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Klassik-Doping - Classic doping

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.6.1.528

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 doping in the music world.

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The wise Gardener and the kind tree - in Farsi and German

Neda Moshirian

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.6.1.526

Neda Moschirian's beautiful children's book, "The Wise Gardener and the Kind Tree," reminds children of ways to achieve goals and techniques for success in the form of fiction. This is the second publication of the book, but this time it is written in Persian and German. The wonderful illustrations were handmade by Shirin Korehi achieving the perfect mix of colors that will capture the attention of the readers. You can get a printed copy for the convenient price of 9,50 Euro by pressing the "order book" button

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Roland Mertelsmann

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.6.1.521

The JOSHA Team is very pleased to share with you information about our second Demetrios Prize 2019. For the categories BACHELOR, MASTER and DOCTORAL thesis the International Academy of Science, Humanities and Arts (IASHA e.V.) supported by the Biothera Foundation will select 3 theses in each category and award a prize of € 500 each. Our editors will select the winners. The manuscripts of the winners will be published in the Journal of Science, Humanities, and Arts - JOSHA, with a unique DOI for each paper. Theses in either GERMAN, ENGLISH, FRENCH or SPANISH may be submitted. Bachelor, Master, and doctoral theses should be submitted by mail to June 15, 2019. The “Journal of Science, Humanities, and Arts – JOSHA” has been initiated to create a novel internet platform to access the broad diversity of important discoveries and creativity in the fields of Science, Humanities, and Arts.

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Cruz-Diez: Aufstieg einer Familie.

Felicitas Holzer, Maria Fernanda Sandoval

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.10.515

The JOSHA Team had two times in this year the great opportunity to visit not only the atelier but also the Carlos Cruz-Diez Foundation in Paris, France. Our second visit was an incredible interview with the daughter of this grate Op-Art and president of the Foundation, Adriana Cruz Diez. She said: "My father is clearly the creator and the person with the ideas. We, the other family members, are helping. We are aware that we are in a privileged position to do so". Carlos Cruz-Diez, born in Caracas in 1923, belongs to the avant-garde of so-called op art and kinetic art and is already titled "Master of Color."

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Prof. Dr. Dr. Rainer Schmelzeisen: Light art around the world Artists with many facets

Christian Ignatzi

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.10.511

This article was written by the cross-media journalist Christian Ignatzi from Germany, and cover the work of a medical doctor who feels a huge passion for the visual arts. This article is about how the medical director of the Freiburg Clinic for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Prof. Dr. Dr. Rainer Schmelzeisen, has a bright hobby in addition to his profession. He creates light art in which he transforms his photographs of places all over the world into works of art for the senses and builds a bridge to his profession. He explains the origin of his passion: "I have always had great pleasure in light art and video art".

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G20 2019 in Buenos Aires: Lügen haben kurze Beine – und warum uns das der G20 Gipfel lehrt. Eine Satire

Felicitas Holzer

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.10.510

Mendacity is the politician's bunch. No Argentinian would deny that, on the contrary, he would be able to prove it with countless examples, to paint, to affirm, and talk each other into rage: because why is the whole thing Political business only so lying and why is it already completely sufficient everything going wrong, the moral decay and in general the bad in the to a single moral offence, lying? In order to understand the origin and Argentina's continued policy and continuing crisis, it needs to be explained entirely alone of a small misdemeanor that, when committed in great numbers and by important people, leads to a single chaos. For sure, Alberto Echegaray Guevara would not be denied that the lies of the official, all democratically elected in their offices, rags gang has contributed a crucial part to the evil of the world.

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History of the German philology in Argentina (Chapter 6 ) - GESCHICHTE DER ARGENTINISCHEN GERMANISTIK

Lila Bujaldon de Esteves

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.9.505

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 chapter is about Juan Carlos Probst.

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Art - The mother of all discoveries. Kunst - Die Mutter aller Entdeckungen.

Stephan Seiler

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.9.501

Wissenschaft trifft Kunst! Die International Academy of Sciences, Humanities and Arts organisiert zum zweiten Mal einen erfolgreichen Liederabendmit der Sopranistin Kim-Lillian Strebel und der Poetin Zazie-Charlotte Pfeiffer Unter dem Motto „Kunst öffnet Geist und Herzen“ eröffnete der stellvertretende Vorsitzende der IASHA e. V. Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Roland Mertelsmann die gelungene Symbiose aus Musik, Poesie und wissenschaftlicher Nachwuchsförderung. Geladen hatten der Verein und Marcel Thimm, Vorstandsvorsitzender der Sparkasse Freiburg.

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History and the Future of the Scientific Society Freiburg - Geschichte und Zukunft der Wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft Freiburg

Karl-Reinhard Volz

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.9.496

This article describes the history and current work of the Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft Freiburg (Scientific Society Freiburg). It was founded in 1911 as a "corporation under public law" in order to support research at the University of Freiburg with financial contributions. The Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft is thus probably the oldest, still existing institution for the promotion of research at a German university. It owes its current assets of over six million euros to two large nationwide fundraising campaigns, several larger estates and a skillful asset management over the past 50 years. Due to its status under public law, the Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft Freiburg has the advantage over comparable foundations that it can accumulate unlimited assets and, if necessary, draw on its assets.

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Knowledge That is Not Communicated is Wasted: JOSHA - Open Access With Author Copyright - German Version: Nicht kommuniziertes Wissen wird verschwendet: JOSHA - Open Access With Author Copyright

Gerhard G. Steinmann, Roland Mertelsmann

Languages: German

DOI: 10.17160/josha.5.9.491

Universal access to knowledge is a fundamental principle of science and humanities. Today, however, publications of science and humanities are locked behind high paywalls and non-transparent selection procedures. In the efforts to resolve the misery, a first important milestone was the “Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities” of 2003. This year, a second milestone was reached: Eleven European research funding institutions have committed to require from 2020 on that all results from research funded by these institutions are published immediately in compliant Open Access journals or platforms. The negative liabilities of Peer-review procedures, including the “Semmelweis reflex” are shown to represent further barriers for an immediate universal dissemination of knowledge. To overcome inappropriate locking of science and humanities behind walls, the remaining future milestone is that authors retain a non-exclusive copyright.