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Bibliographia Humboldtiana

I. Publications by Humboldt Research Fellows from abroad

Cultural, social anthropology (ethnology)

Ajala, Prof. Dr. Aderemi S.

University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Field of research: Cultural anthropology
Host: Dr. Clemens Greiner Universität zu Köln
  • Aderemi S. Ajala: Religion and Politics in the Making of Yoruba Nationalism in South-western Nigeria. In: Orita: Ibadan Journal of Religious Studies. XLI/II, 2010, p. 112 - 136 [Nationalism, Religion, All inclusive, Yoruba, Western Nigeria. ].

  • Aderemi S. Ajala and Ediomo-Ubong, E.N: It's My Step-Mother: Witchcraft, Social relations and Health security in Ibibio, south-south Nigeria. In: Anthropos. 105, 2010, p. 455 - 470 [Nigeria, Ibibio, Withcraft, Social relations, Health care and HIV/AIDS.].

  • Aderemi S. Ajala: A ji s'ebi Òy´ó: Yuruba Perception of Nationalism in Nigerian National Politics. In: Nationalism an Politics in Post-Colonial Nigeria. (Ed. Aderemi Suleiman Ajala) Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2012, p. 175 - 192.

  • Aderemi S. Ajala: Yoruba Nationalism. Culture, Politics and Violence in South-Western Nigeria (1900-2012). Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2013, 184 pp.

  • Prof. Dr. Aderemi S. Ajala and Omobowale, M.O.: Pàrágà: Socio-economic Context of the Production and Utilization of Alcoholic Herbal Remedy in Ibadan, Nigeria“. In: Anthropos,. 108 (1), 2013, p. 149- - 162 [Alcoholic, Local herbs, Ibadan, Paraga].

  • Prof. Dr. Aderemi S. Ajala and Olarinmoye, A.W: From Kitchen to Corridor of Power: Yoruba Women Breaking through Patriarchal Politics in South-western Nigeria. . In: West African Journal of Archaeology. 43 (2), 2013, p. 135- - 166 [Elective Politics, Yoruba Women, Patriarchal Politics ].

  • Prof. Dr. Aderemi S. Ajala: Yoruba Nationalism and the Legal Perspectives of the O’odua Peoples’ Congress in South-western Nigeria. In: Recht in Afrika. 16 (1), 2013, p. 1 - 11 [O'odua People's Congress, Ethnic Nationalism, Self determination, Law, Southwestern Nigeria].

  • Prof. Dr. Aderemi S. Ajala: Book Review: Africa after Apartheid: South Africa, Race and Nation in Tanzania, by Richard A. Schroeder, Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2012:PP 228. In: Ethnic and Racial Studies. 14 (9), 2014, p. 102 - 107 [Apartheid, South Africa, Tanzania, Nation, Race].

  • Prof. Dr. Aderemi S. Ajala: Digging Facts through Tape-recording and Trowel: an Archaeological Study of Owu in Southwestern Nigeria. In: Nyame Akuma. 81, 2014, p. 34 - 40 [Archaeology and Anthropology, Methodology, Combined Research, University of Ibadan, Owu fieldwork].

  • Aderemi Suleiman Ajala: From Insurgency to Cultural Diplomacy: Education and the Transformation of Gani Adams' O'dua Peoples' Congress. In: Knowledge and Nigeria's National Security: Essays in Honor of bashorun Sheinde Arogbofa.. (Ed. Albert, O.A; B.O, Ololajulo and O. Aremu) Abuja: Society for Peace Studies and Practice, 2015, p. 145 - 155 [OPC, Yoruba Nationalism, Gani Adams, Insurgency and Knowledge transformation].

  • Aderemi Suleiman Ajala: Yoruba Nationalism and the Dynamics of Political Leadership in Southwestern Nigeria. In: Government and Leadership in Nigeria: Prospects and Challenges.. (Ed. Adekunle, J.O and A.O Nwauwa) New Jersey: Goldline and Jacobs Publishing Coy, 2016, p. 203 - 216 [Yoruba Nationalism, Political Leadership, Obafemi Awolowo, Dynamics in Southwestern Nigeria.].

