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Abb.: Petér Bagoly-Simó

Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät - Didaktik

Publikationen

Herausgeberschaft Zeitschriften

Herausgeberschaft Reihen

Wissenschaftlicher Beirat

Monographien

  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013). Implementation of ESD in Curricula and Textbooks in International Comparison (Habilitation thesis). Eichstätt: Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, 149 p.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Umlandprozesse: Bevölkerungssuburbanisierung und Migrationen am Beispiel siebenbürgischer Städte (Umlandprozesse: Population Suburbanization in Transylvania Cities). Beiträge zur Regionalen Geographie 65. Leipzig: Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde, 184 p., ISBN 978-3-86082-082-7.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2008). Földrajzdidaktikai kutatások (Research in Geography Education). Bucharest: Editura Didactică și Pedagogică, 173 p., ISBN 978-973-30-2391-3.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2008). Ember és tér. Népességföldrajzi gyakorlatok (People and Space. Population Geography). Cluj-Napoca: Presa Universitară Clujeană, 133 p., ISBN 978-973-610-754-2.

 

Herausgeberschaft und Gastherausgeberschaft

  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (ed.) (2017). A Non-Thematic Special Issue. RIGEO (Review of International Geographical Education Online), 7(1).
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. & G. Stöber (eds.) (2016). Koordinaten der geographischen Schulbuchforschung (Coordinates of Geographical Textbook Research). Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik | Journal of Geography Education (ZGD), 44(3).
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (mod.) (2015). Berlin. Praxis Geographie, 45(9).
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (ed.) (2012). Környezet és fenntarthatóság a földrajzoktatásban (Environment and Sustainability in Geography Education). Cluj-Napoca: Presa Universitară Clujeană, 313 p., ISBN 978-973-610-761-0.

 

Aufsätze in SSCI-Zeitschriften

  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2021). What Does That Have to Do with Geology? The Anthropocene in School Geographies Around the World. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 111 (accepted).
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., Hartmann, J., & Reinke, V. (2020). School Geography under COVID-19: Geographical Knowledge in the German Formal Education. Tijdschrift poor economische en Sociale geografie. Journal of Economic and Social Geography, 111(3), 224–238.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., Hemmer, I., & Reinke, V. (2016). Training ESD Change Agents Through Geography: Designing the Curriculum of a Master’s Program With Emphasis on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 42(2), 174–191.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2014). Tracing Sustainability: Concepts of Sustainable Development and Education for Sustainable Development in Lower Secondary Geography Curricula of International Selection. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 23(2), 126–141.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013). Still Red and in War or Just Poor? European Transformation Societies in Geography Textbooks. Journal of Geography, 112(3), 108–119.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013). Half-told Stories of Climate Change: School Geography and (Un)Sustainable Development. Geography, 98(3), 123–132.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2011). Putting Together the Pieces of the Puzzle ― Traces of New Zealand in International School Geography Textbooks. New Zealand Geographer, 67(1), 52–59.
  • Arrowsmith, C., Bagoly-Simó, P., Finchum, A., Oda, K., & Pawson, E. (2011). The Implications of Student Employability for the Design of Geography Curricula. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 35(3), 365–377.

 

Aufsätze in wissenschaftlichen Zeitschriften mit peer-review

  • Dulamă, M. E., Ilovan, O. R., Bagoly-Simó, P., & Magdaș, I. (2019). The Development of the Geographical Education System in Romania, under the Impact of World War II and during the Transition to Communism. Transylvanian Review, XXVII (Supplement 2), 219–237.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2018). BNE und geographische Bildung. Nationale und internationale Perspektiven (Education for Sustainable Development and Geographical Education. National and International Perspectives). Geographische Rundschau, 70(10), 10–15.
  • Ilovan, O. R., Bagoly-Simó, P., & Herbstritt, G. (2018). Visual Discourse in Romanian Geography Textbooks during Socialism (1948–1989). Romanian Review of Geographical Education, VII(2), 59–70.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2018). Identity, Territory and Geography Education. Territorial Identity and Development (TID), 3(2), 75–80.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & I. Hemmer (2017). Geographiedidaktische Forschungen im Spiegel von ZGD 1973–2016 (Research in Geography Education Based on Articles Published in ZGD beween 1973–2016). Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik | Journal of Geography Education (ZGD), 45(4), 19–42.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2017). Exploring Comparative Curricular Research in Geography Education. Documents d’Anàlisi Geogràfica, 63(3), 561–573.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Uhlenwinkel, A. (2016). Why Physical Geography? An Analysis of Justifications in Teacher Magazines in Britain and Germany. Nordidactica–Journal of Humanities and Social Science Education, 2016(1), 23–37.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., Dulamă, M. E., Ilovan, O. R., Kosinszki, S.-A., & Răcășan, B. S. (2016). Exploring Map Drawing Skills of Geography Teacher Training Students. The European Proceedings of Social and Behavioral Sciences EpSBS, XVIII, 41–47.
  •  Uhlenwinkel, A., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2015). Mihin luonnonmaantieteen opetusta tarvitaan Saksassa (What Is the Aim of Teaching Physical Geography in Germany)? Natura, 52(4), 36–37.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2014). Implementierung von BNE am Ende der UN-Dekade. Eine internationale Vergleichsstudie am Beispiel des Fachunterrichts (Implementation of ESD at the End of the UN DESD. An Internationally Comparative Study of Subject Education). Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik | Journal of Geography Education (ZGD), 42(4), 219–254.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013). Tracing Sustainability: An International Comparison of ESD Implementation into Lower Secondary Education. Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 7(1), 91–108.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013). Dealing with Growth: Population Dynamics and (Un)Sustainability in Geography Textbooks. RIGEO (Review in International Geographical Education Online), 3(1), 56–76.
  • Hemmer, I., Bagoly-Simó, P., & Fischer, C. (2013). Koexistenz oder Kooperation? Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung an Hochschulen und Umwelteinrichtungen (Coexistence of Cooperation? Education for Sustainable Development in Higher Education and Institutions of Informal Education). Geographie und ihre Didaktik | Journal of Geography Education (GuiD), 41(1), 1–17.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013): Education for Sustainable Development and School Geography Theoretical Considerations. Romanian Review of Geographical Education, 2(1), 4–25.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Divided World vs. One World — A Comparative Analysis of Non-continuous Text Elements in School Geography Textbooks of International Selection. In: IARTEM e-journal, 5(1), 33–43.
  •  Dánél, E., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2009). Sepsiszentgyörgy és szuburbán községeinek vándorlási elemzése (Migration on Sfântu Gheorghe and its Suburban Settlements). Collegium Geographicum, 6, 107–116.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2008). Was bleibt vom Land? Mental mapping der Kenntnisse über die Geografie Rumäniens (Traces of Space: Mental Mapping of Knowledge of Romania’s Geography). Neue Didaktik, 2008(1), 128–141.
  •  Dánél, E., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2008). A szuburbanizáció vizsgálata Csíkszeredában és környékén (Suburbanization in Miercurea Ciuc). Collegium Geographicum, 3-4, 45–58.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2006). Suburbanisierung der Produktions- und Dienstleistungseinheiten. Räumliche Prozesse in der suburbanen Zone von Neumarkt am Mieresch (Secondary and Tertiary Suburbanization on the Urban Fringe of Neumarkt am Mieresch).  Studia Universitatis Babeş-Bolyai, Geographia, LI(2), 137–144.
  •  Benedek, J., & Bagoly, P. (2005). Procesul de suburbanizare din România. Studiu de caz, zona suburbană a municipiului Târgu Mureş (Suburbanization in Romania. The Case Study of Târgu Mureş). Studia Universitatis Babeş-Bolyai, Geographia, L(1), 118–126.

