Kategorie: Max Weber Stiftung

März 1620: Eine letzte Warnung nach Böhmen

Während Friedrich von der Pfalz die Länder der böhmischen Krone bereiste, um dort die Huldigungen entgegenzunehmen und seine Herrschaft zu stabilisieren, organisierte sich im Reich eine Gegenbewegung. Am 16. März kamen einige Reichsstände in Mühlhausen zu Beratungen zusammen, die bis … Weiterlesen

16. März 1620: Bezahlt, aber nicht geliefert

Schon im Jahr zuvor hatte es immer wieder Werbungen gegeben. Und auch jetzt, den zu Ende gehenden Winter vor Augen, intensivierten alle Kriegsparteien ihre Anstrengungen, um neue Söldner zu gewinnen. Gerade der Niederrhein war eine Region, in der viele Kriegsknechte … Weiterlesen

“Knowledge Is My Immediate Research Object” – Interview with Yufei Zhou

Today, we talk to Yufei Zhou who is a historian of modern Japanese thought and global intellectual history. She specializes in entanglements between Europe and East Asia, with a focus on the transplantation of modern social scientific concepts, institutions, and theoretical paradigms.

“I Am Looking at Documents Held in the Provincial Archives at the Sino-Russian Border and in Taiwan” – Interview with Christina Till

Today, we talk to Christina Till. She is a postdoctoral researcher at the Beijing Branch Office of Max Weber Foundation and a member of the international research project “Knowledge Unbound” and the submodule “Interaction and Knowledge in the Pacific Region: Entanglements and Disentanglements“.

“Issues of Global Mobilities of People, Knowledge, Ideas and Investments Have Always Fascinated Me” – Interview with Ala Al-Hamarneh

Today, we talk to Ala Al-Hamarneh. During his 20 years of affiliation with the University of Mainz as assistant professor, he taught courses in human geography with regional focus on the Arab World, Germany, Emilia Romagna/Italy and the USA-Northeastern metropoles.

“Issues of Global Mobilities of People, Knowledge, Ideas and Investments Have Always Fascinated Me” – Interview with Ala Al-Hamarneh

Today, we talk to Ala Al-Hamarneh. During his 20 years of affiliation with the University of Mainz as assistant professor, he taught courses in human geography with regional focus on the Arab World, Germany, Emilia Romagna/Italy and the USA-Northeastern metropoles.