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This page lists some of the projects I have been involved in over the past few years, providing an indication of the range of my work.

FIB – FAMILY IN BALANCE game by Eva Tillmetz

This beautifully made game is in fact more than just a game! Developed by the…

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Digital Musicology Austria

Website of Digital Musicology Austria

I produced the English translations for this online platform, which is hosted by the Austrian…

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Roswitha Skare, Nanook of the North from 1922 to Today: The Famous Arctic Documentary and its Afterlife (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2016).

The first academic monograph on this famous documentary, detailing the history of the film’s genesis…

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Rolf Niehoff and Kunibert Bering, Visual Proficiency (Oberhausen: Athena Verlag, 2015).

This seminal work on how we “read” and interpret visual images was written by two…

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Marcus Spangenberg, Ludwig II: A Different Kind of King (Regensburg: Pustet Verlag, 2015).

Part of Pustet’s series of “little Bavarian biographies”, this delightful book presents the tragic life…

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Thomas Vormbaum, A Modern History of German Criminal Law. Ed. Michael Bohlander (Berlin: Springer, 2014).

This seminal book provides an overview of German criminal law - one of the most…

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Kirstin von Glasow, 111 Shops in London That You Shouldn’t Miss (Cologne: emons, 2014).

A “sophisticated shopping guide”, as the book’s title page promises, to some of London’s most…

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Exhibition catalogue Minas and Narek Avetisyan: Modernism and Avant-Garde in Armenia (Stiftung Moritzburg Halle, 2014).

The catalogue to the first exhibition in the West of the works of groundbreaking modernist…

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Marion Trestler, Destination UK: Women Immigrants from Post-War Austria (London and Vienna, 2013).

A book in which the Austrian-born, London-based photographer Marion Trestler documents the lives and stories…

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Margaret Bent and Robert Klugseder, A Veneto Liber Cantus (Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2012).

A facsimile and critical edition of rare 15th-century music fragments in the Bavarian State Library,…

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