Contributions to Edited Volumes

Below you will find a list of contributions to edited volumes by our members that were published elsewhere in Germany and around the world. These contributions, too, reflect our research methods and wide-ranging interests in history, regional studies and cultural sciences.

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2022

  • Zeuske, Michael. 2021. "Writing the History of Slavery". In Writing the History of Slavery, edited by David Stefan Doddington and Enrico Dal Lago. Bloomsbury Publishing.
     

2021

  • Ansar, Anas. 2021. In pursuit of resilience: Revisiting migration and gender-based violence amid Covid-19. In The Other Face of Globalisation, edited by Tasneem Siddiqui. Dhakan: RMMRU and University Press Limited. Full chapter here.
  • Feist, Sabine. 2021. “Barrierefreier Zugang? Der Engelspfeiler von Öşk Vank.” In Distant Worlds and Beyond. Special Issue Dedicated to the Graduate School Distant Worlds (2012‒2021), edited by Beatrice Baragli et al., 35–46. Heidelberg: Propylaeum.
  • Feist, Sabine. 2021. “Material Culture.” In A Companion to Byzantine Iconoclasm, edited by Mike Humphreys. Leiden: Brill. [forthcoming]
  • Grube, Nikolai. 2021. “Nostalgic Kings: The Rhetoric of Terminal Classic Maya Inscriptions.” In Maya Kingship. Rupture and Transformation from Classic to Postclassic Times, edited by Tsubasa Okoshi, Arlen F. Chase, Philippe Nondédéo, and M. Charlotte Arnauld, 35–50. Gainesville: Florida University Press.
  • Grube, Nikolai, and Sergio Gómez Chavez. 2021. “Estudio Iconográfico Preliminar de las Caracolas Halladas en el Proyecto Tlalocan.” In Teotihuacán, Ciudad de Agua, Ciudad de Fuego, edited by Matthew Robb, 266–271. Mexico City: Instituto de Antropología e Historia.
  • Gymnich, Marion. 2021. “Two Representations of Homelessness on British Television. Cathy Come Home and Call the Midwife.” In Representing Poverty in the Anglophone Postcolonial World, edited by Verena Jain-Warden and Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp, 245–260. Göttingen: V&R unipress.
  • Hegewald, Julia. 2021. “Architecture and Urbanism as Means of Political Communication: The Case of Chandigarh.” In Humanistische Anthropologie. Ethnologische Begegnungen in einer globalisierten Welt. Festschrift für Christoph Antweiler zu seinem fünfundsechzigsten Geburtstag von seinen Freund*innen und Kolleg*innen, edited by Trang-Dai Vu, Oliver Pye, Hans Dieter Ölschläger, and Günther Distelrath, 431–449 and figures XIX–XXV. Berlin: EB-Verlag.
  • Hegewald, Julia. 2021. “Jainism: Religious Foundations, Venerated Icons and Temple Structures.” In Religioni in Asia. Uno Sguardo Contestuale, edited by Laurent Basanes and Paolo Trianni, 123–134. Rome: Pontificia Università Gregoriana.
  • Hegewald, Julia. 2021. “Extreme Dependency as a Creative Catalyst in Early Indo-Islamic Architecture of the Slave Dynasty.” In “Das alles hier.” Festschrift für Konrad Klaus zum 65. Geburtstag, edited by Ulrike Niklas, Heinz Werner Wessler, Peter Wyzlic, and Stefan Zimmer, 151–174. Heidelberg: Xasia eBooks.
  • Hillner, Julia, and Máirín MacCarron. 2021. “Female Networks and Exiled Bishops between Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages: The Cases of Liberius of Rome and Wilfrid of York.” In Relations of Power. Women’s Networks in the Middle Ages, edited by Rebecca Hardie, Irina Dumitrescu, and Emma O. Bérat, 19–44. Göttingen: V&R unipress. https://doi.org/10.14220/9783737012423.19
  • Hutter, Manfred. 2021. Intersection and Dependency of Christianity as a Minority Religion with and on Zoroastrian Dominance in the Sasanian Empire. In Iraniate and Syriac Christianity in Late Antiquity and the early Islamic Period, edited by Chiara Barbati and Vittorio Berti. Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences.
