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Épistémologie et pratiques des Humanités numériques #ephn2016 – Résumé de la séance 5 (13 mai 2016 à l’IHA)

Auteurs: Suzanne Dumouchel, Lucia Aschauer. Pour la cinquième séance du séminaire, Roger Louis Martínez-Dávila (CONEX-Marie Curie Fellow, Instituto Histografía Julio Caro Baroja, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid) a présenté une communication intitulée “Plus Ultra, Beyond Text: Digital…

Video der GiD-Veranstaltung “Bildung: Zwischen Humanismus und Ökonomie”

Und hier das Video zu unserer letzten GiD-Podiumsdiskussion: “Bildung: Zwischen Humanismus und Ökonomie” an der Nordrhein-Westfälischen Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Künste, mit: Prof. Dr. Andreas Gestrich Deutsches Historisches Institut London Max Weber Stiftung Prof. Dr. Justus Haucap Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf Düsseldorfer Institut für Wettbewerbsökonomie (DICE) Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Künste Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Roth Universität zu Köln Moderation: Katharina Blaß

Video: Die Europäische Union – Zwischen Dauerkrise und “leiser Supermacht”

Unser Video zur GiD-Veranstaltung Die Europäische Union – Zwischen Dauerkrise und “leiser Supermacht” ist nun online und kann abgerufen werden! Unsere Gäste waren: Prof. Dr. Martin Baumeister Deutsches Historisches Institut Rom Max Weber Stiftung Prof. Dr. Miloš Řezník Deutsches Historisches Institut Warschau Max Weber Stiftung Dr. Daniela Schwarzer German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMD) Prof. Dr. Christian Tomuschat Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften Moderation: Anne Raith Deutschlandfunk

Michael Allan: “Picturing Philology: Early Cinema and Worldly Scripts”

Michael Allan held his lecture on “Picturing Philology: Early Cinema and Worldly Scripts” during the Winter Academy “World Scripts: Concepts and Practices of Writing from a Comparative Perspective” at Cape Town, 12 September 2015.   Michael Allan received his Ph.D. from the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of California, Berkeley, under the direction of Judith Butler and Karl Britto. Before joining COLT, he was a member of the Society of Fellows and affiliated with the Department of Middle…

Abdulkader Tayob: “Between Text and Culture in the Teaching of Religion in South Africa”

Abdulkader Tayob held the lecture on “Between Text and Culture in the Teaching of Religion in South Africa” in the framework of the Zukunftsphilologie Winter Academy (4-14 Sep 2015) in Cape Town. Abdulkader Tayob is Professor for Islamic Studies, Religion and Public Life at the University of Cape Town. He has published extensively on the history of religious movements and institutions in South Africa. He now works on Islam and public life in Africa, and contemporary intellectual trends in modern…

Entretien * Viols de guerre

Entretien vidéo Médiapart-CHS: Comment les viols de guerre sont devenus des armes de terreur PAR JULIE LE GAC · 02/09/2015 Sur le site https://genreurope.hypotheses.org/1830 Parmi d’autres crimes, les viols commis par les combattants de l’État islamique (Daech) frappent l’esprit public. Retour sur ces violences sexuelles devenues stratégies d’épouvante à l’encontre de populations ennemies, qu’étudient les historiens depuis un quart de siècle. Entretien vidéo avec Julie Le Gac et Fabrice Virgili : de la guerre de Troie à la Syrie, en passant par les campagnes napoléoniennes et la … Lire la suite Entretien * Viols de guerre

Shamil Jeppie: “Notes on the Location of Philology in Africa”

Sahmil Jeppie held the lecture on “Notes on the Location of Philology in Africa” in the framework of the Zukunftsphilologie Winter Academy (4-14 Sep 2015) in Cape Town.   Shamil Jeppie is an associate professor in the Department of Historical Studies at the University of Cape Town. He was educated at the universities of the Western Cape, Cape Town and Princeton. A recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship, he also held a Chevening Scholarship while at Oxford University and has been…

Bodhisattva Kar: “Reading Stones, Writing Skins: The Savage Naga and the Limits of Language”

Bodhisattva Kar (University of Cape Town), “Reading Stones, Writing Skins: The Savage Naga and the Limits of Language”. He held this lecture during the Winter Academy “World Scripts: Concepts and Practices of Writing from a Comparative Perspective”, Panel: “Concepts of Writing and the Materiality of Language”, 5 September 2015   Bodhisattva Kar (UCT; Senior Lecturer) received his PhD from Jawaharlal Nehru University, India. Before joining the UCT in 2012, he has taught and held fellowships at Amsterdam, Berlin, Calcutta, Mexico…

Michael Allan: “The Shape of the Word: Reflections on Language and Matter”

Michael Allan (University of Oregon), “The Shape of the Word: Reflections on Language and Matter”. He held this lecture during the Winter Academy “World Scripts: Concepts and Practices of Writing from a Comparative Perspective”; Panel “Concepts of Writing and the Materiality of Language”, 5 September 2015   Michael Allan received his Ph.D. from the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of California, Berkeley, under the direction of Judith Butler and Karl Britto. Before joining COLT, he was a member…

Stefan Leder: “Arabic Philology and the Conquest of Foreign Languages”

Stefan Leder (German Orient Institute Beirut), “Arabic Philology and the Conquest of Foreign Languages: Script, Language and Cognition (11th – 12th centuries)”. He held this lecture during the Winter Academy “World Scripts: Concepts and Practices of Writing from a Comparative Perspective”, 7 September 2015. Stefan Leder is Professor of Arabic and Islamic Studies at Martin-Luther-University in Halle/Germany and since October 2007 director of the Orient-Institut Beirut including the institute’s Istanbul branch (Orient-Institut Istanbul) till 2010. Prior to his engagement with…

Auf geht’s in die Planung!

Das HistoCamp lebt von Eurer Beteiligung! Das bedeutet: macht Euch schon mal Gedanken, welche Session Ihr anbieten möchtet und was Ihr dazu braucht. Eurer Fantasie soll dabei nur die Grenze gesetzt sein, dass eure…