  • Aderemi Suleiman Ajala and Adejumo Prisca Olubisi: VIH/sida, panico e economia moral du cuidado entre os Yoruba do sudoeste da Nigeria. In: Planeta Sida: Diversidade, Politicas e respostas Sociais.. (Ed. Octavio Sacremento and Fernando Bessa Ribeiro.) V.N Famalicao: Edicoes Humus, 2016, p. 105 - 126 Original author: Octavio Sacramento and Fernando Bessa Ribeiro (English) [VIH/sida, moral du cuidado, Yoruba, Sudoeste da Nigeria.].

  • Aderemi Suleiman Ajala and Insa Nolte: Ambivalence and Transgression in the Practice of Sango. In: Beyond Religious Tolerance: Muslim, Christain and Traditionalist Encounters in an African Town.. (Ed. Insa Nolte, Olukoya Ogen and Rebecca Jones) United Kingdom: James Curry, 2016, p. 57 - 74 [Sango Worship, Ambivalence, Transgression, Ede, Southwestern Nigeria.].

  • Aderemi,S. Ajala; M.A Sonibare; I.T Gbadamosi; S.K Olaleye; O Odeku; A.O, Adegoke and A.G, Adejumo: (2019) “Validation of Ewefa as Herbal Recipes for Reproductive Health Problems (RHPs) among the Yoruba of South-western Nigeria”. In: Advances in Pharmacology and Clinical Trials.. 4(4), 2019, p. 1 - 15 [Ethno-botanical survey; Reproductive Health; Traditional Knowledge; Ewe'fa; Herbal Remedies; Southwestern Nigeria.].

  • Ajala, A.S and N.A Wilson : Local Aetiology and Pathways to Care in Malaria among the Ibibio of South-coastal Nigeria. In: Health,Culture and Society,. 14(1), 2013, p. 80- - 91 [Ibibio, Malaria, Cultural Aetiology, pathway to healing, South-south Nigeria].

Botta, Dr. Giacomo

University of Helsinki, Finland
Field of research: Cultural studies
Host: Dr. Michael Fischer Deutsches Volksliedarchiv
  • Giacomo Bottà: Articulating Punk in an Industrial City: Turin and the Collettivo Punx Anarchici in the early 1980s. In: United Academics Journal of Social Sciences. 2, 12, 2012, p. 8 - 32 [popular culture, industrial city, punk, popular music, economic crisis, deindustrialization, subcultures].

  • Giacomo Bottà: Dancing to Architecture: Popular Music, Economic Crisis and Urban Change in 1980s Industrial Europe. In: Serbian Architectural Journal. 1, 2012, [industrial city, Turin, Tampere, DIY, popular music, creativity, innovation, punk].

  • Dr. Giacomo Botta (Hg.): Unischtbare Landschaften: Populäre Musik und Räumlichkeit / Invisible Landscapes: Popular Music and Spatiality. Münster: Waxmann, 2016, [popular music, cultural studies, spatiality, places, invisible heritage, European cultures, cultural geography, soundscapes, urban cultures].

  • Geoff Stahl (ed.) Giacomo Bottà (ed.): Nocturnes Popular Music and the Night. New York: Palgrave, 2019, 280 pp. [night, popular music, city].

  • Giacomo Bottà: Trying to find a clue, trying to find a way to get out! The European Imaginary of Joy Division. In: Heart and Soul: Critical Essays on Joy Division. (Ed. Martin Power Eoin Devereux Aileen Dillane) London and New York: Rowman and Littlefield International, 2018, p. 33 - 46 [Joy Division, Europe, Popular Music].

  • Giacomo Bottà Ferruccio Quercetti: Brigade Rosse: The Clash, Bologna and Italian Punx. In: Working for the clampdown: The Clash, the dawn of neoliberalism and the political promise of punk. (Ed. Colin Coulter) Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2019, p. 209 - 222 [The Clash, Bologna, Popular Music].

Dziuban, Dr. Zuzanna

Wiener Wiesenthal Institut für Holocaust-Studien (VWI), Austria
Field of research: Cultural studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Aleida Assmann Universität Konstanz
  • Zuzanna Dziuban: Polish Landscapes of Memory at the Sites of Extermination: The Politics of Framing. In: Space and the Memories of Violence: Landscapes of Erasure, Disappearance and Exception. (Ed. Estela Schindel, Pamela Colombo) London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, p. 34 - 47 [landscapes of memory, framing, grievability, Holocaust ].

