Kategorie: Annual Conferences

The annual conference hosted by the Forum Transregionale Studien and the Max Weber Foundation offers scholars from various countries the opportunity to discuss key political, cultural, economic and social themes in transregional perspective and to have interchanges with respect to processes of internationalization in the humanities and social sciences. The series of conferences make the field of transregional research accessible to a broader public, particularly from the spheres of science, politics and the media.

Concluding remarks to the Conference “Making, Sustaining, Breaking – The Politics of Heritage and Culture”

by Birgit Meyer (University Utrecht / Chair Academic Advisory Board of the Forum Transregionale Studien) Concluding remarks to the Annual Conference “Making, Sustaining, Breaking – The Politics of Heritage and Culture”...

„Das eine ist die Ästhetik, das andere der historische Wert“ – Interview mit Katharina Steudtner

Zerstörung und Aufbau sind zwei Pole, die Ausgrabungsprozessen eingeschrieben sind und entscheidende Schritte auf dem Weg zur Bewertung eines Ortes als Denkmal darstellen. Angesichts spätmittelalterlicher und byzantischer Bebauung auf Ruinenbergen hellenistischer...

Combiz Moussavi-Aghdam: “Modern Trends in Pre-Revolutionary Iranian Art and the Question of Alternative Modernism”

Combiz Moussavi-Aghdam (Tehran/Berlin) held a lecture on “Modern Trends in Pre-revolutionary Iranian Art and the Question of Alternative Modernism” during the Annual Conference “Global Modernisms: Contiguities, Infrastructures and Aesthetics”, 5...

Merel van Tilburg: “From ‘Aesthetic Colonialism’ to a Syncretic Aesthetic: Negotiating Universalism, Francité and Negritude in Senegalese and French Modernist Tapestries”

Merel van Tilburg (The Courtauld Institute of Art, London) held this lecture “From ‘Aesthetic Colonialism’ to a Syncretic Aesthetic: Negotiating Universalism, Francité and Negritude in Senegalese and French Modernist Tapestries”...

Harsha Ram: “The Scale of Global Modernisms: Imperial, Regional, National, Local”

Harsha Ram (University of California, Berkeley) held this lecture on “The Scale of Global Modernisms: Imperial, Regional, National, Local” during the Annual Conference “Global Modernisms: Contiguities, Infrastructures and Aesthetics”, 5...