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Anselm Graubner. Der kurze Winter der Anarchie
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Im Jahr 1989/90, als das Alte nicht mehr galt und das Neue kaum absehbar war, schien alles möglich. Der gesellschaftliche Umbruch in der DDR verlief rasant, mitunter auch anarchisch. Die Staatssicherheit wurde in Erfurt von einer Handvoll Frauen friedlich besetzt, das erste Arbeitsamt in der Bezirksstadt eröffnet, die ersten freien Volkskammerwahlen abgehalten, der Wehrdienst durch den Zivildienst ersetzt.Anselm Graubner, der im Dezember 1989 mit einer Arbeitserlaubnis aus Dortmund nach Weimar gekommen war, hielt diese Momente als Fotoreporter für die Thüringische Landeszeitung fest. Seine Wahl fiel nicht zufällig auf Weimar. Schon vor der Grenzöffnung war er Teil der ACC-Galerie geworden, die Freunde in einem besetzten Haus gegenüber des Weimarer Schlosses gegründet hatten. Sie wurde in den turbulenten Monaten sein Ankerpunkt, hier hielt er das Miteinander von Studierenden, Künstlern und Hausbesetzern fest. Der Band versammelt Aufnahmen vom Herbst 1989 bis zum April 1990.Anselm Graubner( 1968, Wismar), lebt und arbeitet als Kulturunternehmer und Hotelier in Weimar. 1981 reiste er mit seiner Familie in den Westen aus. Im Herbst 1989/90 fotografierte er für eine Tageszeitung in Weimar, 1991 ging er als Fotograf für drei Monate nach Kamtschatka.In 1989/90, when the old no longer applied and the new was essentially unpredictable, anything seemed possible. Social stability in the GDR rapidly broke down, with the turmoil at times even bordering on anarchy. The Stasi headquarters in Erfurt was peacefully occupied by a handful of women, the first job centre was opened in the Thuringian capital, the first free parliamentary elections were held for the Volkskammer, and military service was replaced by a community-based alternative.Anselm Graubner captured these moments in pictures, working as a reporter for the Thüringische Landeszeitung. He had come to Weimar from Dortmund, arriving with a work permit in December 1989. His choice of Weimar was not a randomone. Even before the border opened, he had become involved with the ACC Galerie, which friends of his had founded in a squatted house opposite the palace in Weimar. It was to become his anchor point during the turbulent months that followed, and it was here that he took pictures of the communal life of students, artists, and squatters. The book is a collection of photographs covering the period from autumn 1989 to April 1990.Anselm Graubner(b. 1968, Wismar), lives and works as a cultural entrepreneur and hotelier in Weimar. In 1981, he left the GDR with his family to settle in the West. In autumn 1989/90, he took pictures for a daily newspaper in Weimar, and in 1991 he spent three months in Kamchatka working as a photographer.