  • Jarzebowski, Claudia. 2021. “Children. Towards a World History.” In A Cultural History of Youth in the Age of Enlightenment, edited by Adriana Benzaquen. London. [forthcoming]
  • Jarzebowski, Claudia. 2021. “Youth and Emotion in World History, 1450–1600.” In Towards a World History of Youth, edited Stephanie Olsen. London. [forthcoming]
  • Kloß, Sinah. 2021. “Ritualtransfer und Transnationalismus: Zur Konstruktion von Kontexten vor dem Hintergrund transnationaler Migration.” In Kontextwechsel und Bedeutung, edited by Dietrich Boschung, Thierry Greub, Sinah Kloß, and Thoralf Schröder, 193–211, figures 8–10. Leiden: Brill.
  • Münch, Birgit Ulrike. 2021. “Der belgische Dürer. Die Niederlandereise in der Rezeption des 19. Jahrhunderts.” In Dürer war hier. Eine Reise wird Legende, edited by Peter van den Brink, 169–190. Petersberg: Michael Imhof Verlag.
  • Münch, Birgit Ulrike. 2021. “Wo der Citoyen dem Dialog der Toten lauschen sollte: Alexandre Lenoirs Musée des Monuments Français und sein Öffentlichkeitskonzept.” In Transformer le Monument Funéraire. Möglichkeitsräume künstlerischer Überbietung des französischen Monuments im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert, edited by Birgit Ulrike Münch and Wiebke Windorf, 147–171. Heidelberg: arthistoricum.
  • Noack, Karoline. 2021. “Mobilization as Dependency: The Global History of Thought about the Inka State and the Case of Mitimaes in the Cochabamba Valley, Bolivia, as a Hotspot of Early Glocalization.” In Framing Enslavement as Glocal, edited by Youval Rotman, Ehud R. Toledano, Rachel Zelnick-Abramovitz, and Stefan Conermann. [forthcoming
  • Schmidt-Haberkamp, Barbara, and Marion Gymnich. 2021. “Representing Poverty and Precarity in a Postcolonial World: An Introduction.” In Representing Poverty and Precarity in a Postcolonial World, edited by Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp, Marion Gymnich, and Klaus P. Schneider, 1–18. Leiden: Brill.
  • Wiegmink, Pia. 2021. “Race, Slavery, and Emigration in Black Women’s Life Writing.” In African American Literature in Transition, 1830–1850, edited by Benjamin Fagan, 202–220. New York: Cambridge University Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108386067.015
  • Wiegmink, Pia. 2021. “African American Women in Europe.” In In Search of Liberty. African American Internationalism in the Nineteenth-Century Atlantic World, edited by Ronald Angelo Johnson and Ousmane Power-Greene, 253–278. Athens: University of Georgia Press.
  • Wimmler, Jutta. 2021. “Invisible Products of Slavery: American Medicinals and Dyestuffs in the Holy Roman Empire.” In Beyond Exceptionalism. Traces of Slavery and the Slave Trade in Early Modern Germany, 1560–1850, edited by Rebekka von Mallinckrodt, Josef Köstlbauer, and Sarah Lentz, 215–239. Oldenbourg: Walter de Gruyter.
  • Witzenrath, Christoph. 2021. “Versklavung, Befreiung und Legitimität im Moskauer Reich: Avraamij Palicyn und die ʻZeit der Wirren’.” In Die “Alleinherrschaft” der russischen Zaren in der “Zeit der Wirren” in transkultureller Perspektive, edited by Diana Ordubadi and Dittmar Dahlmann, 13–44. Göttingen: V&R unipress.
  • Yaşa, Fırat . 2021. Born and Bred in Seventeenth-Century Crimea: Child Slavery, Social Reality and Cultural Identity. In Children and Childhood in the Ottoman empire. From the 15th to the 20th Century, edited by Gülay Yilmaz and Fruma Zachs, 177–195. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

2020

  • Armond Dias Paes, Mariana. 2020. “Gabriela, Nineteenth-Century Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil).” In As If She Were Free. A Collective Biography of Women and Emancipation in the Americas, edited by Erica Ball, Tatiana Seijas, and Terri L. Snyder, 331–343. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Bartash, Vitali. 2020. “The Early Dynastic Near East.” In The Oxford History of the Ancient Near East. Vol. 1: From the Beginnings to Old Kingdom Egypt and the Dynasty of Akkad, edited by Karen Radner, Nadine Moeller, and D. T. Potts, 531–611. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Bodó, Béla. 2020. “Faith, Family and Fatherland: Conservatism and Right Radicalism in Interwar Hungary.” In Conservatives and Right Radicals in Interwar Europe, edited by Marco Bresciani, 167–192. London: Routledge.
