Colloquium


Due to COVID-19, the upcoming colloquia will be held in a purely virtual format as WebEx Meetings usually at 5 pm (unless otherwise stated) . You can download the WebEx Meeting app in advance. (It is also possible to connect via your browser.)  Please also consult our guidelines for WebEx Meetings.

For further information please contact: Daniela Petrosino

 


Program Winter Semester 2021/22


19.10.2021
Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly (University of Oxford)
Stirring Emotions at Home: the British Empire in India


26.10.2021    
Heike Paul (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg)
American Civil Sentimentalism, Past and Present


16.11.2021    
Ludivine Broch (University of Westminster)
Merci America! Liberation, Aid and (in)Gratitude in Post-war France


23.11.2021  
Jennifer Boittin (Pennsylvania State University)
Policing Passionate Women in the French Empire, 1919-1948


30.11.2021    
Victoria de Grazia (Columbia University)
Should We Consider Fascism as an Historically Distinct ‘Emotional Regime’?


07.12.2021
Haley McEwen (University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg)
Anti-Gender Anxieties: 'Gender' and 'Civilization' within 'Pro-family' Discourse

Link to the WebEx-Meeting

Meeting number: 2740 381 4992
Meeting password: tBkX73jBcj9


14.12.2021  
Stefan Malinowski (University of Edinburgh)
No King Asleep in the Mountain. Love and Hatred for the German Monarchy since 1918


11.01.2022
Theo Jung (University of Freiburg)
Silent Protest: The Emergence of a New Mode of Contentious Politics in Europe and the United States (c. 1880-1925)


18.01.2022
Adwoa Opong (Washington University, St Louis)
For a Healthy and Respectable Nation: The Federation of Ghana Women, and the Question of Customary Marriages in Postcolonial Ghana, 1953-1959


25.01.2022
Alexandra Oeser (University of Paris Nanterre)
Laughing about Nazism, Jealousy and Love. Emotions in Court Cases in Nazi Germany, 1936-1944


08.02.2022
Elissa Mailänder (Sciences Po Paris)
Got a Light? Soldiers, Cigarettes, and the Semantics of Wartime Photography

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