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Anselm Graubner. Der kurze Winter der Anarchie
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Im Jahr 1989/90, als das Alte nicht mehr galt und das Neue kaum absehbar war, schien alles möglich. Der gesellschaftliche Umbruch in der DDR verlief rasant, mitunter auch anarchisch. Die Staatssicherheit wurde in Erfurt von einer Handvoll Frauen friedlich besetzt, das erste Arbeitsamt in der Bezirksstadt eröffnet, die ersten freien Volkskammerwahlen abgehalten, der Wehrdienst durch den Zivildienst ersetzt.Anselm Graubner, der im Dezember 1989 mit einer Arbeitserlaubnis aus Dortmund nach Weimar gekommen war, hielt diese Momente als Fotoreporter für die Thüringische Landeszeitung fest. Seine Wahl fiel nicht zufällig auf Weimar. Schon vor der Grenzöffnung war er Teil der ACC-Galerie geworden, die Freunde in einem besetzten Haus gegenüber des Weimarer Schlosses gegründet hatten. Sie wurde in den turbulenten Monaten sein Ankerpunkt, hier hielt er das Miteinander von Studierenden, Künstlern und Hausbesetzern fest. Der Band versammelt Aufnahmen vom Herbst 1989 bis zum April 1990.Anselm Graubner( 1968, Wismar), lebt und arbeitet als Kulturunternehmer und Hotelier in Weimar. 1981 reiste er mit seiner Familie in den Westen aus. Im Herbst 1989/90 fotografierte er für eine Tageszeitung in Weimar, 1991 ging er als Fotograf für drei Monate nach Kamtschatka.In 1989/90, when the old no longer applied and the new was essentially unpredictable, anything seemed possible. Social stability in the GDR rapidly broke down, with the turmoil at times even bordering on anarchy. The Stasi headquarters in Erfurt was peacefully occupied by a handful of women, the first job centre was opened in the Thuringian capital, the first free parliamentary elections were held for the Volkskammer, and military service was replaced by a community-based alternative.Anselm Graubner captured these moments in pictures, working as a reporter for the Thüringische Landeszeitung. He had come to Weimar from Dortmund, arriving with a work permit in December 1989. His choice of Weimar was not a randomone. Even before the border opened, he had become involved with the ACC Galerie, which friends of his had founded in a squatted house opposite the palace in Weimar. It was to become his anchor point during the turbulent months that followed, and it was here that he took pictures of the communal life of students, artists, and squatters. The book is a collection of photographs covering the period from autumn 1989 to April 1990.Anselm Graubner(b. 1968, Wismar), lives and works as a cultural entrepreneur and hotelier in Weimar. In 1981, he left the GDR with his family to settle in the West. In autumn 1989/90, he took pictures for a daily newspaper in Weimar, and in 1991 he spent three months in Kamchatka working as a photographer.

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Der Winterteil
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Das um 1400 im Dominikanerkloster Nürnberg entstandene Prosalegendar "Der Heiligen Leben" war die verbreitetste volkssprachliche Legendensammlung des europäischen Mittelalters (ca. 200 Handschriften, 41 Druckauflagen) und im gesamten deutschsprachigen Raum wie in den Niederlanden und in Skandinavien verbreitet. Das Werk stellt eine große Ausnahme unter den deutschen Legendaren dar, weil es nicht primär auf lateinische Quellen, sondern letztlich fast ausschließlich auf deutsche Vers- und Prosalegenden zurückgeht. Dem zweiten und letzten Band, der auch ein Orts- und Personenregister enthält, liegt die zuverlässigste Winterteilhandschrift, Frankfurt, Universitätsbibliothek, Ms. Praed. 7, zugrunde.The prose legendry "Lives of the Saints" written in the Dominican monastery in Nuremberg around 1400 was the most widely disseminated vernacular legendry of the European Middle Ages. It has been handed down in almost 200 manuscripts and 33 Upper German and 8 Low German printed editions and was disseminated all over German-speaking Europe and in the Netherlands and Scandinavia. The work is a major exception among German legendries in that it does not derive primarily from Latin sources but almost exclusively from German verse and prose legends ("Passional", "Märterbuch", Hartmann von Aue's "Gregorius", Ebernand von Erfurt's "Heinrich und Kunigunde", Reinbot von Durne's "Georg" etc.). Its status was that of the major vernacular hagiographic source (for the Mastersingers, Jakob Mennel etc. as well as for artists) and its popularity made it a target for one of Luther's lampoons in 1535. This second and last volume includes an index of persons and places.Das um 1400 im Dominikanerkloster Nürnberg entstandene Prosalegendar "Der Heiligen Leben" war die verbreitetste volkssprachliche Legendensammlung des europäischen Mittelalters. Es ist in knapp 200 Handschriften und 33 oberdeutschen und 8 niederdeutschen Druckauflagen überliefert und war im gesamten deutschsprachigen Raum wie in den Niederlanden und in Skandinavien verbreitet. Das Werk stellt eine große Ausnahme unter den deutschen Legendaren dar, weil es nicht primär auf lateinische Quellen, sondern letztlich fast ausschließlich auf deutsche Vers- und Prosalegenden zurückgeht ("Passional", "Märterbuch", Hartmanns von Aue "Gregorius", Ebernands von Erfurt "Heinrich und Kunigunde", Reinbots von Durne "Georg" usw.). Es galt als volkssprachliches hagiographisches Quellenbuch schlechthin (Meistersinger, Jakob Mennel usw. sowie für die bildende Kunst) und wurde auf Grund seiner großen Popularität 1535 auch zum Ziel einer Spottschrift Luthers. Dem zweiten und letzten Band, der auch ein Orts- und Personensregister enthält, liegt die zuverlässigste Winterteilhandschrift, Frankfurt, Universitätsbibliothek, Ms. Praed. 7, zugrunde.

