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Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung multireligiöser und multiethnischer Gesellschaften

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Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung multireligiöser und multiethnischer Gesellschaften

Das Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung multireligiöser und multiethnischer Gesellschaften ist eines der führenden Zentren für die multidisziplinäre Erforschung der vielfältigen Formen von gesellschaftlicher Vielfalt in der aktuellen globalisierten Welt. Das Institut besteht aus drei unabhängigen Abteilungen. 

MPI-MMG Ressourcen und der Flüchtlingszustrom

Flüchtlingen in Deutschland Perspektive geben

MPI-MMG Veröffentlichungen

Germany’s second turning point. Long-term effects of the refugee crisis

Come tomorrow
Ein Blog von Léonie Newhouse

Abraham Geiger Preis - Laudatio

MPI erforscht Vielfalt von Flüchtlingen
Göttinger Tageblatt, 27.01.16

Was die Zuwanderung mit Deutschland macht
Süddeutsche Zeitung, 28.10.15

Nächste Veranstaltungen


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20

Apr

2016

Ronan McCrea (University College London):
"Justifying the Secular State: Trans-Atlantic Lessons on the Weakness of Rights as a Basis for Secularism"
more

Open Lectures Spring 2016

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3

Mar

2016

Mojúbàolú Olufúnké Okome (City University of New York):
"Transnationalism, Gender, Evangelism and Power in African Initiated Churches in Nigeria and its Diaspora"
more

News & Updates

MPI erforscht Vielfalt von Flüchtlingen

Mit finanzieller Förderung durch die Volkswagen-Stiftung werden Prof. Vertovec und ein Team von vier Wissenschaft- lerinnen und einer Doktorandin das zunächst auf ein Jahr angelegte Projekt durchführen. In: GT vom 27.01.2016

“Let the Conversation Begin”

Rückschau auf den ersten Goethe-Göttingen Critical Exchange "Selling Out the Political?: Perspectives from Law, Political Economy & Critical Theory", 15. Januar 2016 am MPI-MMG, Göttingen

Neuer Film online

Der Film "Ishaare" von Annelies Kusters zeigt, wie sechs Personen in Mumbai in Gebärdensprache mit Ladeninhabern, Straßenverkäufern, Schaffnern und Mitreisenden kommunizieren.

Global Diversities book series

Online-Vorträge

Itamar Mann (Georgetown): “Refugees: from Managerialism to 'Our Way of Life' ”    Video

Frühere Online-Vorträge mit Ash Amin (Cambridge University), John R. Bowen (Washington University, St. Louis), José Casanova (Georgetown University, Washington, DC), Alison Dundes Renteln (University of Southern California), Stephan Feuchtwang (London School of Economics), Marie-Claire Foblets (MPI for Social Anthropology Halle/Saale), David Gellner (University of Oxford), Virginie Guiraudon (Sciences Po), Suzanne Hall (University of London / LSE), Saba Mahmood (University of California, Berkeley), Shalini Randeria (University of Zurich/Lichtenberg-Kolleg, Göttingen), Vyjayanthi Rao (The New School for Social Research, New York), Joel Robbins (University of California, San Diego), Olivier Roy (European University Institute, Florence), Patrick Simon (Centre d’études européennes (Sciences Po) / Institut national d’études démographiques), Mary C. Waters (Harvard University), and Michel Wieviorka (Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme / L’École des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris). Für die Gesamtliste klicken Sie hier.

Stellenausschreibungen

Diversity Interviews

Neuestes Interview mit Michèle Lamont (Harvard University)

My current work has focused on analyzing the experiences of stigmatized groups and how the environments in which they live are feeding their responses to the ethnoracial exclusion they encounter. So the place of diversity in my work would be to consider how cultural repertoires that sustain diversity – whether multiculturalist repertoires or republican repertoires – enable some responses more than others. And I’m interested in power relationships and status differences between groups. ... [more]


Frühere Interviews


Interview mit Lourdes Arizpe (Mexico)

I think that diversity is inherent to human experience. Even in seemingly homogeneous cultural groups there are many ways ... 

Interview with Jan Blommaert (Tilburg University)

I see diversity as a question, as an interrogation and basically as the item, the instrument to interrogate whatever is left of structuralism ...

Interview with Ben Gidley (University of Oxford)

I'm primarily an urban researcher. I research cities and city neighborhoods and social life in cities. So it's both an inescapable fact of city life in Britain ...

Interview with Daniel Hiebert (University of British Columbia)

I grew up in a place that had a kind of diversity but it's what people now call 'old diversity'. So in the neighborhood where I grew up ...

Interview with Kim Knott (Lancaster University)

Diversity is a term I've used for a long time. So in the mid-seventies when I was first a research student in the University of Leeds ...

Interview with Amanda Wise (Sydney)

For me, well my preference is to approach diversity through an ethnographic lens. So ‘diversity’ is a sort of container for, I guess not just ethnic difference, ...


Weitere Interviews mit Ash Amin (Cambridge), Arjun Appadurai (New York), Lourdes Arizpe (Mexico), Ulrich Beck (München), Mette Louise Berg (Oxford), Thomas Blom Hansen (Amsterdam), Jan Blommaert (Tilburg), Rogers Brubaker (Los Angeles), Wong Ing Boh Diana (Kuala Lumpur), Robin Cohen (Oxford), John Eade (London), Thomas Faist (Bielefeld), Nancy Foner (New York), Farida Tilbury Fozdar (Perth), Ben Gidley (Oxford), Andre Gingrich (Vienna), Nina Glick-Schiller (Manchester), Nilüfer Göle (Paris), Ralph Grillo (Sussex), Suzanne Hall (London), Miles Hewstone (Oxford), Daniel Hiebert (British Columbia), Bela Hovy (United Nations), Thomas Hylland Eriksen (Oslo), Michael Keith (Oxford), Peter Kivisto (Illinois), Kim Knott (Lancaster), Matthias Koenig (Göttingen), Michèle Lamont (Harvard), Loren Landau (Johannesburg), Ewa Morawska (Essex), Sarah Neal (Surrey), Brendan O'Leary (Pennsylvania), Bruno Riccio (Bologna), Paul Spoonley (Palmerston North), Manuel A. Vásquez (Florida), Andreas Wimmer (Columbia), Josh DeWind (New York), Amanda Wise (Sydney).

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