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MATS Student Voices: the Kyoto Experience and PhD Success

Within the frame of the MATS mobilty programme and the Heidelberg-Kyoto Joint-Degree (JDTS), students at the HCTS have the chance to spend time in Japan as exchangees. Some of our present and former students have shared their insights on how the experience abroad has contributed to expanding their expertise in different fields and kick-starting their academic career.

Monica Juneja receives Opus Magnum from the Volkswagen Foundation

Monica Juneja, the professor of Global Art History at the HCTS, was recently awarded a one-year Opus Magnum from the Volkswagen Foundation for the funding of her ongoing research project in the field of Global Art History. The allocation will support the publication of a monography titled "Can Art History be made Global? A Discipline in Transition," which is expected for the next year.

Carsten Wergin and Christiane Brosius successful in the first round of "HeiCONNECT 2020"

The project "Provenance and Repatriation: Challenges and Potentials," led by PD Dr. Carsten Wergin, is among the first to receive funding from Heidelberg University’s new Flagship Initiative "Transforming Cultural Heritage." Hosted at the Professorship of Visual and Media Anthropology at the HCTS, it will examine the restitution of artefacts and repatriation of human remains as transcultural processes of connectivity and healing.  

Christiane Brosius and Roberta Mandoki publish edited volume on Caring for Old Age in South Asia

Christiane Brosius and Roberta Mandoki have just published their edited volume "Caring for Old Age. Perspectives from South Asia" in the "Heidelberg Studies on Transculturality" series with HeiUP.

New book on Standards of Validity in Late Imperial China published

HCTS members Martin Hofmann and Joachim Kurtz, together with Ari Daniel Levine, have co-edited the volume Powerful Arguments: Standards of Validity in Late Imperial China, published by Brill.

Global Art History receives "Social Innovation Grant" to reorient global art research and museum work

The Professorship of Global Art History at the Heidelberg Centre for Transcultural Studies (HCTS), together with five other institutes at renowned universities in Canada, Great Britain and the Netherlands, has now received a “Social Innovation Grant” for the project Worlding Public Cultures: Art and Social Innovation. The project is based on the TrACE research network, committed to the worldwide networking of transnational and transcultural research and teaching in the arts.

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  • On May 5th, 2020, the Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung published an interview with Dr. Max Stille, associate member of the HCTS and managing director of NETZ e.V., under the title "70 Millionen Menschen sind bedroht." In the interview, Stille commented on the situation in Bangladesh in view of the recent Covid-19 crisis.

  • Max Stille, associate member of the HCTS and associate researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, was awarded the Walter Witzenmann Prize for the year 2020. The award was conferred on his work on "Islamic Sermons and Public Piety in Bangladesh: The Poetics of Popular Preaching." The Walter Witzenmann Prize is sponsored by the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities and honors the work of young researchers in the field of humanities and cultural studies.

Media Reports

Prof. Barbara Mittler and Prof. Axel Michaels wrote an article about CATS for the IIAS newsletter.

SWR4 interviewed Prof. Christiane Brosius about her Nepal Heritage Documentation Project (NHDP).

Deutschlandfunk interviewed Prof. Barbara Mittler for "Tag für Tag."

The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung published an article by Prof. Christiane Brosius.

SWR2 featured Prof. Joseph Maran in radio report.

WDR interviewed Takuma Melber on Pearl Harbor.

Deutschlandfunk broadcasted an interview with Prof. Monica Juneja.

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