24 Works

Art is Serious, Life is Serene

Lilli I. Förster

Foucault und die Affekte : Warum uns genealogische Kritiken affizieren

Dominik Herold
In my paper I draw the connection between Michel Foucault’s way of using genealogy as a criticalmethod and the role of affects. I argue that genealogy as critique works because of its affectivedimension insofar as it offers us an experience of thinking and acting differently once we have beenconfronted with the genealogical text. Foucauldian genealogies tell us stories about power relations andsubjectivations that take their starting point from a current political problem. I show that...

OneGeochemistry: Enabling a coordinated online global network of multiple distributed geochemical repositories and databases

Kerstin Annette Lehnert , Lesley Wyborn , Dominik Hezel , Alexander Prent , Kirsten Elger , Geertje ter Maat , Marthe Klöcking & Jens Klump
Since the discipline of ‘geochemistry’ was first defined in 1838, geochemical data has been pervasively acquired and used in the Earth, environmental and planetary sciences and become fundamental for understanding past, present, and future processes in natural systems. Initially, geochemical data was published in hard-copy literature, but as analytical systems became computerised, major digital databases emerged (EarthChem, PetDB, OZCHEM and GEOROC) which revolutionised data access. They have proven the power of re-use of geochemical data...

Pre-Variscan (Lower Devonian) deformation of the Silurian magmatic arc of the East Odenwald (Mid-German Crystalline Zone, Variscides)

Henri Paul Meinaß , Wolfgang Dörr & Eckardt Stein
The Böllstein Odenwald is forming a large anticline of mainly pre-Devonian rock in the Mid-German Crystalline Zone (MCGZ). The contact between core and schist envelope of the anticline is well exposed at Weichberg quarry. Metasedimentary rocks of the schist envelope are intruded by granodioritic sills of a Silurian magmatic arc, showing at least two folding phases: Recumbent tight isoclinal folds are overprinted by upright gentle folds. A pegmatite dike, intruding at 411 ±2 Ma (U-Pb...

\"Es geht ja darum: Was wollen wir!\"

Nadja Althaus, Karin Kämpfe & Sabine Andresen
Was brauchen Kinder und Jugendliche zum guten Leben? Was ist ihnen wichtig? Zu welchen Themen wollen sie gefragt und gehört werden? Und wie könnten solche Befragungen aussehen? Das haben Jugendliche unseres JugendExpert:innenTeams mit anderen Jugendlichen in Peer2Peer-Workshops diskutiert. Denn junge Menschen wollen gefragt und gehört werden und in Belangen, die sie betreffen, mitentscheiden. Das findet aber vielfach nicht statt. Die Publikation bietet einen ersten Einblick in die Herangehensweise sowie die wissenschaftlichen Auswertungen der ersten Online-Workshops...

Das Leben von jungen Menschen in der Corona-Pandemie

Sabine Andresen, Lea Heyer, Anna Lips, Tanja Rusack, Wolfgang Schröer, Severine Thomas & Johanna Wilmes
Wie sieht das Leben von jungen Menschen in der Corona-Pandemie aus? Wie geht es ihnen und was macht ihnen Sorgen? Diesen Fragen gehen Jugendforscher:innen der Universitäten Hildesheim und Frankfurt am Main mit den beiden „Online-Befragungen zu Erfahrungen und Perspektiven von jungen Menschen während der Corona-Maßnahmen“ (JuCo I und II) auf den Grund. Im April/Mai und im November 2020 haben sie junge Menschen zwischen 15 und 30 Jahren befragt. Mit der vorliegenden Publikation legen sie eine...

DEI Excavations on the Southwestern Slope of Mount Zion (2015–2019)

Dieter Vieweger, Jennifer Zimni, Friederike Schöpf & Michael Wuerz
The excavations of the GPIA Mount Zion project are located around the Protestant Cemetery in Jerusalem. Three areas reveal archaeological remains dating from the Iron Age II up until the Islamic period. After reinvestigating the area of the »Gate of the Essenes« the GPIA excavated further living quarter structures, mainly dating into the Early Roman as well as into the Byzantine era. The results shed new light on the course of the ancient city walls...

Climatic Fluctuations in the Early and Middle Copper Age - First Isotope Investigations at the Water Supply of Los Millares in SE Spain

Anorte Elisabeth Jakowski , Andrea Schröder-Ritzrau & José Miguel Alonso Blanco
The Copper Age fortification of Los Millares is located 15 km north of Almería in Andalusia. At least between 3,541 BC (+/- 92 years) and 2,591 BC (+/- 22 years) there existed a water conduit, the so-called "aqueduct of Los Millares", with which water was conveyed to the settlement from a spring located about 1.25 km outside. U and Sr isotope analyses of groundwater samples in the catchment area as well as of the calcareous...

