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Vorträge aus dem Warburg-Haus 12. The Afterlife...
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On December 13, 1933, the Kulturwissenschaftliche Bibliothek Warburg left its home in Hamburg and went into exile in London, salvaging the books and painting collection of its founder Aby Warburg. The scholarly arrival of the Kulturwissenschaftliche Bibliothek in the intellectual life of the British metropolis, which, in 1944, finally resulted in the integration of the Warburg Institute in the University of London, started an ongoing process of intellectual exchange between German and English research traditions that is still going on today. Essays by internationally renowned scholars, among them many witnesses to the Warburg Institute's intellectual work of the early years, are dedicated to how the intellectual approach of the Kulturwissenschaftliche Bibliothek contributed to the English scholar community. The publication also examines how the move to London affected the research of the K.B.W. and how it made the Warburg Institute one of the world's most important humanities research facilities.Am 13. Dezember 1933 verließ die Kulturwissenschaftliche Bibliothek Warburg ihre Hamburger Heimat und rettete die Bücher- und Bildersammlung ihres Gründers Aby Warburg ins Londoner Exil. Die intellektuelle Ankunft der Kulturwissenschaftlichen Bibliothek im Geistesleben der englische Metropole, die schließlich 1944 in der institutionellen Eingliederung des Warburg Institute in die University of London mündete, stieß einen bis heute anhaltenden Austauschprozess zwischen deutschen und englischen Forschungstraditionen an. Aufsätze international renommierter Fachwissenschaftler, unter ihnen nicht wenige Zeitzeugen des intellektuellen Wirkens des Warburg Institute der frühen Jahre, widmen sich den Impulsen des intellektuellen Ansatzes der Kulturwissenschaftlichen Bibliothek auf die englische Wissenschaftslandschaft, es wird untersucht, wie der Umzug nach London die Forschungen der K.B.W. verändert und diese als Warburg Institute zu einer der weltweit bedeutendsten geisteswissenschaftlichen Forschungseinrichtungen gemacht hat.

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Greeks, Books and Libraries in Renaissance Venice
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The new peer-reviewed series Transmissions aims to constitute a space for documentation, theoretical and methodological reflection and critical discussion on the transmission of texts. The focus is on textual production in Greek and Latin, while remaining open to comparisons with the dynamics of transmission in the graphic and textual production of other cultures and languages, especially in the cases where the latter function as vehicles for the transmission of Greek and Latin texts. The series hosts studies on the various aspects of conservation and transformation, in all their manifold processes, from antiquity to the modern period. Its concern is above all with the material factors and practices of use and reception of texts and their physical supports, with the aim of reconstructing the cultural and social history that serves as a foundation for their transmission. The scope of reflection is thus the itineraries of texts, books and book collections, with particular attention to the role of the actors and institutions that participate in these dynamics, leading towards a phenomenology and theory of the processes of transmission. The series responds to an increasing critical awareness, and to the search for theoretical systematisation in the field of the transmission of ancient texts. In the most recent research, alongside the philological approach to the text, an attention to the technical-material aspects of transmission has become widespread, and so also to the editorial and historical-cultural fortunes of the textual product right from antiquity itself, in the eastern and western Middle Ages and the whole of European humanism, up to the modern period. The philological approach to the book, with the observation of the physical signs of the material support, is ever more central to the investigation of texts, to the reconstruction of the paths taken by books and to a historical contextualisation of their use, in the need to tie the text to the fortunes of its vehicle. Increasingly conscious attention is being given to the transitions and arrivals of texts and books in different cultural and cultural-linguistic contexts, with their dynamics of confrontation and adaptation, resulting in new material outcomes of textual production, for example translations and commentaries, paraphrases, abbreviations and anthologisations. In general, there is a strong need to trace the social and cultural environments and scenarios in which the journeys of books and texts occur, by observing morphological shifts and ways of use both in textual products and in their material witnesses, and so also in the role of the actors in the practices of writing and reading – scribes, readers, scholars, humanists – and of institutions – schools, universities, public and private libraries – in the production, circulation and conservation processes of written culture. These are Transmissions, thus, not only of texts, but also of praxeis, of books and of collections of books, in the encounter between cultures. Transmissions publishes monographs, edited volumes and critical editions with commentary of texts which are particularly relevant for the study of the dynamics of textual transmission. The preferred language of publication is English, but German, Italian, and French are also accepted. Series Editor: Rosa Maria Piccione (Università di Torino) Advisory Board: Rodney Ast (Universität Heidelberg); Daniele Bianconi (Sapienza Università diRoma); Caterina Carpinato (Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia); Paolo Eleuteri (Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia); Gerlinde Huber-Rebenich (Universität Bern); Stefano Martinelli Tempesta (Università di Milano); Juan Pedro Monferrer (Universidad de Cordoba); Raphaële Mouren (Warburg Institute-University of London); Matthias Perkams (Universität Jena); Elisabetta Sciarra (Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana); Sofia Torallas Tovar (University of Chicago)

