His great musical curiosity gave the baritone an early reputation as a singer with the most interesting repertoire of his field. After engagements in Ulm and Freiburg, he has been a guest at many important national and international opera houses such as the Theater an der Wien, the Vienna Volksoper, the Teatro Real in Madrid, the Opéra National de Lyon, the Staatsoper Berlin, the Deutsche Oper am Rhine, Staatsoper Hannover and festivals such as the Ruhrtriennale and the Schwetzingen Festival since1999 In June 2014 he debuted with great success at the Staatsoper Munich in a new production of Zimmermann's soldier (Kirill Petrenko / Director: Andreas Kriegenburg). Recently he was seen in Calixto Bieitos production of Janáček AUS EINEM TOTENHAUS at the Staatsstheater in Nuremberg. With Zimmermann's soldiers, he will make his debut at the Teatro Real in Madrid in the spring of 2018. Besides the opera, Wolfgang Newerla focuses on the concert sector.
This article is part of a series of short stories published in the Journal of Science, Humanities and Arts by the young author Zazie-Charlotte Pfeiffer, who received the "Jean-Paul“ Award in 2013 and the "Tom Sawyer" Award in 2012 for her work. She already published two short stories in JOSHA: "Prom Night" (published in Volume 4, Issue 1/English) and "Nachts" (published in Volume 4, Issue 2/German). The following story is written in English. Special thanks to Theodora Pfeiffer for supporting this publication by proof-reading! What are we afraid of? Is it the idea of leaving our usual paths? Is it uncertainty or simply the acceptance that we can never have complete control over everything? Clara lives between the worlds of acceptance, uncertainty, and control without being part of any of them. In this special night, she meets someone from another world. Someone who can fly like a bird. Someone who is brave enough to dream. Someone who makes her feel less alone. Someone special...
The book of the „wise gardener and he kind tree“ reminds children manners of achieving goals and techniques for gaining success in the form of fiction.
The Journal of Science, Humanities, and Arts is happy to announce that we will take part at the upcoming Frankfurt Book Fair, opening on October 11th, 2017 at the Frankfurt Trade Fair grounds in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. We are very proud of being part of such an important event and share our significant mission with the thousands of visitors that the fair receives every year. We will be showing, for instance, the full features of our software, our current main work, the Demetrios project, and information about the International Academy of Science, Humanities and Arts IAHSA, among others. Come to visit us at stand number 4.2 A 42. We look forward to receiving you at our stand to have interesting interactions, explain you our important work, answer all your questions and get feedback from you that will helps us to improve JOSHA constantly.
With the September 2017 issue, JOSHA goes beyond being an electronic journal by introducing the new ‘Print on demand’ feature. This feature enables you to order a printed version of your favorite articles. The ‘print on demand’ feature is available for all individual articles with an option also to combine multiple articles from various issues and customize them into one. The printed version can be ordered by clicking on the ‘Order Print on Demand’ button below every published article. The print request can be completed by filling the form which appears when the ‘Print on demand’ button is clicked. You can order any number of copies. After you place your order you will receive a quote regarding the cost of printing your selection. There is also an option for a custom-designed cover page, which you might need for your thesis. This service is also available for manuscripts, theses and any type of work submitted and deposited only in the JOSHA archive.
In JOSHA, many different disciplines come together in one place to create an extremely interesting issue including 10 different manuscripts with topics covering philosophy, medicine, architecture, artificial intelligence and special topics. In the present issue, JOSHA also proudly presents the Demetrios Project. It’s an ambitious multicultural, multilingual, multidisciplinary project that seeks to make knowledge widely available in all languages, for all countries and in all fields: sciences, humanities, law, arts and many others areas of discovery, creativity as well as critical analysis. In the present issue, the project is presented in 10 different languages: French, German, English, Spanish, Albanian, Persian, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian and Hungarian, and more languages will come in the upcoming issues.
International Academy of Science, Humanities and Arts, IASHA e.V. Freiburg, Deutschland The JOSHA Demetrios Project With the July 2017 issue, JOSHA is starting the Demetrios Project. We chose Demetrios of Phaleron, a student of Theophrastus and most probably of Aristotle, as the name patron of our project. Demetrios was instrumental in establishing the ancient Library of Alexandria, probably the largest and most significant library of the ancient world covering all aspects of Science, Humanities and the Arts in many different languages. It is our objective to open up JOSHA as a universally accessible, open access library to all languages and countries. JOSHA will focus initially on publishing and provide open-access to textbooks in any field of Science, Humanities and the Arts, to students and readers worldwide. JOSHA will publish textbooks in any language after appropriate peer review by experts in the field knowledgeable of the respective language.
The International Academy of Sciences, Humanities and Arts (IASHA) e.V., a registered society located in Freiburg, Germany was founded on June 20th, 2015. The Academy is pursuing exclusively and immediately charitable objectives to foster the advancement of sciences, humanities and arts. According to its by-laws, the Academy is reporting annually on its activities and financial status. The year 2016 is the first complete fiscal year after the foundation of IASHA e.V. The Annual Report of the International Academy of Sciences, Humanities and Arts (IASHA) e.V. was unanimously approved at the Annual Meeting of IASHA on June 6th, 2017. The homepage of the Academy can be found under https://iasha.org . If you would like to join IASHA as a member, please fill out the contact form on the homepage or send a mail asking for membership to email@example.com.
This short paper reflects on the attitudes that modern society has towards death, which affect and form the language that we use to describe death. The key domains of concern to the dying are described, as well as the patterns of social interactions. It explores how the visual arts can offer an alternate and cathartic form of communication of death, as shown by the patient experience with cancer. Ultimately, it encourages us to view medicine as an art, and also art as medicine.
Many universities have one or several doctoral colleges that train up to several hundreds of students. But different to undergrad students these PhD students are usually not part of any social groups or classes within the university. So it is the job of the PhD students itself to gather and share their experiences and expertise when it comes to start a new project or to wrap up your thesis and submit it to the final examination. At many universities PhD student representation is done by enthusiastic students that want to help their peers. This comment aims to outline the daily duty of student representatives. The subtitle “Bridging the gap between science, service and politics” outlines the vast opportunities a student representation has. Motivated students are able to organize conferences or science days, they can organize get togethers and horizontal transfer of ideas and methods, but they are also able to influence policy making at the university.