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Cluster Colloquium for PhDs & PostDocs Summer Term 2014 (coordinated by B.-O. Kamm) Monday, 16-18, room 212

14.04.2014
Chen, Shuai (MC 13.2): The Transcultural Migration of Concepts in Buddhist Philosophical Analysis: from Sanskrit to Chinese.
Berg, Esther (JRG B21): Transcultural Dynamics of Christian Small Group Practice.

05.05.2014
Chatterjee, Sukla (GPTS 3): Kardoo the Hindu Girl: A Missionary’s gazing at the ‘native’ body.
Bernroider, Lucie (HERA): Laying claim to the city? Gendered Space and Feminist Protest in Delhi.

12.05.2014
B., Matthias (GPTS 3): Between Science and Superstition: Spirit-Writing Organizations in Early Republican China and their Quest for Legitimacy.
Bogdonova, Eugenia (GPTS 3): The Transcultural Art of Bokujinkai Group.

19.05.2014 (in room 221!)
Lume Pereira, Federica (GPTS 5): Transfer of Knowledge and Materials between the Near East and South Asia in the Late Fourth and Early Third Millennium B.C.
Paralkar, Anil (GPTS 5): Spicing Up Life - Changes in European Dietetics Following the European Spice Trade with Asia.

16.06.2014
Eickelbeck, Felix (GPTS 5): The Discourse on Cruelty to Animals in Colonial India in a Global Context. Between Imperialism, Racism and Animal Protection.
Zabarskaite, Jolita (GPTS 5): The Past in the Present: Ancient History and its Importance to Indian and Maritime Southeast Asian Narratives of Identity.

23.06.2014
Barlas, Zara (GPTS 3): Resonances of India: Nineteenth-Century Representations of India in British Painting, Opera and other Musical Entertainments.
Agarwal, Saumya (GPTS 5): Mimesis, Alterity and the Entangled Representations of Colonial Modernity in the Wall Paintings of Shekhawati.

30.06.2014
Linder, Sabine (MC 8.2): Innovation Management in Early Bronze Age China.
Wischnewski, Ulrike (MC 8.2): Transfer of Innovation in the Near East during the Early Bronze Age.

07.07.2014
Sun, Anjie (GPTS 5): Conceptualizing Egypt in Roman Imperial Context: a Study on the Image of Egypt in Roman Discourse with a Special Focus on the Flavian Period.
Carrai, Maria Adele (Max Planck): State and Empire: China's Appropriation of International Sovereignty in the 19th and 20th century.

14.07.2014
Sarkar, Oyndrila (GPTS 5): The Great Trigonometrical Survey of India and the Mapping Spaces in Assam 1820-1890.
Chen, Ping-Heng (GPTS 5): Japanese Photography in Guatemala - Transcultural Visuality and the Migrant Life of Yasu Kohei.

21.07.2014 (starts at 14:00!; in room 002)
Raun, Karl H.M. (JRG DigiHum): LiDAR Based Semi-Automatic Pattern Recognition Within a Northern European Archaeological Landscape.
Pfeiffer, Michelle (JRG DigiHum): Methods and Perspectives of Digital Research Infrastructures for European Archaeology Within a WebGIS.