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Seminars and Events

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Summer Semester 2016

Summer Semester 2016

German History Workshop (Co-organized by IMPRS Moral Economies, MPI for Human Development and Der Kreis - University of California, Berkeley)

IMPRS Moral Economies Peer Colloquium

Seminar: Happy Objects and Objects of Happiness - Historical, Political and Economic Perspectives (Edgar Cabanas Diaz)

Seminar: Venegance - States, Violence and Law in World History (Stephen Cummins)

Seminar: Alcohol and Drugs in Modern History (Pavel Vasilyev)

Wintersemester 2015/16

Wintersemester 2015/16

Introduction to Moral Economy and the History of Emotions (Ute Frevert, Monika Freier)

Introduction to the Theory and Methodology of History (Researchers at the Center for the History of Emotions)

Winter Semester 2014/15

Winter Semester 2014/15

Introduction to Moral Economy and the History of Emotions (Ute Frevert, Monika Freier)

Introduction to the Theory and Methodology of History (Researchers at the Center for the History of Emotions)

Summer Semester 2014

Summer Semester 2014

Summer School: Concepts language and beyond. Emotions between values and bodies

Seminar: Moral Economies in the Modern Life-Cycle (Stephanie Olsen)

Seminar: History of Emotions goes Global (Margrit Pernau, Benno Gammerl)

IMPRS Moral Economies Peer Colloquium

Winter Semester 2013/14

Winter Semester 2013/14

Introduction to Moral Economy and Emotions (Ute Frevert, Margrit Pernau, Monika Freier)

Introduction to the Theory and Methodology of History (Researchers at the Center for the History of Emotions)

Inauguration of the IMPRS Moral Economies, November 20th, 2013

Graduate Conference

"A System Without Anger and Fondness? Emotions in the Age of Bureaucracy"
15-16 September 2016, MPIB Berlin

The two-day conference brings together researchers focusing on the intersections of emotions and bureaucracy who will present their projects and discuss the opportunities (and limits) of a cultural history of bureaucracy from the perspective of the history of emotions.

Keynote by Peter Becker (Universität Wien).