Die Publikation präsentiert den kürzesten und kompaktesten Text der Vision einer Jenseitsreise des Hochmittelalters. Sie wurde im 12. Jahrhundert von einem Mönch aus Lüttich erstellt und zeichnet mit minimalistischen Mitteln ein eigenwilliges Bild von Himmel, Fegefeuer und Hölle. Der Text ist didaktisch angelegt zur Belehrung des Visionärs selbst, aber auch seiner Mitbrüder, und soll weiterhin in einer Schachtelvision die Bauern des Klostergutes ansprechen. Der Text ist in drei Handschriften aus dem 15. Jahrhundert aus Klöstern des heutigen Belgien erhalten geblieben. Dieses Buch beinhaltet die erstmalig erstellte kritische Edition mit einer Übersetzung und einem ausführlichen Kommentar.
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Die Schlacht um Lemberg 1918
Das Buch ist dem polnisch-ukrainischen Konflikt um Lemberg gewidmet. Im Herbst 1918 wurde klar, dass es in den ethnisch gemischten polnisch-ukrainischen Gebieten zu einer Konfrontation zwischen den beiden Bevölkerungsgruppen kommen würde. Beide Nationen wollten die strittigen Territorien in ihre eigenen Staaten eingliedern.
Am 1. November 1918 unternahmen ukrainische Aufständische eine erfolgreiche militärische und politische Erhebung. Lemberg wurde fast ohne Blutvergießen besetzt. Einige Stunden nach dem ukrainischen Staatsstreich machten sich polnische Untergrundorganisationen zu einem Gegenangriff auf. Bereits nach einigen Tagen war die Stadt durch eine reguläre Frontlinie geteilt. Die Kämpfe endeten am Morgen des 22. November mit dem Rückzug der ukrainischen Truppen und einem Pogrom an der jüdischen Bevölkerung.
Building a shared future from a troubled past?
Edited by Lesley Lelourec and Grainne O'Keeffe-Vigneron
The current «decade of centenaries» and commemorations on both sides of the Irish Sea is providing an opportunity both to reflect upon significant events and challenges that the island of Ireland has been confronted with in the past, and also to contemplate and focus on the future.
This multi-disciplinary volume owes much to the ongoing debate within Northern Ireland, as an integral part of the conflict transformation process, on how to build a shared and better future for all citizens out of a divided and traumatic past. Drawing on the cross-disciplinary nature of Irish Studies, the authors from the fields of history, literary and cultural studies, politics and sociology explore the legacy of the Troubles and the consequences for Northern Ireland more than twenty years after the Good Friday Agreement.
Explorations in Community, Economy and Culture
Edited by Kathryn A. Burnett, Ray Burnett and Michael Danson
Scotland’s islands are diverse, resourceful and singularly iconic in national and global imaginations of places «apart» yet readily reached. This collection of essays offers a fascinating commentary on Scotland’s island communities that celebrates their histories, cultures and economies in general terms. Recognising a complex geography of distinct regions and island spaces, the collection speaks to broader themes of tangible and intangible cultural heritage, narratives of place and people, the ideas and policies of island and regional distinctiveness, as well as particular examinations of literature, language, migration, land reform, and industry. With a view to placing ideas and expressions of islandness within a lived reality of island life and scholarship, the collection provides a multidisciplinary perspective on the value of continued and expanding research commentaries on Scotland’s islands for both a Scottish and an international readership.
This book should instantly appeal to scholars of Island Studies, Scottish Studies, and Regional Studies of northern and peripheral Europe. Readers with particular interests in the sociology and history of Scottish rural and northern Atlantic communities, the cultural histories and economies of remote and island places, and the pressing socioeconomic agenda of small island sustainability, community building and resilience should also find the collection offers current commentaries on these broad themes illustrated with local island examples and contingencies.
Qualität – Konzepte – Rahmenbedingungen Festschrift für Prof. Dr. Stefan Görres
Edited by Ingrid Darmann-Finck and Heike Mertesacker
Die Pflege hat eine zentrale Rolle in der Versorgung alter Menschen. Sie trägt dazu bei, dass alte Menschen trotz Einschränkungen, z.B. in der Selbstständigkeit, ein Leben in Würde und Selbstbestimmung führen können. Renommierte Autorinnen und Autoren konkretisieren, welches genau das Ziel der Pflege von alten Menschen sein soll und wie die Qualität in der Langzeitpflege weiterentwickelt und gemessen werden kann. Weitere Beiträge thematisieren Herausforderungen und Konzepte in der spirituellen Begleitung von zu pflegenden Menschen und hinsichtlich des Einsatzes von digitalen Technologien. Schließlich werden rechtliche und qualifikatorische Rahmenbedingungen diskutiert sowie Chancen und Desiderata von Pflegeforschung herausgearbeitet.
