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Diakonissen haben im 19. und bis zur Mitte des 20. Jahrhunderts in Gemeinden und Krankenhäusern zentrale diakonische Funktionen wahrgenommen und sind unverzichtbarer Bestandteil der Kirchengeschichte. Die 1869 gegründete Westfälische Diakonissenanstalt in Bielefeld, die später den Namen Sarepta erhielt, war zeitweise die größte Diakonissenanstalt innerhalb Deutschlands. Über die konkreten Lebens- und Arbeitsbedingungen der Schwestern, ihre Motive und Überzeugungen existieren erst wenige Forschungen.Ute Gause untersucht anhand von Archivmaterial die Lebensläufe dreier Frauen: den der ersten Vorsteherin Sareptas Emilie Heuser (1822-1898); einer Frau aus dem erweckten Siegerland, Anna Siebel (1874-1975), die über 40 Jahre als Gemeindeschwester im Ruhrgebiet arbeitete; und schließlich den Lebenslauf der promovierten Psychologin Liese Hoefer (1920-2009), die als kritische Diakonisse für Reformimpulse Sareptas steht. So entsteht anhand dieser exemplarischen Frauen ein lebendiges Bild einer Institution, die maßgeblich von diesen getragen und gestaltet wurde.[Sarepta's Daughters. The Life of Deaconesses between Self-Denial and Self-Assertion]The work of deaconesses in hospitals and parishes in the 19th and the first half oft he 20th century realized important functions of care and are an essential part of church history. In 1869 in Bielefeld/Westfalia the Westfalian Deaconess Institution - called Sarepta - was founded, which had been one of the largest in Germany. There is nearly no research about the concrete life and work of deaconesses. Ute Gause shows the life of three women of Sarepta with the help of archive material - the first head Emilie Heuser (1820-1898), a district nurse, Anna Siebel (1874-1975), and the reformer Liese Hoefer (1920-2009), a PhD Psychologist, who wanted to change the institution, - thus showing a lifely picture of an institution largely supported and designed by women.

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Töchter Sareptas
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Diakonissen haben im 19. und bis zur Mitte des 20. Jahrhunderts in Gemeinden und Krankenhäusern zentrale diakonische Funktionen wahrgenommen und sind unverzichtbarer Bestandteil der Kirchengeschichte. Die 1869 gegründete Westfälische Diakonissenanstalt in Bielefeld, die später den Namen Sarepta erhielt, war zeitweise die größte Diakonissenanstalt innerhalb Deutschlands. Über die konkreten Lebens- und Arbeitsbedingungen der Schwestern, ihre Motive und Überzeugungen existieren erst wenige Forschungen.Ute Gause untersucht anhand von Archivmaterial die Lebensläufe dreier Frauen: den der ersten Vorsteherin Sareptas Emilie Heuser (1822-1898); einer Frau aus dem erweckten Siegerland, Anna Siebel (1874-1975), die über 40 Jahre als Gemeindeschwester im Ruhrgebiet arbeitete; und schließlich den Lebenslauf der promovierten Psychologin Liese Hoefer (1920-2009), die als kritische Diakonisse für Reformimpulse Sareptas steht. So entsteht anhand dieser exemplarischen Frauen ein lebendiges Bild einer Institution, die maßgeblich von diesen getragen und gestaltet wurde.[Sarepta's Daughters. The Life of Deaconesses between Self-Denial and Self-Assertion]The work of deaconesses in hospitals and parishes in the 19th and the first half oft he 20th century realized important functions of care and are an essential part of church history. In 1869 in Bielefeld/Westfalia the Westfalian Deaconess Institution - called Sarepta - was founded, which had been one of the largest in Germany. There is nearly no research about the concrete life and work of deaconesses. Ute Gause shows the life of three women of Sarepta with the help of archive material - the first head Emilie Heuser (1820-1898), a district nurse, Anna Siebel (1874-1975), and the reformer Liese Hoefer (1920-2009), a PhD Psychologist, who wanted to change the institution, - thus showing a lifely picture of an institution largely supported and designed by women.

