egeistica, anatolisticae del mondo mediterraneo. (Ed. Natalia Bolatti-Guzzo, Silvia Festuccia, Massimiliano Marazzi ) Napoli: Università degli Studî Suor Orsola Benincasa, 2012, p. 225 - 251 [Cuneiform; Writing systems; Grapheme; Character; Unicode].

  • Alfredo Rizza; Paola Cotticelli - Kurras: Reconstructing Proto-Indo-European categories. The reflexive and the middle in Hittite and in the Proto-language. In: Journal of Historical Linguistics. 3:1, 2013, p. 7 - 27 [Hittite language; Middle voice; Reflexivity; Proto-Indo-European].

Robinson, Prof. Dr. Alan David

Universität St. Gallen, Switzerland
Field of research: English literature
Host: Prof. Dr. Helmut Bonheim Universität zu Köln
  • Alan Robinson: Narrating the Past: Historiography, Memory and the Contemporary Novel. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, 226 pp.

Rubio Albarracin, Prof. Dr. Josep Enric

Universidad de Valencia, Spain
Field of research: Ibero-Romance literature
Host: Prof. Dr. Peter Walter Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
  • Josep Enric Rubio Albarracin: Raimundi Lulli Opera Latina. Ars demonstratiua. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2007, LXIV+343 pp. [Critical Edition, Medieval Philosophy, Ramon Llull].

  • Alexander Fidora, Josep Enric Rubio Albarracin (eds.): Raimundus Lullus. An Introduction to his Life, Works and Thought. Turnhout: Brepols, 2008, 564 pp. [Raimundus Lullus, medieval philosophy].

  • Josep Enric Rubio Albarracin: "Significatio" im "Liber contemplationis", oder: Wie kann man durch die Betrachtung die Wahrheit finden?. In: Gottes Schau und Weltbetrachtung. Interpretationen zum "Liber contemplationis" des Raimundus Lullus. (Ed. Fernando Domínguez Reboiras, Viola Tenge-Wolf, Peter Walter) Turnhout: Brepols, 2011, p. 227 - 237 [Raimundus Lullus, medieval epistemology.].

  • Josep Enric Rubio Albarracin: Ramon Llull: Llibre de contemplació. Barcelona: Barcino, 2009, 382 pp. [Raimundus Lullus, medieval mysticism].

  • Josep Enric Rubio Albarracin: Salvar Aristòtil? La teologia davant la cultura pagana a la tardor medieval. In: eHumanista: Journal of Iberian Studies. 13, 2009, p. 173 - 194 [Dante, scholasticism, Thomas Aquinas, Vicent Ferrer, Felip de Malla].

  • Josep Enric Rubio Albarracin: Ramon Llull: Le langage et la raison. In: Universalità della Ragione. Pluralità delle Filosofie nel Medioevo. Vol. II.2. (Ed. Alessandro Musco, Carla Compagno, Salvatore d'Agostino, Giuliana Musotto.) Palermo: Officina di Studi Medievali, 2012, p. 1163 - 1167 [Raimundus Lullus, philosophy of language.].

  • Josep Enric Rubio Albarracin: Contemplation et prière: deux composantes de l'art lullien. In: Iris. Annales de philosophie. 33, 2012, p. 59 - 70 [Lullian Art, medieval mysticism].

  • Josep Enric Rubio Albarracin: Intelectuales y eclesiásticos en la Valencia tardomedieval. In: Escribir y persistir. Estudios sobre la literatura en catalán de la Edad Media a la Renaixença. Vol. I. (Ed. Vicent J. Escartí) Buenos Aires-Los Angeles: Argus-a, 2013, p. 1 - 15 [Medieval culture, Vicent Ferrer, Francesc Eiximenis.].

  • Josep E. Rubio: "Ut sub brevibus multa possit capere: la notación alfabética en el Ars de Ramon Llull". In: Historia Religionum. 6, 2014, p. 97 - 110 [Ramon Llull, Medieval Philosophy].

  • Josep E. Rubio: "The First Literary Manifestations in the Discursive Construction of a National Identity: The Case of Ramon Llull". In: La construcció d'identitats imaginades. Literatura medieval i ideologia. (Ed. Julián Avicebrón, Isabel Grifoll, Flocel Sabaté) Lleida: Pagès editors, 2015, p. 103 - 124 [Ramon Llull, Reception of Medieval Literature].

  • Josep E. Rubio: Raymond Lulle. Le langage et la raison. Une introduction à la genèse de l'Ars. Paris: Vrin, 2017, 140 pp. [Ramon Llull, Medieval Philosophy.].

Saal, Prof. Dr. Ilka

Universität Erfurt, Germany
Field of research: American language and literature, American studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Jennifer Jenkins University of Toronto
  • Ilka Saal: Theatricality in Contemporary Visual and Performance Art on New World Slavery. In: Oxford Handbooks Online: Literature. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016, [African American and American performing and visual arts, literature and slavery, theatricality, Kara Walker, Suzan-Lori Parks].

Safrastyan, Prof. Dr. Dr. Ruben

Armenian National Academy of Sciences, Armenia
Field of research: Turkish studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Bernd Bonwetsch Ruhr-Universität Bochum
  • Ruben Safrastyan: Ottoman Empire: The Genesis of the Program of Genocide (1876 - 1920). Yerevan: Zangak-97 : Zangak-97, 2011, 175 p. pp. [Ottoman Empire, Turkey, Armenia, Bulgaria, Genocide].

Saguar Garcia, Dr. Amaranta

University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Field of research: Ibero-Romance literature
Host: Prof. Dr. Christoph Strosetzki Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar Garcia: Intertextualidades bíblicas en "Celestina": devotio moderna y humanismo cristiano. Vigo: Editorial Academia del Hispanismo, 2015, 236 pp. [Celestina, Literary Influence of the Bible, Early Modern Iberian Literature, Humanism, Devotio Moderna].

  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar Garcia (ed.), D. Guillermo Gómez Sánchez-Ferrer (ed.): El pasado ajeno: estudios en honor y recuerdo de Jaime Moll. Córdoba: Academia de Cronistas de Ciudades de Andalucía, 2012, 140 pp. [History of the Book, Analytical Bibliography, Material Bibliography].

  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar Garcia: La recepción de "Celestina" como objeto de meditación. In: De lo sobrenatural a lo fantástico. Siglos XIII-XIX. (Ed. Barbara Greco, Laura Pache) Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2014, p. 89 - 100 [Celestina, Literary Reception, Devotio Moderna].

  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar Garcia: "¿Cuál dolor puede ser tal / que se iguale con mi mal?": Entre la poesía de cancionero y la intertextualidad bíblica. In: Bulletin of Hispanic Studies. 91:8, 2014, p. 1015 - 1024 [Celestina, Intertextuality, Literary Influence of the Bible, Cancionero poetry].

  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar Garcia: Los libros sapienciales y "Celestina": el caso paradigmático de Eclesiástico. In: El texto infinito: reescritura y tradición en la Edad Media y el Renacimiento. (Ed. Cesc Esteve) Salamanca: SEMYR, 2014, p. 963 - 975 [Celestina, Intertextuality, Literary Influence of the Bible, Humanism].

  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar Garcia: Las premisas bíblicas de un silogismo falaz: "Celestina" y Eclesiástico 13. In: El eterno presente de la literatura. Estudios literarios de la Edad Media al siglo XXI. (Ed. Mª Teresa Navarrete, Miguel Soler) Roma: Aracne, 2013, p. 85 - 94 [Celestina, Intertextuality, Literary Influence of the Bible, Humanism].

  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar Garcia: Diego de San Pedro en "Celestina": más allá de la influencia de "Cárcel de amor". In: Dicenda. 30, 2012, p. 127 - 140 [Celestina, Intertextuality, Diego de San Pedro, Cárcel de amor].

  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar Garcia, Amy Baron: Historical and Literary Influences on Tsarfati's "Poem Composed by the Poet upon his Translation of the Tale of Melibea and Calisto". In: Celestinesca. 36, 2012, p. 9 - 34 [Celestina, Alphonso Hordognez, Joseph ben Samuel Tsarfati, Hebrew Literature].

  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar Garcia: Una edición desconocida del "Libro de los secretos" de Alejo Piamontés: Juan Perier, Salamanca, 1573. In: El pasado ajeno: estudios en honor y recuerdo de Jaime Moll. (Ed. Guillermo Gómez Sánchez-Ferrer, Amaranta Saguar García) Córdoba: Academia de Cronistas de Ciudades de Andalucía, 2012, p. 59 - 81 [Books of Secrets, History of the Book, Material Bibliography].

