KrimiLiteraturTage Vogtland 2019:

Presentation and Concert

EYE CONTACTS WITH CLARA AND ROBERT SCHUMANN – For Clara Wieck’s 200th birthday
2019 begehen wir den 200. Geburtstag von Clara Schumann. In Leipzig, Dresden und weiteren Orten Mitteldeutschlands lassen sich an authentischen Orten zahlreiche Bezüge zu ihr und ihrem Gatten herstellen. Leipzig war der Ort, wo beider Liebe wuchs und sich nach Kämpfen erfüllte. Später sollten die wilde Natur in der Sächsischen Schweiz und im Harz und der neue Wohnort Dresden dem Künstlerehepaar neue Kräfte verleihen. Sie vermochten es. Freilich auf recht unterschiedliche Weise. Da war zum einen das unmittelbare Erleben urwüchsiger Landschaften, zum anderen das gediegene Leben in der Residenzstadt – Regsamkeit hier, Einsamkeit dort. Die Eindrücke des unmittelbar Erlebten während der Wanderungen in der Sächsischen Schweiz 1841 und der Harzreise 1844 kurz vor dem Umzug nach Dresden erschließen uns das Fühlen und Denken von Robert und Clara als junges Paar wie auch als Künstler sehr direkt.

Book-Presentation und reading with Ralf C. Müller

Musical Programme:

Sonja Maria Westermann (soprano)
Kathryn Bolitho (piano)

Robert Schumann: Sinfonischen Etüden, op. 13, Thema

Clara Schumann: Sonate g-moll, III. Scherzo

Clara und Robert Schumann: Zwölf Gedichte von Rückerts „Liebesfrühling“:
2. [Clara] Er ist gekommen in Sturm und Regen
4. [Clara] Liebst du um Schönheit
11. [Clara] Warum willst du and‘re fragen

Clara Schumann: 6 Lieder, op. 13:
4. Der Mond kommt still gegangen (nach Heinrich Heine)
5. Ich hab’ in Deinem Auge (nach H. Heine)

Kathryn Bolitho

Sonja Maria Westermann

May 19, 2019, 3:30 PM
Hall of the School of Music Vogtland
Bahnhofstraße 84
08468 Reichenbach/Vogtl.

Admission: 5 Euro (Students of the School of Music 2 Euro), in the School of Music and on the day

 

EUDORA-PUBLISHERS IS GLAD TO INVITE TO THE PRESENTATION OF ITS NEW RELEASE
„Power in Landscape. Geographic and Digital Approaches on Historical Research“:

May 26, 2019, 5:30 PM
Redemptoristenkolleg Maria am Gestade
Salvatorgasse 12/2
Klemenssaal
1010 Wien

Programme (all lectures in German):
Priv-Doz Mag Dr Mihailo St. Popović:
Maps of Power – About contents and outcomes of the project Digitising Patterns of Power (DPP) at the Institute for Medieval Research of the Austrian Academy of Sciences
Mag Dr Stefan Eichert/Alexander Watzinger:
Below the surface of OpenAtlas: The data model behind DPP
Ass-Prof Mag Dr Karel Kriz:
Concepts, basics, and genesis of geocommunication within the DPP-project
Mag Dr Alexander Pucher/Mag Markus Breier:
Representation of the historical landscape in the context of the map-centric implementation of the research focusses

ca. 7:00 PM: Buffet
Free admission

 

THE PROGRAMME OF EUDORA-PUBLISHERS AT LEIPZIG BOOK FAIR 2019:
March 21–24, 2019
Hall 3, Stand G 204

 

