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Published in Volume 6, Issue 5 -

When science meets music : Ptérodactyle and Marie Brendle

Marie Brendle

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.6.5.566

This article is a presentation of the quintet « Ptérodactyle », founded by Dr. med. Marie Brendle, a young medical doctor who started a carrier in music. Born in the European generation, this multilingual french woman studied in Germany, France, and Argentina. Her life demonstrates the importance of multidisciplinarity and international experience. Ready for the flight?


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Published in Volume 6, Issue 4 -

Nobel Laureate Joachim Frank receives an Honorary PhD Degree of the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, in Mendoza, Argentina: A Journey from Freiburg to Argentina

Joachim Frank

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.6.4.556

Joachim Frank has discovered and developed single-particle cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM). He received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2017 which he shared with Jacques Dubochet and Richard Henderson. Using this unique technology, he made important contributions to the structure and function ribosomes from bacteria and eukaryotes. On March 6, 2019, Joachim Frank received an honorary PhD of the Universidad de Buenos Aires. In a very special event at the Faculty of Law at CUYO on March 8,2019, he also received an Honorary PhD Degree of the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo in Mendoza, Argentina. At this event he was also honoured by the Ambassadors of Germany and Switzerland.


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Published in Volume 6, Issue 4 -

"Time will tell" the kinetik art exhibition of Schmelzeisen - Schmelzeisen und seine kinetische Kunstausstellung in Kirchzarten

María Fernanda Sandoval, Zazie-Charlotte Pfeiffer

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.6.4.550

A few days ago JOSHA Journal has brought you a great Interview full of arts and lights with Prof. Dr. Rainer Schmelzeisen, the medical Director of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University Clinic of Freiburg and, incidentally, kinetic light artist. However, in this article, we want to show you our magical experience at the Art Gallery in Kirchzarten near to Freiburg in Germany, where we were able to see many different color and lights changing all the time in every single picture. His works animate the viewer to position himself in front of them and thereby change his own perspective on art. Luminous lettering superimposes seemingly multidimensional pictorial elements and thus creates multi-layered levels, each of which can be viewed from a different angle. This art stimulates us to deal with our own way of looking at things. What do I want to see, what do these words trigger in connection with the picture, in which light do I see the represented?


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Published in Volume 6, Issue 4 -

Rückforderung von BerufungsLeistungsbezügen bei vorzeitigem Hochschulwechsel – BayVGH, Urt. vom 18.08.2017, 3 BV 16.132

Frank Wertheimer

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.6.4.549

n the proceedings, the Bayerische Verwaltungsgerichtshof (Bavarian Administrative Court) had to deal with the question whether a university may reclaim from a professor benefit which had been promised and granted to her in connection with her appointment to a fixed-term professorship if the professor changes to another university within three years. This repayment obligation was referred to in the university's appeal offer. The Administrative Court considered the reclaiming of the remuneration for the appeal benefits to be unlawful but took the view that a reclaiming of the remuneration for the appeal benefits could be permissible in the case of indefinite remuneration for the stay. Previously published in Ordnung der Wissenschaft 2018, ISBN/ISSN 3-45678-222-7


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Published in Volume 6, Issue 4 -

A wonderful concert experience in Freiburg \ Konzert-ERLEBNISSE

Leander Hotaki

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.6.4.548

Leander Hotaki is since 2010 the director of the German program called "Albert Konzerte" which is a program in charge of making possible to bring the greatest artist of the World to Freiburg and to make the most wonderful concerts in the south-west of Germany. In fact, he also promotes the work of the best students in the field of dramaturge or music in many universities in Germany and writes columns about different topics around music and musicians. This time he writes about the experience many people enjoy when they have the opportunity to interact with the artists and musicians from all over the world who perform in the concert hall in Freiburg.


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Published in Volume 6, Issue 3 -

Linda

Zazie-Charlotte Pfeiffer

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.6.3.547

This article is part of a series of short stories published in the Journal of Science, Humanities and Arts by the young author Zazie-Charlotte Pfeiffer, who received the "Jean-Paul“ Award in 2013 and the "Tom Sawyer" Award in 2012 for her work. This short story is written in German. Linda feels like a fish in an aquarium living isolated from the outside world. Safe from the dangers of the open sea, but still lonely and shielded. She hardly feels touched by anything. But on this night her aquarium breaks up and she finally feels life pulsating in her again. But...what or who brings this change with him?


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Published in Volume 6, Issue 3 -

What is going on with the classic audience? - Klassik ab 70?

Leander Hotaki

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.6.3.545

Leander Hotaki is since 2010 the director of the German program called "Albert Konzerte" which is a program in charge of making possible to bring the greatest artist of the World to Freiburg and to make the most wonderful concerts in the south-west of Germany. In fact, he also promotes the work of the best students in the field of dramaturge or music in many universities in Germany and writes columns about different topics around music and musicians. This time he writes about the very wrong idea many people has about the audience of classical music. They think the classic is losing his audience in the future.


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Published in Volume 6, Issue 2 -

Interviewing Rainer Schmelzeisen: The Power of Light as Kinetic Art - Die Kraft des Lichts als kinetische Kunst

Zazie-Charlotte Pfeiffer, María Sandoval

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.6.2.541

JOSHA Journal is bringing you a great Interview full of arts and lights with Prof. Dr. Dr. Rainer Schmelzeisen, the medical Director of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University Clinic of Freiburg and, incidentally, kinetic light artist. His works animate the viewer to position himself in front of them and thereby change his own perspective on art. Luminous lettering superimposes seemingly multidimensional pictorial elements and thus creates multi-layered levels, each of which can be viewed from a different angle. This art stimulates us to deal with our own way of looking at things. What do I want to see, what do these words trigger in connection with the picture, in which light do I see the represented? // Foto on the cover from SCHMELZEISEN LUXART: Ausstellung "All exits Are Final", Freiburg 2014.


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Published in Volume 6, Issue 2 -

History of the German philology in Argentina (Chapter 7 ) - GESCHICHTE DER ARGENTINISCHEN GERMANISTIK

Lila Bujaldon de Esteves

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.6.2.537

This study of the history of German philology in Argentina describes and analyses the period of time between the Revolution of May 1810, which means after the independence of Argentina from Spain, and the 1950s. The study has its focus on the history of the degree program of the University of Buenos Aires. We are going to read about the first professors of German literature at the University in chapter four, five and six. This last chapter is about Exil und Germanistik in Argentinien, more specific about German and Spanish exiled scholars of the thirties at Argentine universities. Life and work of the exiled Germanist Günther Ballin (1909-1982), Werner Bock (1893-1962) and Ilse M. de Brugger (1908-1995).


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Published in Volume 6, Issue 1 -

Dai Kimoto & his Swing Kids

Eva Senn

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.6.1.529

On 6 July 2019, they will come to Freiburg! Since 2005 Dai Kimoto and his Swing Kids have been playing themselves into the hearts of the people. The Swing Kids are jazz and a big band who play music with joy at the highest level! The 13-piece band is currently between 9 and 16 years old. When they play, you forget their age. "They act on stage like professionals. Their sound enchants the listeners, the joy of playing is contagious and inspires and amazes the audience", an enthusiastic fan in 2018 described it. For more information about this event sponsored by the International Academy of Sciences, Humanities, and Arts (IASHA e. V.), please contact Zazie-Charlotte Pfeiffer (zazie-charlotte.pfeiffer@josha-archive.org) and Eva Senn (eva.senn@bluewin.ch) or visit the Website of the Academy (http://iasha.org/).