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Brantz, Dorothee


Beastly Natures

Animals, Humans, and the Study of History edited by Dorothee Brantz

Although the animal may be, as Nietzsche argued, ahistorical, living completely in the present, it nonetheless plays a crucial role in human history. The fascination with animals that leads not only to a desire to observe and even live alongside them, but to capture or kill them, is found in all... More


Greening the City

Urban Landscapes in the Twentieth Century Edited by Dorothee Brantz and Sonja Duempelmann

The modern city is not only pavement and concrete. Parks, gardens, trees, and other plants are an integral part of the urban environment. Often the focal points of social movements and political interests, green spaces represent far more than simply an effort to balance the man-made with the... More