  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar Garcia: Influencia de la hipérbole sacroprofana bíblica sobre la interpretación y la estructura de "Celestina". In: La tinta en la clepsidra: Fuentes, historia y tradición en la literatura hispánica. (Ed. Sònia Boadas, Félix Ernesto Chávez, Daniel García Vicens) Barcelona: PPU, 2012, p. 15 - 24 [Celestina, Literary Influence of the Bible, Devotio Moderna, Intertextuality].

  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar Garcia: One Translator, Two translations, Three Theories: Christof Wirsung and "Celestina". In: The Limits of Literary Translation: Expanding Frontiers in Iberian Languages. (Ed. Javier Muñoz-Basols, Catarina Fouto, Laura Soler, Tyler Fisher) Kassel: Reichenberger, 2012, p. 211 - 228 [Celestina, Christof Wirsung, Translation Theory].

  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar Garcia: The Concept of Imago Agens in "Celestina": Text and Image. In: Celestinesca. 39, 2015, p. 247 - 274 [Celestina, Xylographies, Didacticism].

  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar Garcia: ¿Hubo otra traducción quinientista de "Celestina" al italiano?. In: Celestinesca. 39, 2015, p. 53 - 60 [Celestina, Alphonso Hordognez, Translation].

  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar García: "Por lo que dixistes del leer lo bueno y del no leer lo malo, pues basta saber ser tal, para lo huir": los peligros de la lectura imaginativa y la recepción de "Celestina" en el siglo XVI. In: Los malos saberes. (Ed. Folke Gernert) Toulouse: Les Méridiennes, 2015, p. 103 - 115 [Celestina, Reception].

  • Dr. Amaranta Saguar García: El cambio de siglo en "Celestina": criados y prostitutas enfrentados a la crisis socio-política de finales del siglo XV. In: Estrategias picarescas en tiempos de crisis. (Ed. Miguel García Bermejo, Folke Gernert, Amaranta Saguar García, Hannah Schlimpen) Trier: Hispanistik Trier, 2016, p. 99 - 107 [Celestina, Picaresque].

Sanchez Miret, Prof. Dr. Fernando

Universidad de Salamanca, Spain
Field of research: Romance languages (linguistics)
Host: Prof. Dr. Günter Holtus Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
  • Günter Holtus, Fernando Sánchez Miret: «Romanitas», Filología Románica, Romanística. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 2008, X, 281 pp. [Romanistik Geschichte des Faches Historische Grammatik].

  • Fernando Sánchez Miret: Fonética histórica. In: Manual de lingüística románica. (Ed. José Enrique Gargallo Gil, Maria Reina Bastardas) Barcelona: Ariel, 2007, p. 227 - 250 [Romanistik Historische Grammatik].

  • Fernando Sánchez Miret: Morfosintaxis histórica. In: Manual de lingüística románica. (Ed. José Enrique Gargallo Gil, Maria Reina Bastardas) Barcelona: Ariel, 2007, p. 251 - 274 [Romanistik Historische Grammatik].

  • Fernando Sánchez Miret: El papel de la fonética en la explicación de los cambios fonológicos dentro de las gramáticas históricas de las lenguas románicas. In: Studii de lingvistică şi filologie romanică: hommages offerts à Sanda Reinheimer Rîpeanu. (Ed. Alexandra Cuniţa, Coman Lupu, Liliane Tasmowski) Bucureşti: Editura Universităţii, 2007, p. 484 - 493 [Romanistik Historische Phonetik].

  • Fernando Sánchez Miret: Los complejos de la romanística y sus consecuencias para la investigación. In: Revue de linguistique romane. 72, 2008, p. 5 - 23 [Romanistik Geschichte des Faches].

Schadeberg, Prof. Dr. Thilo C.

Leiden University, Netherlands
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Gudrun Miehe Universität Bayreuth
  • Thilo C. Schadeberg: Tira and Otoro. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2009, 333 pp.

Schmid, Priv. Doz. Dr. Susanne

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Field of research: English literature
Host: Prof. Dr. Claudia Brodsky Princeton University
  • Susanne Schmid: Shelley's German Afterlives 1814 - 2000. New York, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007, 243 pp. [Romanticism, Shelley, reception studies, book history, comparative cultural studies, translation].

  • Susanne Schmid (ed.): Einsamkeit und Geselligkeit um 1800 (Solitude and Sociability Around 1800). Heidelberg: Winter, 2008, 221 pp. [Sociability, Romanticism, cultural history, women's writing].

  • Susanne Schmid/Michael Rossington (eds.): The Reception of P.B. Shelley in Europe. London, New York: Continuum, 2008, 391 pp. [Reception studies, cultural transfer, Romanticism, European studies, book history, translation].

  • Susanne Schmid: Between L. S. Lowry and Coronation Street: Salford Cultural Identities. In: Thinking Northern: Textures of Identity in the North of England. (Ed. Christoph Ehland) Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi, 2007, p. 348 - 362 [North of England, cultural identity, popular culture, music, soap opera].

  • Susanne Schmid: 'Hodge-Podge' of Unreason or the 'Citizen's Academy'? The London Coffee-House, 1652-1800. In: Das Achtzehnte Jahrhundert. 32, 2008, p. 62 - 73 [Sociability, coffee, London, public sphere].

  • Susanne Schmid: Introduction. In: The Wordsworth Circle. 39, 2008, p. 67 - 68 [Translation, reading, Romanticism].

  • Susanne Schmid: The Countess of Blessington: Reading as Intimacy, Reading as Sociability. In: The Wordsworth Circle. 39, 2008, p. 88 - 93 [Romanticism, reading, sociability, London].

  • Susanne Schmid: Proceedings of the John Clare Panel at the San Francisco MLA, December 2009, 2008. In: The John Clare Society of North America Newsletter. 11, 2009, p. 1 - 2 [Romanticism, John Clare, ecology].

  • Susanne Schmid, Ulrike Zeuch: Zwei deutsch-amerikanische Panels auf der 39. Tagung der American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS), Portland, Oregon, 27. bis 30. März 2008. In: Das Achtzehnte Jahrhundert. 32, 2008, p. 8 - 11 [Eighteenth century, coffee, cultural transfer, Aristotle].

  • Susanne Schmid: Einleitung. In: Einsamkeit und Geselligkeit um 1800. (Ed. Susanne Schmid) Heidelberg: Winter, 2008, p. 7 - 16 [Sociability, solitude, European literature, Romanticism, cultural transfer].

  • Susanne Schmid: The Countess of Blessington and the English Romantic Salon. In: Einsamkeit und Geselligkeit um 1800. (Ed. Susanne Schmid) Heidelberg: Winter, 2008, p. 95 - 109 [Sociability, travel writing, women's writing, London, cultural transfer].

  • Susanne Schmid, Michael Rossington, Paul Barnaby, Lucia Krämer: Timeline. In: The Reception of P.B. Shelley in Europe. (Ed. Susanne Schmid, Michael Rossington) London, New York: Continuum, 2008, p. xxvii - lxvii [Romanticism, Shelley, reception studies, cultural transfer, book history, translation].

  • Michael Rossington, Susanne Schmid: Introduction. In: The Reception of P.B. Shelley in Europe. (Ed. Susanne Schmid, Michael Rossington) London, New York: Continuum, 2008, p. 1 - 8 [Romanticism, reception studies, cultural transfer, Shelley, book history, translation].

  • Susanne Schmid: An 'Unseen Presence'. In: The Reception of P.B. Shelley in Europe. (Ed. Susanne Schmid, Michael Rossington) London, New York: Continuum, 2008, p. 146 - 155 [Romanticism, reception studies, cultural transfer, Shelley, book history, translation].

  • Susanne Schmid: Review of Paul Keen, The Crisis of Literature in the 1790s. In: EREA (http://.erea.revues.org). 5, 2007, [Romanticism, revolution, book history].

  • Susanne Schmid: Review of Silver Fork Novels 1826 - 1841. Ed. Harriet Devine Jump. 6 vols. In: Anglia. 125, 2007, p. 156 - 158 [Novels, Romanticism, Victorianism, London].

  • Susanne Schmid: Review of Eighteenth-century Coffee-House Culture. Ed Markman Ellis, 4 vols. and Gerhard Ammerer, Das Tomaselli und die Salzburger Kaffeehaustradition seit 1700. In: Das Achtzehnte Jahrhundert. 32, 2008, p. 310 - 312 [Coffee, sociability, communication, public sphere, London, cultural transfer, edition].

  • Susanne Schmid: Review of Faustus: From the German of Goethe: Translated by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Ed. Frederick Burwick, James C. McKusick. In: The Wordsworth Circle. 38, 2007, p. 157 - 158 [Romanticism, cultural transfer, Faustus, Goethe, Coleridge, book history, translation].