21.03.2019, 3:30 PM
Musikcafé, Hall 4, Stand A401
Menschen, Orte, Noten – Zugänge zum bürgerlichen Musikleben der Romantik
Mitteldeutschland hat eine reiche Musiktradition, die sich aus verschiedenen Wurzeln speist. In der ersten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts wurde die aufstrebende Bürgerstadt Leipzig zu einem Musikzentrum von europäischem Rang und löste damit in gewisser Weise Dresden ab. Dieses bürgerliche Musikleben speiste sich aus Netzwerken, die über den gesamten Kontinent gespannt waren. Komponisten und Komponistinnen, Musiker und Musikerinnen, Sängerinnen und Sänger bis hin zu dilettierenden Ausführenden sorgten für einen regen künstlerischen Austausch zwischen unterschiedlichen Regionen und innerhalb der meist städtisch geprägten Gesellschaften.
Anhand zweier Bücher und Hörbücher mit Musik zu Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy und dreier Reiseführer zu Clara und Robert Schumann lassen sich räumliche, mentale und künstlerische Verortungen deutlich und auch knapp 200 Jahre später erlebbar machen.

Editor and historian Dr Ralf C. Müller will show, how these books can be practically used in the fields of education and tourism.

 

22.03.2019, 12:30 PM
Forum Politics und Media-Education, Hall 2, Stand D400
(Auto-)Biografien – Lebensgeschichte als Projektionsfläche und Deutungsversuch historischen Geschehens
Ego-Dokumente sind durch ihre Authenzität eine wichtige historische Quelle. Als Selbst-Zeugnisse unterliegen Sie auch in besonderem Maße der mehr oder weniger bewussten Konstruktion des historischen Kontextes und Erlebens.
Anhand von Autobiografien und Editionen zur Zeitgeschichte und zum Ersten Weltkrieg soll gezeigt werden, welche Möglichkeiten und Grenzen es bei der Präsentation und Interpretation dieser Quellengattung gibt und wie sie bei der Wissens- und Wertevermittlung in exemplarischer Weise geeignet ist, die Wechselwirkungen von Figuren und Strukturen deutlich und erlebbar zu machen.

Editor and historian Dr Ralf C. Müller will show, how books published by Eudora-publishers can be praktically used in school.

 

22.03.2019, 7:00 PM
Schumann-House Leipzig, Inselstraße 18, 04103 Leipzig
Eye contacts with Robert Schumann – Encounters in today’s Dresden
Die Dresdner Zeit von 1845 bis 1850 war für Schumann die kompositorisch produktivste. Roberts Neigung zu dieser Stadt und ihrer Umgebung wird aus all seinen Werken und Zeugnissen sichtbar. Dabei war die Präsentation all jener Dresdner Stätten, die mit Leben und Wirken der Schumanns dort verbunden sind, nicht einfach. Mit diesem Reiseführer aus der Feder des Schumann-Spezialisten Prof. Dr. Hans Joachim Köhler ist die Trias abgeschlossen, die sich maßgeblich auf die Lebensäußerungen Schumanns selbst stützt, denn welcher Komponist schenkt seiner Nachwelt so viel Vertrauen wie Robert Schumann?! Von ihm besitzen wir seine detailliert und ungeschönt geführten Tagebücher. Für die fünf Dresdner Jahre von Anfang 1845 bis zum Frühherbst 1850 spürt man in den Notizen eine Erweiterung des Blickfeldes etwa nach Zahl der befreundeten Künstler, nach Tiefe und Zielrichtung der ästhetischen Diskussionen.
Der Rundgang beginnt mit der Grabstätte Carl Maria von Webers, der nach dem Willen von Schumanns Vater hätte Roberts Klavierlehrer werden sollen. Ganz in der Nähe befinden sich die letzte Wohnstätte Richard Wagners und das Geburtshaus Adrian Ludwig Richters, die Wohnungen von Ferdinand Hiller und Wilhelmine Schröder-Devrient. Die Schumanns wohnten in der Waisenhausstraße, später in der Reitbahngasse, und noch heute bieten Semperoper, Schloss, Hofkirche und Brühlsche Terrasse authentische Bezugspunkte zum Leben des Künstlerehepaares. An letzterer lag das Atelier Ernst Rietschels und das Belvedere – wo Robert häufig Konzerte besuchte –, unweit davon das »Hôtel de Saxe« und das Coselsche Palais – Proben- und Konzertsäle, die auch von den Schumanns genutzt wurden –, die Wohnungen Friedrich Wiecks und Ludwig Richters sowie die von Rietschel, Bendemann und Hübner an der Bürgerwiese. Weiter führt der Weg nach Blasewitz, Loschwitz und schließlich nach Pillnitz.
Zu den historisch bedeutsamen Ereignissen – Sternstunden in der Musikgeschichte Dresdens und im Leben der Schumanns – zählen die Uraufführung des Klavierkonzertes in a-Moll op. 54 im »Hôtel de Saxe« mit Clara als Pianistin und Roberts Debut als Dirigent seiner Faustszenen im Goethejahr 1849 im Palais des Großen Gartens. Subjektive Erlebnisse wie die Teilhabe an Bendemanns Arbeit im neuen Propositionssaal des Schlosses oder die mehrfachen Besuche im Atelier Rietschels, wo Büsten von Mendelssohn und Lessing entstehen, lassen den Leser Schumanns Spannung nachempfinden, die dieser im Austausch mit den Kollegen fühlte und die ihn in seiner Auffassung von der höheren, veredelnden Wirkung der Künste bestärkten.

