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disiecta membra. Stone Architecture and Urbanism in Roman Germany

Roman stone architecture represents a unique treasure of cultural heritage that gives evidence of early forms of sustainable urbanity in Germany. However, most of it has survived as dislocated building elements (disiecta membra), whose existence so far has hardly been known, let alone published. The academy project therefore serves to index, link and evaluate this corpus of material (approx.…

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Heinrich Wölfflin - Gesammelte Werke

The art historian Heinrich Wölfflin (1864-1945) is one of the most influential international authors in the field to this day. On the occasion of the centenary of the principles (Grundbegtriffe) of art history, Heinrich Wölfflin's collected works are published under the direction of Prof. Dr. Tristan Weddigen and Prof. Dr. Oskar Bätschmann. The fourteen-volume edition will be published by Schwabe…

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ZEPPELIN Longitudinalstudie - Förderung ab Geburt

ZEPPELIN is a longitudinal intervention study with randomized control trial (RCT) research design: parents of infants from 132 families in difficult circumstances were visited at home every two to three weeks during three years within the framework of the program "PAT - Learning with Parents" (PAT). They were compared with infants from 116 socially burdened families without a support programme. It…

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