Die Ästhetik herrschaftserhaltenden Regierens : Zur Einordnung persistenter machtpolitischer, rhetorischer Strategien in Machiavellis Il Principe

Daphne Tokas
Anti-democratic resistance is not uncommonly relied on critical theorems which design a model against domination. A look at the conditions of the sphere of influence in which Niccolò Machiavelli’s „Principe“ moved, who has become famous in political theory, must be astonishing in this context: it was different from today’s political sphere of influence of democratic states, but it produced similar political behavioral preferences – the stategical preservation of power. Whether it is a democratic system...

„#monthoftherosary“

Viera Pirker
Auf Social Network Sites werden religiöse und spirituelle Praktiken formuliert, konturiert und inszeniert; Kommunikation und Bildpraktiken werden entlang plattformspezifischer Affordanzen entwickelt und erweitert. Im vorliegenden Beitrag zur empirischen Religionsforschung wird ein Einzelbild eines römisch-katholisch kommunizierenden Instagram-Accounts mit der dokumentarischen Methode theologisch rekonstruiert. Der Umgang mit Visualität in Social Network Sites erfordert die Berücksichtigung visueller, textlicher, kommunikativer und technologischer Perspektiven. Die Analyse berührt verschiedene Fragen zur Darstellung von Katholizität sowie nach damit verbundenen Interessen und Leitlinien....

Learning Analytics Anwendungen für den Hochschuleinsatz

Tim Steuer, Oliver Herrmann, Christoph Rensing & Hendrik Drachsler

Alterations at the post-Variscan nonconformity: implications of Permo-Carboniferous surface weathering and burial diagenesis (Sprendlinger Horst, Germany)

Fei Liang, Jun Niu, Adrian Linsel, Matthias Hinderer , Dirk Scheuvens & Rainer Petschick
Technical University of Darmstadt, Material and Geosciences, Institute of Applied Geosciences, Darmstadt, Germany (1); Faculty of Petroleum, China University of Petroleum-Beijing, Karamay, Xinjiang, China (2); Faculty of Geosciences/ Geography, Goethe-University, Frankfurt, Germany (3)

The post-Variscan nonconformity formed due to the denudation of the Variscan orogen which had taken place between Devonian and early Permian. The widespread post-Variscan nonconformity in central Europe represents an important first-order bounding surface. In this study, the petrological, mineralogical, and...

Half-precession signals in Lake Ohrid and their spatial and temporal connection to proxy records in the European realmS

Arne Ulfers , Christian Zeeden , Silke Voigt & Wonik Thomas
Lake Ohrid (North Macedonia/Albania) is Europe’s oldest lake and thus is a valuable archive for changes of local (hydro)climate during the last 1.36 million years (e.g., Wagner et al. 2019). During an International Continental Scientific Drilling Program campaign in 2013, geophysical downhole logging by the Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics acquired continuous datasets of physical properties. Additionally, sediment cores from four sites were obtained, the deepest with a length of 570 m (Wagner et al....

Rock alteration at the post-Variscan nonconformity: implications for Permo-Carboniferous surface weathering versus burial diagenesis

Fei Liang , Adrian Linsel , Matthias Hinderer , Jens Hornung , Dirk Scheuvens & Rainer Petschick
Nonconformity surfaces are key features to understand the relations among climate, lithosphere and tectonic movements in Earth history. One of the most prominent stratigraphic surfaces in Central European is the post-Variscan nonconformity separating the metamorphic Variscan basement from non-metamorphic platform deposits starting in the Upper Carboniferous, but more widely distributed since the Permian. This study aimed to analyze and distinguish the physical and chemical processes happening during exposure of the surface as well as during...

Die thrakische Hafenstadt Ainos. Ergebnisse eines interdisziplinären Forschungsprojektes

Thomas Schmidts, Sait Başaran, Andreas Bolten, Helmut Brückner, Heike Bücherl, Anja Cramer, Anca Dan, Martin Dennert, Ercan Erkul, Guido Heinz, Mustafa Koçak, Anna Pint, Martin Seeliger, Ioannis Triantafillidis, Dennis Wilken & Tina Wunderlich
Der Beitrag fasst die Ergebnisse eines von der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) im Rahmen des SPP 1630 von 2012 bis 2018 geförderten Projekts zusammen. Während der Feldkampagnen wurden archäologische, baugeschichtliche, geoarchäologische und geophysikalische Untersuchungen durchgeführt. Der Fokus der Untersuchungen lag auf der topographischen und wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung von Ainos in der Antike, insbesondere in der römischen Kaiserzeit, sowie in der byzantinischen Epoche. Neue Erkenntnisse konnten hinsichtlich der Entwicklung der Stadt und der Lokalisierung von möglichen Hafenstandorten erzielt...