The Leipzig Schumann-expert Prof Dr Hans Joachim Köhler has shown in earlier publications, how places, despite their changing face, authenticate themselves out of their own history and open ways into the past and its protagonists to attentive viewers of all times by eye-contacts.
Admission free

 

23.03.2019, 2:00–2:30 PM
Bookshop Hugendubel, Petersstraße 12–14
Hans Joachim Köhler speaks about the life of Robert and Clara Schumann in Dresden between 1844 and 1850, which was Robert’s most productive time in terms of composition, and his affection for this city and its surroundings tell all testimonies.

Series „Leipziger Büchermenschen stellen sich vor“

 

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November 29, 2018, 7:00 PM,
Inn „Zur Sonne“ Pechtelsgrün
Pechtelsgrüner Hauptstr. 20, 08485 Pechtelsgrün

50th Anniversary: Mining of the last tram of Wolframite in Pechtelsgrün (Germany)

Presentation: Peter Burkhardt

Entertainment Programme / Bookselling / Admission free

 
 
LEIPZIGER BÜCHERSCHAU
November 17, 2018, 10:00 AM–5:00 PM,
IHK zu Leipzig

 
 
OUTLOOKS – INSIGHTS.
Robert and Clara Schumann on trips through Saxon Switzerland, the Harz-Mountains and in Dresden

The wild nature and the new place of residence were to give new powers to the Schumanns. They could do it – in quite different ways, of course. On the one hand, there was the immediate experience of unspoiled landscapes, on the other the dignified life in the royal residence – activity here, loneliness there. The impressions of the immediate experience during the journeys in Saxon Switzerland in 1841 and the Harz-journey in 1844 shortly before the move to Dresden make the feelings and thinking of Robert and Clara Schumann as a young couple as well as artists accessible to us very directly. The journeys serve the self-understanding and are akin to a search, sometimes an escape.
The Dresden period until 1850 is considered to be the richest in Schumann’s compositional life. Robert’s affection for this city and its surroundings is evident in all his works and testimonies. Historically significant events – great moments in the history of music in Dresden and in the biography of the Schumanns – include the world-premiere of the Piano Concerto in a-minor op. 54 in the »Hôtel de Saxe« with Clara as pianist, and Robert’s debut as conductor of his »Faust-scenes« in the Goethe-Year 1849 in the palace of the Great Garden. Subjective experiences such as the participation in Bendemann’s work in the new halls of the royal palace, or the several visits to Rietschel’s studio, where busts of Mendelssohn and Lessing were formed, let the reader share Schumann’s tension, which he felt while swaping ideas with his colleagues and which encouraged him in his point of view by the higher, ennobling influence of the arts.