Schnitter, Prof. Dr. Dr. Maria

Paisii Hilendarski University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Field of research: Southern Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Andreas Speer Universität zu Köln
  • Maria Schnitter, Horst Wenzel, Elisabeth Vavra (Hgg.): Vom Körper zur Schrift. Sofia: Iztok-Zapad, 2007, 255 pp. [altslavische Philologie, Altgermanistik, Mitterlalter, Byzantinistik].

  • Maria Schnitter, Daniela Kalkandjieva: Religion and European Integration in Bulgaria. In: Religion and European Integration. Religions as a Factor of Stability and Development in South Eastern Europe. (= Book series of European Academy of Sciences and Arts, ed. by Maria Edler and Felix Unger, Vol. 6. . (Ed. Miroslav Polzer, Silvo Devetak, Ludvik Toplak, Felix Unger and Maria Edler (Eds.)) Weimar , 2007, p. 351 - 377.

  • Maria Schnitter, Dimo Chesmediev: Le corps baptisé : aspects verbaux et non-verbaux des pratiques religieuses des Slaves orthodoxes. In: Noesis. 12, 2007, p. 117 - 130 Original author: Maria Schnitter, Dimo Cesmediev (Bulgarian).

  • Maria Schnitter, Daniela Kalkandjieva: Teaching Religion in Bulgarian Schools: Historical Experience and Post-Atheist Developments. In: Religious Education and the Challenge of Pluralism. (Ed. A. Seligman (ed.) ) Oxford University Press, 2014, p. 70 - 96.

  • Maria Schnitter: Fundamentalisms and Eurointegration. In: Studia Religiologica. 40, 2007, p. 21 - 30.

  • Maria Schnitter: JUSTICE IN OPTIMA FORMA – why are there no „Witch Hunts” in the Orthodox Slavs’ Society?. In: Nomina essentiant res. Сборник в чест на Цочо Бояджиев. (Ed. Georgi Kapriev) Sofia: East-West Publishing House, 2011, p. 97 - 127.

  • Maria Schnitter: ESN – поздние славянские соответствия. In: ΣΠΑΡΑΓΜΑΤΑ ΒΥΖΑΝΤΙΝΟΣΛΑΒΙΚΗΣ ΚΛΗΡΟΝΟΜΙΑΣ . (Ed. K. Nichorites, E. Evangelou, A. Athanasiades) Thessaloniki: Ekdotikos Oikos Adelphon Kyriakide, 2011, p. 89 - 105.

Shawarbah, Dr. Musa

Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Field of research: Arabic studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Werner Arnold Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
  • Musa Shawarbah: A Grammar of Negev Arabic. Wiesbaden: Harrasowitz, 2012, 470 pp.

Soffel, Prof. Dr. Christian R.

Universität Trier, Germany
Field of research: Sinology
Host: Prof. Dr. Hoyt Cleveland Tillman Arizona State University
  • Christian R. Soffel, Hoyt Cleveland Tillman: Cultural Authority and Political Culture in China - Müchner Ostasiatiosche Studien - Band 85. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2012, 223 pp.

Storm, Dr. Kerstin

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany
Field of research: Sinology
Host: Prof. Dr. Itaru Tomiya Kyoto University
  • Kerstin Storm: ‘Wer auf der ganzen Welt weinte nicht um ein Kind?’ – Kindertotenlieder in der Lyrik von Bai Juyi (772–846). In: Sprache und Wirklichkeit in China. (Ed. Daniel Leese, Christian Soffel, Marc Nürnberger) Wiesbaden: : Harrassowitz, 2011, p. 63 - 78 [Kindertotenlieder, Bai Juyi, Poesie, Tang-Lyrik].

  • Kerstin Storm, Uta Golze: Chinesische Quellen zum Partherreich. In: Quellen zur Geschichte des Partherreiches. Textsammlung mit Übersetzungen und Kommentaren. (Ed. Ursula Hackel et al. ) Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2010, p. 482-512 [Parther, Anxi, Zhang Qian, An Shigao, Westgebiete, Xiyu, Expansionspolitik, Han-Dynastie].

  • Kerstin Storm: Kindheit in der Dichtung des Bai Juyi (772-846) . Gossenberg: Ostasien Verlag, 2014, [China, Tang dynasty, poetry, Bai Juyi, child, childhood].

  • Kerstin Storm: Decisions on crimes in the pan of Yuan Zhen (779-831). In: Public Notion of Crime and Law in East Asia [internal publication; conference report]. (Ed. Itaru Tomiya, Reinhard Emmerich) Kyoto, 2013, p. 91 - 102 [China, Tang dynasty, examination, bureaucracy, pan, Yuan Zhen, decision making].

  • Kerstin Storm: Variationen eines altchinesischen Frauenlebens. Anekdotisches Erzählen im Xin xu. In: Modi des Erzählens in nicht-abendländischen Texten. (Ed. Stephan Conermann) Berlin: EB Verlag, 2009, p. 127 - 196 [Han-Dynastie, Erzählliteratur, Anekdote, Xinxu, Liu Xiang, Fürstenspiegel].

Swift, Dr. Laura

Open University, United Kingdom
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Gyburg Uhlmann Freie Universität Berlin
  • Dr. Laura Swift: Negotiating seduction: Archilochus’ Cologne Epode and the transformation of epic. In: Philologus. 159, 2015, p. 2 - 28 [Greek iambus; Greek epic; Archilochus; Homer; seduction].

  • Dr. Laura Swift: The animal fable and Greek iambus: ainoi and half-ainoi in Archilochus. In: Gêneros poéticos na Grécia antiga: Confluências e fronteiras. (Ed. C. Werner B. Sebastini) São Paulo: Humanitas, 2014, p. 49 - 77 [Archilochus; Greek iambus; animal fable; fable].

  • Dr. Laura Swift: Lyric visions of epic combat: the spectacle of war in archaic personal song. In: War as Spectacle: Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Conflict. (Ed. Anastasia Bakogianni Valerie Hope) London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015, p. 93 - 109 [Greek lyric poetry; Archilochus; Alcaeus; Sappho; Ibycus; Tyrtaeus; Greek iambus; Greek elegy; ancient warfare].

  • Dr. Laura Swift: Poetics and precedents in Archilochus’ erotic imagery. In: Iambus and Elegy: New Approaches. (Ed. Laura Swift Chris Carey) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016, p. 253 - 270 [Greek iambus; Archilochus; imagery; seduction].

  • Dr. Laura Swift Professor Chris Carey: Iambus and Elegy: New Approaches. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016, 372 pp. [Greek iambus; Greek elegy].

Taiwo, Prof. Dr. Olurotimi O.

Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria
Field of research: English (linguistics)
Host: Prof. Dr. Ulrike Gut Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
  • Rotimi Taiwo: Interpersonal social responsibility in the context of SMS messaging in south-western Nigeria. In: Culture and Society, popular culture, language and inter-group relations. (Ed. Tunde Babawale, Olukoya Ogen) Lagos: Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization (CBAAC), 2009, p. 165 - 179 [popular culture, inter-group relation].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Linguistic forms and functions of SMS text messages. In: Handbook of research in computer-mediated communication. (Ed. Sigrid Kelsey, Kirk St Armant) Pennsylvania USA: IGI Global Publishers, 2008, p. 969 - 982 [computer-mediated-communication, SMS, functions].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Interrogation in Online forums: A case study of Nigerian online discourse. In: Current perspectives in phono-syntax and dialectology. (Ed. Gordon Adika, Felix Abidemi Fabunmi, Akeem Segun Salawu) Winneba, Ghana: Department of Gur-Gonja, Faculty of Languages, University of Education, 2009, p. 342 - 368 [interrogation, online forum, thread].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Discourse Features in Nigerian Online Discussion Forums. In: Interpersonal Relations and Social Patterns in Communication Technologies: Discourse, Norms: Language Structures and Cultural Variables. . (Ed. Jung-ran, Park Eileen Abels ) Pennsylvania, USA: IGI Global (Information Science Reference), 2010, p. 185 - 201 [Discourse Online Discussion Forums Language Structures ].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: The Dynamics of language mixing in Nigerian digital communication. In: Handbook of Research on Discourse Behavior and Digital Communication: Language Structures and Social Interaction. (Ed. Rotimi Taiwo) Pennsylvania, USA: IGI Global (Information Science Reference), 2010, p. 179 - 190 [language mixing digital communication Nigeria text messages online forum].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Social Identity and Discursive Practices in Nigerian Online Forums. In: Indigenous Societies, ICTs and Cultural Globalization in the 21st Century, is the Global Village Truly Real? . (Ed. Nnamdi Ekeanyanwu Chinedu Okeke ) Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Verlag, 2010, p. 70 - 91 [Social Identity Discursive Practices Online Forum Nigeria].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Respelling and Creativity in SMS: Implications for Literacy in the Developing World. In: Language and Literacy in a Challenging World. (Ed. Thao Le Quynh Le Megan Short ) New York, USA: Nova Science Publishers, 2010, p. 289 - 302 [Respelling SMS Literacy Creativity].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Language and Mobile Telecommunication in Nigeria: SMS as a Digital Age Lingual-cultural Expression. Ile-Ife: Obafemi Awolowo University Press, 2012, 161 pp. [The discourse of SMS as Digital Communication].

