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Public Colloquium - Winter Semester 2010/11

 

 

13/10/2010
5:30 pm
Gunter Schnabl (Leipzig)

The Role of the Chinese Dollar Peg for Economic Stability in China and the World

18/10/2010
5 pm
David Simo (Yaoundé)

Postcolonialism and the Cultural History of the Global

20/10/2010
5 pm
Michael Zeuske (Cologne)

'Hidden Atlantic' und Globalgeschichte im 19. Jahrhunderts

26/10/2010
7 pm
Galen Amstutz (Boston/Berkeley)

Orthodox Doctrine’ in Later Shin Buddhism: Spiritual Interiority and the Paradoxes of Conformity and Non-Conformity in a Japanese Buddhist Religious Context

03/11/2010
5 pm
Veit Bachmann (Frankfurt/Main)

EuroGaps: Differences between the EU’s Foreign Policy Mission and its External Perceptions in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Black Sea Region

04/11/2010
9 am
Stefan Guth (Bern)

Nebeneinander übereinander: Deutsch-polnische Historikerbeziehungen in Zeiten der Teilung Deutschlands

05/11/2010
11 am
Philip Nel (Otago)

Recognition and Redistribution: What Regional Powers of the South Want

15/11/2010
5 pm
Martina Winkler (Münster)

Russland, der Nordpazifik und die Wahrnehmung Amerikas im 18. Jh.

18/11/2010
9 am
Kolja Lindner (Centre Marc Bloch Berlin)

Eurozentrismus bei Marx

08/12/2010
5 pm
Raj Kishore Panda (Orissa)

India's Development Strategy under Economic Reforms: Issues and Implications

15/12/2010
5 pm
Sven Beckert (Harvard)

The Empire of Cotton: A Global History

12/01/2011
5 pm
Benedikt Franke (Genf)

The Challenges of Peace-keeping and Conflict Resolution in Africa

17/1/2011
5 pm
Frederick Cooper & Jane Burbank (New York)

Empires: Geographies of Power, Politics of Difference

19/01/2011
5 pm
Jürgen Erfurt (Frankfurt/Main)

Frankophonie als Region

26/01/2011
5 pm
Matthijs Bogaards (Bremen)

Political Parties in Africa