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Public Colloquium - Summer Semester 2012

 

 

Wednesday
11 April 2012,
5-7pm
James Farrer (Sophia U, Japan)
Sexuality and Globalization in China: Shanghai´s Global Nightscape as Erotic Worlds
Wednesday
18 April 2012,
5-7pm
Ursula Rao (U New South Wales, Australia)
Temporalities of Uncertainty: Slum Resettlement and Urban Planning in Neoliberal Delhi
Wednesday
25 April 2012,
5-7pm
Jie-Hyun Lim (Hanyang U, South Korea)
A Transnational History of Victimhood Nationalism: Germany-Poland-Israel and Japan-Korea
Wednesday
2 May 2012,
 5-7pm
Sandra Hanson(Catholic U America, USA)
Swimming against the Tide: Race, Gender and Science in a Global Era
Wednesday
9 May 2012,
 5-7pm
Hans-Joachim König(Catholic U Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany)
Indianerpolitik im spanischen Kolonialreich in Amerika
Wednesday
16 May 2012,
 5-7pm
Thomas Patrick DeGeorges (American U Sharjah, United Arab Emirates)
Tunisia’s “Second Republic”: Uncertain Prospects for Political Consolidation and Economic Growth
Wednesday
30 May 2012,
 5-7pm
Paul Amar (U California, Santa Barbara, USA)
New Popular Sovereignties and Global South Realignments: The Long-Term Governance Impact of the New Arab Revolutions
Wednesday
6 June 2012,
5-7pm
Larbi Sadiki (U Exeter, United Kingdom)
Islamic Democracies and Arab Democratic Experiments: Mapping out the Search for "Arab Democracy"
Thursday
7 June 2012,
4 pm
Timothy Brook (U British Columbia, Canada)
Annual Lecture The Coins on Vermeer's Table
Tuesday
12 June 2012,
5-7pm
Naoki Sakai (Cornell U, USA)
Fukushima within the Configuration of the U.S. Cold War Strategy: The Question of Power in Relation to Knowledge Production
Monday
18 June 2012,
5-7pm
Prasannan Parthasarathi (Boston College, USA)
Why Europe Grew Rich and Asia Did Not: Global Economic Divergence 1600–1850
Wednesday
20 June 2012,
5-7pm
Andreas Maurer (U Bremen, Germany)
Transnational Law in the Making: Participation as a Means of Legitimization in the Transnational Sphere
Wednesday
27 June 2012,
5-7pm
Lucas Beck (Zurich, Switzerland)
Geography of Conflict in International River Basins: The Zambezi Basin Case Study
Wednesday
4 July 2012,
5-7pm
Alf Zachäus (Halle, Germany)
Chancen und Grenzen wirtschaftlicher Enwicklung im Prozess der Globalisierung: Die Kupfermontanregionen Coquimbo (Chile) und Mansfeld (Preußen/Deutschland) im Vergleich. 1830 - 1900
Wednesday
11 July 2012,
5-7pm
Felix Brahm (U Bielefeld, Germany)
The Arms Trade in East Africa: An Entangled History (1850s to 1907)
Wednesday
18 July 2012,
5-7pm
Bob White (U Montreal, Canada)
Bad Ventriloquism and the Bureaucratic Imperative: Collaboration Between Popular Artists and NGOs in Sub-Saharan Africa