  • Zuzanna Dziuban: Memory as Haunting. In: Hagar: Studies in Culture, Polity and Identities. 12, 2014, p. 111 - 135 [figure of ghost, haunting, hegemony, memory, Polish-Jewish relations].

Liszka, Dr. habil. Jozsef

University of J. Selyeho, Slovakia
Field of research: Cultural, social anthropology (ethnology)
Host: Prof. Dr. Walter Hartinger Universität Passau
  • József Liszka: Die Erforschung sakraler Kleindenkmäler in der ungarischen Ethnologie. Ergebnisse und Perspektiven. In: Jahrbuch für Europäische Ethnologie. 8, 2013, p. 55 - 84.

  • József Liszka: Thoughts about the „Bratislava ethnic model”. In: Tolerance and Education in Multicultural Societies. (Ed. Werner Wiater, Doris Manschke ) Frankfurt am Main : Peter Lang GmbH. Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, 2011, p. 95 - 108.

  • József Liszka: Die Ikonographie der Allerheiligsten Dreifaltigkeit bei den sakralen Kleindenkmälern im slowakischen Teil der Kleinen Tiefebene. In: Passauer Jahrbuch . 57, 2015, p. 203 - 218.

  • József Liszka: „Es war doch einmal eine Zeit…” Betrachtungen über friedliches oder weniger friedliches Zusammenleben der Ungarn, Deutschen und Slowaken. Historisch-ethnologische Beispiele aus dem Gebiet der heutigen Südwestslowakei. In: Diversität und Konflikt im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. . (Ed. Gerhard Seewann) Regensburg: Verlag Pustet , 2019, p. 37 - 59 [Slowakei, Deutsche, Ungarn, Slowaken, interethnische Beziehungen, Europäische Ethnologie].

Lukacs, Prof. Dr. Laszlo

Szent Istvan Kiraly Muzeum, Hungary
Field of research: Folkore studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Michael Prosser-Schell Institut für Volkskunde der Deutschen des östlichen Europa (IVDE)
  • Laszlo Lukacs: Emléktöredékek Gunda Béláról. Gunda Béla és Lukács László írásai. Erinnerungsfragmente über Béla Gunda. Schriften von Béla Gunda und László Lukács. Székesfehérvár: König Sankt Stephan Museum, 2011, 84 pp. [Volkskunde, Ungarn, Siebenbürgen, Universität Klausenburg, Universität Debrecen, Debrecener Volkskundliche Schule, ].

  • Laszlo Lukacs: Néprajzi látásmód az ezredfordulón. [Volkskundliche Sichtweise an der Jahrtausendwende]. Székesfehérvár: König Sankt Stephan Museum, 2011, 234 pp. [Volkskundliche Feldforschungen, Ungarn, Siebenbürgen, Moldau, Slowakei, im Anziehungsfeld von Österreich und Deutschland, Vorgenger, Vorbilder, Berufsgenossen, Freunde, in der mitteleuropäischen Volkskunde].

  • Laszlo Lukacs: Tárgyak, életformák, népszokások. Tematikus néprajzi tanulmányok. [Objekte, Lebensformen, Volksbräuche. Thematische Volkskundliche Abhandlungen]. Székesfehérvár: König Sankt Stephan Museum, 2012, 452 pp. [Dorfgemeinschaft, Dorftor, Höfe, Feuerstätten, Hirtentruhen, Wagendrusch, Maishobel, Taschenmesser, Lastentragen, Weinhüten, Glockenklänge, Adventskranz, Luzienbräuche, Weihnachtsbaum, Hl. Sebastian, Urban, Donatus, Hühnerschlagen, Hahnenschlagen].

  • Laszlo Lukacs: Ezer év gyöngye. A magyar történeti néphagyomány köréből. [Perle von tausend Jahren. Aus dem Themenkreis ungarischer historischer Volksüberlieferung]. Székesfehérvár: König Sankt Stephan Museum, 2013, 328 pp. [Historische Sagen, Ungarische Landnahme, König Sankt Stephan, König Mathias-Corvinus, wandernde Kirchen, Dichter Csokonai, Dichter Vörösmarty, denkwürdige Tage 1848-49, Lajos Kossuth Reichsverweser in der Volkstradition, ].

