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Book Series "Schnittstellen"

Schnittstellen. Studien zum östlichen und südöstlichen Europa.


"Es ist außerordentlich zu begrüßen, dass mit der Reihe 'Schnittstellen' die schnelle Publikation der vielen innovativen Dissertationen, die im Rahmen der [...] Graduiertenschule für Ost- und Südosteuropastudien entstehen, ermöglicht wird." [= It is extremely gratifying that the series 'Schnittstellen' facilitates the rapid publication of the many innovative dissertations that are being created within the [...] Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies.]
– Peter Bugge in Bohemia 57 (1), 2017

On behalf of the Graduate School, its spokesmen Professor Martin Schulze Wessel and Professor Ulf Brunnbauer have been editing the book series "Schnittstellen. Studien zum östlichen und südöstlichen Europa", which has been published with "Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht" since 2014. The series brings together most recent research on the history, literature, culture or politics of East and Southeast Europe with a special focus on transnational entanglement processes within the region and between East and Southeast Europe and other world regions. Most titles are based on doctoral dissertations completed at the Graduate School or partner insitutions in Munich and Regensburg.

In May 2015 the first two volumes were published. The published works were Peter Hallama’s dissertation "Nationale Helden und jüdische Opfer. Tschechische Repräsentationen des Holocaust" and Hannah Maischein's work "Augenzeugenschaft, Visualität und Politik – Polnische Erinnerung an die deutsche Judenvernichtung". Both have been members of Collegium Carolinum, one of the cooperation partners of the Graduate School.

In the summer of 2016, Anna Juraschek's study "Die Rettung des Bildes im Wort. Bruno Schulz’ Bild-Idee in seinem prosaischen und bildnerischen Werk" was published. At the turn of the year 2016/17 Ekaterina Makhotina's thesis "Erinnerungen an den Krieg – Krieg der Erinnerungen. Litauen und der Zweite Weltkrieg" was published.

In summer 2017, Jan Arend’s study “Russische Bodenkunde in der Welt" and Darina Volf's book "Über Riesen und Zwerge" were published in the series. Monika Heinemann's "Krieg und Kriegserinnerung im Museum" and Arnošt Štanzel's "Wasserträume und Wasserräume im Staatssozialismus" followed in autumn.

Philipp Bürger's "Geschichte im Dienst für das Vaterland" was published in June 2018, Stéphanie Danneberg's "Wirtschaftsnationalismus lokal" in September 2018. 

In June 2019, David Franz' book "USA oder Sowjetunion?" as well as Maren Hachmeister's study "Selbstorganisation im Sozialismus" were published; in August 2019 Katalin Tóth's volume "I love Budapest, I bike Budapest?". 

Scheduled for publication in autumn 2019 respectively in spring 2020 are the following titles: Henner Kropp's "Russlands Traum von Amerika" (October), Marija Đokić's "Eine Theaterlandschaft für Belgrad" (November), Jacqueline Nießer's "Die Wahrheit der Anderen" (December), Kathleen Beger's "Erziehung und 'Unerziehung' in der Sowjetunion" (December), Arpine A. Maniero's "Umkämpfter Weg zur Bildung" (February), Henriette Reisner's "Von Propaganda bis Poesie" (February), and Alice Buzdugan's "Stadttexte in 'Großrumänien'" (May).

 

Contact for authors: Dr. Felix Jeschke