Book-Presentation by Prof Dr Hans Joachim Köhler and Dr Ralf C. Müller

November 17, 2018, 2:45–3:30 PM
IHK zu Leipzig
Goerdelerring 5, 04109 Leipzig

 
 

November 13, 2018, 7:00 PM,
City library, Functional room „Huldreich Groß“, Top floor
Wilhelm-Leuschner-Platz 10–11, 04107 Leipzig

It almost happend to me as to the fatherland …
Heinrich Oskar Kunitzsch from Leipzig as soldier in the Great War – A diary

Presentation with images: Dr Ralf C. Müller

Cooperation between the City library and Eudora publishers Leipzig
Books are sold / Admission free

City library Leipzig
www.stadtbibliothek.leipzig.de

 

Buch Wien 2018EUDORA PUBLISHERS presents itself at the
BOOK VIENNA 2018 for the first time!

November 8–11, 2018
Long night of the books on November 7, 2018
Messe Wien, Hall D (U2-Station Krieau)

Stand F28 [Plan]
 
 
EYE CONTACTS WITH CLARA AND ROBERT SCHUMANN
In 2019 we celebrate the 200th birthday of Clara Schumann. In Leipzig, Dresden, and other places in Middle Germany, numerous references to her and her husband can be made in many authentic places. Thus the wild nature of Saxon Switzerland and the Harz-Mountains, as well as the new place of residence Dresden should energize the artists’ couple. They could do it – in quite different ways, of course. On the one hand, there was the immediate experience of unspoiled landscapes, on the other the dignified life in the royal residence – activity here, solitude there. The impressions of the immediate experience during the hikes in Saxon Switzerland in 1841 and during the Harz-Journey in 1844, shortly before the move to Dresden, make the feeling and thinking of Robert and Clara as a young couple as well as artists accessible to us very directly. They serve the self-understanding and are akin to a search, sometimes an escape.

Book-presentation with Dr Ralf C. Müller

November 8, 2018, 2:45 PM
Messe Wien, Hall D
Mastercard-Stage

Buch Wien
www.buchwien.at

 

1050 JAHRE ERZBISTUM MAGDEBURG (968–2018)

In the background … (1)

EUDORA PUBLISHERS presents itself at the
CONFERENCE: 1050 YEARS ARCHDIOCESE OF MAGDEBURG (968–2018)
November 1–2, 2018
Saxon Academy of Sciences in Leipzig

Karl-Tauchnitz-St. 1
04107 Leipzig

Programme of the conference

 

15. INTERNATIONALER KONGRESS ZUR DIPLOMATIK

In the background … (2)

EUDORA PUBLISHERS presents itself at the
15th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON DIPLOMATICS /
XVe CONGRÈS INTERNATIONAL DE DIPLOMATIQUE

in Leipzig 2018!
Oktober 4–6, 2018
Saxon Academy of Sciences in Leipzig

Karl-Tauchnitz-St. 1
04107 Leipzig

The Programme of the congress under the motto:
Sources for the History of “International” Relations between Political Centres in Europe and the Mediterranean (ca. 800–1600):
Letters – Charters – Treaties /
Les sources des relations «internationales» entre les centres politiques de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée (800–1600):
LETTRES – ACTES – TRAITÉS

 

EUDORA PUBLISHERS presents itself at the
52nd GERMAN HISTORIANS’ MEETING
in Münster 2018!

September 25–28, 2018
Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster

Court of the Juridicum
Universitätsst. 14–16
48143 Münster
Tent, Stand A23 [Plan of the Exibition Tent A]

Deutscher Historikertag
www.historikertag.de

 

DRESDEN (ER)LESEN
September 9, 2018, 10:00 AM–8:00 PM,
Albrechtsberg Palace Dresden

YOU CAN FIND US IN THE RED SALOON ROSALIE (STAND 19)

Admission: 5.00 Euro

OUTLOOKS – INSIGHTS.
Robert and Clara Schumann in Saxon Switzerland, the Harz Mountains, and in Dresden