  • Rotimi Taiwo & Innocent Chiluwa: Computer-mediated Discourse in Africa. New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2012, 182 pp. [Computer-mediated Discourse Analysi].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Nigerian English. In: Mouton World Atlas of Variation in English. (Ed. Rotimi Taiwo) Germany : Mouton de Gruyter, 2012, p. 410 - 416 [Morphosyntactic features of localized English ].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: 'The Thumb Tribe ' Innovative English Usage: Creativity and Social Cange in the Context of SMS Messages in Nigeria. In: California Linguistc Notes . XXXX, 2010, p. 1 - 18 [SMS and creative use of language].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Language and Cultural Identity in Nigerian Online Diaspora Discourse. In: Papers in English Linguistics. 13, 2012, p. 1 - 24 [Discursive forms of cultural identity in Diaspora Online Communication].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: The Use of Socio-cultural Elements for Creativity in Nigerian SMS Texts. In: Journal of Linguistics Association of Nigeria. 12, 2009, [Creativity, SMS, socio-cultural elements].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Discursive Forms and Functions of Flaming in Nigerian Online Discussion Forums. In: Abuja Journal of English and Literary Studies. 2(1), 2011, p. 1 - 16 [Flaming, discourse, discussion forum].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Discursive Manipulation Strategies in Virtual Scams. In: Computer Mediated Communication Across Cultures: International Interactions in Online Environments. (Ed. Kirk St. Armant & Sigrid Kelsey) Hershy, Pennsylvania: Information Reference Science, 2012, p. 143 - 154 [Virtual scam, manipulation, discourse].

  • Akinmade Akande Rotimi Taiwo: Languages in Contact and Contact Linguistics in Africa and Beyond. New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2013, 272 pp. [Contact Linguistics, Bilingualism, Codeswitching, Corpus Linguistics, Creole Linguistics].

  • Segun Adekoya Rotimi Taiwo Kehinde Ayoola Adeyemi Adegoju : Linguistic and Literary Issues in Digital Communication in the Globalised Age. Ile-Ife: Obafemi Awolowo University Press, 2014, 606 pp. [Digital Communication, Language, Literature].

  • Innocent Chiluwa Presley Ifukor Rotimi Taiwo: Pragmatics of Nigerian English in Digital Discourse. Munchen, Germany: LINCOM Europa, 2014, 100 pp. [Digital Discourse, Nigerian English, Pragmatics].

  • Rotimi Taiwo Tunde Opeibi: The Discourse of Digital Civic Engagement: Perspectives from the Developing World. New York, USA: Nova Science Publishers, 2016, 208 pp. [Discourse, Digital Discourse, Civic Engagement].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Handbook of Discourse Behavior and Digital Communication: Language, Structure and Social Interaction Vol. I. Hershey, New York, USA: IGI Global Publishers, 2010, 488 pp. [Discourse behavior, Digital communication, Language, Structures, Social Interaction, Cyberspace].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Handbook of Discourse Behavior and Digital Communication: Language, Structure and Social Interaction Vol. II. Heshey, New York, USA: IGI Global Publishers, 2010, 492 pp. [Digital Communication, Discourse, Discourse Behavior, Language, Structure, Social Inrteraction, Cyberspace].

  • Mohammed Ademilokun Rotimi Taiwo: Discursive Strategies in Newspaper Campaign Advertisements for Nigeria’s 2011 Elections. In: Discourse and Communication. 7, 2013, p. 431 - 452 [Discursive Strategies, Political Campaigns, Elections, Campaign Advertisements].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Emerging Trends in English Language in the New Media: A Case Study of Satire in Nigerian Text Messages. In: Journal of Nigeria English Studies Association (JNESA). 16, 2013, p. 58 - 73 [Text messages, Satire, Nigeria, Emerging trends].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: English Language Teaching and 21st Century Teacher Competencies. In: English Language Teaching Today, A Journal of English and English Language Teaching Communication Skills. 10, 2013, p. 1 - 8 [ELT, Competencies, Teacher, 21st Century].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: 'Who will employ them?' Questions as Engagement Strategies in Nigerian Job Portals Online. In: Ghana Journal of Linguistics. 4, 2015, p. 41 - 63 [Employment, Stance, Questions, Job portals online, Engagement strategies].

  • Rotimi Taiwo Ebuka Igwebuike: Representation of Bakassi Peninsula Conflict in Nigeria and Cameroon Print Media: A Critical Discourse Approach. In: Linguistik Online. 72, 2015, p. 29 - 45 [Representation, Bakassi Peninsula, Nigeria, Cameroon, Critical Discourse Analysis, Print Media].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Cyberbehavior. In: Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, 3rd Edition. (Ed. Mehdi Khosrow-Pour ) Hershey, New York, USA: IGI Global Publishers, 2015, p. 638 - 646 [Cyber behavior, spamming, flaming, cyberbullying, trolling, online, cyberspace].

  • Rotimi Taiwo Ebuka Igwebuike: Mobile Phone Beeping. In: Encyclopedia of Mobile Phone Behavior, Volumes 1, 2, 3. (Ed. Zheng Yan) Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA: IGI Global Publishers, 2015, p. 71 - 81 [Mobile phone].

  • Eunice Fajobi Rotimi Taiwo: On the Pedagogical Exploration of 'Phono-Spkn' Messages in ESL Phonology Classrooms. In: Current Linguistic and Literary Issues in Digital Communication in the Globalised Age. (Ed. Segun Adekoya Rotimi Taiwo Kehinde Ayoola Adeyemi Adegoju) Ile-Ife: Obafemi Awolowo University Press, 2014, p. 562 - 583 [Digital Communication, Language, Literature, Globalised Age, Phono-Spkn, Classrooms, ].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Impoliteness in Online Discussion Forum: A Study of Trolling in Nairaland.com. In: Pragmatics of Nigerian English in Digital Discourse. (Ed. Innocent Chiluwa Presley Ifukor Rotimi Taiwo) Munchen, Germany: LINCOM Europa, 2014, p. 67 - 76 [Impoliteness, Trolling, Discussion Forum, Nairaland, Online].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Pentecostal Discourse Communities of SMS Users in Southwestern Nigeria. In: New Media and Religious Transformations in Africa. (Ed. Rosalind I. J. Hackett and Benjamin F. Soares ) Bloomington, Indiana, USA: Indiana University Press, 2015, p. 190 - 204 [SMS, Discourse Communities, Nigeria, Social Interactive Technology, New Media, Mobile Telephones].

  • Foluke Unuabonah & Rotimi Taiwo: Illocutionary Acts in Antenatal Health Talks: A Case Study of a Hospital in Southwestern Nigeria. In: Essays on Language in Societal Transformation: A Festschrift in Honour of Segun Awonusi. (Ed. Tunde Opeibi Josef Schmied Tope Omoniyi Kofo Adedeji) Göttingen : CUVILLIER VERLAG, 2015, p. 98 - 106 [Illocutionary Acts, Antenatal Health Talks, Hospitals, Discourse].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Sentence Typologies and Civic Engagement in Nairaland Forum. In: The Discourse of Digital Civic Engagement: Perspectives from the Developing World. (Ed. Rotimi Taiwo Tunde Opeibi) New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2016, p. 75 - 90 [Sentence, Civic Engagement, Nairaland Forum].

  • Rotimi Taiwo Akin Odebunmi: Analyzing Language and Humor in Online Discourse,. Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global , 2016, 295 pp. [online discourse, humor, language].

  • Rotimi Taiwo: Cognitive Verbs and Stance Taking In Nigerian Jobs And Careers Portals Online. In: Marang: Journal of Language and Literature. Vol. 27, 2016, p. 1 - 19 [stance taking, cognitive verbs, job, career, online].

Takacs, Dr. habil. Gabor

Eötvös Lorand University, Hungary
Field of research: Egyptology
Host: Prof. Dr. Herrmann Jungraithmayr Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
  • Gabor Takacs: Studies in Afro-Asiatic Comparative Phonology: Consonants. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag, 2011, 258 pp.

  • Gabor Takacs: Etyma Afroastatica nova - Roots with Initial Labials. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag GmbH, 2016, 253 pp.

Taseva, Prof. Dr. Lora

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
Field of research: Southern Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Christian Voß Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Lora Taseva: Wortbildungstendenzen in den suedslavischen Versionen der Synaxarien zum Triodion. In: Dar slovesny. Festschrift fuer Christof Koch zum 65. Geburtstag.. (Ed. Wolfgang Hock und Michael Meier-Bruegger) Muenchen: Otto Sagner Verlag, 2007, p. 277 - 287.

