- EXPO 2000 - Das Oldenburger Entmüdungskonzept
- Die Werksausgabe Louise Farrenc
- Die Vorurteile gegenüber Deutschen sind eine Aufgabe der Niederländer selbst
- Die soziale Lage behinderter Frauen
- Die Polizey und die Mütter
- Nachrichten der Universitätsgesellschaft
- Notizen aus der Universität
For the first time, sports is participating in planning the future at a world exhibition. A great number of concepts and suggestions for their realization are just about to be decided at the EXPO-Association in Hannover. The innovative "concept of de-fatiguation", developed at the University of Oldenburg, will also be applicable to fairs, museums, and city areas after the EXPO 2000. It focusses on the well-known problem of the visitors' exhaustion and offers a system of various kinds of recreation and revitalization through alternative sensory stimuli, physical experiences, motor activities and forms of play.
Authors: Jürgen Dieckert, Jürgen Koch and Christian Wopp
Following most energy scenarios, renewable energies will significantly contribute to the world`s future energy supply. The efficient use of these highly fluctuating energy sources however makes the availability of methods and information which describe the influence of the meteorological variables on the energy production an important issue. This is subjekt to the research activities in Energy Meteorology.
Authors:Detlev Heinemann, Jürgen Parisi and Hans-Peter Waldl
In the late Age of Enlightenment both the State and the Health (Polizey) considered it their task to educate bourgeois women in motherliness. Their definition of female citizens as "good mothers" largely contributes to laying down the modern role of mothers as well as contemporary notions of femininity and thus sustaines the hierachical order of gender relations.
Louise Farrenc (1804-1875), pianist, composer, and scholar is of major importance for French music history. However, her orchestral compositions and chamber music represent a genre which was not so popular in opera-dominated Paris in the middle of the 19th century. A critical edition, supported by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and issued at the University of Oldenburg, will make her work accessible to musicologists and musicians.
Authors:Christin Heitmann, Katharina Herwig and Freia Hoffmann
The Study concerning the living conditions of woman with disabilities was undertaken with the aim to support the social integration of handicapped people. Therefore official data on subject of their social-economic situation had been analysed, and woman with disabilities had been interviewed and asked which co-called giving conditions they would wish to chance. This research has been done on demand of the governement of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is meant as a basic piece of work for the implementation of an action programme. It is certainly of some value for Germany in general.
In the last years (1993, 1995, 1997) the Dutch "Clingendael-Instituut" published some studies about prejudices from Dutch young people towards Germany and the German people. In their eyes Germany is undemocratic, eager to make wars, and wants to overrule the world. But the studies are from a scientific point very problematic, and politically doubtful. Such results of research-activities are not worthwhile, when they are not put in a context of political education, which answers the question, how can young people be educated when Europe grows together? Author: Rüdiger Meyenberg