  • Laszlo Lukacs: Das Hühnerschlagen in Moha und andere traditionelle Faschingsumzüge in Westungarn. In: Ungarn-Jahrbuch . 30., 2011, p. 119 - 157 [Faschingsbräuche, Faschingdienstag, Aschermittwoch, Faschingsnarren, Eiersammeln, ].

  • Laszlo Lukacs: Befunde und Belege zur Verbreitung des Christbaums im Karpatenbecken. In: Szenische Gestaltungen christlicher Feste. Beiträge aus dem Karpatenbecken und aus Deutschland. . (Ed. Michael Prosser-Schell) Münster – New York – München – Berlin: Waxmann Verlag, 2011, p. 29 - 60 [Vorläufer des Christbaumes im Karpatenbecken, hängender Christbaum, stehender Christbaum, Kulturgeschichte des Christbaumes in Ungarn].

  • Laszlo Lukacs: A Freiburgi Egyetem új néprajzprofesszora. [Der neue Volkskundeprofessor and der Universität Freiburg]. In: Néprajzi Hírek . 32, 2010, p. 24 - 25 [Prof. Dr. Michael Prosser, Leben und Wirken].

  • Laszlo Lukacs: Die Auswirkungen des Humboldt-Stipendiums auf meine volkskundliche Forschungsarbeit und fachlichen Kontakte. In: Tagungsband Humboldt-Kolloquim „Wissenschaftskooperation im Europa des 21. Jahrhunderts-Herausforderungen für das Humboldt-Netzwerk in Mittel- und Südosteuropa. Bonn: Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung, 2011, p. 173 - 176 [Humboldt-Forschungsstipendium, Deutschland, Universität München, Universität Freiburg, ].

  • Laszlo Lukacs: Der Christbaum in den oberrheinischen Städten des 16./17. Jahrhunderts. In: Acta Ethnographica Hungarica - Separatum. Budapest, Ungarn: Akadémiai Kiadó, 2014, p. 337 - 349.

  • Laszlo Lukacs: Szent Vendel tiszteletéröl Somogyban The cult of Saint Wendelin in Somogy County. In: A Kaposvári Rippl-Rónai Múzeum Közleményei. Székesfehérvár, Hungaria: Kaposvár, 2014, p. 235 - 246.

  • Laszlo Lukacs: Határjelek és Hagyásfák - A hetvenedik életévébe lépö Bárth János tiszteletére írott tanulmányok. In: Die Verehrung des Sankt Wendelin in der Diözese von Székesfehérvár, Kiadja a Türr István Múzeum. 2014, p. 656 - 672.

  • Prof. Dr. Laszlo Lukacs: Beschütze unser Obst unsere Weinreben vor Eis, Plagen... Die Verehrung des Heiligen Donatus. In: Acta Ethnographica Hungarica . 58, 2013, p. 329 - 346 [Heiligen Verehrung, Donatus, Weinbau].

  • Prof. Dr. Laszlo Lukacs: Der Kult des Heiligen Sebastian in Mittel-Transdanubien. In: Ungarn-Jahrbuch. 31, 2014, p. 433 - 454 [Heiligen Verehrung, Sebastian, Pestseuche].

  • Prof. Dr. Laszlo Lukacs: Szép karácsony szép zöld fája... A karácsonyfa története és elterjedése Európában, a Kárpát-medencében. [Der schöne grüne Baum der schönen Weihnacht... Die Geschichte des Christbaumes - seine Verbreitung in Europa und in Karpatenbecken.]. Székesfehérvár: König Sankt Stephan Museum, 2015, 416 pp. [Weihnachten, Verbreitung des Christbaumes, Kulturgeschichtliche Quellen].

  • Prof. Dr. Laszlo Lukacs: Oberhirt Sankt Wendelin, Patron des Viehes. In: Alba Regia. 43, 2015, p. 285 - 327 [Heiligen Verehrung, Wendelin, Viehzucht].

  • Laszlo Lukacs: Objekte, Lebensformen, Volksbräuche Thematische volkskundliche Abhandlung. Szekesfehervar (Stuhlweissenburg), Ungarn: König Sankt Stephan Museum, 2016, 590 pp.

