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"The Art of Memory: A Sudanese Mystery"

Telling Times: Memories of Culture, Cultures of Memory - Lecture Series 2019
  • Date: Dec 16, 2019
  • Time: 02:00 PM - 03:30 PM (Local Time Germany)
  • Speaker: Noah Salomon (Carleton College)
  • Noah Salomon is Associate Professor of Religion at Carleton College. His first book, For Love of the Prophet: An Ethnography of Sudan’s Islamic State (Princeton University Press, 2016) examines the inner-workings of an Islamic political project and its refractions as it sought to reform state and society, and was in turn reformed by them. It won the 2017 Albert Hourani Prize from the Middle East Studies Association and a 2017 Excellence in the Study of Religion Award from the American Academy of Religion. A recent recipient of a Mellon New Directions Fellowship, Salomon is currently based in Beirut, Lebanon, working on a transregional project on the ethics of Islamic unity in the context of popular revolution and in its aftermath.
  • Location: MPI-MMG, Hermann-Föge-Weg 12, Göttingen
  • Room: Conference Room

"Refugee and Migration Law Workshop"

Workshops, conferences 2019
Workshop organized by Tendayi Achiume (UCLA School of Law), Katerina Linos (Berkeley Law), Itamar Mann (University of Haifa Faculty of Law) and Ayelet Shachar (MPI-MMG). [more]

"Ritual and Pluralism: Religious Variations on Socialist Death Rituals in Urban China”

  • Date: Dec 9, 2019
  • Time: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM (Local Time Germany)
  • Speaker: Huwy-min Lucia Liu (George Mason University)
  • Huwy-min Lucia Liu is an Assistant Professor in the Depart-ment of Sociology and Anthropology at George Mason University in the United States since 2019. Before joining Mason, she was an Assistant Professor in the Division of Humanities at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Dr. Liu received her PhD from the Anthropology Department at Boston University in 2015. Dr. Liu is a cultural anthropolo-gist whose research interests cover topics in politics, religions, socialism and change, subjectivity and governance, life and death study, rituals, and emotion. She is currently working on a book tentatively titled, Governing Death, Making Persons: The New Chinese Way of Death.
  • Location: MPI-MMG, Hermann-Föge-Weg 12, Göttingen
  • Room: Conference Room

"Managing Religious Diversity: The Law of ‘Religious Harmony’"

  • Date: Dec 4, 2019
  • Time: 02:00 PM - 04:00 PM (Local Time Germany)
  • Speaker: Jaclyn L. Neo (National University of Singapore)
  • JACLYN L. NEO is Associate Professor of Law at the National University of Singapore (NUS) where she specializes in constitutional law, as well as law and religion. Her work aims to forefront Asian jurisdictions and mainstream them in comparative constitutional law. A graduate of NUS Faculty of Law and Yale Law School, Jaclyn is a recipient of multiple academic scholarships and competitive research grants. She has published in leading journals in her field, including the International Journal of Constitutional Law (I-CON) and the Oxford Journal of Law and Religion. She is the editor of Constitutional Interpretation in Singapore: Theory and Practice (Routledge, 2017) and co-editor of Pluralist Constitutions in Southeast Asia (Hart, 2019), and Regulating Religion in Asia: Norms, Modes, and Challenges (Cambridge University Press, 2019). She has also served as guest editor for the Journal of Law, Religion, and State, the Journal of International and Comparative Law, the Journal of Comparative Law, and the Singapore Academy of Law Journal. Starting 1 January 2020, she will assume the directorship of the Centre for Asian Legal Studies at NUS.
  • Location: MPI-MMG, Hermann-Föge-Weg 11, Göttingen
  • Room: Library Hall

"Brown struggles and hoary settlers:the fragmented chronicles of Panjabis in Southall"

  • Date: Dec 3, 2019
  • Time: 02:00 PM - 03:30 PM (Local Time Germany)
  • Speaker: Sara Bonfanti (University of Trento)
  • Sara Bonfanti is a social anthropologist, specialized in gender studies, with expertise on South Asian diaspo-ras. She was awarded a PhD in Anthropology of Mi-grations for her multisite ethnography conducted be-tween Italy and India, analyzing generational change among Punjabi transnational families.
  • Location: Video Conference
Internal author workshop organized by Christine Lang (MPI-MMG Göttingen), Andreas Pott (IMIS/Osnabrück University) and Kyoko Shinozaki (Salzburg University). [more]

"Mass Media Science Communication"

Workshops, conferences 2019
Internal workshop [more]

"Quo vadis, migration studies? Towards a migratory epistemology. A critical reflection of the conventional concepts used in migration studies"

  • Date: Nov 19, 2019
  • Time: 02:15 PM - 04:00 PM (Local Time Germany)
  • Speaker: Franck Düvell (German Institute for Integration and Migration Research, Berlin)
  • FRANCK DÜVELL, PhD, is head of the migration department at the new German Centre for Integration and Migration Research (DeZIM), Berlin (since 2018). Previously, he was associate professor and senior researcher at the Centre for Migration, Policy and Society at the University of Oxford. Franck is an expert on refugee, irregular and transit migration and migration governance, specifically in the EU and its neighbourhood. He has also worked for the International Centre for Migration Policy Development, SEO Amsterdam Economics, the Nicolaas Witsen Foundation, the University of Exeter and University of Bremen and did consultancies for the IOM, OSCE, and World Bank and provided evidence to the EU Council, the Council of Europe, the British parliament, the Turkish Directorate General for Migration Management and many others. He has published 10 books and over 50 peer-reviewed articles.
  • Location: MPI-MMG, Hermann-Föge-Weg 11, Göttingen
  • Room: Library Hall
Workshop at Meertens Institute, Amsterdam [more]

"Conditional Belonging"

Public Lectures Winter 2019/20
  • Date: Nov 13, 2019
  • Time: 02:00 PM - 04:00 PM (Local Time Germany)
  • Speaker: Tamar de Waal (University of Amsterdam)
  • TAMAR DE WAAL is Assistant Professor at Amsterdam Law School (University of Amsterdam). In 2017 she defended her disser-tation Conditional Belonging on the proliferation of integration re-quirements in EU Member States, for which she received the VWR-dissertation prize for best disser-tation in legal philosophy in the Netherlands. It examines the rela-tionship between the proclaimed commitment of Member States states to the core liberal-demo-cratic values of the EU and their actual integration laws and prac-tices. During her visit at MPI she will be revising her dissertation for publication as a monograph at Hart Publishing.
  • Location: MPI-MMG, Hermann-Föge-Weg 11, Göttingen
  • Room: Library Hall
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