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My Bielefeld
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Bielefeld's inspiration? Its people and places!Bielefeld is an open-minded city - encouraging and welcoming help to shape the city life.Often misjudged, often surprising.The large-format coffee-table book "My Bielefeld" with 240 pages wishes to introduce the city and impressively depicts the diversity of a town that is widely unknown. Appealing photos that were taken exclusively for this book and texts that don't retell but tell anew create an image that inspires to explore the unexplored.People from Bielefeld. Prominent figures and average but inspiring citizens have their say and present their favourite places in Bielefeld. Theatres, day nurseries, restaurants, bars and outdoor pools, studios, classrooms, cinemas. A very private, personal tour of the city near Teutoburg Forest. You will come across parks, rivers, forest paths, fields, museums and concert halls. A guiding thread takes you through "My Bielefeld". All places are numbered and are shown in an illustrated map, so you can easily find and visit them - in your mind or in real life.What's typical for Bielefeld? How is life here? What's special? Diverse opinions give multifaceted insights into the city, its surroundings, the people, their point of view, and city places. In the end you get the picture of Bielefeld's trademark: you can come as you are!- the ultimate, very personal book on the city- exclusive photos- a book for Bielefeld's citizens - or those who want to join in

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Actions, Reasons and Reason
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Through the whole history of mankind philosophers have taken pride in being reasonable agents. During the last decades Rüdiger Bittner, one of the internationally best renown german philosophers and winner of the Gottlob Frege award 2011, has developed a surprisingly different picture: We are much more part than master of the universe. The articles in the volume address this challenging view, illuminating and discussing it from various angles of practical philosophy including the aesthetics of film and theatre. Authors: Ansgar Beckermann (Bielefeld), Rüdiger Bittner (Bielefeld), Raymond Geuss (Cambridge), Martina Herrmann (Dortmund), Marco Iorio (Potsdam), Susanne Kaul (Bielefeld), Jens Kulenkampff (Erlangen), Hajo Kurzenberger (Hildesheim), Kirsten Meyer (Berlin), Onora O'Neill (Cambridge), Ralf Stoecker (Bielefeld), Jay Wallace (Berkeley).

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Mein allererstes Instrumentenbuch
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These paperbound picture books provide the ideal entry into the world of music for the very little ones. In Instrumentenbuch, funny animals present their 14 musical instruments and invite the children to look at and name them. In Liederbuch, colourful pictures with notes and verse texts introduce well-known children's songs. Renate Seelig, born in Bielefeld, studied at the academies of art in Kassel and Hamburg. She worked in advertising agencies and since 1974 as a free-lance illustrator. She has illustrated numerous picture and children's books for various publishers. Renate Seelig lives in Frankfurt.

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Dying in text and picture - online obituaries
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Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 1,0, Bielefeld University, language: English, abstract: Obituaries in newspapers and magazines are solemn, quiet affairs. But the new media offer a different kind of way of honoring a deceased loved one. You can publish articles, countless picture, interactive guest-books and other gimmicks. But a very popular means of mourning are slideshow obituaries. A few notes concerning terminology are necessary at this point. The term obituary is traditionally used for text-only formats (sometimes including a single picture) that appear in newspapers. The slideshow obituaries of our corpus are structurally as well as content-wise very different from these. Nonetheless, we use have the term as a starting point for our paper and will use it throughout our text. One can argue that a comparison between slideshow obituaries and traditional ones is impossible because of the high discrepancies in structure and content. But our reason for omitting such a comparison is based on the fact that an analysis of this kind would have to rely primarily on linguistic aspects. The numerous pictures in slideshow obituaries would be dealt with very briefly and which does not do justice to the prominent role they play in this particular kind of text. But the 'more' of a slideshow obituary is not only the pictures. Other visuals play an important role, the layout, the hosting website. You have the freedom to use different fonts and font sizes. You can create everything from scratch or fall back on websites that provide design templates. You can add music or a voice message. The content is usually much less limited than that of a traditional obituary. This myriad of design possibilities leads to our hypothesis: we propose that, in slideshow obituaries, the different modalities - especially word and image - cannot be separated from one another. They fulfill inherently different functions and each contributes vital information to the overall product. Following this introduction, there will be a section on online obituaries. It will introduce the concept and give examples of different website providing such a service. Chapter three contains the main part of this paper; the analysis of our small corpus of slideshow obituaries. We will determine the functions of the word and the functions of the image. A comparison of these analyses will support our hypothesis. A conclusion will round off the paper and give an outlook on possible further research.