  • Laszlo Lukas: Oberhirt Sankt Wendelin, Patron des Viehs - Zur Verehrung von Bekenner Sankt Wendelin in Deutschland und Ungarn. Stuhlweißenburg, Ungarn: König Sankt Stephan Museum, 2018, 287 pp.

  • Laszlo Lukacs: Die Verbreitung des Chistbaumes im Karpatenbecken. In: Alba Regia - Separatum, Annales Musei Stephani Regis. 45, 2017, p. 409 - 442.

  • Laszlo Lukacs: Christbaum der Irrungen. In: Ungarn Jahrbuch, Zeitschrift f. interdisziplinäre Hungarologie. 32, 2016, p. 277 - 292.

  • Laszlo Lukacs: Über vergessene Bücher. In: Ungarn Jahrbuch, Zeitschrift f. interdisziplinäre Hungarologie. 33, 2018, p. 283 - 290.

  • Lukács László: 250 éve született Alexander von Humboldt. In: Honismeret, Reguly Antal 200. 4, 2019, p. 3 - 16.

Mark, Prof. Dr. Peter A.

Wesleyan University, United States of America
Field of research: Black African anthropology
Host: Prof. Dr. Mamadou Diawara Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
  • Peter Mark, José da Silva Horta: The Forgotten Diaspora: Jewish Communities in West Africa and the Creation of the Atlantic World. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013, [West Africa, History, Sephardic History, Jewish Diaspora, ivory carving].

  • Peter Mark, Peter Mark Helman, and Penny Snyder: The Mountains in Art History. Middletown,CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2017, [Art History mountains landscape Romantic landscape].

Mencej, Prof. Dr. Mirjam

University of Ljubljana, Germany
Field of research: Folklore studies
Host: Dr. Ulf Brunnbauer Leibniz-Institut für Ost- und Südosteuropaforschung (IOS)
  • Mirjam Mencej: Symbolism of circular movement in European traditional culture. Ljubljana: Universität Ljubljana, 2013, 232 pp.

  • Prof. Dr. Mirjam Mencej: Security Guards as Participants in and Mediators of a Ghost Tradition. In: Fabula. 56, 2015, p. 40 - 66.

  • Prof. Dr. Mirjam Mencej: Unwitching - The Social and Magical Practice in Traditional European Communities. In: Western Folklore . 74, 2015, p. 115 - 159.

  • Prof. Dr. Mirjam Mencej: Origins of Witchcraft Accusations. In: Studia Mythologica Slavica. 18, 2015, p. 111 - 130 [witchcraft, social context].

  • Prof. Dr. Mirjam Mencej: The Symbolism of the Directions of Circular Movement. In: Za etnologijata: bezbroj pragovi sme preminale (Collection of articles dedicated to 40 years of scientific and research work of Professor Aneta Svetieva).. (Ed. Ljupčo S. Risteski, Ana Aštalkovska Gajtanoska, eds.) Skopje:: Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Faculty of Mathematics, University St. Cyril and Methodius, Macedonia. , 2014, p. 199 - 222 [rituals, symbolic anthropology].

  • Prof. Dr. Mirjam Mencej: Envie et sorcellerie dans la Slovénie rurale. In: Ethnologie française . 42, 2, 2012, p. 213 - 223 [witchcraft, social context].

  • Mirjam Mencej: Spaces of passage into supernatural time. In: Tautos. darbai . 38, 2012, p. 30 - 48 [time, folklore].

  • Mirjam Mencej: Connecting Threads. In: Folklore (Tartu, Online). 48, 2011, p. 55 - 84 [symbolism, spinning, thread, wool, folklore, legends].

  • Mirjam Mencej: Styrian Witches in European Perspective - Ethnographic Fieldwork. London: Palgrave Macmillan/Springer Nature, 2017, 454 pp.

Moreno-Yanez, Prof. Dr. Segundo E.

Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Ecuador, Ecuador
Field of research: Central and South American anthropology
Host: Prof. Dr. Thomas Schreijäck Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
  • Segundo E. Moreno-Yanez: Humboldt y la Emancipación de Hispanoamérica. In: Humboldt y la Emancipación de Hispanoamérica. (Ed. Segundo E. Moreno-Yanez) Quito: Edipuce, 2011, p. 17 - 32.

