Tuesday, October 30, 2007

PUBL.- Zeitschrift für Weltgeschichte Issue on Transculturation

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PUBL.- Zeitschrift für Weltgeschichte Issue on Transculturation

Posted by: Hans-Heinrich Nolte <CNolteVGWS@aol.com>

Dear Colleagues,

Allow me to draw your attention to Volume 8.2 of the Journal
Zeitschrift für Weltgeschichte:

Special editors of the volume are Ulrike Schmieder (Hannover) und
Michael Zeuske (Cologne). The volume is focused on "Transkulturation
und Wissen", taking as a starting point the concept "transculturación"
developed by Fernando Ortiz, which lately has been discussed as
heuristic model for the study of transformations. The contributions
are on India and Europe, Russia and the West, Latin-America and the
conquista, gender and studies in humanities in the 18th century, and
Sephardim in the Caribbean.


Nachruf auf Samson Madievski

Gita Dharampal-Frick (Heidelberg): Zur Problematik von
Transkulturation und Wissenstransfer zwischen Europa und Indien

Hans-Heinrich Nolte (Barsinghausen): Was waren Bauern? Erinnerungen an
einen west-östlichen Diskurs und eine (begriffsgeschichtlich
einsetzende) Katastrophe

Alfonso de Toro (Leipzig): The conquest writes back. Überlegungen zu
hybrider Repräsentation und Inszenierungen von Andersheit und
Altatrität im Spiegel der neueren und neuesten Forschung

Ulrike Schmieder (Hannover): Transkulturation und gender: Stereotypen
von masculinity im europäischen Wissenschaftsdiskurs des 18.
Jahrhunderts über Lateinamerika

Christian Cwik (Wien): Neuchristen und Sepharden als cultural broker
im karibischen Raum (1500 1700)

Rezensionen: S. Hahn u.a. Hg.: Ausweisung, Abschiebung, Vertreibung in
Eu-ropa Ch. Bayly: Die Geburt der modernen Welt P. R. Gleichmann:
Soziologie als Synthese K. Pätzold: Nürnbergg Briefe sowjetischer
Kriegsgefangener


Bibliographische Notizen: Welt Internatioonale Beziehungen Okkupation
Holocaust, Genozide Mig Migration Ostasien/China
Osteuropa/Zentralasien Europa Historiographie Didaktik

Verlag Meidenbauer: www.m-verlag.net


Professor Dr. Hans-Heinrich Nolte,
Email: CNolteVGWS@aol.com.,
Bullerbachstr.12, D - 30890 Barsinghausen
Universitätsprofessor Osteuropäische Geschichte Universität Hannover
i. R., Lehrbeauftragter für Globalgeschichte, Universität Wien, 2007-10-22

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