The wild nature and the new place of residence were to give new powers to the Schumanns. They could do it – in quite different ways, of course. On the one hand, there was the immediate experience of unspoiled landscapes, on the other the dignified life in the royal residence – activity here, loneliness there. The impressions of the immediate experience during the journeys in Saxon Switzerland in 1841 and the Harz-journey in 1844 shortly before the move to Dresden make the feelings and thinking of Robert and Clara Schumann as a young couple as well as artists accessible to us very directly. The journeys serve the self-understanding and are akin to a search, sometimes an escape.
The Dresden period until 1850 is considered to be the richest in Schumann’s compositional life. Robert’s affection for this city and its surroundings is evident in all his works and testimonies. Historically significant events – great moments in the history of music in Dresden and in the biography of the Schumanns – include the world-premiere of the Piano Concerto in a-minor op. 54 in the »Hôtel de Saxe« with Clara as pianist, and Robert’s debut as conductor of his »Faust-scenes« in the Goethe-Year 1849 in the palace of the Great Garden. Subjective experiences such as the participation in Bendemann’s work in the new halls of the royal palace, or the several visits to Rietschel’s studio, where busts of Mendelssohn and Lessing were formed, let the reader share Schumann’s tension, which he felt while swaping ideas with his colleagues and which encouraged him in his point of view by the higher, ennobling influence of the arts.

Book-Presentation by Prof Dr Hans Joachim Köhler and Dr Ralf C. Müller

September 9, 2018, 2:00–2:45 PM
ALBRECHTSBERG PALACE DRESDEN
Bautzner St: 130, 01099 Dresden
STAGE KRONENSAAL

 

THE PROGRAMME OF EUDORA-PUBLISHERS AT LEIPZIG BOOK FAIR 2018:
March 15–18, 2018
Hall 3, Stand G 204

17.03.2018, 2:30–3:00 PM
Bookshop Hugendubel, Petersstraße 12–14
Hans Joachim Köhler speaks about the travels of Robert and Clara Schumann to Saxon Switzerland in 1841 and the Harz Mountains in 1844, which, through their reenactment, open access to the life and work of the Schumanns during the five years of their stay in Leipzig.

Series „Leipziger Büchermenschen stellen sich vor“

 

17.03.2018, 7:00 PM
Schumann-House Leipzig, Inselstraße 18, 04103 Leipzig
Outlooks – Insights.
Robert and Clara Schumann in Saxon Switzerland and in the Harz Mountains

Schumann has done only few private trips, but the plasticity with which he – and Clara, too – depicts them offers a fascinating charm. We limit ourselves to two tours. The first – about a year after the marriage in 1840 – leads the young artist couple to the Saxon Switzerland. The personal liberation of both partners from the forced retirement imposed by Friedrich Wieck unleashed incomparable creative potentials, but meant more work and a sense of responsibility, too. Thus in the early autumn of 1841 not only a break was needed, but even the readjustment of the conjugal roles, which is why the young people seek to find their place anew in a natural environment and in an as relaxed as possible encounter with other people. The tour on the newly established »Malerweg« is cumbersome careless and gives them the necessary inspiration and freedom. The Bastei, the cowshed and the Königstein are the highlights.
At the end of the Leipzig-time – 1844 – Schumanns travel to the Harz Mountains. The productive marriage reaches a climax, and is plunged into a crisis at the same time. Robert, who burdens Clara as housewife and mother, sees his self-evident dominance as the creative partner against the interpreter falter. The strenuous tour touches, among other, Blankenburg, the culturally rich town of Ballenstedt, the medieval castle Falkenstein, the oppressive cave Baumannshöhle. The hike on Clara’s 25th birthday follows in the footsteps of Goethe and Heine and becomes a dramatic staging. The journey does not solve anything, it clarifies in a rather frightening-ridiculous way.
The impressions, directly experienced during the two hikes, open up the feeling and thinking of Robert and Clara Schumann as a young couple as well as artists. They are conducive to the self-understanding and are akin to a search, sometimes an escape.

The Leipzig Schumann-expert Prof Dr Hans Joachim Köhler has shown in an earlier publication, how places, despite their changing face, authenticate themselves out of their own history and open ways into the past and its protagonists to attentive viewers of all times by eye-contacts.
Admission free

Leipziger Buchmesse
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December 9, 2017, 8:00 PM,
Bührnheims Literatursalon
Mozartstraße 8, 04107 Leipzig

Brigitte Richter and Ralf C. Müller discuss with Holger Gemmer about
Women and Friends around Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

With music from the two Audiobooks.

