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Public Colloquium - Summer Semester 2011

 

 

Thursday
7 April,
5-7pm
John Chalcraft (London School of Economics)
Protest, Hegemony, Ordinary People, and Border-Crossing: Towards an Unruly, Post-Colonial History from Below
Wednesday
13 April,
5-7pm
Hubert Seiwert (Universität Leipzig)
Modernisation without Secularisation: The Chinese Case
Wednesday
27 April,
5-7pm
Philippe Kersting (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz)
Landgrabbing in Westafrika
Monday
2 May,
5-7pm
Nancy Rose Hunt (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
A Nervous State
Wednesday
4 May,
5-7pm
Manja Stephan (Humboldt Universität, Berlin)
Muslim Youth in Central Asia - A 'Lost Generation'?
Wednesday
11 May,
5-7pm
Veit Erlmann (University of Texas, Austin)
Something New in Africa?
Intellectual Property Rights and the African Music Industry
Wednesday
18 May,
5-7pm
Bea Vidacs (Max-Planck-Institut für ethnologische Forschung)
Close Encounters of a Prejudiced Kind:
Village Level Manifestations of the Rise of the Extreme Right in Hungary
Wednesday
25 May,
5-7pm
Thomas Fischer (Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt)
Drogen, Gewalt, Kolumbien
Wednesday
1 June,
5-7pm
Udo Steinbach (Centrum für Nah- und Mitteloststudien, Marburg)
Die arabische Revolution und der „türkische Entwicklungsweg“ – Gemeinsames und Trennendes in geschichtlicher Perspektive

Wednesday
8 June,
5-7pm
Hendrik Fenz (Universität Freiburg)
Wodka and the Wahabis - Paths and Challenges of Islamic Reorganization in Azerbaijan
Tuesday
14 June,
10-12pm
Prasenjit Duara (National University of Singapore)
China and the Regionalization of Asia
Wednesday
15 June,
5-7pm
José Carlos Aguiar (University of Leiden)
From Guangzhou to Guadalajara:
Piracy and the Question of Illegality in Commodity Chains
Wednesday
22 June,
5-7pm
Douglas H. Constance (Sam Houston State University, Huntsville)
Contested Globalization of the Agrifood System:
TNCs, the State, and Social Movements
Wednesday
29 June,
5-7pm
Najib Akesbi (Institut Agronomique et Vétérinaire Hassan II, Rabat)
Les Etats du Maghreb: Entre le coût de la dépendance alimentaire et le risque de la déstabilisation sociale
Wednesday
6 July,
5-7pm
Aarón Grageda Bustamante (Universidad de Sonora)
To Whom Does the Memory Belong? The Schoah and the Debate about the Arizona
Immigration Law SB1070
Wednesday
13 July,
5-7pm
Nobutaka Inoue (Kokugakuin University, Tokyo)
Media and New Religious Movements in Japan