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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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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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Uli  Hauser - Come on, Walk!

Uli Hauser

Come on, Walk!

How only a few steps more make life better

Uli Hauser has always liked walking, and that includes longer distances, the sort when other people prefer to go by car. He had thought about why as little as he had thought about...

Date of publication
April 2018

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Alexa  Hennig von Lange, Marcus  Jauer - No Fear!

Alexa Hennig von Lange, Marcus Jauer

No Fear!

Simple solutions for a complicated feeling

Angst, fear – nothing is more embarrassing, there is nothing we go to greater lengths for to cover up. Alexa Hennig von Lange and Marcus Jauer demonstrate here how fear affects...

Date of publication
February 2018

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Gerald  Hüther - Dignity

Gerald Hüther

Dignity

What makes us strong – as individuals and as a society

Dignity is a grand term. But what exactly is dignity? What does it mean when our dignity is taken away from us – perhaps, for example, because in a digital world we only count as...

Date of publication
March 2018

  • Hotlist
  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Aljoscha  Neubauer - Do What You Can Do Best

Aljoscha Neubauer

Do What You Can Do Best

Why we should follow our talents – and not our interests

The latest psychology research has shown that we are amazingly bad at judging our own talents. As a result, many people are interested in activities for which they do not have the...

Date of publication
March 2018

  • Hotlist
  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Richard David  Precht - Hunters, Herdsmen, Critics

Richard David Precht

Hunters, Herdsmen, Critics

A utopia for digital society

The fact that the world is changing at a breath-taking pace has become common knowledge. But how are we reacting to it? Some people are welcoming the digital future with appalling...

Date of publication
April 2018

  • Philosophy
  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Richard C.  Schneider - Daily Life in a State of Emergency

Richard C. Schneider

Daily Life in a State of Emergency

My view of Israel

Daily Life in a State of Emergency is a portrait of a country torn between normality and a state of emergency, between consumption and war, between a longing for peace and...

Date of publication
March 2018

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Andrea von Treuenfeld - Israel

Andrea von Treuenfeld

Israel

Moments in the country's biography

Israel is a country with which, because of its history, Germany is inviolably linked and which time and again polarises. This book tells its political and personal history in...

Date of publication
March 2018

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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