Aktuelles und Veranstaltungen

Lecture Series: The City of the 21st Century, Mobile Spatial Practices, and Glocal Spatial Knowledge (Anna Steigemann)

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Anna Steigemann (Regensburg) explores how the twenty-first-century city, a symbol of globality, mobility and inequalities, can be more effectively conceptualized and theorized when viewed through the lens of "the South".

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Lecture Series: Public History as Counter-Museology (Ciraj Rassool)

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Ciraj Rassool (Cape Town) explores how efforts to rethink citizenship and personhood in late-apartheid and early democratic South Africa were linked to the work of museums and public history.

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Frictions - the blog-journal of the ScienceCampus launches

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The new blog-journal frictions launches with essays on EU migration policy and Brexit literature, notes from Berkeley on protest movements and Bucharest on post-socialist housing estates, plus critical reflections on doing a master’s degree and life after it. You can also learn more about a recent workshop on migration, media and liminality held at the Campus.

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Lecture Series: Unmapping the 'Global South': Reflections on a Heuristic Concept (Sinah Kloß)

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In the first lecture of the "Rethinking Area Studies and Space from the 'Global South'" series, Sinah Kloß (Bonn) offers a critical overview of the concept of the 'Global South', exploring the problems and controversies that are associated it with, as well as its potentially empowering function.

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Research Colloquium: Negotiating Non-Territorial Citizenship: The Polish Consulate in Harbin during the Second World War (Kathryn Ciancia)

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On 15 April 2021, at 16:15, we welcome Kathryn Ciancia to the research colloquium, which the ScienceCampus organizes in cooperation with the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies. Her Zoom lecture explores the idea of non-territorial citizenship, looking at the Polish consulate in Hardin, China, during WWII.

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