 

Aufsätze in Sammelbänden (peer-reviewed)

  • Hemmer, I., Koch, C., Bagoly-Simó, P., Döpke, M., Limmer, I., Lude, A., Ullrich, M. (2020). Hochschuldidaktische Fortbildung und Indikatorenentwicklung: Zwei Ansätze zur Förderung der BNE-Implementierung in die Lehrkräftebildung (Tertiary Continuing Education and Indicator Development. Two Approaches for Measuring the Implementation of Education for Sustainable Development into Teacher Training). In A. Keil, M. Kuckuck & M. Fassbender (eds.), BNE-Strukturen gemeinsam gestalten. Fachdidaktische Perspektiven und Forschungen zu Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung in der Lehrkräftebildung. Erziehungswissenschaft und Weltgesellschaft vol. 13 (pp. 203–216). Münster: Waxmann.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2020). Der ausgeblendete Mensch: Kulturlandschaften in Berliner Geografieschulbüchern (The Faded Out Humans: Cultural Landscapes in Geography Textbooks for the Federal State of Berlin). In O. Kühne, T. Strobel, R. Tara & M. Wiatr (eds.), Kulturlandschaften in Deutschland und Polen. Eckert. Die Schriftenreihe vol. 144 (pp. 305–326). Göttingen: V&R Unipress.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2019). Research on Geography Textbooks. A Meta-analysis of Work Published in IARTEM Proceedings. In J. Rodríguez Rodríguez, T. M. Braga Garcia & E. Bruillard (eds.), IARTEM 1991–2016: 25 Year Developing Textbook and Educational Media Research (pp. 237–246). Santiago de Compostela: IARTEM.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2018). Science and Geography Textbooks in Light of Subject-Specific Education. In E. Fuchs & A. Bock (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Textbook Studies (pp. 141–155). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Uhlenwinkel, A. (2018). Fachlichkeit aufbauen, Geografie: Vernetzungen und Grenzen (Constructing Subject-Specific Knowledge in Geography between Networks and Borders). In Landesinstitut für Schule und Medien Berlin-Brandenburg (LISUM) (ed.), Gesellschaftswissenschaften 5/6 Unterrichten. Teil 1 (pp. 59–65). Ludwigsfelde: Selbstverlag LISUM.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Hemmer, I. (2018). Kontinuität und Diskontinuitäten. 25 Jahre geographiedidaktische Forschung in GuiD/ZGD (Continuities and Discontinuities. 25 Years of Research in GuiD/ZGD). In M. Dickel, L. Keßler, F. Pettig, & F. Reinhardt (eds.), Grenzen markieren und überschreiten – Positionsbestimmungen im weiten Feld der Geographiedidaktik. Tagungsbeiträge zum HGD-Symposium 2017 in Jena. Geographiedidaktische Forschungen 69 (pp. 38–46). Münster: Selbstverlag HGD.
  • Hemmer, I., Hemmer, M., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2018). Viel Empirie nicht ohne Theorie – ein Rückblick auf die geographiedidaktische Forschung seit 1970 (Considerable Amount of Empirics Not Without Theory. Revisiting Research in Geographical Education Since 1970). In G. Weißeno, R. Nickolaus, M. Oberle, & S. Seeber (eds.), Gesellschaftswissenschaftliche Fachdidaktiken (pp. 3–20). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
  • Hemmer, I., Bagoly-Simó, P., & Hemmer, M. (2018). Perspektiven geographiedidaktischer Forschung (Research in Geography Education). In G. Weißeno, R. Nickolaus, M. Oberle, & S. Seeber (eds.), Gesellschaftswissenschaftliche Fachdidaktiken (pp. 81–92). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Uhlenwinkel, A. (2017). Why Physical Geography? Justifications in Teacher Magazines in Germany. In N. Pyyry, L. Tainio, K. Juuti, R. Vasquez, & M. Paananen (eds.), Changing Subjects, Changing Pedagogies: Diversities in School and Education. Studies in Subject Didactics 13 (pp. 52–67). Helsinki: Suomen ainedidaktinen tutkimusseura.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Uhlenwinkel, A. (2017). Germany: The Need for Rigorous Conceptualization of Progression. O. Muñiz Solari, M. Solem, & R. Boehm (eds.), Learning Progressions in Geography Education. An International Perspective. A Volume in the International Geography Education Series. The Gilbert M. Grosvenor Center for Geographic Education, The National Center for Research in Geography Education (pp. 19–33). New York: Springer.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2017). Analysing Historical Sources. In O. R. Ilovan & I. Doroftei (eds.), Qualitative Research in Regional Geography. A Methodological Approach (pp. 205–216). Cluj-Napoca: Press Universitară Clujeană.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2016). Spatial Identity in Geography Education Sketching a Research Agenda. In O. R. Ilovan & M. E. Dulamă (eds.), Territorial Identity and Values in Geographical Education (pp. 159–175). Cluj-Napoca: Press Universitară Clujeană.