Thelin, Prof. Dr. Nils Bertil

, Sweden
Field of research: Slavic and Balkan studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Hansjakob Seiler Universität zu Köln
  • Nils Bertil Thelin: On the Nature of Time. Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis , 2014, 477 pp.

Thom, Prof. Dr. Johan C.

University of Stellenbosch, South Africa
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Jan Cilliers Breytenbach Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Johan C. Thom: "To show the difference by comparison": The New Wettstein and Cleanthes' Hymn. In: Reading religions in the ancient world: Essays presented to Robert McQueen Grant on his 90th birthday. (Ed. David E. Aune, Robin Darling Young) Leiden: Brill, 2007, p. 81 - 100 [Cleanthe's Hymn to Zeus, Wettstein, Prologue to John, New Testament history of religions].

  • Johan C. Thom: The passions in Neopythagorean wrtitings. In: Passions and moral progress in Greco-Roman thought. (Ed. John T. Fitzgerald) London / New York: Routledge, 2008, p. 67 - 78 [Neopythagoreanism, passions].

  • Johan C. Thom: Justice in the Sermon on the Mount: An Aristotelian reading. In: Novum Testamentum. 51, 2009, p. 314 - 338 [New Testament; Sermon on the Mount; Matthew 5-7; justice; righteousness; Golden Rule; Aristotle].

Tillman, Prof. Dr. Hoyt Cleveland

Arizona State University, United States of America
Field of research: Sinology
Host: Prof. Dr. Hans van Ess Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
  • Hoyt Cleveland Tillman, Christian Soffel: Cultural Authority and Political Culture in China - Müchner Ostasiatiosche Studien - Band 85. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2012, 223 pp.

Tomelleri, Prof. Dr. Vittorio Springfield

Universita degli Studi di Macerata, Italy
Field of research: Eastern Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Helmut Keipert Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • Vittorio Springfield Tomelleri: Überlegungen zum Novgoroder >>Humanismus<<. In: Schnittpunkt Slavistik. (Ed. Irina Podtergera) Göttingen: V & R unipress GmbH/ Bonn University Press, 2012, p. 383 - 404.

Torres Guerra, Prof. Dr. Jose Bernardino

Universidad de Navarra, Spain
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Martin Hose Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU)
  • Álvaro Sánchez-Ostiz, José B. Torres, Ramón Martínez (eds.), : De Grecia a Roma y de Roma a Grecia: un camino de ida y vuelta. Pamplona: EUNSA, 2007, 431 pp. [Interculturalism, Intertextuality, Literary relations between Greece and Rome].

Valente, Dr. Stefano

Universität Hamburg, Germany
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Christian Brockmann Universität Hamburg
  • Stefano Valente: In margine a una nuova edizione di Esichio (review of: Hesychii Alexandrini Lexicon, 4, ed. post K. Latte continuantes recc. et emendd. Peter Allan Hansen-Ian C. Cunningham, Berlin-New York: de Gruyter 2009). In: Eikasmós. 22, 2011, p. 489 - 495 [Greek lexicography, Byzantine lexicography].

  • Stefano Valente: Plato Leges 10.909d6: θεοπολεῖν or θεηπολεῖν?. In: Mnemosyne. 64, 2011, p. 281 - 284 [Plato, textual criticism, Greek lexicography].

  • Stefano Valente: Il lessici a Platone di Timeo Sofista e Pseudo-Didimo. Introduzione ed edizione critica. Berlin-Boston: de Gruyter, 2012, VIII-316 pp. [Greek lexicography, Atticismus, Plato, ancient Greek scholarship].

  • Stefano Valente: review of: F. Schironi, From Alexandria to Babylon. Near Eastern Languages and Hellenistic Erudition in the Oxyrhynchus Glossary (P.Oxy. 1802 + 4812). «Sozomena. Studies in the Recovery of Ancient Texts» 4. Berlin–New York: W. de Gruyter 2009. In: Gnomon. 84, 2012, p. 5 - 9 [Greek lexicography, papyrology, Greek dialectology, textual criticism].

  • Stefano Valente: L’Ἰφιγέρων di Strattide (CPG VII 629) e Antiatt. 83,25-27 B.: una nota critico-testuale. In: Annali Online Lettere - Ferrara (http://annali.unife.it/lettere/). 2011, p. 96 - 101.

  • Stefano Valente: A Greek–Latin fragment of the ‘erweiterte Synagoge’ in ms. Arund. 9 f. 55r. In: Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik . 181, 2012, p. 54 - 60.

  • Stefano Valente: Hesychius. In: LGGA (Lessico dei Grammatici Greci Antichi), http://www.aristarchus.unige.it/lgga/. 2012.

  • Stefano Valente: Quattro anonime citazioni greche in Prisciano. In: Eikasmós . 23, 2012, p. 317 - 320.

  • Stefano Valente: Rezension zu: Scholies à Apollonios de Rhodes, textes trad. et comm. par Guy Lachenaud. «Fragments» 9. Paris: Les Belles Lettres 2010. In: Eikasmós . 23, 2012, p. 603 - 603.

  • Stefano Valente - Matteo Martelli: Per una nuova edizione commentata di un lessico alchemico bizantino. In: Eikasmós. 24, 2013, p. 275 - 296.

  • Stefano Valente: . Su una nuova edizione dell’Ortografia di Velio Longo (Rezension zu: Velii Longi de orthographia, intr., testo crit., trad. e comm. a c. di Marta di Napoli. «Collectanea grammatica Latina» 8. Hildesheim: Weidmann 2011). In: Eikasmós . 24, 2013, p. 509 - 514.

  • Stefano Valente: Rezension zu: Manuela Callipo, Dionisio Trace e la tradizione grammaticale. «Multa paucis» 9. Acireale–Roma: Bonanno 2011. In: Prometheus. 39, 2013, p. 283 - 286.

  • Stefano Valente: La fonte sintattico-atticista greca di Prisciano e la lessicografia greca. In: Greco antico nell’Occidente carolingio: frammenti di testi attici nell’Ars di Prisciano. (Ed. Michela Rosellini) Hildesheim: Olms, 2014, p. 61 - 81.

  • Stefano Valente: Rezension zu. Giuseppe Ucciardello, Hypomnemata papiracei e lessicografia. Tra Alessandria e Bisanzio. «I Quaderni di Orione» 1, Messina: Dipartimento di Civiltà Antiche e Moderne 2012. In: Museum Helveticum . 70, 2013, p. 327 - 328.

Van der Eijk, Prof. Dr. Philip

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Jan-Hendrik Olbertz Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Philip van der Eijk; Maithe A.A. Hulskamp: Stages in the reception of Aristotle’s works on sleep and dreams in Hellenistic and Imperial philosophy and medicine. In: La réception des Parva Naturalia d’Aristote. Fortune antique et médiévale. (Ed. P. Morel) Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 2010, p. 47 - 75.

  • Philip van der Eijk: Développements récents dans l’étude de la doxographie de la philosophie et des sciences dans l’antiquité. In: Transmettre les savoirs dans l'antiquité gréco-romaine. (Ed. F. Le Blay) Rennes: Presse Universitaire de Rennes, 2010, p. 107 - 116.

  • Philip van der Eijk: Galens Auseinandersetzung mit Aristoteles' Ansichten zum Gesichts- und Geruchssinn. In: Antike Naturwissenschaft und ihre Rezeption, Band 20. (Ed. J. Althoff; S. Föllinger; G. Wöhrle) Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2010, p. 81 - 107.

Vannini, Prof. Giulio

Universita per Stranieri di Perugia, Italy
Field of research: Latin philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schmitzer Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Giulio Vannini: Cesare contro Cesare: il divo Augusto nell’Apokolokyntosis. In: La costruzione del mito augusteo. (Ed. Mario Labate, Gianpiero Rosati) Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2013, p. 197 - 220 [Latin literature Classical philology].

  • Giulio Vannini: Cesare contro Cesare: il divo Augusto nell’Apokolokyntosis. In: La costruzione del mito augusteo. (Ed. Mario Labate, Gianpiero Rosati) Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2013, p. 197 - 220 [Latin literature Classical philology].

  • Giulio Vannini: La Matrona di Efeso di Petronio e le altre versioni antiche dell’aneddoto. In: Collected studies on the Roman novel. (Ed. Marcos Carmignani, Luca Graverini, Benjamin Todd Lee) Córdoba: Editorial Brujas, 2013, p. 77 - 95 [Latin literature Classical philology].

  • Giulio Vannini: Review of: G. Schmeling, A. Setaioli, A commentary on the Satyrica of Petronius. In: Journal of Roman Studies. 103, 2013, p. 333 - 335 [Latin literature Classical philology].

  • Giulio Vannini: La prima similitudine della Commedia e una fonte romanzesca. In: Dante Studies. 130, 2012, p. 207 - 213 [Latin literature Nachleben Italian literature Dante].

