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Public Colloquium - Winter Semester 2011/12

 

 

Wednesday
19 Oktober,
5-7pm
Till Förster (University of Basel)
Lucy Koechlin (University of Basel)
Learning from Africa: Governance, Politics, Agency – Towards an Action-based Theory of Politics and Governance
Wednesday
26 Oktober,
5-7pm
Maxim Matusevich (Seton Hall University, South Orange)
Expanding the Boundaries of the Black Atlantic: African Students as the Agents of Modernity in the Soviet Union
Wednesday
2 November,
5-7pm
Dirk Hoerder (Department of History, Arizona State University, Tempe)
Migration and Transnational History
Wednesday
2 November,
7-9pm
(Hörsaal 11)
Isa Blumi (Centre For Area Studies, Leipzig)
The Elephant in the Room: How Outsiders Undermine Yemen's Future
Wednesday
9 November,
5-7pm
Jonathan Schmitt (Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA)
Whose is the House of Greatest Disorder? Civilization and Savagery on the Early 20th-Century Eastern European and North American Frontiers
Wednesday
23 November,
5-7pm
Matthias Middell (Centre for Area Studies, University of Leipzig)
Spaces of Global Interaction
Wednesday
30 November,
5-7pm
Ravi Ahuja (Centre For Modern Indian Studies, University of Goettingen)
The Age of Labour in Indian Politics: Contours and Three Elements of India’s Mid-Twentieth-Century Cycle of Social Regulation
Wednesday
7 December,
5-7pm
Baz Lecocq (Department of History, Ghent University)
The Awad El Djouh Affair: Slave Trade, Media and Decolonisation in the Mid-Twentieth Century
Wednesday
14 December,
5-7pm
Luis Berneth Peña (Global and European Studies Institute, University of Leipzig)
Policies of Security and Practices of Securitization in the Production of Urban Space in Latin America: The Colombian Case
Thursday
15 December,
5-7pm
Jun'ichi Isomae (International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto)
The Conceptual Formation of the Category 'Religion' in Modern Japan: Religion, State, Shinto
Wednesday
11 January,
5-7pm
Ute Rietdorf (International SEPT Program, University of Leipzig)
The Social Dynamics of Economic Innovation: Trust and Knowledge Transfer in Entrepreneurial Networks
Monday
16 January,
5-7pm
Helmuth Berking (Institute of Sociology, Technical University of Darmstadt)
The Eigenlogik of the City
Wednesday
25 January,
5-7pm
Claudio Lomnitz (Columbia University, New York City)
International Borders and the Origin of the ‘Mexican Race’
Wednesday
1 February,
5-7pm
Julia Verne (Goethe University, Frankfurt on Main)
‘Regionalising Paradigms’: Culture and Space in Constructions of the Indian Ocean