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Der Winterteil
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Das um 1400 im Dominikanerkloster Nürnberg entstandene Prosalegendar "Der Heiligen Leben" war die verbreitetste volkssprachliche Legendensammlung des europäischen Mittelalters (ca. 200 Handschriften, 41 Druckauflagen) und im gesamten deutschsprachigen Raum wie in den Niederlanden und in Skandinavien verbreitet. Das Werk stellt eine große Ausnahme unter den deutschen Legendaren dar, weil es nicht primär auf lateinische Quellen, sondern letztlich fast ausschließlich auf deutsche Vers- und Prosalegenden zurückgeht. Dem zweiten und letzten Band, der auch ein Orts- und Personenregister enthält, liegt die zuverlässigste Winterteilhandschrift, Frankfurt, Universitätsbibliothek, Ms. Praed. 7, zugrunde.The prose legendry "Lives of the Saints" written in the Dominican monastery in Nuremberg around 1400 was the most widely disseminated vernacular legendry of the European Middle Ages. It has been handed down in almost 200 manuscripts and 33 Upper German and 8 Low German printed editions and was disseminated all over German-speaking Europe and in the Netherlands and Scandinavia. The work is a major exception among German legendries in that it does not derive primarily from Latin sources but almost exclusively from German verse and prose legends ("Passional", "Märterbuch", Hartmann von Aue's "Gregorius", Ebernand von Erfurt's "Heinrich und Kunigunde", Reinbot von Durne's "Georg" etc.). Its status was that of the major vernacular hagiographic source (for the Mastersingers, Jakob Mennel etc. as well as for artists) and its popularity made it a target for one of Luther's lampoons in 1535. This second and last volume includes an index of persons and places.Das um 1400 im Dominikanerkloster Nürnberg entstandene Prosalegendar "Der Heiligen Leben" war die verbreitetste volkssprachliche Legendensammlung des europäischen Mittelalters. Es ist in knapp 200 Handschriften und 33 oberdeutschen und 8 niederdeutschen Druckauflagen überliefert und war im gesamten deutschsprachigen Raum wie in den Niederlanden und in Skandinavien verbreitet. Das Werk stellt eine große Ausnahme unter den deutschen Legendaren dar, weil es nicht primär auf lateinische Quellen, sondern letztlich fast ausschließlich auf deutsche Vers- und Prosalegenden zurückgeht ("Passional", "Märterbuch", Hartmanns von Aue "Gregorius", Ebernands von Erfurt "Heinrich und Kunigunde", Reinbots von Durne "Georg" usw.). Es galt als volkssprachliches hagiographisches Quellenbuch schlechthin (Meistersinger, Jakob Mennel usw. sowie für die bildende Kunst) und wurde auf Grund seiner großen Popularität 1535 auch zum Ziel einer Spottschrift Luthers. Dem zweiten und letzten Band, der auch ein Orts- und Personensregister enthält, liegt die zuverlässigste Winterteilhandschrift, Frankfurt, Universitätsbibliothek, Ms. Praed. 7, zugrunde.