Eintritt: 10 Euro

Vor dem Besucheransturm

Before the rush of visitors

Eudora-Buchstand

Bookstand of Eudora-publishers

September 16, 2017: Anniversary race day on Leipzig racecourse Scheibenholz.

Einlauf Rennen 8: Scheibenholz-Cup

Finish Race 8: Scheibenholz-Cup IV 1300 m

Eudora-publishers offers its publications about Leipzig’s history of the 19th century:
150 years of horse racing in Leipzig 1863–2013 and
175 years of the first German Long-Distance Railway between Leipzig and Dresden.

GALOPPRENNBAHN SCHEIBENHOLZ
Rennbahnweg 2A
04107 Leipzig

 

THE PROGRAMME OF EUDORA-PUBLISHERS AT LEIPZIG BOOK FAIR 2017:
March 23–26, 2017
Hall 3, Stand G 204

23.03.2017, 7:00 PM
Contorhaus Coworking, Breitenfelder St. 12, 04155 Leipzig

»It almost happend to me as to the fatherland …«
Heinrich Oskar Kunitzsch from Leipzig in the World War (1916–1918) –
A War Diary

Heinrich Oskar Kunitzsch from Leipzig has left behind numerous self-testimonies, including a diary of his time as a soldier in World War I, a photo-album, field letters and postcards, and a collection of quotations. All documents reveal a deep insight into the character and the mindscape of a young man, who – after finishing his apprenticeship as a bookseller – is levied into the military and had been experiencing the horrors of the war for 18 months, before he fell ill with a life-threatening illness. To what extend these documents show an authentic image of the reality of war?
Editor and historian Dr. Ralf C. Müller talks about the making of this book as well as chances and limits of the work with egodocuments

24.03.2017, 12:30–1:00 PM
IHK zu Leipzig, Goerdelerring 5, 04109 Leipzig
Publishers Presentation Reading
Alfred Graf von Schlieffen A Biografy /
Oskar Kunitzsch in the World War (1916–1918) – A War Diary

Publisher and historian Dr Ralf C. Müller presents two evocative titles

Independent-Verlage – Miteinander. Füreinander.

25.03.2017, 2:30–3:00 PM
Bookshop Hugendubel, Petersstraße 12–14
Katrin and Klaus Sohl are presenting the landscape- and pressphotographer Johannes Mühler, by providing insights into the family albums (1902–1950) of the Mühler family.

Series „Leipziger Verlage stellen sich vor“.

25.03.2017, 8:00 PM
Stadtgeschichtliches Museum, Böttchergäßchen 3, 04109 Leipzig
Posters of the Middle Ages?
About contents and patterns of medieval deeds

Since this genre of historical sources is of central importance for our understanding of personal, social and economic relations, of communication networks and intellectual processes within the mediaeval society, high-quality reproductions of medieval writings have been appeared so far in the Eudora-publishing house Leipzig. For example, a facsimile edition of a manuscript from the city archives of Cologne and several volumes in the series „Digitale Urkundenbilder aus dem Marburger Lichtbildarchiv älterer Originalurkunden“. Now, the staff of the Historical Seminar at the University of Leipzig are presenting a new series entitled „Italia Regia“, which takes into account the transmission of documents referring to the Italian territories of the Empire and also includes editions of particularly important or rare documents
Prof Dr Irmgard Fees (Munich), Prof Dr Wolfgang Huschner and Dr des Sebastian Roebert (both Leipzig) talk about, as elites were established, power was executed, and knowledge spread

26.03.2017, 12:30–1:00 PM
Leipzig Fair, Fairground, Sach- und Fachbuchforum:
Hall 3, Stand H300
»It almost happend to me as to the fatherland …«
Heinrich Oskar Kunitzsch from Leipzig in the World War (1916–1918) –
A War Diary

Editor and historian Dr Ralf C. Müller talks about the making of this book as well as chances and limits of the work with egodocuments

