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Netzwerke muslimischer Bruderschaften
Mit der osmanischen Herrschaft dehnten sich in Südosteuropa seit dem 14. Jahrhundert Netzwerke muslimischer Bruderschaften aus, die sich im Zuge politischer, ...
by Nathalie Clayer
Christian Networks
Modern network analysis is extremely useful when investigating not only the relationships between individuals and within groups and institutions, but also ...
by Markus Wriedt
Reformation in Scandinavia
Wittenberg was the most important source of inspiration for the Reformation in both of the Scandinavian kingdoms, the Danish kingdom and the Swedish kingdom. ...
by Simo Heininen , Otfried Czaika
Population
Historically, "population" has been an indispensable and ostensibly unambiguous concept – "population" encompasses the inhabitants of a specific territory at a ...
by Corinna Unger , Heinrich Hartmann
Zionism before 1914
The longing for Zion, the hope that the dispersed Jews would be brought back to Eretz Israel, the land of Israel, had always been present in Judaism. However, ...
by Kerstin Armborst-Weihs
Confessional Migration of the Huguenots
This article investigates the conditions and consequences of one of the most significant transfer processes in early modern Europe: the migration of the ...
by Ute Lotz-Heumann
Icons
The word "icon" (and the adjective "iconic") is not an unfamiliar concept to the contemporary reader. It is used to denote things like the "icons" of our ...
by Davor Džalto
Pseudoscience
The term "pseudoscience" is used to imply that a person or group who is using the term "science" to describe their activities, thereby laying claim to the ...
by EGO-Redaktion
Wittenberg Reformation
Based on publishing statistics, this article traces the complexity of early Reformation processes of communication and depicts the most significant literary ...
by Marcel Nieden
Hasidism
Hasidism is a mystical religious revival movement within Judaism, which draws from the Kabbalist tradition. It was called into existence by the charismatic ...
by Yeshayahu Balog , Matthias Morgenstern
 
 
 
 
 

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