  • Giulio Vannini: La prima similitudine della Commedia e una fonte romanzesca. In: Dante Studies. 130, 2012, p. 207 - 213 [Latin literature Nachleben Italian literature Dante].

Vazquez Laslop, Prof. Dr. Maria Eugenia

El Colegio de Mexico, Mexico
Field of research: Ibero-Romance languages (linguistics)
Host: Prof. Dr. Johannes Kabatek Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Maria Eugenia Vazquez Laslop: Subjetividad, objetividad y estructuras lingüísticas de leyes mexicanas (1821-1829). In: RILI (Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana). X, 20, 2012, p. 161 - 178 [text linguistics, legal discourse, Mexican laws in 19th century].

  • Maria Eugenia Vazquez Laslop: Tradiciones e innovaciones jurídicas y textuales: codificación y descodificación en las leyes mexicanas de los siglos xix al xxi. In: Prácticas y políticas lingüísticas: nuevas variedades, normas, actitudes y perspectivas. (Ed. Klaus Zimmermann) Madrid / Frankfurt am Main: Iberoamericana / Vervuert, 2014, p. 167 - 204 [Legal traditions, discursive traditions, Mexican laws (19th to 21st centuries)].

  • Maria Eugenia Vazquez Laslop: Tradiciones jurídicas y tradiciones textuales de las leyes mexicanas (siglos xvi al xxi). In: Cuadernos de la ALFAL. 6, 2014, p. 87 - 104 [Legal traditions, discursive traditions, pragma-linguistics, Mexican laws (19th to 21st centuries)].

Verbovsek, Prof. Dr. Alexandra

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Field of research: Egyptology
Host: Prof. Dr. John Robert Baines University of Oxford
  • Alexandra Verbovsek: „Er soll sich nicht fürchten ...!“. Zur Bedeutung und Funktion von Angst in der Erzählung des Sinuhe. In: Themenband „Texte – Theben – Tonfragmente“, Festschrift für Günter Burkard. (Ed. Dieter Kessler, Regine Schulz, Martina Ullmann, Alexandra Verbovsek, Stefan Wimmer) Ägypten und Altes Testament 76, 2009, p. 421 - 433 [Emotionen im Alten Ägypten Ägyptologische Literaturwissenschaft].

Vergados, Prof. Dr. Athanassios

Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Germany
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Gerrit Kloss Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
  • Athanassios Vergados: Shifting Focalization in the Homeric Hymn to Hermes: the Case of Hermes' Cave. In: Greek Roman and Byzantine Studies. 51, 2011, p. 1 - 25 [Greek literature, epic, Homeric hymns.].

  • Athanassios Vergados: ἐρίηρος ἀοιδός (θ 62/63). Etymologisches Wortspiel in der Odyssee. In: Wiener Studien. 125, 2012, p. 7 - 22 [etymology, Odyssey, Demodocus].

  • Athanassios Vergados: Corinna's Poetic Mountains: PMG 654 col. i 1-34 and Hesiodic Reception. In: Classical Philology. 107, 2012, p. 101 - 118 [Corinna, Hesiod, Helicon, Cithaeron, poetic contests in literature].

  • Athanassios Vergados: Letter from Hermias to Apollon (P. Duke inv. 913). In: Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists. 48, 2011, p. 51 - 60 [papyrus letters].

Verlinsky, Prof. Dr. Alexander

Bibliotheca Classica Petropolitana, Russian Federation
Field of research: Greek, Greek studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Georg Wöhrle Universität Trier
  • Alexander Verlinsky: 'Aristotle on drying up of Argolid (Meteor. I 14, 352 a 9 - 13)' (in Russian, with English summary). In: Tradita non explorata, Philologia Classica 7. (Ed. Alexander Verlinsky) St. Petersburg : St. Petersburg State University Press , 2007, p. 58 - 80 [Aristotle, Meteorologica, ancient Argolid].

Vitkovskiy, Dr. Vadim

Russische Methodistische Kirche, Russian Federation
Field of research: Classical philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Markus Witte Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Vadim Vitkovskiy: Den Heiden ist dies Heil Gottes gesandt. Berlin, Münster: LIT, 2012, 213 pp.

Vydrine, Prof. Dr. Valentin

Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Raimund Kastenholz Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
  • Cornelia Giesing, Valentin Vydrine: Ta:rikh Mandinka de Bijini (Guinée-Bissau) : La mémoire des Mandinka et Sooninkee du Kaabu. Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2007, 422 pp. [Mandinka, Arbographic tradition, Kaabu, Soninke].

Vykypelova, Dr. Tatana

The Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
Field of research: Western Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Tilman Berger Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
  • Tatana Vykypelova: Erwähnungen einer venezianischen Ausgabe der Smotryc'kyi-Grammatik aus dem Jahre 1755 in Texten von Maximiliam Schimek. In: Schnittpunkt Slavistik - Teil 1: Slavistik im Dialog - einst und jetzt. (Ed. Irina Podtergera) Göttingen: V & R unipress GmbH/ Bonn University Press, 2012, p. 319 - 348.

Wennerscheid, Prof. Dr. Sophie

Ghent University, Belgium
Field of research: Scandinavian studies, Nordic philology
Host: Dr. Jon B. Stewart University of Copenhagen
  • Sophie Wennerscheid: "Close your eyes" Phantasma, Kraft und Dunkelheit in der skandinavischen Literatur. Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink GmbH & Co. Verlags-KG, 2014, 386 pp.

Wheeler, Prof. Dr. Stephen M.

Pennsylvania State University, United States of America
Field of research: Latin philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Widu-Wolfgang Ehlers Freie Universität Berlin
  • Stephen M. Wheeler: More Roman than the Romans of Rome: Virgilian (Self-)Fashioning in Claudian's Panegyric for the Consuls Olybrius and Probinus. In: Texts and Culture in Late Antiquity: Inheritance, Authority, and Change. (Ed. J. H. D. Scourfield ) Swansea: The Classical Press of Wales, 2007, p. 97 - 133 [Claudian, panegyric, idea of Rome, reception of Virgil].

Wieser, Dr. Doris

Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
Field of research: Ibero-Romance literature
Host: Dr. Henrique Barroso Fernandes Universidade do Minho
  • Doris Wieser: Njinga, Rainha de Angola, de Sérgio Graciano (2013): distorção fílmica ou resgate histórico?. In: Alles andere als unsichtbar / Tudo menos invisível. (Ed. Teresa Pinheiro, Kathrin Sartingen) Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang, 2017, p. 85 - 100 [Angola, Cultural Memory, Gender Studies, Postcolonial Studies, Film Studies].

  • Doris Wieser, Luciana Moreira: O passado por dentro do presente: Guerra Colonial portuguesa e as reescritas da memória cultural. In: Configurações. 19, 2017, p. 89 - 103 [Memory, Post-Memory, Portuguese Colonial War, National Identity].

  • Doris Wieser: ʻA língua é a própria carne do pensamentoʼ. Entrevista a João Paulo Borges Coelho. In: Cadernos de Estudos Africanos. 32, 2016, p. 145 - 172 [Mozambique, national identity, João Paulo Borges Coelho, memory, Mozambican literature].

  • Doris Wieser: Eduardo Lourenço e Severino Elias Ngoenha em diálogo: uma leitura decolonial. In: Cerrados. 25:41, 2016, p. 222 - 237 [colonialism, decoloniality, delinking, national identity, Portugal, Mozambique].

  • Enrique Rodrigues-Moura, Doris Wieser: Identidades em Movimento. Construções identitárias na África de língua portuguesa e seus reflexos no Brasil e em Portugal. Frankfurt a. M.: TFM (Biblioteca Luso-Brasileira 28), 2015, 301 pp. [National identities, Lusophone Literature, Postcolonial Studies].

  • Doris Wieser: Aculturação, ʻcafrealizaçãoʼ e identidade moçambicana em Choriro, de Ungulani Ba Ka Khosa. In: Navegações. 8:2, 2015, p. 108 - 117 [Mozambican literature; Acculturation; Cultural memory; National identity].

Williams, Prof. Dr. Craig

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America
Field of research: Latin philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Therese Fuhrer Freie Universität Berlin
  • Craig Williams: Reading Roman Friendship. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012, 378 pp. [Latin literature, Latin epigraphy, history of friendship].

  • Craig Williams: When a Dolphin Loves a Boy: Some Greco-Roman and Native American Love Stories. In: Classical Antiquity. 32, 2013, p. 200 - 242 [Greek and Latin literature, animals, Native American literature].

  • Craig Williams: Rom in der Postmoderne. Darstellungen der Antike in zwei historischen Romanen. In: Wissensästhetik. Wissen über die Antike in ästhetischer Vermittlung.. (Ed. Ernst Osterkamp) Berlin: De Gruyter, 2008, p. 325 - 344 [historical fiction, reception of ancient Rome in modern literature].

