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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. 

Nächste Veranstaltungen


Mon

5

Dec

2016

Angelus Mnenuka (University of Leipzig):
"The contemporaneity of Bena Orature"
African Diversities Colloquium Winter 2016/17


Tue

6

Dec

2016

Bob van der Linden (MPI-MMG):
"Songs to the Jinas and of the Gurus: historical comparisons between Jain and Sikh devotional music"
Religious Diversity Colloquium Winter 2016/17

News & Updates

The Unbearable Lightness of History

Peter van der Veer ist im November Gast am MPI für Wissenschaftsgeschichte in Berlin und wird im Rahmen des Institutskolloquiums einen Vortrag halten.

Cities and the Challenge of Diversity

Das MPI-MMG präsentiert seine neue Website zum Projekt "Cities and the Challenge of Diversity: a Study in Germany and France".

ERC Starting Grants

2016 wurden zwei Starting Grants an die Wissenschaftlerinnen Annelies Kusters and Sahana Udupa vergeben.

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
A blog by Léonie Newhouse

Flüchtlinge in Deutschland – Welche Spielräume hat die Integration?

MPI erforscht Vielfalt von Flüchtlingen
Göttinger Tageblatt, 27.01.16

Was die Zuwanderung mit Deutschland macht
Süddeutsche Zeitung, 28.10.15

Global Diversities book series

Online-Vorträge

Christian Joppke (University of Bern): “Legal Multiculturalism: Comparing Gays and Muslims”    Video

Steven Vertovec (MPI-MMG): “Super-diversity as concept and approach: whence it came, where it’s at, and whither it’s going”   Video

Frühere Online-Vorträge mit Ash Amin (Cambridge University), John R. Bowen (Washington University, St. Louis), José Casanova (Georgetown University, Washington, DC), Ronan McCrea (University College London), 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), Itamar Mann (Georgetown), Alan Patten (Princeton), Anne Phillips (London School of Economics), 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

Call for Papers

Diversity Interviews

Neuestes Interview mit Anne Phillips (University of London / LSE)

For myself I prefer the notion of difference to that of diversity. This is partly because diversity has become part of an administrative framework that frames antidiscrimination policies in the work place as a matter of equality and diversity, but in a rather empty way. I don't know if this is also true in Germany, but it is certainly the case in the UK. We are searching, I take it, for terms that capture a vision of a world in which people can be accepted and regarded as full equals but without having to assimilate to a single model of person or citizen.  ... [mehr]


Frühere Interviews


Interview mit Mette Louise Berg (Oxford)

I suppose I see diversity as both a new term and an old term. I’m trained as a social and cultural anthropologist and there is ... 

Interview with Rogers Brubaker (Los Angeles)

In a sense ‘diversity’ is just a more recent term for concepts that have been central to sociology from the very beginning ...

Interview with Nancy Foner (New York)

For me, in terms of my work, when I speak of diversity I generally mean ethnoracial diversity – and ethnoracial diversity as it relates to immigration. ...

Interview with Loren Landau (Johannes- burg)

For me diversity is about different ways of being in space, particularly in urban space, space that itself is shaped by people's backgrounds ...

Interview with Sarah Neal (Surrey)

I come from a race and ethnicity background and certainly the concept of diversity and superdiversity as it’s being developed ...

Interview with Manuel A. Vásquez (Florida)

There are two sorts of background conditions that I would look into to make sense of how diversity comes to the fore for me. ...


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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