Omidire, Prof. Dr. Felix Ayoh

Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria
Field of research: Cultural studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Susanne Gehrmann Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Felix Ayoh Omidire & Tunde Babawale: Multiculturalismo, desenvolvimento e a luta pela plena cidadania das populações afrodescendentes na América Latina e no Caribe. Lagos: Concept Publications Limited, 2012, 382 pp. [Afro-Brazilian and Latin-American Identity, Etnic and Racial Discourse in Latin America and the Caribbean, African Diaspora Religions. ].

  • Felix Ayoh Omidire: Mestiçagem e o discurso identitário em Angola e no Brasil: uma análise do romance Mayombe de Pepetela e da música "Sou realista"do rapista Afroman Yannick. In: África: Dinâmicas culturais e literários. (Ed. Maria Nazareth Soares Fonseca & Maria Zilda Ferreira Cury) Belo Horizonte - MG, Brasil: Editora PUC MINAS, 2012, p. 273 - 298 [Mestiçagem, miscegenation, racial and cultural identity, race and color discourse. ].

  • Felix Ayoh Omidire: Ventriloquism or the Dilemma of a Culture Translator: Re-Translating Mestre Didi's Nagô-Afro-Brazilian Tales into Yoruba. In: Politics, Culture and Development in Nigeria. (Ed. Akin Alao) Lagos: Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization, 2011, p. 185 - 201 [Afro-Brazilian Identity. Yoruba Diaspora in Brazil, Afro-Brazilian Literature, Afro-Brazilian Religious Tradition, Cultural Translation].

  • Felix Ayoh Omidire: La identidad frente al poder: La asimetría ritual de Yemayá en África y América Latina. In: Historias enredadas: Representaciones asimétricas con vista al Atlântico. (Ed. Ineke Phaf-Rheinberger) Berlin: edición tranvía - Verlag Walter Frey, 2011, p. 145 - 165 [Yoruba religious culture, Afro-Latin-American Religion, Yemayá, African Identity in Latin America and the Caribbean, Afro-Catholic and Yoruba Religious Syncretism. ].

  • Felix Ayoh Omidire & Alcione M. Amos: O babalaô fala: a autobiografia de Martiniano Eliseu do Bomfim. In: Afro-Ásia: Journal of the Centro de Estudos Afro-Orientais – CEAO/UFBA, Salvador - BA, Brazil . 46, 2012, p. 229 - 261 [Nagô/Yoruba Identity in Bahia, 19th and 20th Century Afro-Brazilian Religious, Cultural and Ethnic History. Aguda (Afro-Brazilian) Returnees in West Africa. 20th Century Lagos and Yoruba Identity. ].

  • Rodolfo Alpízar Castillo. : Peregun y otras fabulaciones de mi tierra. . La Habana, Cuba: Editorial Arte y Literatura, 2015, 225 pp. [Yoruba Identity, Folklore and Folktales, Afro-Latin-American Cultural Identity and Religiosity. Yoruba Diaspora, culture and Civilization.].

Rajtar, Dr. Malgorzata

Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
Field of research: Cultural, social anthropology (ethnology)
Host: Prof. Dr. Hansjörg Dilger Freie Universität Berlin
  • Malgorzata Rajtar: Health care reform and Diagnosis Related Groups in Germany: The mediating role of Hospital Liaison Committees for Jehovah’s Witnesses. In: Social Science & Medicine. 166, 2016, p. 57 - 65 [Germany, health care policy, Jehovah's Witnesses, Diagnosis Related Groups, Blood, Judicialization of politics].

  • Malgorzata Rajtar: Religion und Geschlecht bei den Zeugen Jehovas in (Ost-) Deutschland. In: Religionen und Geschlechterordnungen. (Ed. Kornelia Sammet, Friederike Benthaus, Christel Gärtner) Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2017, p. 179 - 195 [Religion, Geschlecht, Zeugen Jehovas, Deutschland, Emotion, Familie].

  • Malgorzata Rajtar: Refusing Blood, Establishing Relational Biocitizenship: Collectivizing Moments among Jehovah’s Witnesses in Germany. In: Medizinethnologie. Körper, Gesundheit und Heilung in einer globalisierten Welt. April 4, 2017, p. 1 - 9 [Biomedicine, blood, health system, body, public health, religion].

