Eugen Ehrlich: Bibliographic Index
Slávka Tomaščíková (Ed.)
by Sergiy Nezhurbida (Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, Ukraine)
The Bibliographic Index EUGEN EHRLICH is a guide through available materials containing information about the life, scientific, educational, legislative and social activities of the Austrian lawyer and university professor in the period of 1896-1918. Eugen Ehrlich was the Dean in 1901-1902 and 1908-1909 and the Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Law in 1902-1903 and 1909-1910, the Vice-Rector in 1907-1908, and the Rector of Franz Joseph University in Czernowitz in 1906-1907 (now Ukrainian: Chernivtsi). Moreover, ex officio, he was a member of the local parliament.
The Index includes the foreword of the compilers, an introductory article, a selected basic chronology with the dates of the life and work of Eugen Ehrlich, and the four main structural parts: “List of works by Eugen Ehrlich”, “Eugen Ehrlich as editor”, “Literature about Eugen Ehrlich’s life and activity” and “Appendices: Documents from Chernivtsi University Scientific Library holdings”. “List of works by Eugen Ehrlich”, “Periodicals with Eugen Ehrlich's publications”, “List of used periodicals”, and “Name index” are all provided for the convenience of users. The “Name index” includes all the names recorded in the main text of the publication (numbers of bibliographic records of works devoted to individual persons are enclosed in parentheses).
The book contains photographs of Eugen Ehrlich and photographs of materials linked to his life and activities. They have made the bibliographic index more attractive and more interesting for readers. The Index can help users find necessary documents and verify the accuracy of existing information, that it becomes a prerequisite for further research, and finally, it will be useful to all who are interested in Eugen Ehrlich’s life journey and scientific legacy.
Foreword (Ass. Prof. Sergiy Nezhurbida, LL.D. & M. Ec. Maria Dyachuk)
Eugen Ehrlich: Life and work of the founder of sociology of law (Prof. Dr. Manfred Rehbinder)
Main dates of Eugen Ehrlich’s life and activity (Sergiy Nezhurbida & Maria Dyachuk)
Part 1. List of works by Eugen Ehrlich (Sergiy Nezhurbida & Maria Dyachuk)
1.1. Мonographs, articles, reviews
1.2. Translations of Eugen Ehrlich’s works into Ukrainian and Russian
Part 2. Eugen Ehrlich as editor (Sergiy Nezhurbida & Maria Dyachuk)
Part 3. Literature about Eugen Ehrlich’s life and activity (Sergiy Nezhurbida & Maria Dyachuk)
Appendices: Documents from Chernivtsi University Scientific Library holdings (Sergiy Nezhurbida & Maria Dyachuk)
Appendix А: Eugen Ehrlich’s works: covers and title pages
Appendix B: Sources about Eugen Ehrlich’s research and education activities at Czernowitz University
Appendix С: Eugen Ehrlich in archival documents
Appendix D: Books with commemorative inscriptions for Eugen Ehrlich
List of works by Eugen Ehrlich (Sergiy Nezhurbida & Maria Dyachuk)
Periodicals with Eugen Ehrlich’s publications (Sergiy Nezhurbida & Maria Dyachuk)
List of used periodicals (Sergiy Nezhurbida & Maria Dyachuk)
Name index (Sergiy Nezhurbida & Maria Dyachuk)
Sergiy Nezhurbida is a researcher in the fields of criminology and history of law at Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University in Ukraine. He speaks Ukrainian, Russian, English and German. He graduated in 1998 from the Faculty of Law of Chernivtsi University in Ukraine. In 2001 he received the PhD. in Penal Law and in 2015 he was awarded the LLD in Criminology. His current research focuses on the aetiology of crime and the history of law. He teaches courses in criminology, criminal victimology, theories of crime causation, criminal-executive law and international law. He has been a leader and a member of numerous research teams in national and international projects. Since 2017 he has been a Director of German Law Center at Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University (Zentrum für deutsches Recht Uni Czernowitz).
Maria Dyachuk is a Head of Foreign Publications Fund of the Scientific Library of Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University in Ukraine. She speaks Ukrainian, Russian and German. She graduated with the degree of a Master in Economics. She is an experienced library archives researcher.
Manfred Rehbinder is a German lawyer. His main academic activities were closely connected with the Free University of Berlin where he studied law, received his PhD., worked as a senior lecturer and finished his habilitation procedure in the sociology of law in 1968. He was a visiting lecturer and researcher at the universities in Freiburg, Ankara, Zurich, Bielefeld, California at Berkeley and Kyoto. He was awarded Honorary Doctorate at Y. F. Chernivtsi National University. Since 2002 he has been a Scientific Director of European Institute of Legal Psychology in Zurich and he is an editor of Schriftenreihe zur Rechtssoziologie und Rechtstatsachenforschung in Berlin. He is an author of a large number of works about life and activities of Eugen Ehrlich.
Slávka Tomaščíková has an MA in English Language and Literature and Russian Language and Literature (1994) and a PhD in English Studies (1999). In 2009 she finished her habilitation procedure and was awarded the title of an associate professor in the field of Non-Slavic Languages and Literatures - British and American Studies. Currently, she is Associate Professor of Cultural Studies at Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Slovakia and Guarantor of the Gender Studies and Cultural study programme. She has also held positions as the President of the Slovak Association for the Study of English, a Secretary of the European Society for the Study of English (2008-2013), and the Vice-Rector for International Relations of P. J. Šafárik University in Košice (2011-2015). Tomaščíková has lectured at international conferences in Romania, Spain, Poland, Albania, Hungary, and Serbia. Her current research focuses on narratives in media discourses, and she teaches courses in British studies, British media and the interpretation of media texts.
Eugen Ehrlich, Bibliography, Law, Sociology of Law, Living Law, History of Law, Czernowitz