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Published in Volume 5, Issue 4 -

A Phenomenology of Pain - Eine Phänomenologie des Schmerzes

Claudia Bozzaro

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.4.415

This article draws a phenomenology of pain focusing on four aspects of human existence: body-experience, time-experience, intersubjectivity and self-experience. The pain-experience will be presented from the perspective of the person who suffers. For this the article takes into account not only scientific descriptions of pain but also fictional description in literature and reports from pain-patients.


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Published in Volume 5, Issue 5 -

History of the German philology in Argentina (chapter 4) - GESCHICHTE DER ARGENTINISCHEN GERMANISTIK

Lila Bujaldon de Esteves

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.5.411

This study of the history of German philology in Argentina describes and analyses the period of time between the Revolution of May 1810, which means after the independence of Argentina from Spain, and the 1950s. The study has its focus on the history of the degree program of the University of Buenos Aires. We are going to read about the first professors of German literature at the University in chapter four, five and six. This chapter describes the biography of Mauricio Nierenstein.


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Published in Volume 5, Issue 5 -

History of German Philology in Argentina (Chapter 3) - GESCHICHTE DER ARGENTINISCHEN GERMANISTIK

Lila Bujaldon de Esteves

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.5.410

This study of the history of German philology in Argentina describes and analyses the period of time between the Revolution of May 1810, which means after the independence of Argentina from Spain, and the 1950s. The study has its focus on the history of the degree program of the University of Buenos Aires. At the first chapter, we'll found the history of the science of German language and literature studies and the develop oft he foreign language (among other things, German language) from the colonial era until the first years oft he 20centurys.


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Published in Volume 5, Issue 4 -

History of German Philology in Argentina (Chapter 2) - GESCHICHTE DER ARGENTINISCHEN GERMANISTIK

Lila Bujaldon de Esteves

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.4.409

This study of the history of German philology in Argentina describes and analyses the period of time between the Revolution of May 1810, which means after the independence of Argentina from Spain, and the 1950s. The study has its focus on the history of the degree program of the University of Buenos Aires. In the first chapter, the history of the science of German language and literature studies and the development of foreign language studies are addressed (among other things, German language), covering the period from the colonial era until the first years oft he 20th century.


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Published in Volume 5, Issue 3 -

History of German Philology in Argentina (Chapter 1) - GESCHICHTE DER ARGENTINISCHEN GERMANISTIK

Lila Bujaldon de Esteves

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.3.408

This study of the history of German philology in Argentina describes and analyses the period of time between the Revolution of May 1810, which means after the independence of Argentina from Spain, and the 1950s. The study has its focus on the history of the degree program of the University of Buenos Aires. At the first chapter, we'll found the history of the science of German language and literature studies and the develop oft he foreign language (among other things, German language) from the colonial era until the first years oft he 20centurys.


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Published in Volume 5, Issue 3 -

Orchester with anima. A project with passion - Orchester con anima. Ein Musikprojekt mit Leidenschaft

Pascale Jonczyk, Carola Christ

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.3.404

In January 2018, two students of the Conservatory Freiburg founded the orchestra con anima for young refugees in Freiburg, Germany. Their vision is to provide access to learning a musical instrument for people who might otherwise not be given the chance to do so - as well as to enhance ensemble playing in the orchestra and create space for intercultural exchange, cross-cultural friendships, and development of character through taking on responsibility within a group. The photo in cover: María Sandoval


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Published in Volume 5, Issue 3 -

My memories - Meine Erinnerungen an Günter Hager 1986 - 2017

Erich Schanze

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.3.401

With the experience of a friend's death, happier people are not confronted until later in life. But also here: The message makes speechless. Phrases replace the language. "Mourning work" is only an answer of instrumental reason. Only later memories and names emerge from the fog of memory. The discussion of the memory can be made linguistically at a distance. That´s how, in the following report, Günter Hager appears in the topography of my German journeyman years of the last 30 years. Copyedited 03.04.18


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Published in Volume 5, Issue 2 -

Two friends are conceptualising an opera in 1845 - Zwei Freundinnen entwerfen eine Opernhandlung.

Stephan Seiler

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.2.392

Missed encounters have often been described. Queen Elizabeth of England did not visit her captive rival in the garden of Fotheringhay Castle in 1587. Nor did the imperial commander Albrecht von Wallenstein receive a Swedish subcontractor in the camp of Pilsen in 1634. However, it could have happened. The series of the eight described encounters has taken shape in leisure hours, which a retired Freiburg historian now has more extensively than before. The essays are not about fiction, but about history, which has really happened. Only one should read between the lines because unfortunately, the encounters did not take place in reality. The eight "missed encounters" published by the Freiburg-based historian Prof. Dr. em. Gottfried Schramm will appear in the next few weeks as a series in the Journal of Science, Humanities, and Arts.


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Published in Volume 5, Issue 2 -

Licht aus dem Osten - Light from the East

Stephan Seiler

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.2.384

Gottfried Schramm 1929-2017 "Light from the East" Missed encounters have often been described. Queen Elizabeth of England did not visit her captive rival in the garden of Fotheringhay Castle in 1587. Nor did the imperial commander Albrecht von Wallenstein receive a Swedish subcontractor in the camp of Pilsen in 1634. However, it could have happened. The series of the eight described encounters has taken shape in leisure hours, which a retired Freiburg historian now has more extensively than before. The essays are not about fiction, but about history, which has really happened. Only one should read between the lines because unfortunately, the encounters did not take place in reality. The eight "missed encounters" published by the Freiburg-based historian Prof. Dr. em. Gottfried Schramm will appear in the next few weeks as a series in the Journal of Science, Humanities, and Arts.


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Published in Volume 5, Issue 1 -

Rolling Pumpkin

Mitra Zarif-Kayvan

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.1.379

''The rolling pumpkin'' is a very popular children's fairy tale in Iran which has been orally passed on from one generation to another. Moreover, ''the rolling pumpkin'' has been published as a picture book with Persian text and rhymes in different versions. The fairy tale revolves around an old woman who is strong, courageous and self-confident. She lives completely alone and makes her own living. She embarks alone on a perilous trip to visit her daughter. On the way to the daughter, she encounters dangerous animals. She is scared but resists and defends herself. At the end, she saves her life completely alone with courage, cleverness, and reason. With the support of Ghazaleh Hinzen (Shayan) and Jan Michaelis. This is a preview of the full book, which can be ordered directly from the author or by completing the order form by pressing the "Order Book/Reprint" button.