Algorithmen und Neue Medien

Gregor Milicic

Import Price Dynamics in Major Advanced Economies and Heterogeneity in Exchange Rate Pass-Through

Stephane Dees, Matthias Burgert & Nicolas Parent
This paper aims at showing heterogeneity in the degree of exchange rate pass-through to import prices in major advanced economies at three different levels: 1) across destination markets; 2) across types of exporters (distinguishing developed economy from emerging economy exporters); and 3) over time. Based on monthly data over the period 1991–2007, the results show first that large destination markets exhibit the lowest degrees of pass-through. The degree of pass-through for goods imported from emerging...

Host influenced geochemical signature in the parasitic foraminifer Hyrrokkin sarcophaga

Nicolai Schleinkofer , David Evans , Max Wisshak(3) , Janina Vanessa Büscher , Jens Fiebig , André Freiwald , Sven Härter , Horst Marschall , Silke Voigt & Jacek Raddatz
Here, we present element to Ca ratios (Mg/Ca, Sr/Ca, Na/Ca and Mn/Ca) and stable isotope data (δ18O, δ13C) of the parasitic foraminifer Hyrrokkin sarcophaga, collected from two different host organisms, Desmophyllum pertusum - a cold-water coral commonly found in cold-water coral reefs and Acesta excavata - a bivalve associated with cold-water coral reefs. Our results reveal that the geochemical signature in H. sarcophaga is influenced by the host organism. Sr/Ca ratios are 1.1 mmol mol-1...

Age and textural anisotropy of the SCLM derived from studies on xenolithsof the Central European Cenozoic Igneous Province (CECIP)

Michael Abratis, Gerd Brey & Lothar Viereck-Goette

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Georg Rümpker, Ingo Wölbern & Carola Leva
The FOSA (FOgo Seismic Array) project has been carried out from October 2015 to December 2016 to investigate the seismicity of Fogo volcano after its eruption in 2014/2015. Fogo is the only volcano of the Cape Verde archipelago with reported historic eruptions. The eruptions occur frequently with an interval of about 20 years. However, the structure and extent of the related volcanic plumbing system are not well understood. The focus of the FOSA project was...

The \"Endangered Voices\" of the Taiwanese Victims of Japanese Sexual Slavery

Magdalena Zolkos
While the question of justice for the victims of sexual slavery institutionalized by the Japanese Imperial Army during the war has generated great communal and scholarly interest, in Taiwan it remains a pressing and unresolved concern what implications this traumatic history has had for the consolidation of the postcolonial and post-authoritarian publics. This is not only because the sexual enslavement of Taiwanese women unfolded before the backdrop of Japan’s colonization of Taiwan, in particular of...

Kinder- und Jugendbeteiligung im Lausitzer Strukturwandel. Anschlussfähige und rechtskonforme Wege für eine gelingende Partizipation

David Löw Beer, Christoph Anders, Philipp B. Donath, Victoria Luh, Dominik Ringler & Michael Rocher
Für die Lausitz ist der Kohleausstieg mit einem umfassenden Strukturwandel verbunden. Aktuelle Entscheidungen werden die Region für die nächsten Jahrzehnte prägen. Wegen des angestiegenen Altersdurchschnitts sowie Umfragen, die eine weiterhin hohe Abwanderungsbereitschaft signalisieren (Heidig & Bischoff, 2021), wird in Dokumenten und Debatten zum Strukturwandel betont, wie wichtig es ist, die Lausitz attraktiv für junge Menschen zu gestalten. Die Beteiligung von Kindern und Jugendlichen * kann den Strukturwandelprozess verbessern, weil Ideen junger Menschen neue Impulse geben....

Musical Empathy in Digital Space

Magdalena Zorn
Due to recent developments in socio-cultural as well as technological terms, music is increasingly being revealed as a phenomenon of digital spaces and information technology. During the pandemic, when musical life took place almost exclusively online, a tremendous reinforcement and acceleration of this process was experienced.

Age and textural anisotropy of the SCLM derived from studies on xenolithsof the Central European Cenozoic Igneous Province (CECIP)

Michael Abratis, Gerd Brey & Lothar Viereck-Goette

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