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Public Colloquium - Summer Semester 2013

 

 

Tuesday,
16 April 2013,
5-7 pm

Andrew Barry (University of Oxford, UK)
The Territory of Transparency: Oil and Politics in the South Caucasus
Wednesday, 
17 April 2013,
5-7pm
Phillipe Schmitter (European University Institute, Italy) 
The Crises of the EURO, the EU and European Democracy
Monday, 
22 April 2013,
5-7pm
Elisio Macamo (University of Basel, Switzerland)
Cities, Individuals and Artefacts: Towards a Sociology of the Possible 
Wednesday, 
8 May 2013, 
5-7pm
Egon Kochanke (Department for Sub-Saharan Africa and the Sahel, German Federal Foreign Office) 
Germany and Africa in a Changing New World Order
Monday, 
13 May 2013, 
5-7pm
John Comaroff (Harvard University, USA)
The Return of Khulekani Khumalo, Zombie Captive: Imposture, Law and Personhood in Postcolonial South Africa
Wednesday, 
22 May 2013, 
5-7pm
Michael Daxner (University of Oldenburg/FU Berlin, Germany) 
The Afghan Intervention: Fragile State, Unstable Society as Results from No Lessons Learned 
Wednesday, 
29 May 2013, 
5pm
Pierre Hazan (University of Geneva, Switzerland) 
Transitional Justice: From Initial Ambitions to Current Realities – A Comparative Cross-Cultural Analysis of Truth Commissions and International Criminal Tribunals
Wednesday, 
12 June 2013, 
5pm
Hilda Sabato (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Politics in the Age of the Republic: Reflections on Nineteenth-Century America
Tuesday, 
18 June 2013, 
5pm
Adrian Carton (University of Western Sydney, Australia)
A World Apart? India and Internationalization in Historical Context 
Wednesday, 
26 June 2013, 
5pm
Jonathan Bach (The New School, New York, USA)
Economic Zones and Urban Imaginations
Wednesday, 
3 July 2013, 
5pm
Nicole Doerr (Mount Holyoke College, USA)
Visual Dialogues: How Activists Communicate across Borders of Language and Culture
Wednesday, 
10 July 2013, 
5pm
Marisol Palma (University of Alberto Hurtado, Chile)
Politische Gewalt und ländlicher Raum im postrevolutionären Michoacán (Mexico), 1920-1930