Einf Hrung In Das Studium Der Kunstgeschichte

Author: Susanna Partsch
Publisher: Reclam Verlag
ISBN: 3159605086
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Die Einführung des Bachelors hat auch für den Studiengang Kunstgeschichte unmittelbare Konsequenzen. Verkürzte Studienzeiten, mehr Flexibilität, aber auch andere Anforderungen an die Studenten. Susanna Partsch bietet mit dieser Einführung eine übersichtliche Darstellung des Fachs, die alle wichtigen Aspekte abdeckt, Einsteiger jedoch nicht mit Einzelheiten überfordert. Geboten wird auch eine Orientierung für die berufliche Zukunft: Inwiefern sollte man sich spezialisieren? Welche Tätigkeitsfelder kann ein Student der Kunstgeschichte in Betracht ziehen?

The Wallenstein Figure In German Literature And Historiography 1790 1920

Author: Steffan Davies
Publisher: MHRA
ISBN: 1906540284
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Albrecht von Wallenstein (1583-1634), one of the most famous and controversial personalities of the Thirty Years War, gained heightened prominence in the nineteenth century through Schiller's monumental drama, Wallenstein (1798-99). Schiller's own fame, and the complexities he injected into his dramatic character, made Wallenstein a potent, near-mythical, but also highly ambivalent figure. This innovative and detailed study tests Schiller's impact on historians as well as on later literary texts. It traces Wallenstein's part in the construction of identity in Germany, Austria and Bohemia, examining the figure's significance in events such as the Wars of Liberation against France, the 1859 Schiller festival, and the First World War. The broad range of authors and historians studied includes Franz Grillparzer, Leopold von Ranke, Ricarda Huch and Alfred Doblin.

Vernacular Literary Theory In The Middle Ages

Author: Walter Haug
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521027993
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The first edition of this book appeared in German in 1985, and set a new agenda for the study of medieval literary theory. Rather than seeing vernacular writers' reflections on their art, such as are found in prologues, epilogues and interpolations in literary texts, as merely deriving from established Latin traditions, Walter Haug shows that they marked the gradual emancipation of an independent vernacular poetics that went hand in hand with changing narrative forms. While focussing primarily on medieval German writers, Haug also takes into account French literature of the same period, and the principles underlying his argument are equally relevant to medieval literature in English or any other European language. This ground-breaking study is now available in English for the first time.

Medieval German Voices In The 21st Century

Author: Albrecht Classen
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9789042009813
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As witnessed by a tremendous upsurge in medieval research, academic meetings, innovative interpretive approaches, enrolment numbers, and public interest, Medieval Studies are proving once again to be a vibrant field of investigations both inside and outside of academia. Nevertheless, there is a tendency among colleagues and administrators in the field of Germanistik/German Studies to exclude the earlier period as an exotic and irrelevant subject matter. The contributors to this volume, all of whom teach at North American universities, make a strong case for the paradigmatic function of medieval German literature for the general field of Germanistik, and argue that many of the most recent changes in our discipline related to the German Studies paradigm have been foreshadowed by Medieval Studies where interdisciplinary, comparative approaches, the consideration of Mentalitatsgeschichte, theology, history, art history, even gender studies, and the history of everyday life have often constituted the conditio sine qua non. Some of the authors in this volume argue for the relevance of medieval German literature by investigating concrete cases taken from the Middle Ages, others show how modern German literature has been deeply influenced by medieval texts. The purpose of this volume is not to privilege medieval literature over modern literature, but instead to reclaim the premodern period as an important and relevant field of investigation within contemporary German Studies.

Geschichte Der P Pste In Mittelalter Und Renaissance

Author: Klaus Herbers
Publisher: Reclam Verlag
ISBN: 3159606627
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Die älteste Institution des Abendlands, das Papsttum, hat in jüngster Zeit mit einigen überraschenden Entwicklungen ihre Wendigkeit und Lebendigkeit bewiesen. Wenn erstmals seit 1294 ein Papst beschließt, sich zur Ruhe zu setzen und nicht im Amt zu sterben, wenn erstmals nach 500 Jahren ein Deutscher auf dem Stuhl Petri saß, wenn erstmals ein Papst den Namen Franziskus wählte - dann beziehen sich alle diese Revolutionen auf Traditionen, die zwischen 500 und 2000 Jahren alt sind und uns mit dem langen Mittelalter verbinden. Der Erlanger Mediävist Klaus Herbers überblickt das Papsttum ab der antiken Frühzeit in Mittelalter und Renaissance, als es die Spitze der einzigen europäischen Institution war.


Author: Malte Hagener
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