Current Projects

SOURCES:

 

Jens Mastnak: In der King’s German Legion. Die Briefe der Brüder Carl, Ernst, Friedrich und Ivan von Hodenberg (1803 – 1815).

[In the King’s German Legion. The letters of the brothers Carl, Ernst, Friedrich and Ivan von Hodenberg (1803 – 1815).]

Solivagus Praeteritum, ISBN 978-3-947064-14-4

(To be published from the end of 2021).

 

Bernd Ulrich Hucker et al. (eds.): Die Chronik des Abtes Theodor Stracke.

[The Chronicle of Abbot Theodor Stracke.]
Solivagus, ISBN 978-3-943025-38-5

(To be published 2022).

 


REGIONAL CHRONICLES:

 

Bernd Ulrich Hucker (ed.): Der Steinerne Mann und Bischof Johann der Alchemist. Verdener Heimatgeschichte im Spiegel der Sage.

[The Stone Man and Bishop John the Alchemist. Local history of Verden in the mirror of legend.]
Solivagus, ISBN 978-3-943025-40-8

(To be published 2022).

 


SERIES:

 

Florian Jungmann und Martin Krieger (ed.): Dänemark als globaler Akteur (17.-20. Jahrhundert). Koloniale Besitzungen und historische Verantwortung.

[Denmark as a global actor (17th-20th centuries). Colonial Possessions and Historical Responsibility.]

Solivagus Praeteritum, ISBN 978-3-947064-15-1

(To be published 2021).

 


MONOGRAPHS:

 

Tobias Pietsch: Vom Ritterhof zum Gut. Die niederadligen Eigenwirtschaften Mecklenburgs im spätmittelalterlichen Wandel.

[From knight’s court to manor. The Lower Noble Estates of Mecklenburg during the transition of the Late Middle Ages.]

Solivagus Publishing, ISBN 978-3-943025-66-8

(To be published spring 2022).

 

Emil Julius Gumbel: Verschwörer. Zur Geschichte und Soziologie der deutschen nationalistischen Geheimbünde 1918-1924. New edition of the original edition from 1924.

[Conspirators. On the History and Sociology of the German Nationalist Secret Societies 1918-1924.]

Solivagus Praeterium, ISBN 978-3-947064-17-5

(To be published in spring 2022).

 

Marion Kobelt-Groch (ed.): Marfa Coray: Die drei Kinder im Herrengarten.

[Marfa Coray: The three children in the manor garden.]
Solivagus, ISBN 978-3-947064-02-1

(To be published in spring of 2022).

With her childhood memories, the youngest daughter of the writer Leopold von Sacher-Masoch (1836-1895) provides intimate insights into the family life of one of the most widely read writers of the 19th century. Away from pedagogical theories, children are given happy years in a cosmos filled with love, imagination and knowledge. The book is not only a literary reading pleasure, but also a source on the bourgeois-aristocratic life of the fin de siècle.
The previously unpublished childhood memories appear as a text-critical edition with biographical sketches of the individual family members in the epilogue.