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Nikita  Afanasjew - King, Crimea and Kozachok

Nikita Afanasjew

King, Crimea and Kozachok

Searching for my father's Russia

What was later to become a long journey to the east, from the Crimea to Moscow and finally through Siberia to the Pacific, began on a sofa in the Ruhr industrial district. That...

Date of publication
May 2018

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Rana  Ahmad, Sarah  Borufka - Women Aren’t Allowed to Dream Here

Rana Ahmad, Sarah Borufka

Women Aren’t Allowed to Dream Here

My escape from Saudi Arabia, my path to freedom

Shimmering heat, skyscrapers glittering in the sun: Saudi Arabia is one of the wealthiest countries in the world – and it is ruled by sharia and religious police.

Rana is...

Date of publication
January 2018

  • Memoirs
 
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Franz  Alt - Fancying the Future

Franz Alt

Fancying the Future

How our society will manage the turnabout

We are living at a time of change and at a turning point. There will be real transformations resulting from tangible and practical turnabouts in many areas: in solar energy...

Date of publication
June 2018

  • Current Affairs
  • Politics
 
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Clemens G.  Arvay - Biophilia in the City

Clemens G. Arvay

Biophilia in the City

How to bring the healing power of nature into our cities

Nature is the best medicine for such afflictions of civilisation as stress and depression. Our immune system is vitalised if we go into the woods. But how can we have the benefit...

Date of publication
May 2018

  • Nature
 
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Andreas R.  Batlogg - The Evangelical Pope

Andreas R. Batlogg

The Evangelical Pope

Is Francis living up to his promises?

March 13, 2013, was the day white smoke made its way up to the sky. The Argentinian Jesuit Jose Bergoglio had become the first South American to be elected Pope. Five years later...

Date of publication
April 2018

  • Theology & Religion
 
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Susa  Bobke, Shirley Michaela  Seul - Deer Crossing

Susa Bobke, Shirley Michaela Seul

Deer Crossing

How a fawn pierced a hunter straight to the heart

Susa Bobke is a keen hunter and falconer. Her territory is the Allgäu, one of the most beautiful mountainous areas in Germany.

When the meadows are being mown one spring...

Date of publication
March 2018

  • Nature
 
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Enrico  Brissa - In Society Circles

Enrico Brissa

In Society Circles

Little handbook of etiquette

How do you propose a toast? How do you apologise with style? And what about compliments – how is the best way to handle them? Many people are unsure of themselves where etiquette...

Date of publication
March 2018

  • General Non-Fiction
 
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Imaani  Brown - Coming Home

Imaani Brown

Coming Home

Auf der Suche nach Heimat

What does it feel like to grow up in a war zone, in the midst of ruins, bombs, and death? How does this still affect a person who as a child was sent off to a foreign land, ending...

Date of publication
March 2018

  • Memoirs
 
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Tilmann  Bünz - Where the East Sea is Called the West Sea

Tilmann Bünz

Where the East Sea is Called the West Sea

The Baltic for beginners

For this book, Tilmann Bünz jumped onto his bike and set off from the Curonian Spit, cycled through Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and along sleepy coastal regions before ending...

Date of publication
June 2018

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Undine  de Rivière - My Whoring Manifesto

Undine de Rivière

My Whoring Manifesto

Inside the sex business

Everybody thinks they know about prostitutes: most of them come from eastern Europe and are forced to prostitute themselves. The business is in the hands of the pimps. You only...

Date of publication
May 2018

  • Memoirs
 
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