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Transfer and Translation

Zaur Gasimov (Orient-Institut Istanbul, Turkey) and Carl Antonius Lemke Duque (U Deusto, Bilbao, Spain), (eds.)
Publication Date 2015
Publication Comparativ 25, Vol. 2
Publisher Leipziger Universitätsverlag
Language English
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Carl Antonius Lemke Duque / Zaur Gasimov
Introduction. Outlines of a Logical Constitutive Model of Cultural Transfer

Carl Antonius Lemke Duque
Kant in Spanish Liberalism. On Translatory Dimensions of Pre-Krausist Cultural Exchange between Germany and Spain (1812–1823)

Dina Gusejnova
Keyserling’s Keywords: The Challenges of Translating Europe

Zaur Gasimov / Hasan Aksakal
Not quite in, but via Europe. Reading Lenin in Turkey

Biographical Note:
Dr. Zaur Gasimov
Zaur Gasimov studied international relations, international law, and history in Baku (Azerbaijan), Berlin (Germany), and Eichstätt (Germany). From 2002 to 2003, he was working for the press and publishing sector of the German embassy in Baku. In 2009, Zaur Gasimov obtained a doctorate with a DAAD and Open Society Institute (George Soros Foundation) scholarship at the University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany. His dissertation on instrumentalization of the history by the military in communist Poland and the Union of Soviet Socialist Studies was honoured with the special prize by the Polish foreign ministry. Since September 2015, he is research consultant at the Orient-Institut Istanbul (Turkey) and conducts research on transfer of ideas between Russia, Europe, and Turkey during the 20th century.

Dr. Carl Antonius Lemke Duque
Carl Antonius Lemke Duque main research interests are in medieval and modern history, Romantic philology, philosophy, political science, and sociology. He has studied in Bonn, Berlin, Madrid, and Munich. From 2000 to 2001, he was a research scholar at the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Madrid) and pre-doc scholar at the European Research Network “Problems of Educational Standardization and Transformation in a Global Environment” at Complutense University of Madrid. In 2002, he received his Magister Artium from Humboldt University of Berlin. From 2003 to 2004, he was a pre-doc scholar in “Los Fundamentos Intelectuales del Franquismo: Recepción y Recreación del Pensamiento político y pedagógico en la España de Franco, 1940–1975”. In 2004, he received his Diploma de Estudios Avanzados from Complutense University of Madrid. In 2011, he received his title of Dr. phil. From Ludwig Maxilimian University of Munich. From 2011 to 2013, he was a post-doc fellow at the Researching Training Group (DFG): “Die christlichen Kirchen vor der Herausforderung Europa” as the Leibniz Institute of European History, Mainz. From 2013 to 2014, he was an associate external scientist in the Research Team INNOVA at the University of Deusto, Bilbao/Donostia-San Sebastian. Since 2015, he is a post-doc fellow at the Basque Government University of Deusto and fellow in residence at the German Historical Institute (DHI) in Rome.