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SFB 1199 Colloquium Winter Semester 2018/19

Date Wednesday, 24 October 2018 - Wednesday, 6 February 2019
Location SFB 1199 | Strohsackpassage | Nikolaistraße 6-10 | 5th Floor | 04109 Leipzig
Organization

Collaborative Research Centre (SFB) 1199: “Processes of Spatialization under the Global Condition” (Leipzig U)

Language English / German


Information:
Programme Winter Semester 2018/19 (PDF)

 

Wednesday,
24 October 2018,
5:15 pm
Socialist Mobilities: Challenges of a Research Agenda

Steffi Marung (Leipzig U)

Wednesday, 
7 November 2018, 
5:15 pm
Radical Epicenters in the Caribbean: Remapping
the Organization of Communism between World War I and World War II

Margaret Stevens (Essex County College, Urban Issues Institute)

Annual Lecture of the Centre for Area Studies –
Key Note of the CAS Awardee

Wednesday, 
14 November 2018, 
5:15 pm
Political Elites and Disorder across African States

Clionadh Raleigh (U Sussex)

Die Folgen des Ersten Weltkrieges für die europäische Staatenordnung

Catherine Horel (Sorbonne U) im Gespräch mit Dirk van Laak (Leipzig U) und Matthias Middell (Leipzig U)

Wednesday,
28 November 2018,
6:15 pm
Der Kommensalismus der quiltros. Streunende Hunde und literarische Globalisierungsforschung

Jörg Dünne (HU Berlin)

Wednesday, 
5 December 2018,
5:15 pm
SFB internal meeting: SFB re-application

Chair: Ursula Rao (Leipzig U)

Wednesday, 
12 December 2018,
5:15 pm
Parasites, Infrastructures and Islamic Networks

Brian Larkin (Columbia U)

Wednesday, 
19 December 2018,
5:15 pm
The Price of Aid: The Economic Cold War in India
David Engerman (Yale U)


Wednesday, 
16 January 2019,
5:15 pm
What does the “Legacy of Dissidence” mean in Post-Socialism? The Case of East-Central Europe
Michal Kopeček (Institute of Contemporary History, Prague / Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena)

Wednesday, 
23 January 2019,
5:15 pm
Roundtable Transformation of Spatial Order(s): Historical Narratives, Heuristic Approaches, or Systematic Analysis?
Organized by Geert Castryck (Leipzig U) and Jens Herpolsheimer (Leipzig U)

Wednesday,
30 January 2019,
5:15 pm
Race, Race Relations, and Urbanity in London and Johannesburg, 1930s–1970s
Marc Matera (UC Santa Cruz)
Wednesday,
6 February 2019,
5:15 pm
WAS (Women Artists Shows.Salons.Societies): Towards a Global History of All-Women Exhibitions
Catherine Dossin (Purdue U)