Economics and Foreign Policy, 1942-1957
This book explains how and why, Australian governments shifted from their historical relationship with Britain to the beginning of a primary reliance on the United States between 1942 and 1957. It shows that, while the Curtin and Chifley ALP governments sought to maintain and strengthen Australia’s links with Britain, the Menzies administration took decisive steps towards this realignment.
There is broad acceptance that the end of British Australia only occurred in the 1960s and that the initiative for change came from Britain rather than Australia. This book rejects this consensus, which fundamentally rests on the idea of Australia remaining part of a British World until the UK attempts to join the European Community in the 1960s. Instead, it demonstrates that critical steps ending British Australia occurred in the 1950s and were initiated by Australia. These Australian actions were especially pronounced in the economic sphere, which has been largely overlooked in the current consensus. Australia’s understanding of its national self-interest outweighed its sense of Britishness.
A Social History of the Clerical Profession in Transylvania (1848-1918)
Edited by Marius Eppel
This book examines the socio-professional background of the clergy in Transylvania, between 1848 and 1918, with a view to offering a comprehensive perspective on the clerical profession across various religious denominations. During the modern period, Transylvania was integrated in the Habsburg Empire and, as of 1867, in Dualist Hungary. As such, it represented a meeting ground for different ethnic groups and denominations. The prerogatives of the clergy could surpass their primary calling as spiritual leaders. They gradually assumed the role of intercessors between communities, higher ecclesiastical institutions, the government, and local authorities. Sometimes, they also took on the role of de facto leaders of the national and political emancipation movements.
The Executive, the Magistrate, and the Maverick
Luis da Vinha and Anthony Dutton
Jews Saving Jews during the Holocaust
Edited by Judith Tydor Baumel-Schwartz and Alan Schneider
The book focuses on the heroism of Jews throughout Europe who risked their lives to save their coreligionists under Nazi rule. The contributors discuss and analyze the actions of Jews who rescued other Jews from the hands of the Nazis. These actions took place, to different degrees, in Germany, in Axis states and all across Nazi-occupied Europe, from the early stages of persecution until the war’s end, in the framework of collaborative efforts and individual initiatives. The Jews who rescued other Jews during the Holocaust came like their non-Jewish counterparts from different backgrounds: men and women, old and young, religious and secular, wealthy and poor, educated and uneducated. The rescue missions took place in ghettos, areas without ghettos, jails, camps, hospitals, children’s homes, schools, monasteries, in hiding. This book focuses on these rescue missions and the people behind them, reminding us of their courage and willingness to act, even when it put their own lives in danger.
The Tercentenary of the Polish Princess Clementina’s Escape
Edited by Richard Maher
In May 1719, the rescue and escape of Princess Maria Clementina Sobieska from her detention in Innsbruck was celebrated throughout Catholic Europe. It was a feat of painstaking planning, daring execution, and steel-nerved improvisation. Masterminded by Kildareman Charles Wogan, he and his Irish and French companions influenced the course of international relations, shocking King George I’s government in London, and providing a much-needed boon to the followers of the exiled Stuart claimant, James Stuart III.
This unique collection of essays does not merely recount the factual story of Maria Clementina’s rescue and subsequent marriage, it provides for the first time in any publication an authoritative analysis of its political and cultural significance and the full historical context in which the event took place. A full image of Europe at the time of the rescue is sketched out, including such topics as the question of the Irish in Europe in the eighteenth century; the illustrious Sobieski family and their origins; a short account of the rescue itself; the fate of Charles Wogan and
his followers after the rescue; the Habsburg-Hanoverian alliance and its context; the marriage of James Stuart III and Maria Clementina Sobieska; details of the collection of Stuart artefacts housed at Trinity College Dublin; and contemporary musical compositions which were written and dedicated to Maria Clementina.
This book is a follow-on publication from a public seminar titled The Irish the Rescue: The Tercentenary of the Polish Princess Clementina’s Escape. The seminar was held at Europe House in Dublin on 30th April 2019.
The seminar and the publication of its proceedings have been generously sponsored by the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Ireland and the Embassy of France in Ireland.