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Rabbinic Authority, Volume 2
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Volume 2 of the only English books on rabbinic authority In this second volume of Rabbinic Authority , Rabbi Warburg presents new rabbinical court arbitration decisions in English. He is the first rabbinic arbitrator to publish piskei din (decisions) on cases in Jewish civil law. It is important that those who service the institution of a beit din (a Jewish court) know the inner dynamics and reasoning of those who issue rulings. This volume focuses on a number of topics, such as the halakhic identity of an investment broker, the propriety of a civil will, contemporary issues relating to domestic violence, and the role of a rabbinical advocate in the beit din process.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 23.11.2020
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Greeks, Books and Libraries in Renaissance Venice
79,99 € *
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The new peer-reviewed series Transmissions aims to constitute a space for documentation, theoretical and methodological reflection and critical discussion on the transmission of texts. The focus is on textual production in Greek and Latin, while remaining open to comparisons with the dynamics of transmission in the graphic and textual production of other cultures and languages, especially in the cases where the latter function as vehicles for the transmission of Greek and Latin texts. The series hosts studies on the various aspects of conservation and transformation, in all their manifold processes, from antiquity to the modern period. Its concern is above all with the material factors and practices of use and reception of texts and their physical supports, with the aim of reconstructing the cultural and social history that serves as a foundation for their transmission. The scope of reflection is thus the itineraries of texts, books and book collections, with particular attention to the role of the actors and institutions that participate in these dynamics, leading towards a phenomenology and theory of the processes of transmission. The series responds to an increasing critical awareness, and to the search for theoretical systematisation in the field of the transmission of ancient texts. In the most recent research, alongside the philological approach to the text, an attention to the technical-material aspects of transmission has become widespread, and so also to the editorial and historical-cultural fortunes of the textual product right from antiquity itself, in the eastern and western Middle Ages and the whole of European humanism, up to the modern period. The philological approach to the book, with the observation of the physical signs of the material support, is ever more central to the investigation of texts, to the reconstruction of the paths taken by books and to a historical contextualisation of their use, in the need to tie the text to the fortunes of its vehicle. Increasingly conscious attention is being given to the transitions and arrivals of texts and books in different cultural and cultural-linguistic contexts, with their dynamics of confrontation and adaptation, resulting in new material outcomes of textual production, for example translations and commentaries, paraphrases, abbreviations and anthologisations. In general, there is a strong need to trace the social and cultural environments and scenarios in which the journeys of books and texts occur, by observing morphological shifts and ways of use both in textual products and in their material witnesses, and so also in the role of the actors in the practices of writing and reading – scribes, readers, scholars, humanists – and of institutions – schools, universities, public and private libraries – in the production, circulation and conservation processes of written culture. These are Transmissions, thus, not only of texts, but also of praxeis, of books and of collections of books, in the encounter between cultures. Transmissions publishes monographs, edited volumes and critical editions with commentary of texts which are particularly relevant for the study of the dynamics of textual transmission. The preferred language of publication is English, but German, Italian, and French are also accepted. Series Editor: Rosa Maria Piccione (Università di Torino) Advisory Board: Rodney Ast (Universität Heidelberg); Daniele Bianconi (Sapienza Università diRoma); Caterina Carpinato (Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia); Paolo Eleuteri (Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia); Gerlinde Huber-Rebenich (Universität Bern); Stefano Martinelli Tempesta (Università di Milano); Juan Pedro Monferrer (Universidad de Cordoba); Raphaële Mouren (Warburg Institute-University of London); Matthias Perkams (Universität Jena); Elisabetta Sciarra (Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana); Sofia Torallas Tovar (University of Chicago)

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Rabbinic Authority, Volume 2
35,99 € *
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Volume 2 of the only English books on rabbinic authority In this second volume of Rabbinic Authority , Rabbi Warburg presents new rabbinical court arbitration decisions in English. He is the first rabbinic arbitrator to publish piskei din (decisions) on cases in Jewish civil law. It is important that those who service the institution of a beit din (a Jewish court) know the inner dynamics and reasoning of those who issue rulings. This volume focuses on a number of topics, such as the halakhic identity of an investment broker, the propriety of a civil will, contemporary issues relating to domestic violence, and the role of a rabbinical advocate in the beit din process.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 23.11.2020
Zum Angebot