Colloquium


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Most of the colloquia will take place on site in the large conference room of the MPIB, Lentzeallee 94, 14195 Berlin, at 17:00 CET, pending the Covid-19 situation at the time.
Audience members are asked to wear a medical or FFP2 mask.
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For further information please contact: Daniela Petrosino

 


Program Winter Semester 2022/23


18.10.2022
Holly Yanacek (James Madison University)
Feeling beyond the human: on human and non-human emotions in modern German cultural history


25.10.2022 
Helena Flam (Universität Leipzig)
Vanity and contempt in the NSU video clip


15.11.2022  - online
Annika Raapke (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
Fighting the good fight? Exploring conflict in letters from the eighteenth-century French Caribbean


29.11.2022
Katharina Jörder (Freie Universität Berlin)
Encountering emotions in researching South Africa‘s apartheid propaganda photography


06.12.2022
Joyce Nyairo (Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin)
Public mourning: rules, rights and responsibilities in the age of social media


13.12.2022
Ying Zhang (Ohio State University; American Academy in Berlin)
Should anger be managed? Bureaucratic culture in Ming China (1368-1644)


10.01.2023
Anna Medvedovska („Tkuma“ Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies; Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin)
The Holocaust in Ukraine trough the prism of national resentment


17.01.2023
Susan Marks (London School of Economics and Political Science; Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin)
On dignity


24.01.2023
Ofer Idels (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
The Hebrew experience: revolutions, Jewish life in modern Palestine and the history of emotions


07.02.2023
Dolores Martín Moruno (University of Geneva)
Moral economies of care: gender, experiences and humanitarian knowledge(s)


14.02.2023
Marian Füssel (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
Feelings in the lecture hall: a practical history of academic teaching in the eighteenth century

 

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