  • Malgorzata Rajtar: Jehovah's Witness patients within the German medical landscape. In: Anthropology & Medicine. 23(2), 2016, p. 172 - 187 [Biomedicine, medical pluralism, blood, Jehovah's Witnesses, religion].

  • Malgorzata Rajtar: Krew jako ciało „obce” i „indywidualne”. Krew i biotożsamość na przykładzie Świadków Jehowy w Niemczech [BLOOD AS AN ‘ALIEN’ AND ‘INDIVIDUAL’ BODY: BLOOD AND BIOIDENTITY AND JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES IN GERMANY]. In: Etnografia Polska [Polish Ethnography]. 58(1-2), 2014, p. 101 - 116 [Blood, Identity, Medicine, Jehovah's Witnesses, Germany].

  • Malgorzata Rajtar: Bioethics and religious bodies. Refusal of blood transfusions in Germany. In: Social Science & Medicine. 98, 2013, p. 271 - 277 [Germany, Bioethics, Autonomy, Blood Transfusion, Jehovah's Witnesses].

  • Malgorzata Rajtar: Serce i krew. Rodziny świadków Jehowy wobec zespołu Downa [Blood and the Heart. Jehovah’s Witness Families and Down Syndrome]. In: Etnografie biomedycyny [Ethnographies of Biomedicine]. (Ed. Magdalena Radkowska-Walkowicz, Hubert Wiercinski) Warsaw: Warsaw University Press, 2014, p. 259 - 275 [Blood, Down Syndrome, Jehovah's Witnesses, Germany, Refusal of Blood Transfusion].

Rivera Andia, Dr. Juan Javier

Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Peru
Field of research: Cultural anthropology
Host: Prof. Dr. Karoline Noack Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • Juan Javier Rivera Andia, Alejandro Vivanco: Una etnografía olvidada en los Andes. El Valle del Chancay (Perú) en 1963. Madrid: CSIC, 2012, 344 pp. [Anthropology, Andes, Ethnomusicology, Cultural Studies, Ethnographic Archives].

  • Juan Javier Rivera Andia: “Olivia Cadaval”. In: Celebrating Latino Folklore: An Encyclopedia of Cultural Traditions. [3 volumes]. (Ed. Herrera-Sobek, Maria) California, USA: ABC-CLIO, 2012, p. 187 - 190 [Folklore].

  • Juan Javier Rivera Andia: “John the Bear”. In: Celebrating Latino Folklore: An Encyclopedia of Cultural Traditions. [3 volumes] . (Ed. Herrera-Sobek, Maria (ed.): ) California, USA: ABC-CLIO, 2012, p. 635 - 637 [Folklore].

  • Juan Javier Rivera Andia: An Ethnographic Enigma in the Northern Peruvian Andes. Notes on an Indigenous Aerophone played only by Women (Original Title: “Un enigma etnográfico de los andes septentrionales del Perú. Notas sobre un aerófono indígena tañido sólo por mujeres”. In: Indiana. No. 29. . 29, 2012, p. 140 - 165 [Ethnomusicology].

  • Juan Javier Rivera Andia: On the movemenst of a Bird… The “dance of the Partridge” in the Andean Cattle Branding Rituals. (Original title: “A partir de los movimientos de un pájaro…La «danza de la perdiz» en los rituales ganaderos de los Andes peruanos”). In: Revista Española de Antropología Americana. . 42, 2012, p. 169 - 185 [Ethnology of America].

  • Juan Javier Rivera Andia: “Art, Nature, and Religion in the Central Andes. Themes and Variations from Prehistory to the Present”. (Review of the book published by Strong, Mary). In: Anthropos . 108, 2013, p. 368 - 370.

  • Juan Javier Rivera Andia: “Antropologías del miedo: vampiros, sacamantecas, locos, enterrados vivos y otras pesadillas de la razón”. (Review of the book edited by Fernández Juárez, Gerardo and Pedrosa, José Manuel). In: Perspectivas Latinoamericanas. . 31, 2012, p. 123 - 130.

  • Juan Javier Rivera Andia: “Ritual and Remembrance in the Ecuadorian Andes” (Review of the book by Rachel Corr). In: Journal de la Société des Américanistes . 98, 2012, p. 248 - 255.