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Portraying the other
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,7, Bielefeld University (English Department), course: Meeting the 'Other', language: English, abstract: Without Alterity or Diversity life would be a boring monotony. To experience new facets of life or society we need help. Stereotypes are helpful. They give us the possibility to organize our world. Everything is put into its place, neat and tidy. As long as they are an instrument which builds only the base for further recognition and evaluation of human beings they are useful. When they become our only source of getting acquainted with other human beings, when they are fixed and immobile, stereotypes become a destructive force. 'A 'stereotype' is a generalization about a person or group of persons. We develop stereotypes when we are unable or unwilling to obtain all of the information we would need to make fair judgments about people or situations. In the absence of the 'total picture,' stereotypes in many cases allow us to 'fill in the blanks.' Our society often innocently creates and perpetuates stereotypes, but these stereotypes often lead to unfair discrimination and persecution when the stereotype is unfavorable. '( Gary M. Grobman) Stereotype as a general term shows a 'clear' ambiguity, therefore I want to categorize them into positive and negative stereotypes. Positive is the one which is a first means of evaluation without prejudices and with good intentions, negative is the one which is the only means of prejudicial evaluation. It is easier to learn and experience novelties when there is a kind of guiding light. The following pages will show that learning with open eyes and sympathy for the 'Other' first needs stereotypes. Two different parts can be correlated. Sometimes even if two similar, but slightly different parts merge, like Josephs Conrad's goddesses. When guidance is needed, which is always the case when we encounter new spheres, in literature or in life, stereotypes can be helpful, as long as we are aware of the fact that they are just the first step into a new world. How stereotypes in literary texts are a means to develop positive or negative feelings for a figure, how flexible they were created and in which way a figure developed I want to show with a gender-orientated, reader-responded view on three texts written by three authors: Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness will provide the 'goddesses', The Passage to India written by EM Forster the 'blue-stocking' and Rose Tremain's The Colour the 'new' woman.

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Mein allererstes Liederbuch
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These paperbound picture books provide the ideal entry into the world of music for the very little ones. In Liederbuch, colourful pictures with notes and verse texts introduce well-known children's songs. Renate Seelig, born in Bielefeld, studied at the academies of art in Kassel and Hamburg. She worked in advertising agencies and since 1974 as a free-lance illustrator. She has illustrated numerous picture and children's books for various publishers. Renate Seelig lives in Frankfurt.

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Infinite Length Modules
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This volume presents the invited lectures of a conference devoted to Infinite Length Modules, held at Bielefeld, September 7-11, 1998. Some additional surveys have been included in order to establish a unified picture. The scientific organization of the conference was in the hands of K. Brown (Glasgow), P. M. Cohn (London), I. Reiten (Trondheim) and C. M. Ringel (Bielefeld). The conference was concerned with the role played by modules of infinite length when dealing with problems in the representation theory of algebras. The investi gation of such modules always relies on information concerning modules of finite length, for example simple modules and their possible extensions. But the converse is also true: recent developments in representation theory indicate that a full un derstanding of the category of finite dimensional modules, even over a finite dimen sional algebra, requires consideration of infinite dimensional, thus infinite length, modules. For instance, the important notion of tameness uses one-parameter fami lies of modules, or, alternatively, generic modules and they are of infinite length. If one tries to exhibit a presentation of a module category, it turns out to be essential to take into account the indecomposable modules which are algebraically compact, or, equivalently, pure injective. Specific methods have been developed over the last few years dealing with such special situations as group algebras of finite groups or noetherian rings, and there are surprising relations to topology and geometry. The conference outlined the present state of the art.

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