Studien zu Geschichte, Theologie und Wissenschaftsgeschichte
[Studies in History, Theology, and the History of Science]
Ed. by Akademie der Wissenschaften
Aims and Scope
This anthology brings together contributions from the fields of politics, theology, and the history of science. In his essay, E. Lohse explores the beginnings of early Christian literature. O. Kaiser examines correspondence between the biblical philologists Heinrich Ewald and Herman Hupfeld. W. Künne documents Goethe's attachment to the northern Italian city of Bolzano, and W. Ludwig analyzes the Turkish and Persian Latin of the Epistolae Turcicae. In the volume's final contribution, Karin Reich analyzes the exchange of letters between the mathematician Gauss and his friend and biographer, the geologist Wolfgang Sartorius von Waltershausen.