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Felix-Rexhausen Award 2009 Christine Schön: radio feature "Nachhall – Junge Lesben suchen nach ihrer Geschichte"
August Dillmann Always a theologian at heart, he returned to theology in 1864. His Giessen lectures were published under the titles, "Ursprung der alttestamentlichen Religion" (1865) and "Die Propheten des alten Bundes nach ihrer politischen Wirksamkeit" (1868). In 1869 appeared his commentary on "Hiob", (4th edition 1891) which stamped him as one of the foremost Old Testament exegetes.
Stephan Jakob Neher In his first considerable work, which appeared in 1861, he deals with the topic of the privileged Altar ("altare privilegiatum"). In 1864 he published the first volume of his carefully planned work, "Kirchliche Geographie und Statistik", which comprises three volumes (Ratisbon, 1864–68). It was, for that day, an important work for historians. Its author was one of the first in modern times to focus on this branch of church history, collecting with care material often very difficult to procure, and arranging it systematically. His book on the celebration of two Masses by a priest on the same day pertains to canon law, and it bears the title: "Die Bination nach ihrer geschichtlichen Entwicklung und nach dem heutigen Recht" (Ratisbon, 1874). After 1878 Neher edited the statistical "Personalkatalog" of his own diocese of Rottenburg am Neckar, and was one of the principal contributors to the second edition of Wetzer und Welte's Kirchenlexicon. For this work he wrote 235 articles, or greater parts of articles. Their content is chiefly matter relating to church history, or to ecclesiastical statistics.
Karl Albert Scherner As a philosopher, Scherner was principally interested in the nature of the human soul. The first course he taught at Breslau was called “Das Wesen und Leben der Seelensubstanz vom Standpunkte des spekulativen Forschers” (The nature and life of the soul-substance from the standpoint of the speculative researcher) (1858–59), followed the next year by “Psychologie oder Beschreibung der Menschenseele nach ihrer allgemeinen Natur und ihren besonderen Vermögen und Kräften mit durchgängiger Berücksichtigung der leiblichen Seite” (The psychology or description of the human soul according to its general nature and its special attributes and powers with continual reference to the physical side) (1859–60). In 1860-61, he taught two courses on “Politik oder über den Organismus des Staatskörpers” (Politics or on the organism of the state body) and “Über den Charakter Friedrichs des Großen” (On the character of Frederick the Great). Between 1861 and 1867 his courses included “Originalforschungen über die Seele des Weibes” (Original research on the soul of woman), “Über die psychologischen Schätze der Sprichwörter” (On the psychological treasury of proverbs), Psychologie”, “Metaphysik der Seele” (Metaphysics of the soul), “Psychologische Erklärung von Shakespeares König Lear” (Psychological interpretation of Shakespeare’s King Lear) and “Psychologische Erklärung der Shakespearischen Tragödie Hamlet” (Psychological interpretation of the Shakespearian tragedy Hamlet).
Plant ecology Plant ecology has its origin in the application of plant physiology to the questions raised by plant geographers. Carl Ludwig Willdenow was one of the first to note that similar climates produced similar types of vegetation, even when they were located in different parts of the world. Willdenow's student, Alexander von Humboldt, used physiognomy to describe vegetation types and observed that the distribution vegetation types was based on environmental factors. Later plant geographers who built upon Humboldt's work included Joakim Frederik Schouw, A.P. de Candolle, August Grisebach and Anton Kerner von Marilaun. Schouw's work, published in 1822, linked plant distributions to environmental factors (especially temperature) and established the practice of naming plant associations by adding the suffix "-etum" to the name of the dominant species. Working from herbarium collections, De Candolle searched for general rules of plant distribution and settled on using temperature as well. Grisebach's two-volume work, "Die Vegetation der Erde nach Ihrer Klimatischen Anordnung", published in 1872, saw plant geography reach its "ultimate form" as a descriptive field.