Frevert, Ute, Monique Scheer, Anne Schmidt, Pascal Eitler, Bettina Hitzer, Nina Verheyen, Benno Gammerl, Christian Bailey and Margrit Pernau
Die deutsche Sprache in Estland am Beispiel der Stadt Pernau
and Sachsenmaier have collected 13 previously published articles on the movement of ideas around the world in various historical periods and present them in sections on classical texts in conceptual history, challenges, translations of concepts, and outlook.
2003) Between the Ideal and the Real: Gender Relations within the Indian Joint Family in Pernau
, M, Ahmad, I & Reifield, H.
The DUP man added: "The burglary of her Pernau
Street home on Tuesday morning was clearly a very distressing experience for Maureen Swindell and her sister Lily.
Emotions and Social Change: Historical and Sociological Perspectives, New York, 2014; Ute FREVERT, Pascal EITLER, Stephanie OLSEN, Uffa JENSEN, Margrit PERNAU
, Daniel BRUCKENHAUS, Magdalena BELJAN, Benno GAMMERL, Anja LAUKOTTER, Bettina HITZER, Jan PLAMPER, Juliane BRAUER, Joachim C.
Press, 1994); and Margrit Pernau
, "Multiple Identities and Communities: Re-Contextualizing Religion," in Religious Pluralism in South Asia and Europe, ed.
, Gabriel (2012): "Nous ninxols laborals per a periodistas".
239) The accomplishment of initial (operational) objectives along the line running from the Dnepr River to the south of Kiev through Rogachev, Orsha, Vitebsk, Velikiye Luki, and Pskov to Pernau
(Parnu) would be a prerequisite for a decisive attack on Moscow.
Monica juneja and Margrit Pernau
(Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2008), 393-424.
Monica Juneja and Margrit Pernau
make the case that comparative history, when applied to the non-European world, has served to reify the implicit superiority of European models.
32) This history of the Baltic coast as bath and tourist region for Russians still has not been written and remains in the shadow of more "exotic" resort sites like the Crimea or the Caucasus, although Reval, Hapsal, Pernau
, Arensburg, and Riga-Strand were much easier to reach, especially prior to the era of railways.