Another two EGO-articles have been published in EnglishLorena Atzeris article »Roman Law and Reception« deals with the development and reception of roman law from 9th century BC to the 19th century. Especially, the Codex Iuris Civiles, gathered by the eastroman emperor Justinian had a wide influence on german and european civil law.
In her article »The Thirty Years' War as a European Media Event«, Esther-Beate Körber attends to the Thirty Years‘ War as a media phenomenon. Being the first war, that has been refered to that much in pamphlets, newspapers and so called »messrelationen«, the reports often poised between objectiveness and propagandistic undertones.
Dr. Lorenza Atzeris is research assistant at the University of Milano and in 2017, she was guest lecturer at the Institute of Legal and Constitutional Research at the University of St. Andrews. Also, she works as an external research assistant at the »Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen«, where she takes part in editing byzantine sources of law.
In 1993, Esther-Beate Körber aimed her habilitation about »Öffentlichkeiten der Frühen Neuzeit«. She is adjunct professor at the Freie Universität zu Berlin. Her research fields include History of Media and Communication, Prussian History and pamphlets publicism.