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Manfred K. H. Eggert

This paper addresses possible research interaction between different disciplines and speciality areas dealing with the human past from Neolithic times to the Middle Ages. In discussing the whole range of disciplinary cooperation from multi- to inter- and transdisciplinarity, it becomes clear that the mode to be adopted in our case is that of interdisciplinarity. Despite the fact that in the last decades this term has lost much of its attractiveness due to its ubiquity in the rhetoric related to research proposals, it remains a powerful instrument of integrated research. Its success, however, depends on the will and ability of all individual participants to transcend the borders of their specific areas of research. Considering the ongoing internal differentiation of research specialities, future interdisciplinary cooperation will certainly demand a considerable amount of energy and broadly based scholarship.

Bild und Latenz

Impulse für eine Didaktik der Bildlatenz

Edited by Anja Pompe

Bilder spielen in allen Schulfächern immer schon eine zentrale Rolle. Die intellektuellen Energien, die in den Bildungs- und Erziehungswissenschaften aufgewendet werden, um Fragen des Einsatzes von Bildern zu beantworten, wirken daher beachtlich. Eingeklammert bleiben dabei bisher jedoch Phänomene der Unsichtbarkeit, obwohl sie grundlegend für alles Bildliche sind. Denn sie gehören zu jener Dimension, die wir als „latent“ bezeichnen. Eine Auseinandersetzung mit den Funktionen von Bildern in Lehrkontexten kann deshalb nur erfolgreich sein, wenn die philosophischen Debatten über „Latenz“, die zwischen dem Zeitalter der Aufklärung und dem frühen 21. Jahrhundert stattgefunden haben, Eingang in die bildungswissenschaftliche Theoriebildung finden.

Erdöl, Plastik, Credit Cards

Anmerkungen zu einer petrochemischen Geld- und Materialkultur


Florian Auerochs

contexts, questions of energy consumption, and, one could add, the electronic waste that surrounds our contemporary worries of what transmission, calculation, and storage mean in a material context.“ 6 Der materielle Unterbau moderner Geldkultur schließt Plastik mit ein, das, dem Bewusstsein immer schon

„es rollt fort“

Energie und Kraft der Dichtung bei Herder

Cornelia Zumbusch

Taking its cue from current work on the “power of images” or the “force of art”, this essay explores the way in which Johann Gottfried Herder uses the terms Energie and Kraft ( energy and force ) to compare and distinguish poetic and pictorial representation. As can be shown in a close

Andreas K. Vetter

„elimination of the city as hierarchy and social model, looking for a new free egalitarian state“ . 6 Der Mensch wandert über die Erde, „rendered homogenous through an energy and information grid […] a network of energy and information extending to every properly inhabitable area […] without protective walls

Painting Berlin

Memory Culture Before and After Unification


Kedron Barrett

. In the landscape-like images, in other words those without figures, vibes whip with apparent random energy across the picture plane, a stage nearly devoid of props save for elements that look like remaining pieces of the Wall. Paintings in 1991 often show a figure walking, a »stalker« in a landscape


Thibaud Martinetti

énergies, suscite l’action, accélère la ruine de l’injustice, change le cours de l’histoire », 14 ce qui en fait aussi son « génie ». Dans Le Peuple , Michelet présente son sujet comme une masse muette. Dominé par l’instinct, il ne connaît pas le raisonnement complexe de l’intellectuel, mais sa pensée et

The “Surprizing”

Permutations of Wonder in the Eighteenth-Century English Novel


Christopher Miller

two traditional accounts of emotion: the Greek Stoic conception of emotions as “evaluative judgments” about persons and things concerned with the individual’s well-being; and the “adversary” idea of emotions as “unthinking energies” and functions of our animal or mechanistic nature. 4 The double

The Socialist Dionysian and Reunification

Letztes aus der DaDaeR (1990), Der Strass (1990), and Das Land hinter dem Regenbogen (1992)


Evan Torner

.« 9 In doing so, they artistically address one of the most basic questions one might ask about the GDR: What pent-up cultural energies were released at the time of the Wende ? What did the GDR repress? The answer to this question lies in the very subjectivities at the center of these films. Meh and

Sylvie Guichard

energy efficiency, he claims that „in the construction field Modernization without Westernization has to be our motto for the conservation of energy sources […] our ancestors had developed an energy-efficient lifestyle that was in tune with the laws of universe“. 9 This anti-westernization discourse is