Workshop | Multiperspectivity and Multi-Scalarity in Writing Your Area Studies Thesis. Spatial and Social Science Theories and Methods
This hands-on PhD block seminar/workshop will introduce to different multi-scalar and multi-perspective approaches to writing an Area Studies dissertation. Based on the doctoral candidates’ projects, the seminar will bring together different disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives while introducing the participants to multi-scalar techniques for collecting, interpreting, and analyzing qualitative data. With this the doctoral candidates can reflect on and discuss their wider…Weiterlesen
Where? Universität Regensburg, Sammelgebäude 2.14 (CITAS/DIMAS)
When? Tuesday, 22 November, 18:00Weiterlesen
Following up on the 2021 Graduate Workshop, Competing Sovereignties, this internal workshop looks to develop chapters for a new publication addressing narratives and practices of sovereignty through an area studies lens. The event is organized by the doctoral researchers Jon Matlack and Elia Bescotti.
Where? Universität Regensburg, Sammelgebäude 214 (CITAS)
When? Friday, 18 November, 09:30-18:00 | Saturday, 19 November, 09:30-13:00Weiterlesen
Snaklab Talk | Vjeran Pavlakovic: Dalmatians in the Desert: Southeast European Immigrants in Arizona, 1880-1920
On Wednesday, 16 Nov at 16:00 at Altes Finanzamt Room 017, current IOS visiting scholar Vjeran Pavlakovic will give a talk as part of the Snaklab series organized by the VW Foundation Project, seeFField.Weiterlesen
Leading memory studies scholar, sociologist and historian Jeffrey Olick will trace developments around the concept of "the politics of regret", with a focus on debates on postcolonial, German memory politics and the end of American exceptionalism in light of the BLM movement.
Thursday 10 November, 19:00 | Großer Sitzungssaal PT3.0.79 at UR
There will also be a zoom link available. For more details, see bleow.Weiterlesen