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Public Colloquium - Summer Semester 2015

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CAS Public Colloquium Summer Semester 2015 June-July
CAS Public Colloquium Summer Semester 2015 April-May

Wednesday,
8 April 2015,
5:15 pm
Marcus Carson (Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden)

The Anthropocene, Climate Change, and the Arctic:
How are they linked and why should we care?


Organization/Cooperation: DFG Research Training Group (GK 1261):
“Critical Junctures of Globalization” (U Leipzig)

Tuesday, 
14 April 2015,
2:00 pm
Martina Löw (TU Berlin, Germany)

Raumformate und Raumordnungen – Methodologische Diskussion zum SFB 1199

Wednesday, 
22 April 2015,
5:15 pm
Christian Wenkel (Deutsches Historisches Institut Paris, France)
Auf der Suche nach einem „anderen Deutschland“.
Das Verhältnis Frankreichs zur DDR im Spannungsfeld von Perzeption und Diplomatie


Organization/Cooperation: Frankreichzentrum (U Leipzig, Germany)
Thursday, 
30 April 2015,
5:15 pm
John Agnew (U California, Los Angeles, USA)
Territorial Politics after the Financial Crisis

Organization/Cooperation: DFG Research Training Group (GK 1261): “Critical Junctures of Globalization” (U Leipzig, Germany)
Wednesday, 
6 May 2015,
5:15 pm
Giulia Lami (U Milan, Italy)
Ukraine Yesterday and Today: The Historical Roots of the Present Crisis
Tuesday, 
12 May 2015, 
5:15 pm
Jon Schubert (U Leipzig, Germany)
“Against the System, within the System” – Youth Activism and the Repertoires of Political Contestation in Contemporary Angola

Organization/Cooperation: DFG Priority Programme (SPP 1448): “Adaption and Creativity in Africa” (U Leipzig, Germany)
Wednesday, 
20 May 2015,
5:15 pm
Paul Gifford (SOAS, U London, UK)
Christianity, Development and Modernity in Africa

Organization/Cooperation: Initiative Südliches Afrika (INISA) e. V. (Germany)
Wednesday, 
27 May 2015, 
5:15 pm
Cornelia Reiher (FU Berlin, Germany)

Preferential Trade Agreements and the Reconfiguration of Space: An East Asian Perspective

Wednesday, 
3 June 2015, 
5:15 pm
Scarlett Cornelissen (Stellenbosch U, South Africa)
Asia in the African Scholarly Imaginary
Wednesday, 
10 June 2015, 
5:15 pm
Stephen Rockel (U Toronto, Scarborough, Canada)
The East African Slave Trade: The Global and the Local
Wednesday, 
17 June 2015, 
5:15 pm
Ralph Tuchtenhagen (HU Berlin, Germany)
Im Spiegel der eigenen Welt: Urteile über den Norden in südeuropäischen Reiseberichten vom 18. Jahrhundert bis heute
Wednesday, 
24 June 2015, 
5:15 pm
Christopher Lee (U Witwatersrand, South Africa)
Unreasonable Histories: Nativism, Multiracial Lives, and the Genealogical Imagination in British Africa
Friday, 
26 June 2015, 
11:00 am
Ewald Frie (U Tübingen, Germany)
Threatened Order: Societies under Stress
Wednesday, 
8 July 2015, 
5:15 pm
Sandrine Kott (U Geneva, Switzerland)
Europe beyond the Cold War (1947–1975)

Organization/Cooperation: Centre for the History and Culture of East-Central Europe (U Leipzig, Germany)
Wednesday, 
15 July 2015, 
5:15 pm
Yan Jin (Fudan U, China)
Japanese Impact on the Emergence of Modern Chinese Intellectuals: Some Thoughts on the Circulation of Japanese Imported Terms and Expressions in Modern Chinese Language

Organization/Cooperation: Global and European Studies Institute (U Leipzig, Germany)