  • Hemmer, I., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2016). Making the Campus Sustainable: The Example of the Catholic University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt. In M. Albiez, G. Banse, K.C. Lindeman, & A. Quint (eds.), Designing Sustainable Urban Futures. Concepts and Practices from Different Countries (pp. 129–139). Karlsruhe: KIT Scientific Publishing.
  • Altmeppen, K.-D., Habisch, A., Kals, E., Hellbrück, J., Markus, M., Bagoly-Simó, P., Hemmer, I., Naab, E., Böttigheimer, C., Zademach, H.-M., Zschaler, F., Trappe, M., Becht, M., Cyffka, B., Haas, F., Heckmann, T., & Stammel, B. (2016). Nachhaltigkeit in Umwelt, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft. Perspektiven und Probleme transdisziplinärer Projekte (Sustainability in Environment, Economy, and Society. Perspectives and Challenges of Transdisciplinary Projects). In K.-D. Altmeppen, F. Zschaler, H.-M. Zademach, C. Böttigheimer, & M. Müller (eds.), Nachhaltigkeit in Umwelt, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft. Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven (pp. 3–46). Heidelberg: Springer VS.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2015). Like it Never Happened: Teaching Post-Socialism in K-12 Geography 25 Years After 1989. In Geobalcanica Society (ed.), Proceedings 2015. International Scientific conference Geobalcanica 2015, 5-7 June 2015, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia (pp. 479–486). Skopje: Geobalcanica Society.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2014). Exploring the Topic Resources in International School Geography Curricula. In M. E. Dulamă, O. R. Ilovan, G. Osaci-Costache, & L. C. Ciobanu (eds.), Tendințe actuale în predarea și învățarea geografieiContemporary Trends in Teaching and Learning Geography (pp. 141–148). Cluj-Napoca: Presa Universitară Clujeană.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2014). Implementierung von Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung in den Fachunterricht im internationalen Vergleich (Implementation of Education for Sustainable Development Into Subject Education. International Perspectives). In M. Müller, I. Hemmer, & M. Trappe (eds.), Nachhaltigkeit neu denken. Rio+x: Impulse für Bildung und Wissenschaft (pp. 181–188). Munich: oekom.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2014). (Un)Sustainable Representations—Climate (Change) in Geography Textbooks of International Selection. In D. Schmeinck & J. Lidstone (eds.), Standards and Research in Geography Education–Current Trends and International Issues (pp. 125–134). Berlin: Mensch und Buch Verlag.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013). Curricularer Ansatz (Curricular Approach). In D. Böhn & G. Obermaier (eds.), Wörterbuch der Geographiedidaktik. Begriffe von A-Z (pp. 46–47). Braunschweig: Westermann.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013). Lehrplan/Curriculum (Curriculum). In D. Böhn & G. Obermaier (eds.), Wörterbuch der Geographiedidaktik. Begriffe von A-Z (pp. 173–174). Braunschweig: Westermann.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013). Mental Maps. In D. Böhn & G. Obermaier (eds.), Wörterbuch der Geographiedidaktik. Begriffe von A-Z (pp. 188–189). Braunschweig: Westermann.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013). Ökologischer Ansatz (Ecological Approach). In D. Böhn & G. Obermaier (eds.), Wörterbuch der Geographiedidaktik. Begriffe von A-Z (pp 206–207). Braunschweig: Westermann.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013). Stadtmodelle (Urban Models). In M. Rolfes & A. Uhlenwinkel (eds.), Metzler Handbuch 2.0 Geographieunterricht. Ein Leitfaden für Praxis und Ausbildung (pp. 497–504). Braunschweig: Westermann.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Implementation of Education for Sustainable Development in Bavarian, Mexican and Romanian School Curricula. In M. E. Dulamă, O. R. Ilovan & F. Bucilă (eds.), Tendințe actuale în predarea și învățarea geografieiContemporary Trends in Teaching and Learning Geography, vol. 11 (pp. 365–373). Cluj-Napoca: Presa Universitară Clujeană.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Hemmer, I. (2012). Orientation for Romanian Schools: Evaluating Map Skills in Geography Textbooks. In M. E. Dulamă, O. R. Ilovan & F. Bucilă (eds.), Tendințe actuale în predarea și învățarea geografieiContemporary Trends in Teaching and Learning Geography, vol. 11 (pp. 293–302). Cluj-Napoca: Presa Universitară Clujeană.
