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Tagesarchiv für den 28. February 2013

Winter School 2013 – Timely Statements
28. February 2013, Michael Toggweiler | 1 Comments

A shot from the pulpit – watch guest lecturer Rosi Braidotti from Utrecht University answering the question why matter matters


Winter School 2013 – Timely Statements
28. February 2013, Michael Toggweiler | 0 Comments

Haunted by specters – watch guest lecturer Stefan Herbrechter from Coventry University explaining why he distrusts matter


Winter School 2013 – Timely Statements
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Early modern time foldings – guest lecturer Michael Kempe, Director of the Leibniz Research Center and the Leibniz-Archive in Hannover, explains why Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz’ alternative conceptualizations of time are still inspiring today


Winter School 2013 – Timely Statements
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Time and the other – guest lecturer Antje Flüchter from the University of Heidelberg talks about modern Western chronocentrism and why India was thought to be non-contemporary to the contemporary Western norm


Winter School 2013 – Timely Statements
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Whom the bell tolls – listen to what postdoctoral scholar Michelle Bastian from the University of Edinburgh says about clocks


Winter School 2013 – Timely Statements
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Mapping Rice - watch Elaine Gan from the University of California at Santa Cruz talking about multispecies temporalities


Winter School 2013 – Timely Statements
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Living on the edge of time – PhD candidate Anna McFarlane of the University of St. Andrews suggests a utopian novel


Winter School 2013 – Timely Statements
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Between the immanent and transcendent – Florian Zemmin, PhD candidate from the University of Bern, tells you whether we live in secular or post-secular times


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