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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.

Dutch Newspaper reports about Symposium in Utrecht

Dutch newspaper "Reformatorisch Dagblad" reported about the symposium "Religion in Urban Contexts" held by Junior Research Group B21 "Pentecostalism" in cooperation with the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Utrecht University.

Reformatorisch Dagblad, 1 April 2016


ORF2 interviews Eliane Ettmüller

Austrian TV station ORF2 invited Dr. Eliane Ettmüller, Associate Member of the Cluster "Asia and Europe", to a talk show within its programme "Kulturmontag". Eliane Ettmüller tells about her experiences as manager of the largest refugee accommodation in Vienna. She pursued her PhD in Islamic Studies as part of the Cluster's research project "Asian Satire and the Search for Identity in the Era of Colonialism and Imperialism".

ORF2, 14 March 2016


Bild der Wissenschaft cites Joseph Maran

German monthly magazine "Bild der Wissenschaft" published an article on the "Spanish Troy" citing Prof. Dr. Joseph Maran. It discusses new archaeological findings in Spain from the El Argar culture (2200 BC).

Bild der Wissenschaft, 15 March 2016


Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung reports about Research Prize

German newspaper Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung reported about the Anneliese Maier Research Prize, that was awarded to Prof. Sumathi Ramaswamy in 2016 by the Humboldt Foundation. Ramaswamy will conduct research at the Heidelberg Centre for Transcultural Studies with Prof. Christiane Brosius, Prof. Barbara Mittler and Prof. Monica Juneja.

Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, 9 March 2016


Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung publishes article by Axel Michaels

German national newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) published an article by Prof. Axel Michaels on India's educational system and the recent conflict between the hindu-nationalist government and University intellectuals.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 24 February 2016


Frankfurter Rundschau reports about "Elderscapes" project

German newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau published an article about the transmedia project "Elderscapes. Ageing in Urban South Asia" that presents short films, text and sound files on an interactive website. The project was developed by Annika Mayer, Roberta Mandoki and Jakob Gross under supervision of Prof. Christiane Brosius (Project B19 "Ageing in a Transcultural Context").

Frankfurter Rundschau, 22 February 2016


Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung reports about "Elderscapes"

German newspaper Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung published an article about the transmedia project "Elderscapes. Ageing in Urban South Asia" that presents short films, text and sound files on an interactive website. The project is one result of project B19 "Ageing in a Transcultural Context" and was developed by Annika Mayer, Roberta Mandoki and Jakob Gross under supervision of Prof. Christiane Brosius.

Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, 10 February 2016


Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung reports about CATS

German newspaper Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung (RNZ) reported about the construction of the Centre for Asian and Transcultural Studies.

Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, 2 February 2016


SRF interviews Barbara Mittler on Music of China's Cultural Revolution

The Swiss Radio and Television (SRF) broadcast a programme on the music of Mao’s Cultural Revolution, in which Prof. Barbara Mittler shared her expertise in Chinese music and cultures.

SRF, January 15, 2016


Ruperto Carola publishes an article by Prof. Mittler and Prof. Maissen

The research journal “Ruperto Carola” publishes an article by Prof. Barbara Mittler and Prof. Thomas Maissen. The article “Out of the Darkness into the Light – Epochal Changes in China and Europe” discusses on how the intellectual and political groups in Europe and China used the imagery of light and dark in the making of historical periodisations.

Ruperto Carola, issue 7


NWZ reports on the Höffmann Award for Axel Michaels

The Oldenburg-based newspaper Nordwest-Zeitung published a report on the Höffmann Award for Prof. Axel Michaels. Established by entrepreneur Hans Höffmann, the 10.000-euro price is awarded to candidate with outstanding works in the fields of intercultural competence.

Nordwest-Zeitung, January 12, 2016


epd reports on the Höffmann Award for Axel Michaels

The news agency epd (Evangelischer Pressedienst) reported on awarding of the Höffmann Award to Prof. Axel Michaels for his intercultural engagement. The Höffmann Academic Award for Intercultural Competence, sponsored by the Vechta based travel company Höffmann Reisen GmbH, comes with a cash prize of 10,000 euros. It is conferred annually by the University of Vechta.

epd Landesdienste, January 11, 2016


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