Ciclo de conferencias « América latina transregional », DFK París Este ciclo de conferencias propone una serie de cruces entre los temas del Centro Alemán de Historia del Arte (DFK París), como la arquitectura, la transculturalidad, el...…
Kategorie: Transregionale Studien
By Marina Rudyak, Maximilian Mayer and Marius Meinhof. “We need not be at this point.” Such was the verdict of virologist Isabella Eckerle commenting on the second lockdown in the German talk show “Hart aber fair (Tough but Fair).”
Part of the TRAFO series “Academic Freedom” By Libora Oates-Indruchová Communist regimes recognized the political importance, and therefore danger, of the social sciences and the humanities. That is why they…
By Prem Poddar. As the uncertainty of the interregnum stretches and seems as pliable as a virus-stained concertina, I cannot go anytime soon to my cottage in the multikulti hills of the Himalayas on the Indian side. It is a fortune shared by a considerable number of folks stuck elsewhere and everywhere on this beleaguered planet.
Stand 18.3.2021.Fortsetzung der Beiträge „Forschungsreisen in Zeiten von Corona – Frankreich am Beginn des ‚déconfinement‘“ (I), „Die ‚neue französische Normalität‘“ (II), Winter is coming (III) und „C’est donc le retour de l’attestat…
By Francesco Anselmetti. A Flood in Baʿath Country, the 2003 documentary by Syrian filmmaker Omar Amiralay, opens with a stark confession on the director’s behalf. His career had begun in the early 1970s with a panegyric to the Baʿathist project of modernisation glorifying the construction of the Tabqa Dam on the Euphrates, near the northern Syrian city of Raqqa.
By İlkay Yilmaz. In the 19th century, the Ottoman Empire attempted to construct new technologies of transportation and communication in its territories. These were not only new technologies for the empire, they were also new to the rest of the world.
How does populism reshape pluralism and marginality in liberal democracies? – 5in10 with Felipe Hernández
What was intriguing to you when you were a child? What is it that you always wanted to know about the world? I grew up surrounded by an ethnic, linguistic…
By Görkem Akgöz. In the New Year’s special issue of the Vatan (Homeland) newspaper, a Santa Claus-like, Father Time figure (zaman, meaning time) rips off the year 1933 from the calendar to reveal the exciting prospects of the coming year.
By Hilal Alkan and Nazan Maksudyan. Our edited book explores the themes of ‘neighbours’ and ‘neighbourhoods’ as points of departure for considering identity, coexistence, solidarity and violence, and their relationship to place.
Un texte de Ihediwa Nkemjika Chimee Traduit de l’anglais par Célia Burgdorff1 L’historiographie africaine suit des divisions, schémas et séquences imposés par les européens. Ceux-ci ont affirmé dans le passé que l’histoire africaine n’existait…
Jean Cittone, « 150 ans après, une reconstitution animée de la bataille de Champigny », Le Parisien, 16 février 2021.
By Egemen Özbek. As Vanessa Agnew highlights in the Introduction to the volume, Refugee Routes is a response to the ever-growing number of refugees and internally displaced people around the world.
By Felix Mallin | Comparison – or the mental faculty of distinction – is one of the most fundamental ingredients of autonomous life. It aids us in the quotidian tasks of decoding language, emotions, or smells, as well as in making sense of the society and world around us.
Pascale Siegrist joined the GHI London in October 2020. She is an intellectual historian interested in the margins of the canon; her first book project deals with the ‘global’ thought of fin-de-siècle anarchists. At the GHI London she is developing a new project on the worlds of invented languages.
Exiled Among Nations: German and Mennonite Mythologies in a Transnational Age – Interview with John P.R. Eicher
Earlier this year, the monograph “Exiled Among Nations: German and Mennonite Mythologies in a Transnational Age” by John P.R. Eicher was published by Cambridge University Press, in the Publications of the German Historical Institute Series. We talked with the author about the origins of his book, the role of institutions for diasporic groups and links between his research and today’s world.
Interview on Nazan’s book “Ottoman Children and Youth during World War I” that was awarded the AMECYS 2020 book award. Nazan is Einstein guest professor at the Freie Universität Berlin and a EUME Fellow 2009-10.