(Re)Searching the Digital Bauhaus:Auflage 2009
Re-searching the Historical Present:Implications on Aboriginal Education, Policy and Schools Lorenzo Cherubini
(re)searching for shared meanings between teachers and children:identities - being and belonging Jennifer Skattebol
(Re)searching Gothenburg. The Post-industrial City:Göteborg and Greifswald. 1. Auflage Lisa Gutman
Essay from the year 2014 in the subject Scandinavian Languages, grade: 2,0, Göteborg University (Cultural Sciences), course: Scandinavian Studies: Cultural and Social Perspectives, language: English, abstract: In accordance with the book (re)searching Gothenburg, the aim of this essay is to show that general social processes can also be studied in smaller and peripheral cities, together with their unique aspects (Holgersson et al., p 26) - but, above that, to take that idea one step further into the periphery of the world. Accordingly, this essay is going to analyse a small, rather unimportant and unknown city in north-eastern Germany: the University and Hanseatic City of Greifswald. The paper looks at the historical and cultural development and significance of Greifswald. It concludes that this small, rather unimportant and unknown city in north-eastern Germany might be the perfect example of a successful transformation with its historic, but renovated inner city, the cobblestoned streets with modern small shops, altogether with its particular nerdy, campus-like, and authentic feel. Lisa Gutman, geboren 1989 in Berlin, studierte Germanistik uns Skandinavistik in Greifswald und Göteborg, bevor sie sich im Masterstudium an der Freien Universität Berlin auf Neuere deutsche Literatur spezialisierte. Heute lebt und arbeitet sie im Südwesten Berlins.
Sometimes what you´re searching for finds you. Rashani has a problem—too many terrific guys and too little time. She´s trying to figure out if she has a real love connection with any of her teammates on the Ice Search and Rescue Team. Just when she started to narrow down the field, there´s a new entry to consider. Dr. Drake Stoker loves Trixie, the genetically-engineered polmund who was literally made for search and rescue situations in extreme cold weather. The Venlanten scientist never has trouble finding a date, but he may have found his true love on Ice. Now, he has to convince her that he´s sticking around. When Dr. Drake joins the Ice Search and Rescue team to find one of their own, he may have found just what he didn´t know he needed. Welcome to Ice, the flash-frozen third moon of the planet Zavaroff. Ice has been developed as a resort focused on Ice related activities—ice climbing, ice skiing, ice sled racing. The resort and village are completely enclosed for the comfort of Ice´s citizens and visitors. Step through the Erdexi transport sphere and meet the people who live, work, and fall in love on Ice. Searching for Love is the first book in Jo Carey's Ice Search and Rescue series. 64 pages.