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GPTS Kolloquium für Cluster-Doktoranden im Sommersemester 2017

(Montags, 16-18h, Raum 212, J. Nowoitnick)

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KOLLOQUIUMSPLAN

17.04.2017

(keine Sitzung - Feiertag)

24.04.2017

Jennifer Pochodzalla (GPTS-6): “The Fertile Crescent as architectural Playground for a new ruling Elite. Reconsidering the Umayyad Desert Castles in a transcultural Perspective”

Rosanna Sirignano (GPTS-8): “Female anthropologists in the Arab world. European Orientalism and Palestinian culture in the field notes of Hilma Granqvist (1890–1972)”

01.05.2017

(keine Sitzung - Feiertag)

08.05.2017

(keine Sitzung)

15.05.2017

Aida Murtić (GPTS-8): “Transcultural Urban Landscape: Towards Reading Spatial Images of Sarajevo”

Yusen Yu (GPTS-6): “Timurid reception of Chinese art”

22.05.207

(keine Sitzung - Feiertag)

29.05.2017

Dikshya Karki (GPTS-8): “Cinematic Kathmandu”

Marlène Harles (GPTS-6): “Collectives, localities and networks in the emerging contemporary art scenes of Nepal and Bangladesh”

05.06.2017

(keine Sitzung - Feiertag)

12.05.2017

Maksym Grinenko (GPTS-8): "Transwar Japanese Foreign Resource Trade, 1930–1960”

Dimitry Okropiridze (GPTS-6): “Carl G. Jung and his Analytical Psychology in a Post-Secular Discourse. Historicizing the Religio-Therapeutic”

19.05.2017

(keine Sitzung)

26.06.2017

Tarik Merida (GPTS-6): “Reflections on the Creation of the Japanese Racial Identity in the Context of White Supremacy”

Kyonghee Lee (HERA/GPTS-8): “Conservative-reformist visions of rural self-governance in East Asia in the interwar period”

03.07.2017

(keine Sitzung)

10.07.2017

Sijia Cheng (GPTS-8): “A Cultural History of Animal Waste in Late Imperial China”

Lisa Lindkvist Zhang (GPTS-8): “Chinese Philosophy as Translingual Practice”

17.07.2017

(no session)

24.07.2017

Faryaneh Fadaeiresketi (GPTS-6): “Toward an Imagistic Aesthetics: Reception of Haiku in Iran and "Haiku Effect" in Contemporary Persian Poetry”

Katharina Rode (GPTS-6): “Changing concepts of copying and imitation in late nineteenth-century Japanese painting”