  • Hemmer, I., Bagoly-Simó, P., & Zirkl, F. (2012). Towards a Sustainable University. Sustainability at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. In M. E. Dulamă, O. R. Ilovan & F. Bucilă (eds.), Tendințe actuale în predarea și învățarea geografieiContemporary Trends in Teaching and Learning Geography, vol. 11 (pp. 19–27). Cluj-Napoca: Presa Universitară Clujeană.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Környezet. Fenntarthatóság. Földrajz (Environment. Sustainability. Geography). In P. Bagoly-Simó (eds.), Környezet és fenntarthatóság a földrajzoktatásban (pp. 3–11). Cluj-Napoca: Presa Universitară Clujeană.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Környezetföldrajz és környezeti nevelés a román iskolákban (Environmental Geography and Environmental Education in Romanian Schools). In P. Bagoly-Simó (eds.), Környezet és fenntarthatóság a földrajzoktatásban (pp. 127–152). Cluj-Napoca: Presa Universitară Clujeană.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P., & Canto Herrera, P. (2011). Aspectos de la enseñanza de la Geografía en las escuelas secundarias en Yucatán (Facets of Geography Education in Secondary Schools of Yucatán, Mexico). In P. Canto Herrera (ed.), Bases para la enseñanza universitaria, CONACYT und UADY (pp. 285–312). Mexico City.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2009). Între sumar și irelevent. România în proiecțiile mentale ale absolvenților de liceu (Between Superficial and Irrelevant. Romania in High School Graduates’’ Mental Representations). In M. E. Dulamă, O. R. Ilovan & F. Bucilă (eds.), Tendințe actuale în predarea și învățarea geografieiContemporary Trends in Teaching and Learning Geography, vol. 7 (pp. 23–32). Cluj-Napoca: Presa Universitară Clujeană.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2009). A környezet kérdésköre a Románia földrajza tantárgy tanterveiben és tankönyveiben (Representations of the Environment in Curricula and Textbooks of the Subject Geography of Romania). In I. Mócsy, K. Szacsvai, I. Urák & A.-R. Zsigmond (eds.), V. Kárpát-medencei Környezettudományi Konferencia (pp. 283–289). Cluj-Napoca: Ábel Kiadó.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2008). Szuburbanizáció (Suburbanization). In Gy. Horváth (ed.), Dél-Erdély és Bánság (pp. 328–339). Pécs/Budapest: Dialóg Campus Kiadó.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2008). Geografia fizica în socialism. Studiu comparativ a două manuale pentru clasa a IX-a, din RSR si RDG (Physical Geography in Socialism. A Comparative Study of Two School Geography Textbook For Grade 9 From the Socialist Republic of Romania and the German Democratic Republic). In M. D. Anca, M. E. Dulamă, F. Bucilă & O. R. Ilovan (eds.), Tendințe actuale în predarea și învățarea geografieiContemporary Trends in Teaching and Learning Geography, vol. 5 ( pp. 326–335). Cluj-Napoca: Clusium.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2008). (Túl)élö környezetföldrajz romániai tankönyvekben (Environmental Geography in Romanian School Geography Textbooks). In Z. Orosz, V. Szabó, G. Molnár & I. Fazekas (eds.), IV. Kárpát-medencei Környezettudományi Konferencia, vol. 1 (pp. 75–79). Debrecen: Rexpo.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2007). Posibilități de implementare a gândirii critice la ora de geografie. Lucrul cu hărți (Implementing Critical Thinking in Geography Classrooms Through Maps). In S. E. Bernat (ed.), Predarea de calitate pentru învățarea de calitate: educarea gândirii critice–Quality Teaching for Quality Learning: Education for Critical Thinking) (pp. 12–18). Cluj-Napoca: Presa Universitară Clujeană.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2007). Spatial-conceptual Changes of Settlements. Case Study: the Suburban Area of Târgu Mures. In V. Surd & V. Zotic (eds.), Rural Space (pp. 309–314). Cluj-Napoca: Presa Universitară Clujeană.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2006). Agglomerációk (Urban Agglomerations). In Gy. Horváth (ed.), Északnyugat-Erdély (pp. 188–192). Pécs/Budapest: Dialóg Campus Kiadó.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2006). Analiza istorico-comparativă a exercițiilor și temelor din manualele de geografie (A Historical and Comparative Analysis of Topics and tasks in School Geography Textbooks). In M. E. Dulamă, O. R. Ilovan & F. Bucilă (eds.), Tendințe actuale în predarea și învățarea geografieiContemporary Trends in Teaching and Learning Geography, vol. 1 (pp. 172–177). Cluj-Napoca: Clusium.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2006). Referatul între ideal didactic și realitate. Instrumentalizarea referatelor la disciplina geografie (Students Presentation between Didactic Conceptions and Reality. Student Presentation in School Geography). In M. E. Dulamă, O. R. Ilovan & F. Bucilă (eds.), Tendințe actuale în predarea și învățarea geografieiContemporary Trends in Teaching and Learning Geography, vol. 1 (pp. 191–195). Cluj-Napoca: Clusium.

