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Vorankündigung New Series: Romain Rolland Studies ed. by Marina Ortrud M. Hertrampf

For a long time, Romain Rolland (1866-1944) received little attention in German-language research. For some years now, however, more and more researchers have been dealing with his comprehensive essayistic, biographical and narrative work. The forthcoming series "Romain Rolland Studien / Études Romain Rolland" will therefore be the first scholarly series devoted specifically to the study of Romain Rolland, his work and his influence. The first volume brings together the proceedings of the first Passau Romain Rolland Colloquium on the topic "Frieden! Pazifistische Gedanken im Umkreis von Romain Rolland" and illustrates the supra-temporal relevance of Romain Rolland's messages of peace and his tireless call for humanitarian behaviour.



Our new publications
Logo:Autofiction(s) et scandale
Jacobi, Claudia / Ott, Christine / Schönwälder, Lena (Hrsg.) Autofiction(s) et scandale 24,80 €
Logo:Voyage au pays de Lénine
Dogbeh, Richard Voyage au pays de Lénine 23,00 €
Logo:"Das war so unser Leben“
Schomann, Stefan / Liebner, Petra / Bresgott, Hans-Christian (Hg.) "Das war so unser Leben“ 41,00 €
Logo:Gärten in der Musik, Musik in den Gärten
Krull, Wilhelm / Wolschke-Bulmahn, Joachim (Hg.) Gärten in der Musik, Musik in den Gärten 23,00 €
Logo:Grenzen und Brücken in der Romania
Harjus, Jannis / Autelli, Erica / Hassler, Gabriele / Konzett-Firt Grenzen und Brücken in der Romania 42,00 €



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„Das war so unser Leben“

About one hundred contemporary witnesses of the GDR Red Cross have given information about their life in the Red Cross over several years. The forthcoming volume in the series Beiträge zur Rotkreuzgeschichte (Contributions to Red Cross History) presents a large cross-section of these testimonies, both as a historical self-assurance of the Red Cross and as part of the everyday and social history of the GDR.



We are on site again!

We are pleased to be present at conferences again for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. You will find us in September in Innsbruck at the IXth working conference "Romance-German and Intra-Romance Language Comparison" and in Vienna at the 13th Frankoromanistentag.



Forum Junge Romanistik

Volumes 22 ((Un-)Sichtbarkeiten) and 23 (Zentrum und Peripherie) of the Forum Junge Romanistik series are now also available in Open Access on our website.


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