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The panel will discuss the results of the ZOMiDi research project, which investigated how and why civil society organizations change in response to migration and societal diversity. Do organizations that focus on differences respond in similar ways to the challenges linked with migration? What ‘best practices’ for organizational change can they offer? [mehr]

ALUMNI HOUR | Marian Burchardt (Leipzig University): “Configuring Diversity: Infrastructures and Affinities in Pandemic Spaces”

  • Datum: 09.06.2022
  • Uhrzeit: 12:00 - 13:00
  • Vortragender: Marian Burchardt (Leipzig University)
  • Marian Burchardt is Professor of Sociology at Leipzig University. Previously, he worked as research fellow at MMG from 2012 to 2017 and published extensively on “Diversity”. Moreover, he was a senior researcher at the Centre “Multiple Secularities - Beyond the West, Beyond Modernities”. He is the author of Regulating Difference: Religious Diversity and Nationhood in the Secular West (Rutgers UP, 2020) and Faith in the Time of AIDS: Religion, Biopolitics and Modernity in South Africa (Palgrave Macmillan 2015).
  • Ort: Zoom Meeting

"Psychological Anthropology Today: Theoretical and Practical Interventions in an Interconnected World"

Workshops, conferences 2022
  • Beginn: 02.06.2022
  • Ende: 03.06.2022
  • Ort: Hybrid
Workshop of the psychological anthropology network of the German Anthropological Association (DGSKA), co-hosted by the Research Group Ageing in a Time of Mobility, MPI-MMG [mehr]
- by invitation only - [mehr]
Co-Sponsored by the Frances Loeb Library, Harvard Graduate School of Design and Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity [mehr]
How do the empires of the past continue to exist today? And what is forgotten when bygone empires are so adamantly remembered? For the past five-and-a-half years, the Max Planck Research Group,“Empires of Memory: The Cultural Politics of Historicity in Former Habsburg and Ottoman Cities,” has investigated these questions by examining the cities of central Europe, the Balkans, Anatolia, and beyond. The “In Dialogue” event “Sanitizing Imperial Pasts” will present selected results from this research in order to explore how bygone empires continue to shape our world today. The discussion is moderated by Jelena Radovanović, a researcher of the Max Planck Research Group “Empires of Memory“. [mehr]

"The Presence and Absence of the Past"

Workshops, conferences 2022
A symposium to mark the conclusion, and afterlife, of the Max Planck Research Group “Empires of Memory: The Cultural Politics of Historicity in Former Habsburg and Ottoman Cities” [mehr]

“Ambivalent Infrastructures.The Geology and Geopolitics of Power in the Upper Euphrates”

  • Datum: 17.02.2022
  • Uhrzeit: 11:00 - 12:30
  • Vortragende(r): Zeynep Kezer (Newcastle University)
  • Zeynep Kezer is a Professor at the School of Architecture Planning at Newcastle University (UK). She is interested in examining how modern state-formation processes and nationalist ideologies play out in the built environment, informing everyday practices and identity formation.
  • Ort: Zoom Meeting

ALUMNI HOUR | Fran Meissner (University of Twente, Netherlands): “Superdiversity in times of big data technologies – social scoring, socio-spatial sorting and the future of urban diversity”

  • Datum: 16.02.2022
  • Uhrzeit: 14:00 - 15:00
  • Vortragende(r): Fran Meissner (University of Twente, Netherlands)
  • Fran Meissner is an Assistant Professor of Critical Geodata Studies and Geodata Ethics at the University of Twente, Netherlands. Before starting at Twente, Fran was an Assistant Professor of Urban Studies at the University of Leiden. Amongst other positions, she has previously held a highly competitive Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellowship at the TU Delft and a Max Weber Fellowship at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy. She is also a long-term research partner at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity. Her research focuses on contemporary urban social configurations and how – in times of datafication – these are transformed through international migration. Based on her expertise in complex urban diversities, her most recent work grapples with questions about how data technologies – specifically geodata applications – shape the way migrants get to access urban spaces and how those technologies exclude migrants from urban life. Her work aims to make visible the migration information infrastructures behind increasingly data-mediated experiences of urban diversity.
  • Ort: Zoom Meeting
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