  • Craig Williams: Epigrammata longa e strategie metapoetiche in Marziale. In: Epigramma longum. Da Marziale alla tarda antichità.. (Ed. Alfredo Morelli) Cassino: Università degli Studi di Cassino, 2008, p. 217 - 233 [Martial, Latin epigram, metapoetry].

  • Craig Williams: Roman Homosexuality in Historical Fiction from Robert Graves to Steven Saylor. In: Ancient Rome and the Construction of Modern Homosexual Identities. (Ed. Jennifer Ingleheart) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015, p. 176 - 193 [historical fiction, history of sexuality, reception of ancient Rome in modern literature].

  • Craig Williams: "Too Gross for Our Present Notions of Propriety": Roman Homosexuality in Two Nineteenth-Century Translations of Martial’s Epigrams. In: Ancient Rome and the Construction of Modern Homosexual Identities. (Ed. Jennifer Ingleheart) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015, p. 288 - 306 [history of translation, history of sexuality, reception of ancient Rome in modern literature].

  • Craig Williams: The Rhetoricity of Gender and the Ideal of mediocritas in Vitruvius’ De architectura. In: Arethusa. 49, 2016, p. 227 - 250 [gender, Vitruvius].

  • Craig Williams: Perpetua’s Gender. A Latinist Reads the Passio Perpetuae et Felicitatis. In: Perpetua’s Passions. Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Passio Perpetuae et Felicitatis.. (Ed. Jan Bremmer, Marco Formisano) Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, p. 54 - 77 [gender, Passion of Perpetua].

  • Craig Williams: Cessamus mimum componere? Performances of Gender in Petronius’ Satyricon. In: Gender-Inszenierungen in der antiken Literatur . (Ed. Marco Formisano, Therese Fuhrer) Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2010, p. 25 - 44 [Petronius, gender].

Wöll, Prof. Dr. Alexander S.

Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
Field of research: Eastern Slavic philology
Host: Prof. Dr. Pavel Kouba Charles University
  • Alexander S. Wöll: Myths and democratic attitudes in Poland and Russia: An intermedial comparison. In: Democracy and Myth in Russia and Eastern Europe. (Ed. Alexander Wöll, Harald Wydra) London: Routledge, 2007, p. 141 - 165 [slavonic literature, comparative literature, political science, sociology, history, eastern europe, middle europe, russia, myth, religion].

Yakubovich, Dr. Ilya

Moscow M.V. Lomonosov State University, Russian Federation
Field of research: Indo-European linguistics, Indo-European studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Elisabeth Rieken Philipps-Universität Marburg
  • Ilya Yakubovich: From Lower Land to Cappadocia. In: Extraction and Control: Studies in Honor of Matthew W. Stolper . (Ed. Michael Kozuh et al. ) Chicago: Oriental Institute, 2014, p. 347-352 [Anatolian Studies, historical geography ].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: Anatolian Names in -wiya and the Structure of Empire Luwian Onomastics. In: Anatolian Interfaces: Culture, Language and Religion between Anatolia and the Aegean.. (Ed. Alice Mouton, Ian Rutherford, Ilya Yakubovich ) Leiden: Brill, 2013, p. 87 - 123 [Anatolian Studies, Onomastics].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: Hieroglyphs, Anatolian. In: The Enclyclopedia of Ancient History. (Ed. R.S. Bagnall et al. ) Oxford: Blackwell, 2013, p. 3210 - 3211 [Anatolian Studies, History of Writing ].

  • Alice Mouton, Ian Rutherford, Ilya Yakubovich: Introduction. In: Anatolian Interfaces: Culture, Language and Religion between Anatolia and the Aegean. (Ed. Alice Mouton, Ian Rutherford, Ilya Yakubovich) Leiden: Brill, 2013, p. 2 - 21 [Anatolian Studies, Ethnic History ].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: Luwian Language. In: The Encyclopedia of Ancient History . (Ed. R.S. Bagnall et al. ) Oxford : Blackwell, 2013, p. 4174 - 4175 [Luwian Language, Anatolian languages].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: Middle Iranian Intransitives in -ās-. In: Commentationes Iranicae: сборник статей к 90-летию В.А. Лившица. (Ed. P.B. Lurje, S.R. Tokhtasjev) Saint Petersburg: Nestor Historia, 2013, p. 376 - 377 [Middle Iranian Languages, Historical Morphology].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: Новое в согдийской этимологии. Moscow: Yazyki slavianskoj kultury , 2013, 244 pp. [Sogdian Language, Iranian Languages, Indo-European Linguistics].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: Hitit İmparatorluğu’nda Luvice. In: Aktüel Arkeoloji. 36, 2014, p. 54 - 61 [Luwian Language, Anatolian Studies].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: Review of Iranische Personnennamen in der neu- und spätbabylonischen Nebenüberlieferung, by R. Zadok. In: Kratylos. 59, 2014, p. 245 - 249 [Iranian Studies, Onomastics].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: Review of Iranische Personnennamen in der neuassyrischen Nebenüberlieferung, by R. Schmitt. In: Kratylos. 59, 2014, p. 249 - 253 [Iranian Studies, Onomastics].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: Review of Personal Names in Ancient Anatolia, ed.R. Parker. In: Classical Review. 64/1-2, 2014, p. 1 - 2 [Anatolian Studies, Onoimastics].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: The Luwian Deity Kwanza. In: Aramazd. 8/1-2, 2014, p. 282 - 297 [Anatolian Studies, History of Religion].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: Review of Die Aḫḫijawa-Frage (mit einer kommentierten Biblographie), by R. Fischer. In: Kratylos. 58, 2013, p. 185 - 192 [Anatolian Studies, Greek History, Historical Geography].

  • H Craig Melchert, Ilya Yakubovich: In Memoriam Alexandr Anatoljevich Lehrman. In: Journal of Indo-European Studies. 41/1, 2013, p. 311 - 317 [Obituary, History of Anatolian Studies].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: Reflexes Of Indo-European ’Ē-Statives’ In Old Indic. In: Transactions of Philological Society. 112/3, 2014, p. 386 - 408 [Indo-European Studies, Vedic Language, Sanskrit Language, Historical Morphology].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: The Degree of Comparison in Luwian. In: Indogermanische Forschungen. 118, 2013, p. 155 - 168 [Luwian Language, Historical Morphology].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: Review of The Elements of Hittite by Th. van den Hout. In: Classical Review. 63/1, 2013, p. 1 - 3 [Hittite Language].

  • Ilya Yakubovich: Review of Ultima-Indo-Europea by J. Puhvel. In: Journal of Indo-European Studies . 41/3-4, 2013, p. 566 - 570 [Indo-European Studies, Hittite Language].

  • Dr. Ilya Yakubovich: K lokalizacii Luvii – drevnejshego areala obitanija luvijcev. In: Vestnik drevnej istorii. 4, 2015, p. 137 - 163 [Anatolian Studies, historical geography ].

  • Dr. Ilya Yakubovich: Phoenician and Luwian in Early Iron Age Cilicia. In: Anatolian Studies. 65, 2015, p. 35 - 53 [Anatolian Studies, Bilingual Inscriptions, Phoenician, Luwian].

  • Dr. Ilya Yakubovich: Adanawa or Ahhiyawa? Reply to the addendum by J.D. Hawkins. In: Anatolian Studies. 65, 2015, p. 56 - 58 [Anatolian Studies, Anatolian hierpglyphs, toponymy ].

  • Dr. Ilya Yakubovich: Review of Personal Names in Ancient Anatolia,.R. Parker (ed.). In: Classical Review. 65, 2015, p. 3 - 5 [Anatolian Studies, Onomastics].

Yigbe, Prof. Dr. Dotsé

Universite de Lome, Togo
Field of research: African studies; African languages and cultures
Host: Prof. Dr. Flora Veit-Wild Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Dotsé Yigbe: La production du savoir colonial: une chasse à la parole africaine. In: Le Togo 1884-2004: 120 ans après Gustav Nachtigal. . (Ed. Adjai Paulin Oloukpona-Yinnon) Lomé: Presses de l'UL, 2007, p. 189 - 199 [savoir colonial, mission et ethnologie, Jakob Spieth, littérature éwé, africanisme allemand].

  • Dotsé Yigbe: Spiel und Ernst als heimatliches Mitbringsel des Migranten - am Beispiel von Martin Aku und Sénouvo Agbota Zinsou. In: Mont Cameroun. Afrikanische Zeitschrift für interkulturelle Studien zum deutschsprachigen Raum. N° 6, 2009, p. 103 - 118 [Spiel und Ernst, Migration, Asyl, ein Kind wird geschlagen, christliche Identität, afrikanische Realität].

