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Gastvortrag | Heribert Dieter (Berlin) China: Herausforderung für Deutschland und den Westen
Im Rahmen der Vorlesung von PD Dr. Gerlinde Groitl vom Lehrstuhl für Internationale Politik und transatlantische Beziehungen an der UR und Mitkoordinatorin des Campus-Forschungsmoduls "Transatlantische politische Transformationen", finden zwei vom Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus geförderte Gastvorträge mit Expert*innen der SWP - Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik statt. Sie sind recht herzlich zu beiden Vorträgen eingeladen.
REAF Meet and Greet with Kansas visiting Fellows Nishani Frazier and Ben Chappell
REAF and the ScienceCampus cordially invite you to a Meet and Greet with our guests from the University of Kansas Prof. Dr. Nishani Frazier (Associate Professor of American Studies and History, University of Kansas – Leibniz Science Campus Regensburg Visiting Fellow) and Prof. Dr. Ben Chappell (Professor of American Studies, University of Kansas – Leibniz Science Campus Regensburg Visiting Fellow) on Wednesday, 29 June 2022, 6 p.m. (s.t.) in SG 2.14 (CITAS office)
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Lecture Series | Nishani Frazier (Kansas) - The Sounds of Blackness: How Gentrification Silences and Displaces Belonging
ScienceCampus visiting Fellow Nishani Frazier will give a talk on 27 June at 18:15 in H19 at UR discussing Black experiences of gentrification in Durham, NC. Her research draws on oral history and biographical approaches to explore experiences of home and place.Read more
Roundtable | Transformation Back and Forth: Feminism, Gender, and what else?
On Friday 24 June, from 4-7 pm, in H24 at UR renowned speakers from Eastern and Central Europe, together with colleagues from Regensburg with experise on North America and beyond, will discuss the intersections of the end of the Cold War and the consequences of transformation with debate over gender in both the East and West.Read more
Lecture Series | Attila Melegh (Budapest) - Globalization and the migration turn. Why migration has become a polarizing issue
On 20 June at 18:15 Attila Melegh, sociologist and historian. Senior advisor at the Hungarian Central Statistical Office, associate professor at Corvinus University, Budapest, will discuss how historical sociology has contributed to the development of a "migration turn" in research, placing Eastern Europe in a global context. The talk also considers how migration has shaped domestic political and social discourses in the region.Read more