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Speech and Gesture in Aphasia
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Seminar paper from the year 2016 in the subject Speech Science / Linguistics, University of Erfurt, language: English, abstract: The present paper examines this question whether gesture and speech can be treated as going hand-in-hand and, following that, break down together in case of speech impairment following aphasia or if gestures can even have a compensating function when language is no longer usable for an aphasic person. In the first case, one may assume that gesture and speech are "different sides of a single underlying mental process" (cf. McNeill 1992:1), in the second case, gesture and speech are rather independent.To accomplish this goal, the second chapter takes a closer look at the relationship between gesture and speech and the functions that have been supposed in the case of gesture.Thirdly, gesture production under pathologic circumstances is assessed by focusing at the topic of gesture production and aphasia. The possibility of a parallel or comparable impair-ment of speech and gesture in aphasia is reviewed, as well as gesture as compensating for speech in persons affected by aphasia (Chapter 3). The fourth chapter introduces a case study by Lisette Mol, Emiel Krahmer & Mieke van de Sandt-Koenderman (cf. 2012) to further investigate the research question. The subsequent paragraphs, then, discuss the study by Mol et al. (cf. 2012) in the light of other findings (i.a. Cocks, Middleton & Morgan 2011, McNeill & Duncan 2010, Kita & Özyürek 2003, Glosser, Wiener & Kaplan 1986, Orgassa 2005) regarding the topic (Chapter 4.)The last chapter draws a conclusion on the question whether speech and language break down in a similar manner and can be regarded as closely related or if gesture can function to compensate for speech in the case of aphasia.

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Speech and Gesture in Aphasia
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Seminar paper from the year 2016 in the subject Speech Science / Linguistics, University of Erfurt, language: English, abstract: The present paper examines this question whether gesture and speech can be treated as going hand-in-hand and, following that, break down together in case of speech impairment following aphasia or if gestures can even have a compensating function when language is no longer usable for an aphasic person. In the first case, one may assume that gesture and speech are "different sides of a single underlying mental process" (cf. McNeill 1992:1), in the second case, gesture and speech are rather independent.To accomplish this goal, the second chapter takes a closer look at the relationship between gesture and speech and the functions that have been supposed in the case of gesture.Thirdly, gesture production under pathologic circumstances is assessed by focusing at the topic of gesture production and aphasia. The possibility of a parallel or comparable impair-ment of speech and gesture in aphasia is reviewed, as well as gesture as compensating for speech in persons affected by aphasia (Chapter 3). The fourth chapter introduces a case study by Lisette Mol, Emiel Krahmer & Mieke van de Sandt-Koenderman (cf. 2012) to further investigate the research question. The subsequent paragraphs, then, discuss the study by Mol et al. (cf. 2012) in the light of other findings (i.a. Cocks, Middleton & Morgan 2011, McNeill & Duncan 2010, Kita & Özyürek 2003, Glosser, Wiener & Kaplan 1986, Orgassa 2005) regarding the topic (Chapter 4.)The last chapter draws a conclusion on the question whether speech and language break down in a similar manner and can be regarded as closely related or if gesture can function to compensate for speech in the case of aphasia.