  • Bodó, Béla. 2020. “Interwar Hungary: Democratization and the Fate of Ethnic Minorities.” In Interwar Eastern Central Europe, 1918–1941: The Failure of Democracy-Building, the Fate of Minorities, edited by Sabrina P. Ramet, 109–143. London: Routledge.
  • Chevaleyre, Claude. 2020. “The Abolition of Slavery and the Status of Slaves in Late Imperial China.” In The Palgrave Handbook of Bondage and Human Rights in Africa and Asia, edited by Alessandro Stanziani and Gwyn Campbell, 57–82. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Conermann, Stephan, and Gül Şen. 2020. “Slavery is Not Slavery. On Slaves and Slave Agency in the Ottoman Empire.” In Slaves and Slave Agency in the Ottoman Empire, edited by Stephan Conermann and Gül Şen, 11–27. Göttingen: V&R unipress.
  • Conermann, Stephan, and Anna Kollatz. 2020. “Einleitung.” In Macht bei Hofe. Narrative Darstellungen in ausgewählten Quellen. Ein interdisziplinärer Reader, edited by Stephan Conermann and Anna Kollatz, 7–19. Berlin: EB-Verlag.
  • Conermann, Stephan, and Gül Şen. 2020. “Slavery is Not Slavery. On Slaves and Slave Agency in the Ottoman Empire.” In Slaves and Slave Agency in the Ottoman Empire, edited by Stephan Conermann and Gül Şen, 11–27. Göttingen: V&R unipress.
  • De Vito, Christian. 2020. “Por uma Micro-História Translocal (Micro-Spatial History).” In Micro-História, um Método em Transformação, edited by Alexandre de Oliveira Karsburg and Maíra Vendrame. Sao Paulo: Letra e Voz.
  • De Vito, Christian, and Martino Sacchi Landriani. 2020. “Logistica delle Migrazioni. Elaborazione Concettuale e Prospettive Storiche.” In Logistica delle Migrazioni, edited by Christian G. De Vito and Martino Sacchi Landriani, 11–30. Bologna: Università di Bologna.
  • Feist, Sabine. 2020. “The Impact of Late Antique Churches on the Ecclesiastical Architecture during the Transitional Period: The Case Study of St. Irene in Constantinople.” In Transforming Sacred Spaces. New Approaches to Byzantine Ecclesiastical Architecture from the Transitional Period, edited by Sabine Feist, 129–145. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag.
  • Hegewald, Julia. 2020 . “Preface.” In In the Footsteps of the Masters. Footprints, Feet and Shoes as Objects of Veneration in Asian, Islamic and Mediterranean Art, edited by Julia Hegewald, 11–13. Berlin: EB-Verlag.
  • Hegewald, Julia. 2020. “Foreword: Foot Images in World Art.” In In the Footsteps of the Masters. Footprints, Feet and Shoes as Objects of Veneration in Asian, Islamic and Mediterranean Art, edited by Julia Hegewald, 15–20. Berlin: EB-Verlag.
  • Hegewald, Julia. 2020. “Introduction: Footprints, Sculpted Feet and Shoes in the Art of Asia and the Islamic and Mediterranean Worlds.” In In the Footsteps of the Masters. Footprints, Feet and Shoes as Objects of Veneration in Asian, Islamic and Mediterranean Art, edited by Julia Hegewald, 21–116. Berlin: EB-Verlag.
  • Hegewald, Julia. 2020. “Foot Stones and Footprints (Pādukās): Multivariate Symbols in Jaina Religious Practice in India.” In In the Footsteps of the Masters. Footprints, Feet and Shoes as Objects of Veneration in Asian, Islamic and Mediterranean Art, edited by Julia Hegewald, 357–423. Berlin: EB-Verlag, Berlin.
  • Hegewald, Julia. 2020. “Architecture.” In Brill’s Encyclopedia of Jainism, edited by John E. Cort, Paul Dundas, Knut A. Jacobsen, and Kristi L. Wiley, 613–666. Leiden: Brill.
