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Program Summer Semester 2022

28.04.2022 - online
Jackie Clarke (University of Glasgow)
Changing the feeling rules of the factory in late twentieth-century France

03.05.2022  - on site
Bernardo Zacka (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Danish job centers and the design of the unhomely home

10.05.2022  - online
Jordanna Bailkin (University of Washington)
Love in the time of welfare

24.05.2022 - online
Maya Nadkami (Swarthmore College)
Postsocialist memory and the end(s) of nostalgia in Hungary

31.05.2022 - on site
Michael Wildt (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Scattered times. Reflecting German history in the twentieth century

07.06.2022 - online
Xun Zhou (University of Essex)
Pandemics, xenophobia, and fear: who is to blame for COVID-19?

14.06.2022 - online
Felicitas Becker (Ghent University)
The politics of ‚shame‘ in the aftermath of slavery in East Africa, ca. 1920-2022

21.06.2022 - online
Susan Morrissey (University of California, Irvine)
'The act was imbued with a strong hatred, and hatred is the force of revolution': Emotions and violence in personal letters from the Russian Revolution of 1905-07

28.06.2022 - on site
Brendan Röder (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
Controlling emotions and the senses during epidemics in early modern Germany

05.07.2022 - on site
Diana Colceriu (University of Bucharest)
Enthusiasm: Romantic accounts of a modern emotion


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