 

Aufsätze in Zeitschriften mit Herausgeberbegutachtung

  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Uhlenwinkel, A. (2017). Detroit – lokale Antworten auf globale Herausforderungen (Detroit–Local Answers to Global Challenges)? Praxis Geographie, 46(7-8), 54–59.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2016). Energie(Wende) im Schulunterricht: internationale Perspektiven (Energy Transition in School Education: International Perspectives). Geographische Rundschau, 68(11), 42–49.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2015). Berliner Geographien (Geographies of Berlin). Praxis Geographie, 45(9), 4–6.

 

Aufsätze in Sammelbänden mit Herausgeberbegutachtung

 

  • Bagoly-Simó, P. & Y. Behnke (2019). Europe Reconfigured. Representations of a Continent in Hungarian Textbooks. In A. Augschöll Blasbichler, E. Matthes & S. Schütze (eds.): Europa in Bildungsmedien. Europe in Educational Media (pp. 95–107). Bad Heilbrunn: Klinkhardt.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Behnke, Y. (2018). Holy Spaces: Representation of Religion and Belief Systems in Geography Textbook. In S. Schütze & E. Matthes (eds.), Religion und Bildungsmedien. Religion and Educational Media. Beiträge zur historischen und systematischen Schulbuchforschung (pp. 187–200). Bad Heilbrunn: Klinkhardt.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Kucharzyk, K. (2018). Ein Plädoyer für das Offensichtliche (Reasoning for the Obvious).  In J. Lentschke (ed.), Konglomerat Geographischer Arbeiten – Festschrift für Hilmar Schröder zum 65. Geburtstag. Berliner Geographische Arbeiten 121 (pp. 184–191). Berlin: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Lehmann, M. (2018). Berlin Underground Toponymy. In The Society for East Sea (ed.), Achieving Peace and Justice Through Geographical Naming. Proceedings of the 23rd International Seminar on Sea Names Berlin, Germany, 22-25 October 2017 (pp. 11–21). Seoul: The Society for East Sea.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2018). Inszenierungstechnik (Representation Techniques). In A. Brucker, A., J.-B. Haversath & A. Schöps (eds.), Geographie-Unterricht. 102 Stichworte (pp. 105–106). Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Verlag Hohengehren.
  • Behnke, Y., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2017). Circles of Recycling in Geographieschulbüchern (Circles of Recycling in Geography Textbooks). In B. Aamotsbakken, E. Matthes & S. Schütze (eds.), Heterogenität und Bildungsmedien. Heterogeneity and Educational Media. Beiträge zur historischen und systematischen Schulbuch- und Bildungsmedienforschung (pp. 239–251). Bad Helbrunn: Klinkhardt.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2017). Przemilczany człowiekń krajobrazy kulturowe w berlińskich podręcznikach szkolnych (Representation of Cultural Landscapes in Geography Textbook for the Federal State of Berlin). In R. Traba, V. Julkowska & T. Stryjakiewicz (eds.), Krajobrazy kulturowe (pp. 459–486). Warszawa & Berlin: Neriton.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2016). “1989 and All That”: Geography Textbooks During Post-Socialist Transformation. Post-Socialist Transformation in Romania. In E. Matthes & S. Schütze (eds.), „1989“ und Bildungsmedien. “1989“ and Educational Media. Beiträge zur historischen und systematischen Schulbuch- und Bildungsmedienforschung (pp. 99–108). Bad Heilbrunn: Klinkhardt.
  • Behnke, Y., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2015). iBooks für den Geographieunterricht (iBooks for the School Subject Geography). In M. Schuhen & M. Froitzheim (eds.), Das Elektronische Schulbuch 2015. Fachdidaktische Anforderungen und Ideen treffen auf Lösungsvorschläge der Informatik (pp. 99-113). Berlin: Lit-Verlag.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Kucharzyk, K. (2015). Geographieunterricht und Exkursionen in Berlin (Geography Education and Field-Trips in Berlin). In M. Makki & R. Kleßen (eds.), Exkursionsführer zum Deutschen Kongress für Geographie 2015 in Berlin „Stadt Land Schaf(f)t – Land Schaf(f)t Stadt. Herausforderungen von Mensch-Umwelt-Beziehungen im 21. Jahrhundert (pp. 81–86). Berlin: Selbstverlag des Geographischen Instituts der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2015). Den gemeinsamen Geographieunterricht denken. Das Beispiel des Aralseesyndroms in der Sekundarstufe (Envisioning the Inclusive Geography Classroom. The Example of the Aral Syndrome in Lower Secondary Education) . In J. Riegert & O. Musenberg (eds.), Inklusiver Fachunterricht in der Sekundarstufe (pp. 165-180). Stuttgart: Kohlhammer.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2014). Traditionen geographiedidaktischer Schulbuchforschung—eine Metaanalyse (Traditions of Geographical textbook Research. A Meta-Study). In P. Knecht, E. Matthes & S. Schütze (eds.), Methodologie und Methoden der Schulbuch- und Lehrmittelforschung. Beiträge zur historischen und systematischen Schulbuchforschung (pp. 111–123). Bad Heilbrunn: Klinkhardt.
  • Hemmer, I., Hemmer, M., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013). Orientation Without Spiral Curriculum? Evaluating Map Skills in Geography Textbooks. In N. Mazeikiene, M. Horsley & S. V. Knudsen (eds.), Representation of Otherness in Textbooks (pp. 38–48). Kaunas: IARTEM.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Bilder von dahoam—Mental Maps von RealschülerInnen als Instrumente der Diagnose (Pictures of Home–Mental Maps of Bavarian Secondary School Students as Diagnostic Tools). In M. Pingold & R. Uphues (eds.), Jenseits des Nürnberger Trichters—Ideen für einen zukunftsorientierten Geographieunterricht (pp. 43–46). Munich: Bayerische Schulgeographen.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Nationale Räume: Selbst- und Fremdbilder in kognitiven Karten von mexikanischen und rumänischen Schülern (National Spaces: (Self-)Perceptions of Mexican and Romania Secondary School Students). In A. Hüttermann, P. Kirchner, S. Schuler & K. Drieling (eds.), Räumliche Orientierung, Karten und Geoinformation im Unterricht (pp. 169–178). Braunschweig: Westermann.
  • Hemmer, I., Bagoly-Simó, P., & Zirkl, F. (2011). Die Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt auf dem Weg zu einer nachhaltigen Hochschule (The Catholic University of Eichstätt On Its Journey Towards a Sustainable University). In H. Böttger, G. Gien & Th. Pitroff (eds.), Aufbrüche (pp. 10–21). Eichstätt: Eichstätt Academic Press.