  • Hegewald, Julia. 2020. “Pādukās: Revered Foot Imprints in the Jaina Art of India.” In Bridging Heaven and Earth. Art and Architecture in South Asia, 3rd Century BCE – 21st Century CE, edited by Laxshmi Rose Greaves and Adam Hardy, 163–174. New Delhi: Dev Publishers & Distributors.
  • Hegewald, Julia. 2020 . “Architecture of Independence: Continuity and Innovation in Indian Government Buildings and Urban Planning.” In Voices of Freedom. Society, Culture and Ideas in the 70th Year of India’s Independence, edited by Tiziana Lorenzetti, 83–113. Florence: Scienze e Lettere.
  • Hegewald, Julia. 2020 . “Mandirs, Maps and Cosmologies: The Role of Landscape in Jaina Art and Identity.” In One a Day of a Month of the Fire Bird Year. Festschrift for Peter Schwieger on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday, edited by Jeannine Bischoff, Petra Maurer, and Charles Ramble, 315–330. Lumbini: Lumbini International Research Institute.
  • Herrad, Imogen. 2020. “When is Revolt not Revolting? Rule-Breaking and Revolt in Sparta in Plutarch’s Lives.” In Transgression und Devianz in der antiken Welt, edited by Imogen Herrad, Lennart Gilhaus, Michael Meurer, and Anja Pfeiffer, 75–92. Berlin: J.B. Metzler.
  • Hillner, Julia. 2020. “Female Crime and Female Confinement in Late Antiquity.” In The Violence of Small Worlds. Conflict and Social Control in Late Antiquity, edited by Kate Cooper and Jamie Wood, 15–38. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Kinzig, Wolfram. 2020. “Sonntagsobservanz: Norm und Normabweichung in der Spätantike.” In From Sun-Day to the Day of the Lord: The Career of a Special Day in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, edited by Uta Heil. Leiden: Brill. [forthcoming].
  • Kloß, Sinah. 2020. “Indelible Ink: An Introduction to the Histories, Narratives, and Practices of Tattooing,” In Tattoo Histories. Transcultural Perspectives on the Narratives, Practices, and Representations of Tattooing, edited by Sinah Kloß, 3–30. New York: Routledge.
  • Kloß, Sinah. 2020. “Performing ‘Religiousness’: Negotiations of Religion and the Formation of Identity in Guyanese Development Organizations.” In Does Religion Make a Difference? Religious NGOs in International Development Collaboration, edited by Andreas Heuser and Jens Köhrsen, 191–205. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  • Kloß, Sinah. 2020. “Götterstatuen als multi-sensorische Porträts: Zur (materiellen) Ähnlichkeit und Bedeutung der Berührung bei hinduistischen Murtis.” In Revisionen des Porträts. Jenseits von Mimesis und Repräsentation, edited by Thierry Greub, 129–148, figure 11. Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink Verlag.
  • Kloß, Sinah. 2020. “Wearing the Shikha: Guruization and Sanskritization in a Transnational Guyanese Hindu Community.” In Caribbean Worlds – Mundos Caribeños – Mondes Caraibéens, edited by Gabriele Knauer and Ineke Phaf-Reinberger, 393–408. Madrid: Iberoamericana.
  • Kloß, Sinah. 2020. “Giving and Development: Ethno-Religious Identities and ‘Holistic Development’ in Guyana.” In Faith-Based Organizations in Development Discourses and Practice, edited by Andreas Heuser and Jens Köhrsen, 113–138. New York: Routledge.
  • Kloß, Sinah. 2020. “Fairer Handel – Chancen, Grenzen, Herausforderungen: Einleitung.“ In Fairer Handel. Chancen, Grenzen, Herausforderungen, edited by Katharina Gröne, Boris Braun, Sinah Kloß, Martin Schüller, and Michael Bollig, 7–14. Munich: oekom.
  • Köstlbauer, Josef. 2020. “Ambiguous Passages: Non-Europeans Brought to Europe by the Moravian Brethren During the 18th Century.” In Globalized Peripheries. Central and Eastern Europe's Atlantic Histories, c. 1680–1860, edited by Klaus Weber and Jutta Wimmler, 169–186. Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer.