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Speech and Gesture in Aphasia
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Seminar paper from the year 2016 in the subject Speech Science / Linguistics, University of Erfurt, language: English, abstract: The present paper examines this question whether gesture and speech can be treated as going hand-in-hand and, following that, break down together in case of speech impairment following aphasia or if gestures can even have a compensating function when language is no longer usable for an aphasic person. In the first case, one may assume that gesture and speech are 'different sides of a single underlying mental process' (cf. McNeill 1992:1); in the second case, gesture and speech are rather independent. To accomplish this goal, the second chapter takes a closer look at the relationship between gesture and speech and the functions that have been supposed in the case of gesture. Thirdly, gesture production under pathologic circumstances is assessed by focusing at the topic of gesture production and aphasia. The possibility of a parallel or comparable impair-ment of speech and gesture in aphasia is reviewed, as well as gesture as compensating for speech in persons affected by aphasia (Chapter 3). The fourth chapter introduces a case study by Lisette Mol, Emiel Krahmer & Mieke van de Sandt-Koenderman (cf. 2012) to further investigate the research question. The subsequent paragraphs, then, discuss the study by Mol et al. (cf. 2012) in the light of other findings (i.a. Cocks, Middleton & Morgan 2011, McNeill & Duncan 2010; Kita & Özyürek 2003; Glosser, Wiener & Kaplan 1986; Orgassa 2005) regarding the topic (Chapter 4.) The last chapter draws a conclusion on the question whether speech and language break down in a similar manner and can be regarded as closely related or if gesture can function to compensate for speech in the case of aphasia.

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A Five Year Plan for Geraniums
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The dubious experiment in political economy and social engineering known as socialism, which distorted the functioning of Russia and the Eastern European countries and did horrifying damage to their populations for much of the twentieth century, left its mark on many industries. One industry, which has not received as much attention as other larger ones, is horticulture, with its subsector of floriculture. In 1945, at the end of World War II, Germany was finally divided into two sectors-east and west. By a curious fluke of history, the largest part of German flower production had long been situated in three eastern states, including Erfurt in Thuringia. East Germany inherited this wonderful industry, run by prosperous companies with enlightened owners and a background of constantly developing new and more beautiful plants. In my two previous books about the work of heroic flower breeders, it turned out that a number of them had ended up behind the Iron Curtain. Their new communist masters abhorred successful private industry and started to dismantle these firms as soon as they could in the name of building a 'socialist eden.' The result was tragedy. The leaders of the industry were often arrested, even killed, lost both businesses and the property on which they stood and, if they were lucky enough to escape to West Germany, gave up all their rights. The government collectivized the firms, setting up lumbering organizations to replace them. Prices were set, regardless of basic economic factors. There were no incentives to do a good job. The Benary family had been leaders in breeding begonias. Wilhelm Elsner was the third generation in his family to head a company that specialized in pelargoniums ('geraniums' to the rest of us). He was locked out of his nursery in Dresden and not permitted to enter it again until after the Berlin Wall came down in 1989. See what happened to so many others.

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A Five Year Plan for Geraniums
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The dubious experiment in political economy and social engineering known as socialism, which distorted the functioning of Russia and the Eastern European countries and did horrifying damage to their populations for much of the twentieth century, left its mark on many industries. One industry, which has not received as much attention as other larger ones, is horticulture, with its subsector of floriculture. In 1945, at the end of World War II, Germany was finally divided into two sectors-east and west. By a curious fluke of history, the largest part of German flower production had long been situated in three eastern states, including Erfurt in Thuringia. East Germany inherited this wonderful industry, run by prosperous companies with enlightened owners and a background of constantly developing new and more beautiful plants. In my two previous books about the work of heroic flower breeders, it turned out that a number of them had ended up behind the Iron Curtain. Their new communist masters abhorred successful private industry and started to dismantle these firms as soon as they could in the name of building a 'socialist eden.' The result was tragedy. The leaders of the industry were often arrested, even killed, lost both businesses and the property on which they stood and, if they were lucky enough to escape to West Germany, gave up all their rights. The government collectivized the firms, setting up lumbering organizations to replace them. Prices were set, regardless of basic economic factors. There were no incentives to do a good job. The Benary family had been leaders in breeding begonias. Wilhelm Elsner was the third generation in his family to head a company that specialized in pelargoniums ('geraniums' to the rest of us). He was locked out of his nursery in Dresden and not permitted to enter it again until after the Berlin Wall came down in 1989. See what happened to so many others.

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