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Selection of further Press Clippings

This is a small selection of further press clippings. Click on the name of the medium for further information or the reporting.

Stuttgarter Zeitung publishes Article by Niels Gutschow

Stuttgarter Zeitung features an article by Prof. Dr. Niels Gutschow. The architect and Cluster member writes about the costs of rebuilding Nepal's cultural heritage after the earthquake in April 2015.

Stuttgarter Zeitung, May 4, 2015


3sat: Interview with Niels Gutschow

The broadcasting station 3sat conducts an interview with Cluster member Niels Gutschow. The architect and historian has worked in Nepal for several decades.

3sat, April 29, 2015


Darmstädter Echo reports on Niels Gutschow's work in Nepal

Local newspaper Darmstädter Echo publishes a piece on the work of Cluster member Prof Dr. Niels Gutschow restoring temples in Nepal. Prof. Gutschow has worked in the country since the 1960s.

Darmstädter Echo, April 29, 2015


Radio Stations broadcast Interviews with Andreas Margara

Radio stations Deutschlandradio Kultur and Domradio publish interviews with former Cluster member Andreas Margara. The historian speaks about the commemoration of the Vietnam War by the Vietnamese people.

Deutschlandradio Kultur, April 30, 2015
Domradio, April 30, 2015


SWR relays SAI Call for Donations

Regional broadcasting company Südwestrundfunk (SWR) mentions the South Asia Institute's call for donations in an article. The piece features information on various initiatives in favour of the victims of the earthquake in Nepal.

SWR, April 28, 2015


Various Media quote Axel Michaels

A number of German newspapers quote Cluster Director Prof. Axel Michaels in articles on the consequences of the earthquake in Nepal. Prof. Michaels talks about the earthquake's impact on tourism in the country.

SPIEGEL ONLINE, April 29, 2015
Bild, April 30, 2015
Frankfurter Neue Presse, April 29, 2015
Ludwigsburger Kreiszeitung, April 28, 2015

Passauer Neue Presse, April 28, 2015

Badische Zeitung, April 29, 2015


FAZ published Article by Christian Förster

German national newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) published a full page article by Prof. Dr. Christian Förster (Transcultural Studies). Under the title "Die Folgen von Agent Orange" (The consequences of Agent Orange), he addresses the jurisdiction in Korea and the USA in the aftermath of the Vietnam War.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 28 April 2015


ARD Brennpunkt on Nepal with Axel Michaels

TV Station ARD broadcasted an interview with Prof. Axel Michaels in the telecast "Brennpunkt". The Cluster co-director talks about the consequences of the earthquake in Nepal, especially on tourism in the country.

ARD Brennpunkt, April 27, 2015


RNZ reports on SAI Activities in Nepal and Call for Donations

The local newspaper Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung publishes an article about members of the South Asia Institute (SAI) in Nepal. It also mentions the SAI call for donations in favour of an "Early Childhood Development Center" in Budhanilkantha, Nepal. The article features Cluster member Prof. Marcus Nüsser.

Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, April 28, 2015


Deutschlandfunk publishes Interview with Axel Michaels

Radio station Deutschlandfunk broadcasts an interview with Prof. Axel Michaels. The Cluster co-director talks about the importance of the religious sites destroyed by the earthquake in Nepal and about possibilities of rebuilding them.

Deutschlandfunk, April 27, 2015


FAZ Article on Nepal by Cluster Members

German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) publishes an article by Cluster members Prof. Niels Gutschow, Prof. Axel Michaels and Prof. Marcus Nüsser. They report on the destruction of temples during the earthquake in Nepal in their piece "Auch die Götter sind obdachlos geworden".

Franfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, April 28, 2015


Swiss Television broadcasts Interview with Thomas Maissen

Swiss broadcasting company SRF has aired an interview with Prof. Dr. Thomas Maissen on the weekly show "Schawinski". In the interview, Maissen talks about his recent book on Swiss founding myths, "Schweizer Heldengeschichten - Und was dahinter steckt". Prof. Dr. Thomas Maissen is a former director of the Cluster and is currently heading the German Institute of History in Paris.

Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen, April 20, 2015


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