  • Leetsch, Jennifer. 2020. “Translocations of Desire: Urban Topographies of Love in Chimamanda Adichie’s Americanah.” In Geographies of Affect in Contemporary Literature and Visual Culture, edited by Ágnes Györke and Imola Bülgözdi, 181–198. Leiden: Brill/Rodopi.
  • Muders, Lena. 2020. “ʻIhr, meine Farben, sollt mich schmücken, noch im Tod’: Eine Ethnographie des Couleurbandes der Studentenverbindungen.” In Am Anfang war das Objekt. Die Ethnographische Sammlung der Philipps-Universität Marburg und die Annäherung an ihre Gegenstände, edited by Dagmar Schweitzer de Palacios, Lena Muders, and Schabnam Kaviany, 67–94. Frankfurt am Main: kula Verlag.
  • Müller, Viola. 2020. “Internal Slave Migrations in the Americas.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Atlantic History, edited by Trevor Burnard. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Münch, Birgit Ulrike. 2020. “Soll ich bleiben, soll ich gehen? Antwerpen als kulturelles (Transfer)-Zentrum. Arbeitsbedingungen und Migrationsbewegungen flämischer Künstler.” In Peter Paul Rubens und der Barock im Norden, edited by Christoph Stiegemann, 46–57. Petersberg: Michael Imhof Verlag.
  • Münch, Birgit Ulrike. 2020. “Neuer Wein in alten Schläuchen? Luthers Passional als frühneuzeitliches Substitut der mittelalterlichen Heiligenlegenden.” In Häuslich, persönlich, innerlich. Bild und Frömmigkeitspraxis im Umfeld der Reformation, edited by Maria Deiters and Ruth Slenczka, 234–245. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
  • Saur, Markus. 2020. “The Chronological Development of Wisdom Literature.” In Oxford Handbook of Wisdom Literature, edited by Will Kynes, 373–388. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Schmitz, Winfried. 2020. “Widerstreitende Kräfte. Zu Konkurrenz und Institutionalisierung im archaischen Griechenland.” In Konkurrenz und Institutionalisierung in der griechischen Archaik, edited by Jan B. Meister and Gunnar Seelentag, 317–338. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag.
  • Schmitz, Winfried. 2020. “Day Labourers and Servants. Poverty in Archaic Greece.” In Poverty and Inequality in Early Civilisations. Proceedings of the International Conference November 17–18, 2017, University of Cologne, edited by Richard Bussmann and Tobias Helms, 27–37. Bonn: Habelt.
  • Tagliati, Tayna, and Jaimes Betancourt. 2020. “Koriabo Complex from the Maicuru River in the BASA Museum.” In Koriabo. From the Caribbean Sea to the Amazon River 2020, edited Cristiana Barreto, Helena P. Lima, Stéphen Rostain, and Corinne L. Hofman, 163–182. Belém: Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi.
  • Walker, Bethany. 2020. “The Physical World as a Social World.” In Living with Nature and Things: Contributions to a New Social History of the Middle Islamic Periods, edited by Bethany J. Walker and Abdelkader Al Ghouz, 11–28. Göttingen: V&R unipress.
  • Witzenrath, Christoph. 2020. “Agency in Muscovite Archives: Trans-Ottoman Slaves Negotiating the Moscow Administration.” In Slaves and Slave Agency in the Ottoman Empire, edited by Stephan Conermann and Gül Şen, 87–109. Göttingen: V&R unipress.


2019

  • Amitai, Reuven, and Stephan Conermann, eds. 2019. The Mamluk Sultanate from the Perspective of Regional and World History: Economic, Social and Cultural Development in an Era of Increasing International Interaction and Competition. Mamluk Studies 17. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
  • Beck, Dennis. 2019. “Die Wiederverwendung von Marmor in Pompeji: Importmarmore in den Laden- und Schanktheken: Eine Neubewertung der Forschungsthesen.” In Wirtschaft und Wiederverwendung: Beiträge zur antiken Ökonomie, edited by Patrick Reinard, Christian Rollinger and Christoph Schäfer, 105–127. Gutenberg: Scripta Mercaturae.
  • Bodó, Béla. 2019. “International Communities, Democratization and the Fate of Ethnic Minorities in Interwar Hungary.” In Interwar East Central Europe, 1918–1941. The Failure of Democracy-Building, the Fate of Minorities, edited by Sabrina P. Ramet. London:  Routledge.
