04 May 2021
12:15  - 13:15

Ort:
online, zoom

Organisator:
G3S

Kolloquium / Seminar

Noon-Talks 5/6: Hegemony and Autonomy: Life in the West African Savannah since the 1970s

Brainfood for lunch. Doctoral candidates and researchers from the Departement of Social Sciences present their ongoing research.

“Noon-Talks” is an opportunity for PhD candidates and Post-docs of the Department of Social Sciences to get to know each other, present their ongoing work, receive feed-back and engage in discussions with scholars of the various disciplines of our department. Our goal is to foster exchange between scholars and get to know each other’s work. We wish to encourage presenters to address methodological challenges, theoretical issues and conceptual questions they are currently working on. Each presentation will be followed by prepared comments from a discussant and an open Q&A session. We cordially invite all members, faculty and students of the department to join us.

Program: 20 minutes presentation, 10 minutes comments by a discussant, 20-30 minutes open Q&A/discussion

Presenter: Prof. Till Förster and Dr. Lucy Koechlin (Anthropology)

Discussant: Prof. Elisio Macamo (Sociology/African Studies)

Further dates: 18.05.2021

No registration needed, please follow the link below for participation.


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