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‘Will They Become Human?’ Romanies and Re-education Knowledge in Postwar Czechoslovakia

“We are building a socialist order for the happy present and future of today’s and future generations.” This is what Václav Nosek, the Minister of the Interior, told his fellow party members at the beginning of the Ninth Congress of the Czechoslovak Communist Party in May 1949.1 His words exemplify how the formation of communist … Continue reading ‘Will They Become Human?’ Romanies and Re-education Knowledge in Postwar Czechoslovakia

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[Review] 聂溦萌《中古官修史体制的运作与演进》(Nie Weimeng: On the Operations and Development of the System of Compiling Official Historiography During the Middle Ages)

Nie Weimeng 聂溦萌, Zhonggu guanxiushi tizhi de yunzuo yu yanjin 中古官修史体制的运作与演进 (On the Operations and Development of the System of Compiling Official Historiography During the Middle Ages), Shanghai: Shanghai Guji Chubanshe 上海古籍出版社, 2021. ISBN 978–7–5325–9887–8, 388 pages, 108 RMB. Reviewed by Paul Fahr (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) The study of medieval Chinese historiography seems to be a lively field of research in present-day Mainland China. In 2012, Xu Chong 徐冲 published his On the Writing of History and the Sources of Imperial Power During the Middle […]

Blogging Migrant Knowledge – Part II

Migrant knowledge is not so much a concept as it is a research agenda.1 It can foster work on what migrants know about their world, and it challenges us to think more about what societies, including states, know about migrants. In Part I of my reflections on our sister blog, Migrant Knowledge, I highlighted posts … Continue reading Blogging Migrant Knowledge – Part II

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Reflections on the Legacy of an Anthropologist-Filmmaker – A Weekend with Jean Rouch, 11 and 12 June 2022

23 June 2022 | Author: Katja RieckFollowing the successful Istanbul edition of the Iran at the Crossways film forum, there was a revived interest in the French anthropologist and filmmaker Jean Rouch. Initiated by the French-Iranian filmmaker Mina Rad, and hosted by Institut Français Istanbul with the support of the Institut Français d’Études Anatoliennes and Orient-Institut Istanbul, a follow-up event focusing specifically on Jean Rouch’s work was held on 11 and 12 of June at the premises of the Institut Français.

readme.txt: Reformer als Wertegemeinschaften. Zur diskursiven Formierung einer sozialen Gruppe im spätangelsächsischen England (ca. 850–1050)

Lesen, Schreiben und Publizieren sind die Essenz von „Geisteswissenschaften als Beruf“. In der Rubrik readme.txt stellen wir die Publikationen der Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler der Max Weber Stiftung vor. Vier kurze Fragen und Antworten machen…

Blickwechsel nach Fernost

Die Stadt Wladiwostok mit ihrem maritimen Flair gilt als Russlands Tor zum Pazifik. Die fernöstliche Metropole liegt mehr als 9.000 Kilometer von der russischen Hauptstadt entfernt. Sie ist einer der Endpunkte der legendären Transsibirischen Eisenbahn, die 1891 von Zar Nikolaus mit einem ersten Spatenstich auf die Schiene gesetzt wurde. Wer in Moskau einsteigt, fährt heute rund eine Woche mit dem Zug durch die Russische Föderation und erfasst dadurch die scheinbar unendliche Weite des Landes. Ankunftsort ist das Bahnhofsgebäude in bunter, neorussischer Bauweise, die den imperialen Herrschaftsanspruch versinnbildlicht.

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