  • Brink, Stefan. 2019. “Gekauft, geraubt, verdingt: Spurensuche zum Sklaventum.” In Die Wikinger: Entdecker und Eroberer, edited by Jörn Staecker and Matthias Toplak, 161–172. Berlin: Propyläen.
  • Brink, Stefan. 2019. “K(i)æfsir in the Old Västgöta and Östgöta Laws.” In Tidens Landskap: En Vänbok till Anders Andrén, edited by Cecilia Ljung, Anders Andrén, and Thomas Meier, 137–138. Lund: Nordic Academic Press.
  • Conermann, Stephan. 2019. “Forschungsberichte: Islamische Welt.” In Handbuch Historische Narratologie, edited by Eva von Contzen and Stefan Tilg, 310–318. Berlin: J.B. Metzler.
  • Conermann, Stephan. 2019. “Narrative Representations of Power and Rule in ʻAbd al-Malik ʻIṣāmīs (st. nach 1350) Historical Epic Futūḥ al-Salāṭīn.” In Erzählen von Macht und Herrschaft: Die “Kaiserchronik” im Kontext zeitgenössischer Geschichtsschreibung und Geschichtsdichtung, edited by Elke Brüggen, 199–214. Göttingen: V&R unipress.
  • Conermann, Stephan, Albrecht Fuess, and Stefan Rohdewald. 2019. “Einführung: Transosmanische Mobilitätsdynamiken. Mobilität als Linse für Akteure, Wissen und Objekt.” In Transottomanica: Osteuropäisch-osmanisch-persische Mobilitätsdynamiken: Perspektiven und Forschungsstand, edited by Stephan Conermann, Albrecht Fuess, and Stefan Rohdewald, 47–58. Göttingen: V&R unipress.
  • Conermann, Stephan, Stefan Rohdewald, Albrecht Fuess, and Florian Riedler. 2019. “Wissenszirkulation.” In Transottomanica: Osteuropäisch-osmanisch-persische Mobilitätsdynamiken. Perspektiven und Forschungsstand, edited by Stephan Conermann, Albrecht Fuess, and Stefan Rohdewald, 83–104. Göttingen: V&R unipress.
  • De Vito, Christian. 2019. “Storia Globale del Lavoro e delle Migrazioni (Secoli XVI–XXI).” In Storia Economica Globale del Mondo Contemporaneo, edited by Carlo Fumian and Andrea Giuntini, 35–53. Rome: Carocci.
  • De Vito, Christian, and Paola Revilla Orías. 2019. “Introducción: Diversidad y Complejidad de Regímenes y Relaciones Laborales.” In Trabajos y Trabajadores en América Latina (Siglos XVI–XXI), edited by Rossana Barragán Romano et al, 237–244. La Paz: CIS.
  • Fahr, Paul, and Christian Schwermann. 2019. “ʻKonsensuale Herrschaft’ im alten China: Eine begriffsgeschichtliche Annäherung.” In Entscheiden und Regieren: Konsens als Element vormoderner Entscheidungsfindung in transkultureller Perspektive, edited by Linda Dohmen and Tilmann Trausch, 177–196. Göttingen: V&R unipress.
  • Graf, Paul. 2019. “Modelado Digital GIS Para la Investigación Etnoarqueológica de la Distribución Espacial de los Recursos Forestales en las Ciudades Mayas Precolombinas del Centro-Este de Petén.” In XXXIII Simposio de Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Guatemala, 2019, edited by B. Arroyo, L. Méndez Salinas and L. Paiz, 379–391. Guatemala: Museo Nacional de Arqueología y Etnología.
  • Großmann, Kristina. 2019. “Genderverhältnisse.” In Land- und Rohstoffkonflikte. Ein kritisches Handbuch, edited by Jan Brunner, Louisa Prause, Anna Dobelmann and Sarah Kirst, 103–108. Bielefeld: transcript.
  • Hellman, Lisa. 2019. “När tilliten inte är ett val: Kinesisk-ryska relationer i slutet av 1600-talet.” In Tillit och diplomati. En diskussionsbok om personliga relationer och diplomatiska processer 1670–1990, edited by Susanna Erlandsson and Sari Nauman, 37–50. Uppsala: Uppsala Universitet
  • Hermann, Adrian. 2019. “Global Religious Organizations.” In The Routledge Handbook of Transregional Studies, edited by Matthias Middell, 464–474. London: Routledge. 