 

 

Enyzklopädienbeiträge

  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2020). Demographic Challenges and Sustainable Development. In W. Leal Filho, A. M. Azul, L. Brandli, A. Lange Salvia & T. Wall (eds.), Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Decent Work and Economic Growth (pp. 1–13). Cham: Springer Nature Switzerland.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2015). Teaching to the Test. In: F. Wherry (Hrsg.): The SAGE Encyclopedia of Economics and Society (pp. 1574–1576). Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore, Washington DC: SAGE.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Urban Sprawl. In M. A. Pierce (ed.): Encyclopedia of Energy (pp. 1300–1302). Ipswich, MA: Salem Press.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Romania. In M. A. Pierce (ed.): Encyclopedia of Energy (pp. 1091–1093). Ipswich, MA: Salem Press.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Hungary. In M. A. Pierce (ed.): Encyclopedia of Energy (pp. 644–646). Ipswich, MA: Salem Press.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Moldova. In M. A. Pierce (ed.): Encyclopedia of Energy (pp. 851–852). Ipswich, MA: Salem Press.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2008). Tourismus. Länderartikel Rumänien (Tourism. Country Profile Romania). In Enzyklopädischer Verlag Brockhaus (ed.), Meyers Lexikon, online edition.

 

 

Sonstige Publikationen

 
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Reinke, V. (2018). El conocimiento geográfico en los tiempos de la educación basada en competencias (Geographical Knowledge in Times of Competencies-based Education). In Asociación de Geógrafos Españoles, Grupo de Didáctica de la Geografía (ed.), XIIGEODID MAD2018 Libro de resúmenes XII Congreso de Didáctica de Geografía (p. 82). Madrid: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Behnke, Y. (2018). Rekonfigurationen von Europa. Die Darstellung eines Kontinents in ungarischen Geographieschulbüchern. Europe Reconfigured. Representation of a Continent in Hungarian Geography Textbooks. In E. Matthes, S. Schütze & A. Augschöll Blasbichler (eds.), Europa in Bildungsmedien. Europe in Educational Media (pp. 34–35). Bressanone: Libera Università di Bolzano.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., Hemmer, I., & Hemmer, M. (2015). Geographie. Fachspezifisches Kompetenzprofil und Studieninhalte. Überarbeitung des Fachprofils im Hinblick auf die Erfordernisse inklusiven Unterrichts (Geography. Subject-Specific Competencies Profile and Study Content. Revised Subject Profile Including the Requirements of Inclusive Education). In Ständige Konferenz der Kultusminister der Länder in der BRD (ed.), Ländergemeinsame inhaltliche Anforderungen für die Fachwissenschaften und Fachdidaktiken in der Lehrerbildung (approved on 9/10/15) (pp. 26–28). Berlin: KMK.
  • Kowasch, M., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2015). Representations of the Pacific Island Countries in German and French Textbooks. In New Zealand Studies Association (ed.), Empires and Cultures of the Pacific (p. 45). Vienna: New Zealand Studies Association.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2015). 25 Years Later. Geography Education in Post-Socialist Europe. In Association of Geographical Societies in Europe & Hungarian Geographical Society (ed.), EUGEO 2015 Budapest. Congress Programme and Abstracts (p. 118). Budapest: Hungarian Geographical Society.
  • Örbring, D., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2015): Besök vid Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Visit at HumboldtUniversität zu Berlin). Geografiska Notiser, LXXIII(2), 71–73.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2014). Das städtische Umland im postsozialistischen Siebenbürgen. Umlandprozesse (The Urban Finge in Post-Socialist Transylvania). Deutsch-Rumänische Hefte, XVII(2), 9–11.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2014). Tourismus in Ungarn. Formen, Gründe, Leute (Tourism in Hungary. Types, Reasons, People). geographie heute, 35(318),18–21.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2014). Teaching the Red and Bad. Representations of Post-Socialist Urbanizations in School Geography Textbooks of International Selection. In M. Kirvy & T. Tuvikene (eds.), Socialist and Post-Socialist Urbanizations. Architecture, Land and Property Rights (p. 2). Tallin: Estonian Academy of Arts.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2014). Tracing Sustainability: ESD Implementation into Lower Secondary Education in International Comparison. In R. Fóris-Ferenczi (ed.), Tudás-Tanulás-Szabadság. Neveléstudományi Konferencia (pp. 56–57). Cluj-Napoca: Babeș-Bolyai Tudományegyetem & Doceo Egyesület.
  • Hemmer, I., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Der Masterstudiengang Geographie: Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung an der Katholischen Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt (The Masters Study Program Education for Sustainable Development at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt). Forum der Geoökologie, 23(3), 31–34.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2011). Mehr Raum geben—Deutschsprachiger Geographieunterricht in Rumänien (More Space Needed. Geography Education in German Language in Romania). Deutsch-Rumänische Hefte, XIV(2), 19–21.
  • Fink, M., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013). Constructing Borders: Representation of Borderlands in Romanian Textbooks. In M. E. Dulamă (ed.), International Conference Contemporary Trends in Teaching and Learning Geography (p. 17). Cluj-Napoca: Babeș-Bolyai University & Romanian Ministry of Education.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Hemmer, I. (2013). Implementing Education for Sustainable Development: The Case of Germany. In M. E. Dulamă (ed.), International Conference Contemporary Trends in Teaching and Learning Geography (p. 15). Cluj-Napoca: Babeș-Bolyai University & Romanian Ministry of Education.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Kucharzyk, K. (2013). Ecosystems in Geography and Biology Textbooks. In M. E. Dulamă (ed.), International Conference Contemporary Trends in Teaching and Learning Geography (p. 15). Cluj-Napoca: Babeș-Bolyai University & Romanian Ministry of Education.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013). Exploring the Representation of the Topic Resources in Geography Curricula. In M. E. Dulamă (ed.), International Conference Contemporary Trends in Teaching and Learning Geography (p. 15). Cluj-Napoca: Babeș-Bolyai University & Romanian Ministry of Education.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2013). Inheriting the Tradition: A Longitudinal Analysis of Research on Geography Textbooks. In E. Bruillard, A. Reints, J. Rodríguez Rodríguez & Z. Sikorová (eds.), Textbooks and Educational Media in a Digital Age. 12th IARTEM International Conference on Textbooks and Educational Media (p. 12). Ostrava: IARTEM.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Implementierung von BNE in formelle Bildung: eine vergleichende Analyse von deutschen, mexikanischen und rumänischen Curricula (Implementing Education for Sustainable Development into Formal Education. A Comparative Study of German, Mexican, and Romanian Curricula). In I. Hemmer, M. Müller & M. Trappe (eds.), „Rio+20“: Nachhaltigkeit neu denken? (p. 21). Eichstätt: Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt.
