25-30 September 2019, Kiel
Multiple Neoliberalismen? Relationale Ansätze, Macht und die 'Kommodifizierung von Natur'
Vortrag von Juliane Schumacher as part of the German Congress for Geography (DKG).
3 July 2019, Museum für Kommunikation, Nürnberg
Afrika und die Mondlandung: Pressestimmen und Erinnerungen
Lecture by Katrin Bromber.
16-18 June 2019, Berlin
Critical Geography and New Materialism
Workshop organized by Juliane Schumacher.
6-8 June 2019, Kiel
Narratives of Contestation and Cooptation: REDD+ in the Southern Mediterranean
Lecture by Juliane Schumacher as part of the Enjust Nework for Environmental Justice's Workshop Narratives and Practices of Environmental Justice.
28 May 2019, Minerva University of Turku, Finland
Whatever Happened to Our Model Student? Germany and the Rise of "Anti-Remembrance" Voices
Lecture by Sonja Hegasy as part of the conference Remembrance, Trauma Transmission & Experiential Learning.
22-24 May 2019, University of Cologne
Rurality and Future-Making. Comparative Perspectives from Europe, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean
Conference with Judith Scheele and Katharina Lange.
23 May 2019, Volkshochschule Bonn
Die Wälder im Maghreb
Lecture by Juliane Schumacher.
23 May 2019, London School of Economics
State-like and state-dislike in the anthropological margins
Malinowski Memorial Lecture by Judith Scheele (Alexander von Humboldt
Fellow at Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient).
22 May 2019, University of Florida, Department of Religion
World Making from the “Margins”: Muslim Global Actors from South Asia
Keynote Lecture by Dietrich Reetz at the symposium Lived Islam in Africa.
6 May 2019, Urania Berlin
Kosmopolitismus jenseits Europas. Eine muslimische Perspektive
Lecture by Ulrike Freitag.
25-28 April 2019, University of Lodz
Workshop: "Liminal Spaces: Methods and Concepts"
Organized by Sarah Jurkiewicz for the project Spaces of Participation: Topographies of Political and Social Change in Morocco, Egypt and Palestine
23 April 2019, Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz
Stalling and Speculating: West African Traders in the Angolan Crisis
Lecture by Paolo Gaibazzi.
15-16 April 2019, University of Nottingham
Annual Conference of the British Association for Islamic Studies (BRAIS)
The panel 'Contemporary Muslim Societies in the Middle East and Asia' will be chaired by Dietrich Reetz.
28-29 March 2019, EHESS, Paris
Central Asian Studies Inside Out. Challenging Grand Narratives.
Workshop with Kyara Klausmann and Florian Coppenrath.
28 March 2019, Leuven University Belgium
Lecture by Dietrich Reetz.
28 March 2019, 7.30 pm, PSL, Salle du conseil, 60 rue Mazarine, 75006 Paris
Promoting Central Asia
Public Panel Discussion in cooperation with ZMO and HU Berlin.
14 March 2019, NIMAR-University of Leiden and Mohammed V University, Rabat
Gender and Archival activism in the Middle East. Ephemeral or Regional Phenomenon?
Lecture by Sonja Hegasy as part of the International Workshop Archive and Gender: Views from the Maghreb.
14 March 2019, Orient-Institut Beirut
Learning Intelligence: The Exchange of Secret Service Knowledge between East Germany and the Arab Middle East, 1960-1989
Lecture by Sophia Hoffmann.
12 March 2019, Tufts University, Massachusetts
Tasharrud as a State of Permanent Loss
Lecture by Veronica Ferreri.
11 March 2019, University of Manchester
A Day at Night: Dialogues between darkness and light in Odienné, a provincial town of northern Ivory Coast
Film screening and discussion with André Chappate.
10 March 2019, Princeton University, USA
Socialist Youth in the Soviet South: Between Mass Mobilization, Nationalism, and the Outside World
Lecture by Stefan B. Kirmse as part of the workshop “From Totalitarian to Authoritarian Rule: Comparing Dictatorships in Transition”.
5 March 2019, University of Bologna, Italy
Le Caillou, the maquis of [Christian] civil servants in the Muslim town of Odienné
Lecture by André Chappatte as part of the European Academy of Religion Annual Conference 2019.
3 March, French Centre for Archeology and Social Sciences, Dasman, Kuwait
From the Karakoram Mountains to the Gulf: Migration and development networks between north-eastern Pakistan and Kuwait
Lecture by Antía Mato Bouzas.
27 February 2019, SOAS University of London, UK
A Day at Night: Dialogues between darkness and light in Odienné, a provincial town of nothern Ivory Coast
Film screening with director André Chappatte.
20 February 2019, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen
Reflecting on Post-Imperial and Post-Colonial Legacies: the 2015 Berlin 'Refugee Crisis' as a mirror of the history of the Middle East
Lecture by Nora Lafi.
14 February 2019, Venice, Italy
In Search of New Research Paths: Considerations on Arabic and Ottoman Documents in Venice State Archives
Lecture by Nora Lafi as part of the 7th International Congress: Venice and its Stato da mar.