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Bibliographia Humboldtiana

III. Publications by Research Awardees

History

Almagro-Gorbea, Prof. Dr. Martin

Real Academia de la Historia, Spain
Field of research: Prehistory and early history
Host: Prof. Dr. Otto-Hermann Frey Philipps-Universität Marburg
  • Martin Almagro-Gorbea: La arqueologia en la politica cultural de la Corona de Espana en el siglo XVII. In: De Pompeya Al Nuevo Mundo. (Ed. Martin Almagro-Gorbea, Jorge Maier Allende) Madrid: Real Academia De la Historia, Partrimonio Nacional, 2012, p. 15 - 32.

  • Martin Almagro-Gorbea, Sandra Rebok, Miguel Angel Puig-Samper: Wilhelm y Alexander von Humboldt y la anticuaria hispana de la Ilustracion. In: De Pompeya Al Nuevo Mundo. (Ed. Matin Almagro-Gorbea, Jorge Maier Allende) Madrid: Real Academia De La Historia, Patrimonio Nacional, 2012, p. 281 - 298.

Hodenberg, Prof. Dr. Christina

University of London, United Kingdom
Field of research: Contemporary history
Host: Prof. Dr. Patrick Wagner Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
  • Prof. Dr. Christina Hodenberg: Square-Eyed Farmers and Gloomy Ethnographers: The Advent of Television in the West German Village. In: Journal of Contemporary History. 2015, [Contemporary History - rural society - television viewing - ethnography].

  • Prof. Dr. Christina Hodenberg: Television’s Moment: Sitcom Audiences and the Sixties Cultural Revolution. Oxford/ New York: Berghahn Books, 2015, [Contemporary History - Television - value change - situation comedies - audience research].

  • Prof. Dr. Christina Hodenberg: Wie westlich war das bundesdeutsche Fernsehen? Die Produktion und Rezeption von Unterhaltungsserien im Dreiländervergleich. In: Wo liegt die Bundesrepublik? . (Ed. Sonja Levsen, Cornelius Torp, eds.) 2016, [contemporary history - comparative history - television - Federal Republic of Germany - Westernisation].

Nosch, Prof. Dr. Marie Louise Bech

University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Field of research: Ancient history

  • Marie Louise Bech Nosch: The Mycenaean administration of textile production in the palace of Knossos: observations on the Lc(1) textile targets. In: American Journal of Archaeology . 115.4, 2011, p. 495 - 505.

  • Marie Louise Bech Nosch: Methodological considerations regarding the parameters for the classification of the Knossos Od Tablets. In: Pasiphae. X, 2011, p. 29 - 37.

  • Catherine Breniquet, Margareta Tengberg, Eva Andersson Strand , Marie Louise Bech Nosch (eds): Préhistoire des Textiles au Proche-Orient/ Prehistory of Textiles in the Near East. Paléorient 38.1-2 – 2012 Pluridisciplinaire Review of Prehistory and Protohistory of Southwestern and Central Asia. Paris: CNRS edition, 2012.

  • Christian Bergfjord, Ulla Mannering, Karin M. Frei, Margarita Gleba, Anne. B. Scharff, Irene Skals, Jan Heinemeier, Marie Louise Bech Nosch, Bodil Holst: Nettle as a distinct Bronze Age textile plant. In: Scientific Reports . 2, 2012, p. 664.

  • Richard Firth, Marie Louise Bech Nosch: Spinning and Weaving Wool in Ur III Administrative Texts. In: Journal of Cuneiform Studies . 64, 2012, p. 67 - 84.

  • Marie Louise Bech Nosch: Den mykenske tekstilproduktion i paladsøkonomien 1400-1200 f.v.t. In: Sfinx. 35, 1, 2012, p. 9 - 12.

  • Marie Louise Bech Nosch (ed): Wearing the Cloak: Dressing the Soldier in Roman Times, Ancient Textiles Series 10. Oxford: Oxbow, 2011.

Retallack, Prof. Dr. James N.

University of Toronto, Canada
Field of research: German history
Host: Prof. Dr. Ute Planert Bergische Universität Wuppertal
  • James N. Retallack: Imperial Germany 1871-1918. The Short Oxford History of Germany. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, 2008, 328 pp. [Kaiserreich, historiography, teaching, Bismarck, Wilhelm II, economy, society, politics, culture, gender, nationalism, militarism, First World War, transnationalism, religion, bourgeoisie, democratization, political culture, authoritarianism, regionalism,].

  • David Blackbourn, James N. Retallack: Localism, Landscape, and the Ambiguities of Place: Germany-Speaking Central Europe, 1860-1930. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007, 278 pp. [Kaiserreich, localism, regionalism, nationalism, identity, landscape, spatial turn, Austria, Saxony, environment, transnationalism,].

  • James Retallack: Germany's Second Reich: Portraits and Pathways. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2015, 347 pp. [History Germany Kaiserreich Elections State Suffrage Saxony Conservatism Biography Socialism ].

Vanderputten, Prof. Dr. Steven

Ghent University, Belgium
Field of research: Medieval history
Host: Prof. Dr. Gert Melville Technische Universität Dresden
  • Steven Vanderputten: Monastic Reform as Process. Realities and Representations in Medieval Flanders, 900-1100. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2013, [medieval history, social and cultural history, monastic history, religious history.].

  • Steven Vanderputten: Reform, Conflict, and the Shaping of Corporate Identities. Collected Studies on Benedictine Monasticism, 1050–1150. Berlin-Münster-Wien-Zürich-London: LIT Verlag, 2013, [Medieval history].

  • Steven Vanderputten: Monastic reform, abbatial leadership and the instrumentation of Cluniac discipline in the early twelfth-century Low Countries. In: Revue Mabillon. 23, 2012, p. 41 - 65 [medieval history].

  • Steven Vanderputten: Death as a Symbolic Arena: Abbatial Leadership, Episcopal Authority and the 'Ostentatious Death' of Richard of Saint-Vanne (d. 1046). In: Viator. 44, 2013, p. 29 - 48 [medieval history].

  • Steven Vanderputten, Tjamke Snijders: From Scandal to Monastic Penance: A Reconciliatory Manuscript from the Early Twelfth-Century Abbey of St. Laurent in Liège. In: Church History. 83, 2013, p. 523 - 553 [medieval history].

  • Steven Vanderputten: Crossing Boundaries: Connecting with Secular Society in the Late Eleventh and Early Twelfth Centuries. In: Die Ordnung der Kommunikation und die Kommunikation der Ordnungen. Band 1. Netzwerke: Klöster und Orden im Europa des 12. und 13. Jahrhunderts. (Ed. C. Andenna, K. Herbers and G. Melville) Stuttgart, 2012, p. 243 - 252 [medieval history].