2010

Author: Massimo Mastrogregori
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110341743
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2010 from the Author: Massimo Mastrogregori. Die Bibliographie verzeichnet jährlich die bedeutendsten Neuerscheinungen geschichtswissenschaftlicher Monographien und Zeitschriftenartikel weltweit, die inhaltlich von der Vor- und Frühgeschichte bis zur jüngsten Vergangenheit reichen. Innerhalb der systematischen Gliederung nach Zeitalter, Region oder historischer Disziplin sind die Werke nach Autorennamen oder charakteristischem Titelhauptwort aufgelistet.

17 Und 18 Jahrhundert

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Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110314673
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17 Und 18 Jahrhundert from the Author: . The second volume, which was revised in collaboration with the original author, focuses on the German language during the period of absolutism and the cultivation of language for the educated middle class. Through its unique interweaving of language history, cultural history and social history, this textbook addresses the needs of researchers and students from a broad range of disciplines.

Ein Franke In Venedig

Author: Helmut Glück
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag
ISBN: 9783447054034
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Ein Franke In Venedig from the Author: Helmut Glück. Venedig bietet besondere Einblicke in die Losung von Fremdsprachenproblemen im Mittelalter und der Fruhen Neuzeit. Durch ihren Handel mit dem Ausland florierte die Stadt. Die einheimischen Kaufleute betrieben Handel uber viele Sprachgrenzen hinweg und die auswartigen, vorubergehend anwesenden Handelsleute kamen aus halb Europa. Fremdsprachenkompetenzen waren fur diesen Berufstand unerlasslich. Ein wichtiger Handelspartner Venedigs war die Reichsstadt Nurnberg. So waren im "Deutschen Haus" in Venedig, dem "Fondaco die Tedeschi," neben Augsburgern, Kolnern und Regensburgern am haufigsten Kaufleute aus Nurnberg vertreten. Diese lebendige Welt der reiselustigen Gewurz-, Stoff- und Schmuckhandler des spaten Mittelalters hatte neben wirtschaftlichen und politischen Grundlagen eine sprachlich-kulturelle Basis: man lernte die Sprache des Partners. Handschriftliche Quellen beweisen, dass es in Venedig im 15. Jh. institutionellen Deutschunterricht gab. Das alteste heute bekannte Manuskript, das dem Unterricht im Deutschen als Fremdsprache diente, stammt aus dem Jahr 1424. Es wurde in Venedig niedergeschrieben. Neben italienisch-deutschem Vokabular enthalt es Handelsdialoge und Erklarungen zu verschiedenen Bereichen der deutschen Grammatik. Der Verfasser der Handschrift ist nicht genannt, doch in den Dialogen ist von einem gewissen Georg (Iorg) die Rede. Dieser junge Mann aus Nurnberg betrieb an der Rialtobrucke in der Nahe des "Fondaco dei Tedeschi" eine Schule fur Wirtschaftdeutsch. Georg von Nurnberg ist wohl einer der ersten Unternehmer, der sein Geld damit verdiente, Anderssprachigen Deutsch beizubringen.

Linguisten Handbuch

Author: Wilfried Kürschner
Publisher: Gunter Narr Verlag
ISBN: 9783823350019
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Linguisten Handbuch from the Author: Wilfried Kürschner.

Fremde Sprachen In Fr Hneuzeitlichen St Dten

Author: Mark Häberlein
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag
ISBN: 9783447061926
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Fremde Sprachen In Fr Hneuzeitlichen St Dten from the Author: Mark Häberlein. In konkreten Fallstudien zu mitteleuropaischen Stadten (Augsburg, Nurnberg, Ravensburg, Freiburg i.Br., Basel, Zurich, Luneburg) untersuchen die Beitrage des von Mark Haberlein herausgegebenen Bandes Formen und Praktiken des Fremdsprachenerwerbs zwischen dem 15. und 18. Jahrhundert. Sie thematisieren das Sprachenlernen von Patrizier- und Kaufmannssohnen im Ausland, die Lebensbedingungen und die Rechtsstellung von Sprachmeistern in fruhneuzeitlichen Stadten sowie Konzeption, Druck und Verbreitung von Lehrwerken fur den Unterricht. Erstmals werden damit die Stadtgeschichte und die Geschichte des Fremdsprachenlernens in der Fruhen Neuzeit systematisch aufeinander bezogen.

Mach Dich Auf Und Werde Licht Celies Nu Topi Gaiss

Author: Christiane Schiller
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz
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Mach Dich Auf Und Werde Licht Celies Nu Topi Gaiss from the Author: Christiane Schiller. Ernst Gluck kann in vielerlei Hinsicht als eine der eindrucksvollsten Personlichkeiten des ausgehenden 17. Jahrhunderts im Baltischen Raum gelten. Geboren 1654 in Wettin bei Halle (Saale) hat er als Pfarrer in Livland die Bibel erstmals ins Lettische ubersetzt. Er ist somit fur die Letten das, was Luther fur die Deutschen war. In Russland, wohin er als Kriegsgefangener wahrend des Nordischen Krieges geraten war, erwarb er sich grosse Verdienste als Grunder des ersten russischen Gymnasiums, und nicht zuletzt war er Ziehvater von Martha Skowronska, die spater als Zarin Katharina I. den russischen Thron bestieg. In diesem Tagungsband zeichnen Historiker, Theologen, Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaftler aus der Bundesrepublik, dem Baltikum und Russland in ihren Beitragen wichtige Lebensstationen Ernst Glucks nach, und versuchen so ein umfassendes Bild von dessen Leben und Werk zu vermitteln.

