Kategorie: Disziplinen und Ansätze

Debating New Approaches to Histories of the Sciences

All are invited to attend the online symposium “Debating New Approaches to Histories of the Sciences,” organized as part of the History of Knowledge Seminar Series @ Utrecht University. Friday, May 21, 2021, 9:30–17:30 CET Online via Microsoft Teams (registration not required) Recent decades have seen the emergence of a number of promising new approaches … Continue reading Debating New Approaches to Histories of the Sciences

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Passing as a Refugee

By Keren Weitzberg. Mahad was born in Kenya – a fact that neither his passport, nor carefully scripted biography suggests. For decades, Kenyan Somalis (citizens of Kenya who also identify as Somali) have faced discrimination in accessing legal documents, including national identity cards, passports, and birth certificates.

Der Deutsch-Französische Krieg in interdisziplinärer Perspektive

Anlässlich des Erinnerungsjahres setzt sich die Ringvorlesung in interdisziplinärer Perspektive mit dem Deutsch-Französischen Krieg 1870/71 auseinander. Politische Fragen und regionale Besonderheiten werden ebenso berücksichtigt wie auch literaturwissenschaftliche, mentalitäts- und mediengeschichtliche Aspekte. Aktuelle Ausstellungs- und…

„Hannah Arendt heute“ Folge 1: Zum Auftakt – Warum eine Hannah-Arendt-Ausstellung heute wichtig ist

Für die erste Folge unserer Interview-Reihe „Hannah Arendt heute“ hat PD Dr. Franziska Martinsen mit Dr. Anna-Carolin Augustin, Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Deutschen Historischen Institut Washington, Prof. Dr. Raphael Gross, Präsident des Deutschen Historischen Museums, und Dr. Eva Kraus, Intendantin der Bundeskunsthalle, gesprochen. Das Interview gibt es nun zum Anschauen hier auf dem Blog.

History: An Important but Potentially Dangerous Part of the Humanities

By Antje Flüchter (History, University of Bielefeld, Germany). Before I start, I want to lay open the social and cultural position I am writing from: I write this piece as a historian, from a White female German perspective: History is a part of the humanities, but history is perhaps closer to politics and power than some of the other parts of the humanities.

Britten’s Virtual Mystery

In 1964 the first of composer Benjamin Britten and writer William Plomer’s ‘Church Parables’—Curlew River—was premiered at the Aldeburgh Festival in St. Bartholomew’s Church in Orford. Britten had been working on the project off and on with his librett…

Knowledge Notes: Upcoming Events

Workshop: What Does South-to-South Mean for Cold War Science and Technology in Asia? – Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin – May 10, 2021, 4:00–6:30 p.m. CET This workshop examines the role and significance of science and technology at the intersections of post-colonial, post-empire, and Cold-War dynamics in Asia, with a focus … Continue reading Knowledge Notes: Upcoming Events

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