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Kerstin v. d. Krone
Research Fellow , researcher in Modern Jewish History and Culture, interested in History and Politics, curious about the World
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Nicole Diekmann Oct 18
Arztpraxis, 2018.
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History of Knowledge Oct 18
A 18th ct. mathematics notebook and the art of doodles ^k
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Kerstin v. d. Krone Oct 16
Replying to @KerstinvdKrone
Wie verhalten sich Drittmittel zur Grundfinanzierung? Und Personalmittel zu Sachmittel? Nur so als Beispiel.
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Kerstin v. d. Krone Oct 16
Replying to @KerstinvdKrone
Allein die eingeworbenen Drittmittel auf die Anzhal der Professuren runter zu rechnen ist kaum aussagekräftig. Wie viele Projekte wurden gefördert? Wie viele wiss. Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter?
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Kerstin v. d. Krone Oct 16
Replying to @KerstinvdKrone
Forschungskosten in Medizin, Naturwissenschaften und den technischen Fächern sind höher als in den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften.
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Kerstin v. d. Krone Oct 16
Replying to @KerstinvdKrone
Folgender Satz ist mindestens undifferenziert, wenn nicht gar irreführend: „Mediziner und Ingenieure bekommen die meisten Drittmittel. Professoren anderer Fachrichtungen bleiben weit dahinter zurück.“
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Kerstin v. d. Krone Oct 16
zu Drittmitteln in der Wissenschaft: Ein bisschen mehr Kontext wäre schön!
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Jana Hensel Oct 13
Lieber ⁦⁩, 1989 sind die Ostdeutschen aber nicht gescheitert. Unsere Revolution war erfolgreich. Übrigens: zum ersten Mal.
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Alexandra Kemmerer Oct 13
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Kerstin v. d. Krone Oct 6
Busy reading and writing for “Agents of Cultural Change”
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History of Knowledge Oct 4
Boris Jardine on using early modern instrument manuals as instruments themselves: ^m
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Richard Littler Sep 12
Proselytisers just came knocking. Not had that in years. "Hello. We'd like to talk to you about about the oldest book in the world" "What, Gilgamesh?" "Erm. no. The Bible" "I think you'll find that the Sumerian epic predates the Bible by 2 or 3 thousand years at least" "Oh" "Bye"
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Incunabula Sep 16
The first book printed in Africa: Jacob ben Asher's Yoreh De'ah, printed in Fez, Morocco, by Jewish printers in 1516. Printing reached Africa 23 years before Central America (Mexico), 38 years before Russia, 65 years before South America (Peru) and 122 years before North America.
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GHI Washington Sep 14
The Leo Baeck Fellowship Programme, overseen by and , welcomes doctoral fellowship applications from scholars of the history & culture of German-speaking Jewry for the 2019/20 academic year. For further info:
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History of Knowledge Sep 14
For your Friday afternoon reading pleasure: Roger Chickering on “Kuhn and Lamprecht”,
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Tobias Becker Sep 13
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Kerstin v. d. Krone Sep 1
Washington National Cathedral at dawn
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Shit Academics Say Aug 23
Knowledge: Answers Curiosity: Questions Wisdom: Answering a question with a question
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History of Knowledge Aug 19
Interesting take on Schroedinger 😉 ^k
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Kerstin v. d. Krone Aug 19
Der Schatzmeister oder auch „Von Berlin nach Jerusalem“
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