  • Hillner, Julia. 2019. “Preserving Female Voices: Female Letters in Late Antique Letter Collections.” In The Collectio Avellana and its Revivals, edited by Rita Lizzi Testa and Giulia Marconi, 210–244. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Hillner, Julia. 2019. “Exclusion, Intégration ou Exclusion par l’Intégration? Géographies du Banissement et Asile à la Fin de l'Empire Romain (Ve–VIe siècle).” In La Construction du Sujet Exclu (IVe–XIe siècle). L'Individu, la Société et l'Exclusion, edited by Cristina La Rocca, Sylvie Joye, and Stéphane Gioanni, 45–68. Turnhout: Brepols Publisher.
  • Hornung, Christian. 2019. “Der römische Bischof und die Autorität der altkirchlichen Konzilien.” In Bischöfe zwischen Autarkie und Kollegialität. Variationen eines Spannungsverhältnisses, edited by Christian Hornung, Andreas Merkt and Andreas Weckwerth, 29–44. Freiburg: Herder.
  • Hornung, Christian. 2019. “(Amts-)Autorität in der Alten Kirche: Entwicklungen und Leitlinien.” In Autorität in der Moral. Historische und Systematische Perspektiven, edited by Antonio Autiero, Stephan Goertz and Karl-Wilhelm Merks, 11–34. Freiburg: Herder.
  • Köstlbauer, Josef, Rebekka von Mallinckrodt, and Annika Bärwald. 2019. “People of African Descent in Early Modern Europe.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Atlantic History, edited by Trevor Burnard. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Leetsch, Jennifer. 2019. “Opening Homes, Opening Worlds: African European Spatial Interventions in Helen Oyeyemi’s Fiction.” In Locating African European Studies: Interventions, Intersections, Conversations, edited by Felipe Espinoza Garrido, Caroline Koegler, Deborah Nyangulu and Mark Stein, 153–164. New York: Routledge.
  • Löhr, Hermut. 2019. “The ‘Two Aeons’: Remarks on an Early Christian Concept of the World and Its Implications and Explications.” In Aux commencements – Création et temporalité dans la Bible et dans son contexte culturel. Collected Essays on Creation and Temporality in Ancient Near Eastern and Biblical Texts, edited by Sophie Ramond and Reinhard Achenbach, 101–110. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.
  • Löhr, Hermut. 2019. “Die Geburt des Autors aus der Überlieferung der Texte: Überlegungen zum Phänomen der Pseudepigraphie in Quellen des entstehenden Christentums.” In Autor und Autorität: Historische, systematische und praktische Perspektiven, edited by Uta Heil, Antje Klein and Annette Schellenberg, 57–71. Vienna: V&R unipress.
  • Mader, Christian. 2019. “La Economía de la Cultura Paracas (800–200 a.C.) en el Sur del Perú.” In Mundos Excavados. 40 Años de Búsqueda Arqueológica en Cuatro Continentes, edited by Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, 64–73. Bonn: Kommission für Archäologie Außereuropäischer Kulturen.
  • Mader, Christian. 2019. “The Economic Organisation of the Paracas Culture (800–200 BC) in Southern Peru.” In Excavated Worlds. 40 Years of Archaeological Research on Four Continents, edited by Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, 64–73. Bonn: Kommission für Archäologie Außereuropäischer Kulturen.
  • Mader, Christian. 2019. “Die Wirtschaft der Paracas-Kultur (800–200 v.Chr.) in Südperu.” In Ergrabene Welten.
  • Muders, Lena. 2019. “Pflanzen – Menschen – Tiere – Götter.” In Kollision 1519. Azteken Spanier. Begleitbuch zur Ausstellung des Lehrforschungsprojekts im B.A. Vergleichende Kultur- und Religionswissenschaft der Philipps-Universität Marburg, edited by Lena Muders, Karl Braun, Nele K. Hüpper, and Maxi Haslach. Marburg: Förderverein der Marburger Kulturwissenschaflichen Forschung und Europäischen Ethnologie.
  • Saur, Markus. 2019. “Qohelet as a Reader of Proverbs.” In Reading Proverbs Intertextually, edited by Katherine J. Dell and Will Kynes, 129–138. London: Bloomsbury.
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