26.03.2017, 2:30–3:00 PM
Leipzig Fair, Fairground, Sach- und Fachbuchforum:
Halle 3, Stand H300
Posters of the Middle Ages?
About contents and patterns of medieval deeds
Prof Dr Irmgard Fees and Dr des Sebastian Roebert talk about the publications of medieval sources by Eudora-publishers Leipzig

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EUDORA at „SCHRIFTGUT“ DRESDEN 2016

November 5./6., 2016, daily from 10:00 PM
at the stand of

INDEPENDENT-VERLAGE.COM
H3, C-33

DRESDEN FAIR GmbH
Messering 6
01067 Dresden

 

Alfred Graf von Schlieffen.
Stratege zwischen Befreiungskriegen und Stahlgewittern

Die neue Biografie über den „modernen Alexander“ und seine Rolle innerhalb der Führungselite Deutschlands – vorgelegt vom in Heringsdorf lebenden Autor Wilhelm Hartmut Pantenius – gerät zu einem Gemälde der europäischen Gesellschaft im 19. und beginnenden 20. Jahrhundert, zeichnet detailliert die politischen und mentalen Entwicklungen sowie personellen Verbindungen nach und ermöglicht so neue Einblicke in Handlungen und Motivationen politischer und militärischer Akteure am Vorabend des Großen Krieges.

Presentation with Wilhelm Hartmut Pantenius and Ralf C. Müller.

October 27, 2016, 5:00 PM
Potsdam Museum – Forum für Kunst und Geschichte
Am Alten Markt 9
14467 Potsdam

Free Entrance

 

USEDOM MUSIC-FESTIVAL

Alfred Graf von Schlieffen.
Stratege zwischen Befreiungskriegen und Stahlgewittern

Die neue Biografie über den „modernen Alexander“ und seine Rolle innerhalb der Führungselite Deutschlands – vorgelegt vom in Heringsdorf lebenden Autor Wilhelm Hartmut Pantenius – gerät zu einem Gemälde der europäischen Gesellschaft im 19. und beginnenden 20. Jahrhundert, zeichnet detailliert die politischen und mentalen Entwicklungen sowie personellen Verbindungen nach und ermöglicht so neue Einblicke in Handlungen und Motivationen politischer und militärischer Akteure am Vorabend des Großen Krieges.

Presentation with Wilhelm Hartmut Pantenius and Ralf C. Müller.

September 26, 2016, 7:30 PM
VILLA IRMGARD Maxim-Gorki-Museum
Maxim-Gorki-Straße 13, 17424 Ostseebad Heringsdorf

Tel.: 038378 22361
Free Entrance

September 27, 2016, 7:00 PM
HOTEL AM GOTHENSEE
Am Gothensee 2, 17424 Ostseebad Heringsdorf

Tel.: 038378 33680

 

 

EUDORA-Publishers presents itself at the
51st GERMAN HISTORIANS’ MEETING
in Hamburg 2016!

September 20.–23., 2016
Hamburg University

Philosophenturm
Von-Melle-Park 6
20146 Hamburg
Erdgeschoß, Stand PHIL14

Deutscher Historikertag
www.historikertag.de

 

TALK ON OCCASION OF THE 25th WGT

Personal Jesus. Wave Gothic between paganism and private religion

The affinity of the Wave-Gothic-subculture for religious and clerical aesthetics is undeniable. Its followers play with language formulas, myths, rituals, and symbols. This can be interpreted as a form of a new religiosity. Nevertheless, there is especially in this subculture a perceptible rejection of conventional, institutionalized religions. How religious the “goths” really are? What role play common values, and which they are? Or are the “goths” pure aestheticians who act in roles and express “only” themselves?

These and other questions discuss ethnologist Prof Dr Bernhard Streck, religious scholar Dr Heinz Mürmel, and historian and publisher Dr Ralf C. Müller.

May 14, 2016, 3:00 PM
GRASSI MUSEUM für Völkerkunde zu Leipzig
Johannisplatz 5–11, 04103 Leipzig

entrance fee; 4/3 Euro, WGT free

Organized by: GRASSI MUSEUM für Völkerkunde zu Leipzig,
Eudora-Verlag Leipzig
www.wave-gotik-treffen.de

 

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