Der Ruf des Schneckenhorns: Hermann Klaatsch (1863-1916) - Ein Heidelberger
Wissenschaftler in Australien

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Eine Ausstellung der Nachwuchsforschergruppe
"Das transkulturelle Erbe
Nordwestaustraliens: Dynamiken und Resistenzen"

Ort: Universitätsmuseum Heidelberg

Zeit: 21. Juli bis 14. Oktober 2017, Di-So 10-18h

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Anthropology in/of Australia Past and Present

im Rahmen der Lecture Series
Introduction to Australian Studies:
(Trans-)Disciplinary Perspectives

Dr. Carsten Wergin

20 Juni 2017, University of Cologne

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The Trouble with Representation: Australian Indigenous World(view)s and the "White Magic" of Modernity

Dr. Carsten Wergin

06 April 2017, University of Western Australia

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Curtin Indigenous Research Network Lecture Series

Heritage, Transculturality and Collections: New Research from Germany and the Kimberley,

30 March 2017, Curtin University, Perth

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International Workshop:

"Refugee transfers in the Euro- Arab Mediterranean zone:
Tying the past with the present
Towards a transregional and transhistorical understanding in times of crises"

(10-12 April 2017 Lebanese American University, Byblos, Lebanon)

organized by

Dr. Jenny Oesterle (Research Group "Protection in Periods of Political and Religious Expansion) in cooperation with Dr. Tamirace Fakhoury (Lebanese American
University, Byblos) and the Arab German Young Academy of Sciences and Humanities


Collaborations of Biocultural Hope: Community Science Against Industrialisation in Northwest Australia


Dr. Carsten Wergin

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Expansion und Aktivitäten des Mercedarier-Ordens im Andenraum des 16. Jahrhunderts

Dr. Maret Keller

Anden Diss - Keller

​(Dissertationsschrift Universität Heidelberg 2013), URN: urn:nbn:de:bsz:16-heidok-187295


Dancehall und Homophobie
Postkoloniale Perspektiven auf die Geschichte und Kultur Jamaikas
Patrick HelberDancehall

​05/2015, 304 Seiten, kart.
ISBN 978-3-8376-3109-8

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Materialities of Tourism
Special Issue of Tourist Studies (2014, 14/3)Guest-editors Stephen Muecke and Carsten Wergin




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Medieval Mediterranean Diasporas Database (MMDD)

Disciplined Interdisciplinarity



The Medieval Mediterranean Diasporas Database (MMDD) is hosted by the Junior research group "Trading Diasporas". Its aim is to provide a platform for the storing of the groups data in a way it was traditionnally stored in cue card systems, i.e. prosopographical data, places, events, literature and excerpts, textual sources and excerpts, objects and pictures. The database system disposes of a in-built project-management tool and interacts with metadatabases (library catalogues), a rudimentary GIS system and several wikis. The database runs for internal use on the Filemaker/HTML based hybrid database software Litlink (Preview of our database).

A version with slightly different functionalities provides the online database system LoKiHweb providing parts of the MMDD data online. This drupal7 based version of the database with enhanced collaborative tools is developed in cooperation with the ePorte project of University of Toronto, Scarborough (UTSC) and CEU Budapest, see LoKiHweb.

Other JRG as well as a team at the Historische Seminar are considering to implement similar shared database projects.

Coordinator: Georg Christ

Data management (completing, harmonizing, acquiring and data administration): Franziska Hauer, Susanne Bosche, Sophie Hennig

Database administration,
coding: Andreas Greiner, Andreas Adolphs, Vu Nguyen, Chris Steinhaus

Serveradministration: Holger Altenbach

Michael Gertz, Michael Winckler, Kilian Schultes, Peter Gietz






ePorte         E. Natalie Rothman

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Letzte Änderung: 07.01.2014