German Through English Eyes

Author: Nicola McLelland
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz
ISBN: 9783447101486
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German Through English Eyes from the Author: Nicola McLelland. McLelland's pioneering study charts the history of foreign language learning and teaching in the UK over five centuries (1500-2000), taking German as her case study. From the first grammar of German for English speakers, published in 1680, McLelland traces the growth in interest in German for travel and trade, and its rapid increase in prestige in the eighteenth century as a language of literary merit, before German became established in schools and universities from the second quarter of the nineteenth century onwards. Taking hundreds of textbooks as her primary sources, as well as the pronouncements of teachers, examiners and policy-makers, McLelland considers the changing reasons for teaching and learning German, and the consequent changes in teaching methods (including the influence of the Reform Movement around 1900, innovations such as language laboratories, and, more recently, the communicative approach). She analyses changes in how the German language was presented, including advances in how the sound system and word order were described. Finally, and crucially, she considers how German culture and history have been represented to English-speaking learners, particularly over the past hundred years, a century of troubled Anglo-German cultural relations. A chronological bibliography of several hundred textbooks for the period 1600-2000 will serve as a stimulus for further research.

Handbook Of Interpersonal Communication

Author: Gerd Antos
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110211394
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Handbook Of Interpersonal Communication from the Author: Gerd Antos. Interpersonal communication (IC) is a continuous game between the interacting interactants. It is a give and take - a continuous, dynamic flow that is linguistically realized as discourse as an on-going sequence of interactants' moves. Interpersonal communication is produced and interpreted by acting linguistically, and this makes it a fascinating research area. The handbook, Interpersonal Communication , examines how interactants manage to exchange facts, ideas, views, opinions, beliefs, emotion, etc. by using the linguistic systems and the resources they offer. In interpersonal communication, the fine-tuning of individuals' use of the linguistic resources is continuously probed. The language used in interpersonal communication enhances social relations between interactants and keeps the interaction on the normal track. When interaction gets off the track, linguistic miscommunication may also destroy social relationships. This volume is essentially concerned with this fine-tuning in discourse, and how it is achieved among various interactant groups. The volume departs from the following fundamental questions: How do interpersonal relations manifest themselves in language? What is the role of language in developing and maintaining relationships in interpersonal communication? What types of problems occur in interpersonal communication and what kind of strategies and means are used to solve them? How does linguistically realized interpersonal communication interact with other semiotic modes? Interpersonal communication is seen and researched from the perspective of what is being said or written, and how it is realized in various generic forms. The current research also gives attention to other semiotic modes which interact with the linguistic modes. It is not just the social roles of interactants in groups, the possible media available, the non-verbal behaviors, the varying contextual frames for communication, but primarily the actual linguistic manifestations that we need to focus upon when we want to have a full picture of what is going on in human interpersonal communication. It is this linguistic perspective that the volume aims to present to all researchers interested in IC. The volume offers an overview of the theories, methods, tools, and resources of linguistically-oriented approaches, e.g. from the fields of linguistics, social psychology, sociology, and semiotics, for the purpose of integration and further development of the interests in IC., Topics e.g.: Orientation to interaction as primarily linguistically realized processes Expertise on theorizing and analyzing cultural and situational contexts where linguistic processes are realized Expertise on handling language corpora Expertise on theorizing and analyzing interaction types as genres Orientation to an integrated view of linguistic and non-linguistic participant activities and of how interactants generate meanings and interact with space Expertise on researching the management of the linguistic flow in interaction and its successfulness.

Habsburg Lemberg

Author: Markian Prokopovych
Publisher: Purdue University Press
ISBN: 1557535108
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Habsburg Lemberg from the Author: Markian Prokopovych. When Austria annexed Galicia during the first partition of Poland in 1772, the province's capital, Lemberg, was a decaying Baroque town. By the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, Lemberg had become a booming city with a modern urban and, at the same time, distinctly Habsburg flavor. In the process of the "long" nineteenth century, both Lemberg's appearance and the use of public space changed remarkably. The city center was transformed into a showcase of modernity and a site of conflicting symbolic representations, while other areas were left decrepit, overcrowded, and neglected. Habsburg Lemberg: Architecture, Public Space, and Politics in the Galician Capital, 1772–1914 reveals that behind a variety of national and positivist historical narratives of Lemberg and of its architecture, there always existed a city that was labeled cosmopolitan yet provincial; and a Vienna, but still of the East. Buildings, streets, parks, and monuments became part and parcel of a complex set of culturally driven politics.

The Languages Of Gift In The Early Middle Ages

Author: Wendy Davies
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521515173
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The Languages Of Gift In The Early Middle Ages from the Author: Wendy Davies. This book is a collection of original essays on gift in the early Middle Ages, from Anglo-Saxon England to the Islamic world. Focusing on the languages of gift, the essays reveal how early medieval people visualized and thought about gift, and how they distinguished between the giving of gifts and other forms of social, economic, political and religious exchange. The same team, largely, that produced the widely cited The Settlement of Disputes in Early Medieval Europe (Cambridge University Press, 1986) has again collaborated in a collective effort that harnesses individual expertise in order to draw from the sources a deeper understanding of the early Middle Ages by looking at real cases, that is at real people, whether peasant or emperor. The culture of medieval gift has often been treated as archaic and exotic; in this book, by contrast, we see people going about their lives in individual, down-to-earth and sometimes familiar ways.