  • Juan Javier Rivera Andia: Un documento etnográfico como obra de arte. Reflexiones acerca de la organización interna del Quadro de Historia Natural, Civil y Geográfica del Reyno del Perú de Ignacio Lecuanda. In: Anales del Museo de América. 21, 2014, p. 28 - 41 [Peru, Visual Anthropology, Ignacio de Lecuanda, Martínez Compañón, Viceregal painting, Art history.].

  • Juan Javier Rivera Andia: La vaquerita y su canto. Canciones rituales ganaderos en los Andes peruanos contemporáneos. Buenos Aires: Colección Ethnographica, 2016, 192 pp. [Andes, Peru, Indigenous peoples, Ritual, Ethnomusicology].

Rumyansev, Dr. Sergey

Imagine Center for Conflict Transformation, Georgia
Field of research: Cultural, social anthropology (ethnology)
Host: Prof. Dr. Thorsten Bonacker Philipps-Universität Marburg
  • Sergey Rumyansev: Post-Soviet Nation State as a Sponsor of Construction of the Ethno-National Diaspora: Azeri's Case. In: REMI. (26) 3 pp., 2010, p. 111 - 131.

Stöber, Dr. Georg

Georg-Eckert-Institut - Leibniz-Institut für internationale Schulbuchforschung (GEI), Germany
Field of research: Cultural, social anthropology (ethnology)

  • Basabi Khan Banerjee, Georg Stöber: Living in Harmony? ‘Casteism’, Communalism and Regionalism in Indian Social Science Textbooks. In: Journal of Educational Media, Memory and Society. 6 (2), 2014, p. 42 - 86 [School textbooks social science education identity politics conflicts India].

  • Muhammad Ayaz Naseeem, Georg Stöber: Textbooks, Identity Politics, and Lines of Conflicts in South Asia. In: Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society . 6 (2), 2014, p. 1 - 9 [Social science education school textbooks identity politics South Asia].

  • Muhammad Ayaz Naseem: Education and Gendered Citizenship in Pakistan. New York: Palgrave-McMillan, 2010, [Education school textbooks gender Pakistan].

  • Deepa Nair: Textbook Conflicts in South Asia: Politics of Memory and National Identity. In: Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society. 2 (2), 2010, p. 29 - 45 [School textbooks memory politics history identity India].

  • Muhammad Ayaz Naseem, Ratna Ghosh: Construction of the ‘Other’ in History Textbooks in India and Pakistan. In: Interculturalism, Society and Education. (Ed. G. Pampanini, F. Adly, D.B. Napier) Rotterdam, Boston, Taipei: Sense, 2010, p. 37 - 44 [School textbooks history India Pakistan].

  • Muhammad Ayaz Naseem: Deconstructing Militarism in Pakistani Textbooks. In: Journal of Educationl Media, Memory, and Society. 6 (2), 2014, p. 10 - 23 [school textbooks citizenship education discourse militarization Pakistan].

Tokarska-Bakir, Prof. Dr. Joanna S.

University of Warsaw, Poland
Field of research: Cultural, social anthropology (ethnology)
Host: Prof. Dr. Reiner Wiehl Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
  • Joanna TOKARSKA-BAKIR: Pod klątwą. Społeczny portret pogromu kieleckiego [Under curse. The social portrait of the Kielce pogrom], 2 vols. Warszawa: Czarna Owca, 2018, 800+700 pp. [Kielce pogrom, July 4, 1946].

  • Joanna Tokarska-Bakir: Pogrom Cries. Essays on Polish-Jewish History, 1939-1946. Frankfut am Main: Peter Lang Gmbh, 2017, 450 pp. [the Holocaust in Poland and its aftermath].

Tuchkova, Dr. habil. Natalia

Tomsk State Pedagogical University, Russian Federation
Field of research: Folklore studies
Host: Prof. Dr. Beata Wagner-Nagy Universität Hamburg
  • Natalia Tuchkova, Eugen Helimski: O materialah A. I. Kuz'minoj po sel'kupskomu jazyku // Ueber die selkupischen Sprachmaterialien von Angelina I. Kuz'mina. Hamburg: Institut für Finnougristik der Universität Hamburg, 2010, 136 pp. [language documentation, Selkup].