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"Der blutige Sommer von 1969 strahlt unheilvoll ins Jetzt." Der SpiegelIt's hell to be a young girlEs sind die späten, radikalen 60er, im Norden Kaliforniens. Evie Boyd ist vierzehn und möchte unbedingt gesehen werden - aber weder die frisch geschiedenen Eltern noch ihre einzige Freundin beachten sie. An einem der endlosen Sommertage begegnet sie ihnen: den "Girls". Das Haar lang und unfrisiert, die Kleider ausgefranst, das Lachen laut und frei. Es dauert nicht lang, und Evie ist im Bann der aufregenden Suzanne - und einer Clique, die, einem charismatischen Irren hörig, bald unter grausamen Umständen berühmt werden wird. Ein Strudel von unfassbarer Gewalt rückt näher, an einen Augenblick, in dem alles für immer schiefgehen kann im Leben eines Mädchens."Berauschend"Freundin 21.02.2018Cline, EmmaEmma Cline, geboren 1989, wuchs mit ihren sechs Geschwistern im nordkalifornischen Sonoma auf. Nach einem Master of Fine Arts an der Columbia University zog sie nach Brooklyn. Sie schreibt u.a. für den 'New Yorker' und Oprah Winfreys Magazin 'O', 2014 hat sie den Plimpton Prize for Fiction der Paris Review erhalten. 'The Girls' ist Emma Clines erster Roman.Stingl, Nikolaus Nikolaus Stingl ( 3. Dezember 1952 in Baden-Baden) studierte Anglistik und Germanistik an der Universität Heidelberg und ist seit Anfang der 1980er Jahre als literarischer Übersetzer tätig. Stingl lebt in Flensburg und hat John Irving, Thomas Pynchon und Willam Faulkner übersetzt. Er wurde vielfach ausgezeichnet, u. a. mit dem Heinrich Maria Ledig-Rowohlt-Preis, dem Paul-Celan-Preis und dem Straelener Übersetzerpreis.
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Gerd Sannemüller was a German composer, pianist and musicologist. After his Abitur in Stralsund he studied musicology with Arnold Schering and Georg Schünemann as well as history, philosophy and psychology at the University of Berlin and school music at the Berlin College for Church and School Music. After university he became a high school teacher and a concert pianist in Berlin. Later he studied musicology with Hans Albrecht, Friedrich Blume and Kurt Gudewill as well as history and psychology at the University of Kiel. In 1961 he received his Doctor of Philosophy degree. He was a docent at the Flensburg College of Education and at the Kiel College of Education. From 1965 to 1983 he served as a professor of musicology and music education in Kiel. During that time he was director of the Institute of Music and Didactics. He was mostly interested in music by Maurice Ravel, Paul Hindemith, Béla Bartók and Polish contemporary classical music
The University of Flensburg (German Universität Flensburg ) is a university in the city of Flensburg, Germany. It was founded in 1994. The University of Flensburg is the northernmost university in Germany, but it is not a "full university" (Latin: Universitas litterarum). The focus is on the training of teachers and other courses in the field of education and social sciences.Among the special features include the German-Danish study courses in cooperation with the University of Southern Denmark Sønderborg, which involves an association with the Fachhochschule Flensburg.
An enlarged version of a Master thesis for a M. A. degree in European Studies (University of Flensburg / Germany, International Institute of Management and European Studies), this book based on a lot of sources, interviews and other empirical research shows a thorough scientific depth. Besides it is the first book in the literature landscape by any - in this case Armenian - author pleading openly for an Armenian membership in the European Union. When writing this study, the author wanted originally to describe a more or less slow changeover of Armenia towards the EU, when not only she was surprised by the announcement of the Armenian Government to join the Russia-led Eurasian Customs Union on 3rd September, 2013. This has already induced furies within Armenian politics and above all civil society, and the result at present - before the Vilnius Summit of the Eastern Partnership at the end of November 2013 - is open. But one thing is for sure: If Armenia would go indeed into the Customs Union and later into the Eurasian Union, the results, the economic benefits, the neglecting of necessary reforms, the treatment of matters and of personnel will create a backlash in Armenia (and the EU) which will be the basis of more solidarity than ever with the legitimate security interests of Armenia, possibly with the support of the EU. This backlash will endorse a future, new approach towards the EU. Ofelya Sargsyan writes why: Armenia is well-anchored in Europe, since almost 2000 years, and it had more to do with European capitals like Paris, London, Brussels etc. in the 2nd half of the 19th century than people think. Of course, it would be a European border region, but together with Georgia - which also strives into the EU - it could be just this. The book deals with geographic, political, economic and cultural reasons, why Armenia should follow a clear foreign policy towards Europe - which has not at all to collide with special and privileged relations to Russia. The impressive history of the country's relations to the Council of Europe and the EU is well described, as well as the EU's perception of its hypothetic move. But also the positions of Turkey, Azerbaijan, Nagorno Karabakh and Iran as well as of Russia and of course Georgia are described as those of neighbours interested in the regional integration orientation of Armenia. The author, belonging otherwise to an "impatient" young generation, knows perfectly, that the EU membership takes a lot of time, but she pleads - in an outspoken, but never "pushy" way, for a sustainable change in Armenia's foreign policy - a change which since more than 20 years of Armenian independence would not have to be a real change, after all.
Master's Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject Energy Sciences, grade: 1,3, University of Flensburg (International Institute for Management), course: Energy and Environmental Management - Industrial, language: English, abstract: Energy consultations were conducted in Indonesian resort hotels to get a deep insight into current energy practices and to develop improvement measures on a technical level. Soaring energy prices and a trend towards sustainable tourism in Indonesia make energy consumption an urgent question of business profitability in hotels. The research presents common consumption practices of small to large resorts and points out wasteful processes. As a guide for decision makers and engineers in the hotels a catalogue with improvement measures was developed, fitted to the Indonesian climate and energy market conditions. Energy efficient and renewable warm water supply solutions are assessed with dynamic economic methods and backed with sensitivity analyses, pointing out highly attractive investments and indicating a market for technology suppliers. Further innovative concepts for the exploitation of waste energy or renewable sources in resort hotels are discussed. The research reveals need for action and concludes with a set of key recommendations for decision makers in hotels.