SFB 1369 Cultures of vigilance
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Publication Series Vigilanzkulturen

The CRC 1369 publishes the publication series Vigilanzkulturen, which appears in print and open access format.

The CRC 1369 “Cultures of Vigilance” aims to research the historical and cultural foundations of vigilance. Within this context, “vigilance” refers to a linking of individual attentiveness to goals set by others. This linking occurs on an everyday basis, be it in the realm of public security, religion, law, or the healthcare sector; wherever and whenever we are asked to pay attention to something specific and, if necessary, also to react to, or report anything we have noticed in a specific way. The CRC’s goal is to analyse the history, cultural variations and current forms of this phenomenon.
In the publication series research results are made accessible to the public.

All volumes are peer-reviewed by a scientific advisory board.