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- PublisherPeter Lang GmbH
- Date of Publication01/11/2009
- GenreSocial Sciences: Textbooks & Study Guides
- Series TitleInklusion/Exklusion
- Series Part/Volume Number13
- Place of PublicationFrankfurt am Main
- Country of PublicationGermany
- ImprintPeter Lang GmbH
- Weight1040 g
- Width150 mm
- Height230 mm
- Edited byAndreas Gestrich,Herbert Uerlings,Lutz Raphael
- Edition Statement1st New edition
- Table Of ContentsContents: Lutz Raphael: General introduction - Lutz Raphael: Royal protection, poor relief statute, and expulsion. Types of state and modes of inclusion / exclusion of strangers and poor people in Europe and the Mediterranean world since Antiquity - Cornelia Bohn: Inclusion and exclusion: Theories and findings. From exclusion from the community to including exclusion - Siegfried Schieder/Rachel Folz/Simon Musekamp: The social construction of European solidarity: The French, German, and Swedish debate on EU-policy towards the states of Africa, the Caribbean, and the Pacific (ACP) - Helga Schnabel-Schule: Sovereignty change - On the potential of a research category - Helga Schnabel-Schule: 'Who belongs?' - rights of membership and the inclusion of strangers in political spaces - Stefan Pfeiffer: The Alexandrian Jews and their agon of affiliation: the conflict of the years 38-41 A.D. - Altay Coskun: 'Civitas Romana' and the inclusion of strangers in the Roman Republic: the case of the Social War - Christoph Cluse: Jewish community and civic commune in the high Middle Ages - Boris Olschewski/Bernhard Schmitt: The oath of homage in the context of sovereignty change. On the significance of a legal relict in the case of the Polish-Lithuanian partitions (1772-1795) - Sarah Vanessa Losego/Lutz Raphael: Practices of naturalisation and transformations of population: The case of the industrial Bassin of Longwy (Meurthe-et-Moselle) 1946-1990 - Markus Linden: From strangers to citizens. Modes and perspectives of political and social inclusion of immigrants in Germany - Sebastian Schmidt: Religious dimensions of poor relief from the Middle Ages up into the twentieth century - Monika Escher-Apsner: Serving the poor and strangers? 'Confraternitates exulum'/'Confraternitates pauperum' and their modes of inclusion and exclusion - Sebastian Schmidt: Pleasing to God and beneficial to man . On the confessional similarities and differences of early modern poor relief - Bernhard Schneider/Patrick Bircher: Catholic poverty discourses in the early nineteenth century - Beate Althammer/Inga Brandes/Katrin Marx-Jaskulski: Religiously motivated charitable work in modern times. Catholic congregations in the Rhineland and Ireland - Franz Dorn: Basic principles of poor relief from late Antiquity to the nineteenth century - Katrin Dort/Christian Reuther: Poor relief in the Carolingian capitularies - Alexander Wagner: Poor relief in early modern (legal) theory and legal systems - Andreas Gestrich/Jens Grundler: The Irish in Glasgow during the food shortages of 1846-1848 and 1878/79 - Aspects of inclusion and exclusion - Herbert Uerlings: Semantics of Inclusion/Exclusion - Philine Helas: Representations of St. Martin dividing his cloak with a beggar as a gauge of changing social practices in late medieval Europe - Ludwig Maria Vogl-Bienek: 'From life': The use of the magic lantern in nineteenth-century social work - Herbert Uerlings: Stigma 'Gypsy'. An enduring semantics of exclusion - Iulia-Karin Patrut: Is it worth the trouble to defame a Gypsy? On Aryanism, Indo-Germanic ideology and the discourses on foreign peoples in the second half of the nineteenth century.
- Author BiographyThe Editors: Andreas Gestrich, Director of the German Historical Institute London and Professor of Modern History at the Trier University (on leave); research on the history of poverty and welfare. Lutz Raphael, Professor of Modern and Contemporary History at Trier University; research on the role of experts in the modern welfare state. Herbert Uerlings, Professor of Modern German Literature at Trier University; research on cross-cultural effects in German literature.
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