  • Hemmer, I., Bagoly-Simó, P., & Fischer, C. (2012). Between Cooperation and Coexistence:. Education for Sustainable Development in Public Schools, Universities and Environmental Education Facilities. In G. C. Falk, H. Haubrich, M. Müller, Y. Schleicher & S. Reinfried (eds.), Experience-based Geography Learning. IGU-CGE 2012 Symposium Proceedings (p. 56–58). Berlin: Mensch und Buch Verlag.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Climate Change in Geography Textbooks of International Selection. (Un)Sustainable Representations. In J. Bendig, C. Butsch, M. Gnyp, H. Kretschmer & N. Tilly (eds.), 32nd International Geographical Congress. Book of Abstracts Abstract of the IGC 2012 (p. 162). Cologne: IGU.
  • Schrüfer, G., Hemmer, I., Hemmer, M., Hellberg-Rode, G., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Which Professional Action Skills Should Teachers Have in Context with Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)? First Results of a an Expert Consultation. In J. Bendig, C. Butsch, M. Gnyp, H. Kretschmer & N. Tilly (eds.), 32nd International Geographical Congress. Book of Abstracts Abstract of the IGC 2012 (p. 171). Cologne: IGU.
  • Hemmer, I., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Supporting a Sustainable University: Student Voices from the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. In Association of American Geographers (ed.), Abstracts of the AAG Annual Meeting in New York City (p. 409). Washington D.C.: AAG.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2012). Dealing with Growth: Population Dynamics in Geography Textbooks of International Selection. In Association of American Geographers (ed.), Abstracts of the AAG Annual Meeting in New York City (p. 47). Washington D.C.: AAG.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2011). Our and Your Sustainability. Concepts in Geography School Curricula in International Comparison. In Association of American Geographers (ed.), Abstracts of the AAG Annual Meeting in Seattle (p. 35). Washington D.C.: AAG.
  • Hemmer, I., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2011). Towards a Sustainable University. Sustainability at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. In M. E. Dulamă (ed.), Conferința internațională Tendințe actuale în Predarea și învățarea geografiei. International Conference Contemporary Trends In Teaching and Learning Geography (p. 14). Cluj-Napoca: Babeș-Bolyai University & Romanian Ministry of Education.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2011). Implementation of Education for Sustainable Development in Bavarian, Mexican, and Romanian School Curricula. In M. E. Dulamă (ed.), Conferința internațională Tendințe actuale în Predarea și învățarea geografiei. International Conference Contemporary Trends In Teaching and Learning Geography (p. 11). Cluj-Napoca: Babeș-Bolyai University & Romanian Ministry of Education.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2010). Umland or Suburbs? The Urban Fringe in Post-Socialist Transylvania. In Association of American Geographers (ed.), Annual Meeting of the AAG, Washington DC, online program.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2009). Romania in Children‘s Heads: Assessment with Mental Maps in School and Academic Geography. In D. Komlenović et al (Hrsg.): Quality and Efficiency of Teaching in Learning Society (p. 32 in Serbian, p. 172 in English). Belgrade: Teacher Training Faculty, University of Belgrade.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2009). Educaţie în regiune, despre regiune. Noua geografie regională în şcolile mexicane (Education in the Region about the Region. The New Regional Geography in Mexican Schools). In M. E. Dulamă (ed.), Conferința internațională Tendințe actuale în Predarea și învățarea geografiei. International Conference Contemporary Trends In Teaching and Learning Geography (p. 13). Cluj-Napoca: Babeș-Bolyai University & Romanian Ministry of Education.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2008). Între sumar şi irelevant – Europa şi România în proiecţiile mintale ale absolvenţilor de liceu (Between Superficial and Irrelevant. Romania in High School Graduates’’ Mental Representations). In M. E. Dulamă (ed.), Conferința internațională Tendințe actuale în Predarea și învățarea geografiei. International Conference Contemporary Trends In Teaching and Learning Geography (p. 35). Cluj-Napoca: Babeș-Bolyai University & Romanian Ministry of Education.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2007). Geografia fizică în socialism – studiu comprativ a două manuale din RSR şi RDG (Physical Geography in Socialism. A Comparative Study of Two School Geography Textbook For Grade 9 From the Socialist Republic of Romania and the German Democratic Republic). In M. E. Dulamă (ed.), Conferința internațională Tendințe actuale în Predarea și învățarea geografiei. International Conference Contemporary Trends In Teaching and Learning Geography (p. 9). Cluj-Napoca: Babeș-Bolyai University & Romanian Ministry of Education.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2005). Referatul între ideal didactic şi realitate. Instrumentalizarea referatelor la disciplina geografie (Students Presentation between Didactic Conceptions and Reality. Student Presentation in School Geography. In M. E. Dulamă (ed.), Conferința internațională Tendințe actuale în Predarea și învățarea geografiei. International Conference Contemporary Trends In Teaching and Learning Geography (p. 12). Cluj-Napoca: Babeș-Bolyai University & Romanian Ministry of Education.
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2005). Analiza istorico-comparativă a exerciţiilor şi temelor din manualele de geografie (A Historical and Comparative Analysis of Topics and tasks in School Geography Textbooks). In M. E. Dulamă (ed.), Conferința internațională Tendințe actuale în Predarea și învățarea geografiei. International Conference Contemporary Trends In Teaching and Learning Geography (p. 12). Cluj-Napoca: Babeș-Bolyai University & Romanian Ministry of Education..
  •  Bagoly-Simó, P. (2005). Posibilități de implementare a gândirii critice in predares geografiei. Lucrul cu hărți (Implementing Critical Thinking Into School Geography Through Maps). In Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai & Asociația Lectura Și Scrierea Pentru Dezvoltarea Gândirii Critice (ed.), Predarea de calitate pentru învățarea de calitate: Educația pentru dezvoltarea gândirii critice (p. 18). Cluj-Napoca: Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai.
 