  • Dotsé Yigbe: Von Schlegel über Spieth bis Westermann: die Ewe-Sprache im Dienste der missionarischen Ethnographie. In: Particip'Action Revue Interafricaine de littérature, linguistique et philosophie. 2, N°2, 2010, p. 121 - 137 [Mission und Kolonisation, deutsche Kolonialpolitik, Ewe-Sprache und -Literatur, Ewe-Dialekt und Streit der christlichen Konfessionen].

  • Dotsé Yigbe: Die Anfänge der afrikanischen Literatur in afrikanischer Sprache: Sam Obianim trifft John Bunyan im deutschen Missionsgebiet Togo. In: Annales de l'Université de Lomé, Série Lettres et Sciences Humaines. Tome XXX-2, 2010, p. 321 - 330 [Norddeutsche Mission, pietistische Tradition, christliche Literatur, Ewe-Literatur].

  • Dotsé Yigbe: La lecture et la rumeur publique dans une société orale: "Temps de chien" de Patrice Nganang. In: Mosaique Revue interafricaine de Philosophie, Littérature et Sciences Humaines. 010, 2010, p. 61 - 72 [postcolonie, rumeur, lecture, culture écrite, esprit critique].

Zajas, Prof. Dr. Pawel

Adam Mickiewicz University, Germany
Field of research: Dutch studies, Dutch philology
Host: Dr. Marcel Lepper Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach
  • Zajas, Pawel: Lectori salutem. Cees Nooteboom en zijn Suhrkamp-redacteur Elisabeth Borchers. In: Zacht Lawijd. 3, 2017, p. 24 - 37 [Dutch literature, Suhrkamp Verlag, German publishing field, German literature, Siegfried Unseld, Siegfried Unseld Archiv (SUA)].

Zenuch, Prof. Dr. Peter

Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia
Field of research: Slavic and Balkan studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Hans Rothe Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften
  • Svorad Zavarsky - Peter Zenuch: Joannicius Bazilovits: EXPLICATIO Sacrae Liturgiae Novae Legis veri Incruenti Sacrificii. Monumenta Byzantino-Slavica et Latina Slovaciae. Vol. III. (italienische und slovakische Sprache, Latein, Kirchenslavisch). Bratislava - Roma: Slavistický ústav Jána Stanislava SAV / Pontificio Istituto Orientale / Slovenský komitét slavistov / Spolok sv. Cyrila a Metoda, 2009, LXI + 548 s. pp. [Liturgie, liturgische Überlieferung, kirchenslavische Sprache, Latein, Karpatenraum.].

Ziffer, Prof. Dr. Giorgio

Universita degli Studi di Udine, Italy
Field of research: Slavic and Balkan studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Helmut Keipert Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • Giorgio Ziffer: Il margravio Kocel' e la Vita Constantini. In: Schnittpunkt Slavistik - Teil 2: Einflussforschung. (Ed. Irina Podtergera) Göttingen: V & R unipress GmbH/ Bonn University Press, 2012, p. 145 - 158.

Zolobov, Prof. Dr. Oleg F.

Kazan Federal University, Russian Federation
Field of research: Slavic and Balkan studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Thomas Karl Daiber Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen
  • Oleg F. Zholobov: The corpus of the Old Russian copies of the Paraenesis of Ephraem Syrus. III, 1: BAN 31.7.2. In: Russian Linguistics. 35, 2011, p. 361 - 380 [Corpus linguistics, Old Slavic-Russian manuscript, Paraenesis of Ephraem Syrian].

  • Oleg F. Zholobov: The corpus of the Old Russian copies of the Paraenesis of Ephraem Syrus. I: RGADA, Sin. 38. In: Russian Linguistics. 31, 2007, p. 31 - 59 [Corpus linguistics, Digital Humanities, Old Slavic-Russian manuscript, Paranaesis of Ephraem Syrian, linguotextology].

  • Oleg F. Zholobov: The corpus of the Old Russian copies of the Paraenesis of Ephraem Syrus. II: RNB, Pogod. 71a. In: Russian Linguistics. 33, 2009, p. 37 - 64 [Digital Humanities, Corpus Linguistics, Internet-edition, Old Slavic-Russian manuscript, linguotextology].

  • Oleg F. Zholobov: On reflexes of ti- and t-forms of verbs in Ancient Russian. In: Russian Linguistics. 38, 2014, p. 121 - 163 [Digital Humanities, Corpus Linguistics, Internet-editions, Old Russian manuscripts, Indo-European archaisms, reconstruction of Proto-Slavic verb forms].

  • Oleg F. Zholobov: On reflexes of the injuctive in Old Russian literary sources. In: Russkij jazyk v nauchnom osveshchenii. 23, 2012, p. 194 - 231 [reflexes of indo-european injuctive, Old Russian, linguotextological parallels].

  • Oleg F. Zholobov: Troickij sbornik of XII-XIII centuries: compilation and composition. In: Russica Romana. XX, 2013, p. 17 - 32 [Compilation and composition, Digital Humanities, Corpus Linguistics, linguotextological parallels, Old Slavic-Russian manuscript, numerology].

  • Oleg F. Zholobov: INTERTEXTUAL AND COMPOSITIONAL REMINISCENCES OF EPHRAEM THE SYRIAN’S SERMONS IN OLD RUSSIAN LITERATURE. In: St. Tikhon University Review. Series Philology. 9, 2007, p. 7 - 13 [Intertextuality, Old Russian literary sources].

  • Oleg F. Zholobov: The Present-Future Tense in the Troickij Sbornik (RGB, Tr. 12). In: Uchenye zapiski Kazanskogo universiteta. Gumanitarnye nauki. 155, 5, 2013, p. 30 - 39 [Present-Future Tense, Old Russian, variability of t- and ti-forms].

  • Oleg F. Zholobov: Linguistic-textological assessment of the Troickij Sbornik of the 12th–13th Centuries and the Paraenesis of Ephraim the Syrian by the manuscripts of the 13th–14th Centuries in сonnection with their Internet-Editions. In: «DREVNYAYA RUS’. VOPROSY MEDIEVISTIKI (OLD RUSSIA. THE QUESTIONS OF MIDDLE AGES)». 57, 2014, p. 42 - 58 [Digital Humanities, Internet-editions and studies of Old Russian manuscripts].

  • Oleg F. Zholobov (Žolobov): Rec. ad: Lora Taseva, Triodnite sinaksari v srednevekovnata slavjanska knižnina. Tekstologično izsledvane. Izdanie na Zakheevija prevod. Slovoukazateli. Freiburg i. Br.: Weiher Verlag, 2010, (Monumenta linguae slavicae dialecti veteris, LIV). 823 c. In: Wiener Slavistisches Jahrbuch. Neue Folge . 2, 2014, p. 249 - 253 [Old Slavonic literary translation sources, Triodion, Sinaxarion, Middle Bulgarian].

  • Oleg F. Zholobov (Žolobov): The 'Augment Imperfect'?. In: Journal of Comparative Studies. 4 (33), 2014, p. 19 - 32 [augment, imperfect, Old Russian].

  • Oleg F. Zolobov: The Internet-edition of the Troickij sbornik XII-XIIIth centuaries: Online-indices of word forms as a Tool for linguistic analysis. In: Pismenoto nasledstvo i informacionnite technologii: materiali ot V meždunarodna nauč. konf. (Varna 15-20 septembri 2014 g.). (Ed. V. A. Baranov) Sofia, Iževsk, 2014, p. 207 - 210 [Internet-edition, Old Slavonic-Russian manuscripts, Online-indices].

Zolyomi, Prof. Dr. Gabor

Eötvös Lorand University, Hungary
Field of research: Ancient Near Eastern studies, ancient Oriental languages
Host: Prof. Dr. Markham J. Geller Freie Universität Berlin
  • Gábor Zólyomi: Copular Clauses and Focus Marking in Sumerian. Warsaw — Berlin: De Gruyter Open, 2014, 200 pp. [Linguistics, Assyriology, Sumerology. Ancient Near Eastern Studies].

  • Gábor Zólyomi: Akkadian and Sumerian Language Contact. In: Semitic Languages. An International Handbook. (Ed. Stefan Weninger et al.) Berlin — New York: Mouton de Gruyter , 2011, p. 396 - 404 [Linguistics, Ancient Near Eastern Studies, Assyriology, Semitic Studies].

  • Gábor Zólyomi: A Typology of Sumerian Copular Clauses. In: Altorientalische Studien zu Ehren von Pascal Attinger: mu-ni u₄ ul-li₂-a-aš ĝa₂-ĝa₂-de₃ . (Ed. Catherina Mittermayer, Sabine Ecklin) Fribourg, Suisse — Göttingen: Editions Universitaires —Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht , 2012, p. 399 - 425 [Linguistics, Ancient Near Eastern Studies. Assyriology].