Dr. Klaus Geiselhart


Institut für Geographie

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Geiselhart, K., & Häberer, T. (2019). „Wenn ich es nicht tue, dann macht’s ein anderer“ – Subjektwerdungen und Verantwortung. Geographica Helvetica, 74, 113–124. https://dx.doi.org/10.5194/gh-74-113-2019
Geiselhart, K. (2018). Reasoning matters: Transrational traits of healing in competing medical epistemes in Botswana. South African Journal of Philosophy, 37(2), 178-192. https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02580136.2018.144377
Geiselhart, K. (2018). WHO guidelines challenged in Botswana: traditional medicine between healing, politics and witchcraft. Journal of Political Ecology, 25(1), 169-185.
Geiselhart, K. (2017). Call it by its proper name! Territory-ism and territorial stigmatisation as a dynamic model: The case of Old Naledi. In Paul Kirkness und Andreas Tijé-Dra (Eds.), Negative Neighbourhodd Reputation and Place Attachment (pp. 216-234). London, New York: Routledge.
Geiselhart, K. (2016). Casting the Bones – Ambiguität und Transrationalität in kultureller und wissenschaftlicher Praxis. In Potysch, Nicolas; Bauer, Matthias (Eds.), Deutungsspielräume. Mehrdeutigkeit als kulturelles Phänomen (pp. 237-261). Frankfurt a. M.: Lang GmbH.
Geiselhart, K. (2016). Resources are not everything, and what is a household? A critique of common approaches to analyzing livelihoods. African Geographical Review. https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19376812.2016.1235501
Pohle, P., Kieslinger, J., Kordel, S., & Geiselhart, K. (2015). Kulturgeographisches Geländepraktikum – Handbuch und Leitfaden. Erlangen.
Geiselhart, K. (2015). Praxis ist mehr als Praktiken – Warum moderne Ärzte und spirituelle Heiler im Prinzip das Gleiche tun. Geographica Helvetica, 70, 205-214. https://dx.doi.org/10.5194/gh-70-205-2015
Geiselhart, K., Schlatter, F., Orlowski, B., & Krüger, F. (2015). The cultural sense of disasters: Practices and singularities in the context of HIV/AIDS. In Krüger, Fred; Bankoff, Greg; Cannon, Terry; Orlowski, Benedikt und Lisa Schipper (Eds.), Cultures and Disasters: Understanding Cultural Framings in Disaster Risk Reduction (pp. 123-144). Taylor and Francis Inc..
Krüger, F., Geiselhart, K., & Schmitz, P. (2014). Culturally sensitive public health makes a difference: The HIV/AIDS disaster and beyond. In IFRC (Eds.), World Disasters Report 2014. Focus on culture and risk (pp. 152-183). Genf.

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