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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.

Frankfurter Allgmeine Zeitung portrays Monica Juneja

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) published an article on Prof. Monica Juneja (Chair of Global Art History) portraying her life and her research work. The article was released on the occasion of Monica Juneja's 60th birthday.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, December 29, 2015


Campus-TV (RNF) reports on the Hachiman Digital Handscrolls

Campus-TV reports on the Hachiman Digital Handscrolls. It introduces different aspect of the research work and the ongoing seminar on the project, which is headed by Prof. Dr. Melanie Trede and Eric Decker. Campus-TV is broadcast via Rhein-Neckar-Fernsehen (RNF), a private, regional TV station in Metropolitan area Rhein-Neckar.

Campus-TV (RNF), December 17, 2015


Augsburger Allgemeine reports on research by Philipp Stockhammer

Augsburger Allgemeine publishes an article on the research findings by PD Dr. Philipp W. Stockhammer, Prof. Johannes Krause (Jena), and their research group.

Augsburger Allgemeine, December 13, 2015.


Unispiegel reports on the Hachiman Digital Handscrolls

Heidelberg University newspaper ''Unispiegel'' publishes a report on the Hachiman Digital Handscrolls.

Unispiegel, issue 4/2015.


Unispiegel reports on Lautenschläger Research Prize for Axel Michaels

Heidelberg University newspaper ''Unispiegel'' publishes a report on the Lautenschläger Research Prize for Prof. Dr. Axel Michaels.

Unispiegel, issue 4/2015.


RNZ reports on Joachim Quack’s Papyri Restoration Work

Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung publishes an article on the work of Prof. Joachim Quack and some other scholars to reconstruct Egyptian papyri. The article refers to the work as an “expensive scientific ‘treasure hunt’”.

Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, December 8, 2015.


Mannheimer Morgen reports on Award Ceremony for Axel Michaels

Newspaper Mannheimer Morgen prints an article reporting on the Award Ceremony of the Lautenschläger Research Prize for Prof. Axel Michaels. The prize was received from its benefactor Dr. Manfred Lautenschläger and the rector Prof. Dr. Bernhard Eitel.

Mannheimer Morgen, December 7, 2015.


RNZ reports on Lautenschläger Prize Award Ceremony for Axel Michaels

Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung reports on the Award Ceremony of the Lautenschläger Research Prize for Prof. Axel Michaels. The event took place on December 4, in the Great Hall of the Old University. 

Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, December 7, 2015.


RNZ prints an article on a talk by Gerrit Jasper Schenk

Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung publishes an article, reporting on an evening talk by Prof. Gerrit Jasper Schenk (TU Darmstadt) and Prof. Johannes Fried (University Frankfurt) at DAI (The German American Institute). In the event under the title “Want Doomsday?” the two historians gave a highly scientific answer to the question “why is doomsday a successful model. The Cluster’s associate member Prof. Schenk was Junior Research Group Leader.

Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung, December 16, 2015.


The Globe and Mail prints Steven Ivings' comment on Japan's Whaling

The Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail published a comment by Dr. Steven Ivings in print and online regarding the recommencement of Japan’s Antarctic whaling activities. The Globe and Mail is a popular daily newspaper in Canada, which delivers coverage of national, international, business, technology, arts, entertainment and lifestyle news.

The Globe and Mail, December 3, 2015


Chilean journal Porvenir interviewed Daniel Münster

Chilean journal of visual culture Porvenir interviewed Daniel Münster on his research with farming communities in South India. 

Porvenir, November 30, 2015


Süddeutsche Zeitung reports about Michael Falser

Süddeutsche Zeitung published an article announcing a new book by PD Dr. Michael Falser (Global Art History, D18 "Picturesque Modernity"). The publication "Eine Zukunft für unsere Vergangenheit" was launched in 2015 in Berlin. It is edited by Michael Falser together with Prof. Wilfried Lipp (ICOMOS Austria).

Süddeutsche Zeitung, November 13, 2015


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