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Tagesarchiv für den 26. March 2014

CfP: Cultural Transfer (Word & Text)
26. March 2014, Michael Toggweiler | 0 Comments

Manuela Rossini and Mike Toggweiler are editing an issue of Word & Text on “cultural transfer”. We are happy to announce our call for papers and welcome abstracts from interested scholars until 27 June 2014.


Winter School 2014 – Transferring Statements
26. March 2014, Michael Toggweiler | 0 Comments

Between heterogeneity and homogeneity – guest lecturer Anil Bhatti from Jawaharlal Nehru University of New Delhi emphasizes the advantages of considering cultural processes in terms of similarity


Winter School 2014 – Transferring Statements
26. March 2014, Michael Toggweiler | 0 Comments

Entrapped by my mobile phone? – guest lecturer Hans Peter Hahn from Goethe University Frankfurt explains why it could be misleading to talk of a proper agency of non-organic things


Winter School 2014 – Transferring Statements
26. March 2014, Michael Toggweiler | 0 Comments

Tales from the crypt – watch how guest lecturer Marianne Sommer from the University of Lucerne sheds some light on hominid bones as an example of knowledge transfer within anthropological discourse and beyond


Winter School 2014 – Transferring Statements
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An elevation of culture – guest lecturer Helga Mitterbauer from the University of Alberta explains why we should consider culture as transfer


Winter School 2014 – Transferring Statements
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The benefits of an academic ivory tower – postdoctoral scholars Sylvia Karastathi and Katharina Wessely from the University of Berne talk about interdisciplinary encounters by way of travelling concepts such as “cultural transfer”


Winter School 2014 – Transferring Statements
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Beyond nature-culture – Watch PhD candidate Jacqueline Dalziell from the University of New South Wales explaining why slime molds might undermine an anthropocentric notion of cultural transfer


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