Berichte, Editorials und Buchbesprechungen

 
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Hemmer, I. (2019). In eigener Sache. ZGD jetzt digital und open access. Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik | Journal of Geograph Education (ZGD), 47(1), 1–2.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Hemmer, I. (2017). Geographiedidaktische Forschung im Spiegel von GDF und ZGD (Research in Geography Education as Reflected by GDF and ZGD). Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik | Journal of Geography Education (ZGD), 45(4), 2.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2017). Guest Editorial: A Non-thematic Special Issue. RIGEO (Review of International Geographical Education Online), 7(1), 6–8.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P., & Hemmer, I. (2016). Geographiedidaktische Forschung–quo vadis? Ergebnisse einer Expertendiskussion (Research in Geography Education – Quo vadis? Results of an Expert Committee Debate). Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik | Journal of Geography Education (ZGD), 44(3), 55–64.
  • Stöber, G., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2016). Editorial: Koordinaten der geographischen Schulbuchforschung (Editorial: Coordinates of Research on Geography Textbooks). Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik | Journal of Geography Education (ZGD), 44(3), 3–4.
  • Hemmer, I., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2016). In eigener Sache (Editorial). Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik | Journal of Geography Education (ZGD), 44(1), 3–4.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2015). Andy Furlong: Youth Studies: An Introduction. Routledge, London, 2013. Children‘s Geographies, 13(2), 252–254.
  • Hemmer, I., & Bagoly-Simó, P. (2014). In eigener Sache (Editorial). Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik | Journal of Geography Education (ZGD), 42(1), 3–4.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2014). 7th World Environmental Education Congress (7WEEC): Environmental Education in Cities and Rural Areas: Seeking Greater Harmony, 9.-14. Juni 2013, Marrakech, Marokko. Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik | Journal of Geography Education (ZGD), 42(1), 67–69.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2014). International Conference Contemporary Trends in Teaching and Learning Geography, 12.-13. Oktober 2013, Klausenburg, Rumänien. Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik | Journal of Geography Education, 42(1), 70–71.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2009). Notburga Protze (Mod.): Diercke-Geographie für Gymnasien in Sachsen-Anhalt 7/8, Schülerband. Westermann, Braunschweig, 256 S, 2009. EDUMERES des Georg-Eckert Instituts für Internationale Schulbuchforschung.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2009). Ch. Ernst (Hrsg.): Geografie. Ausgabe Brandenburg 9/10. Cornelsen, Berlin, 144 S, 2009. EDUMERES des Georg-Eckert Instituts für Internationale Schulbuchforschung.
  • Bagoly-Simó, P. (2008). Josef Sallanz: Bedeutungswandel von Ethnizität unter dem Einfluss von Globalisierung. Die rumänische Dobrudscha als Beispiel. Potsdamer Geographische Forschungen 26, Universität Potsdam, Potsdam, 2007. Revue des études sud-est européennes, XLVI (1-4), 578–579.