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MPI-MMG in Dialogue
“Can advocacy organisations be intersectional?”
Die dritte Veranstaltung in der Reihe “MPI-MMG in Dialogue”, in der eingeladene Gäste und Wissenschaftler*innen des Instituts über neue Forschungsergebnisse und Ideen diskutieren, findet  am 13. Juli statt.
Haben Sie die letzte Veranstaltung verpasst? Sehen Sie das Video hier.

„Können Organisationen Vielfalt?“
Der Film zu den ZOMiDi-Ergebnissen (11 Minuten). Das Projekt untersucht, wie und wodurch zivilgesellschaftliche Organisationen sich in Ausein­andersetzung mit Migration und gesellschaftlicher Vielfalt verändern.

Der Autor über sein neues Buch
INEWS.CO.UK
„Ich habe mein Londoner Wohngebiet untersucht, um herauszufinden, wie die Menschen zusammenleben und Spannungen im Zusammenhang mit der Einwanderung überwinden können.“
Der Niedergang von Hauptstraßen, Parks und Gemeindezentren - also von öffentlichen Räumen, in denen sich Menschen mit unterschiedlichem Hintergrund treffen können - ist oft der größte Faktor, fand der Anthropologe und Autor Farhan Samanani nach einer Untersuchung des Lebens in Kilburn heraus.

Collaboration and Authorial Diversity in Film
Symposium 2022 | 28.-30. Mai
gefördert durch die Fritz-Thyssen Stiftung
Das Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung multireligiöser und multiethnischer Gesellschaften hat in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Institut für Kulturanthropologie/ Europäische Ethnologie der Universität Göttingen und dem GIEFF e.V. diese Konferenz organisiert.
What do Germans think about diversity (in German)
Im Podcast „Ach, Mensch!“ sprach detektor.fm-Moderatorin Lara-Lena Gödde mit Karen Schönwälder über Diversität. Karen Schönwälder untersucht, wie weit die Akzeptanz in der Gesellschaft wirklich geht und rückt so ein schiefes Bild gerade.
„Ach, Mensch!“ ist eine Kooperation mit der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft.

Veranstaltungen

Künftige Veranstaltungen

MPI-MMG in Dialogue "Can advocacy organisations be intersectional?"

Conference
13.07.2022 14:30 - 16:00
MPI-MMG, Goettingen, Raum: Hybrid event: Livestream/ Live, Hermann Föge Weg 11

MPI-MMG @ Conferences

Peter van der Veer and Tam Ngo at the International Conference "Actions for the Missing. Scientific and Vernacular Forms of War Dead Accounting"

NIOD Instituut
08.06.2022 09:00 - 09.06.2022 11:00
Huizinga-en Rembrandtzaal, Het Trippenhuis, Klovenierburgwal 29, 1011 JV Amsterdam

Neueste MMG-Publikationen | Monografien und Sammelbände


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https://www.bloomsburycollections.com/book/refugees-and-religion-ethnographic-studies-of-global-trajectories/
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Working Papers


WP 21-01
Kasey Zapatka (The Graduate Center, City University of New York):
Superdiversity in Metropolitan New York - Technical Report
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WP 21-02
Lucas Drouhot (Utrecht University · The Netherlands), Sören Petermann (Ruhr Universität Bochum), Karen Schönwälder (MPI-MMG), and Steven Vertovec (MPI-MMG):
The “Diversity Assent” (DivA) Survey – Technical Report
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WP 21-03
Jeremy F. Walton (MPI-MMG):
Post-Empire: A Prolegomenon to the Study of Post-Imperial Legacies and Memories
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WP 21-04
Steven Vertovec (MPI-MMG):
Superdiversity and Social Complexity
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Zeitschriftenausgaben

Dorman, B., & Korom, F.J. (eds). (2021). South Asian Nationalisms [Special Issue]. Asian Ethnology, 80(1). Link

Goossaert, V., & van der Veer, P. (Eds.). (2021). Réguler les pluralités religieuses: Mondes indiens et chinois comparés [Special Issue]. Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions, 193 Link

Zeitschriftenartikel

Yamamura, S. (2022). From global city makers to global city-shapers: Migration industries in the global city networks. Urban Studies. Link

Yamamura, S., & Lassalle, P. (2022). Extending mixed embeddedness to a multi-dimensional concept of transnational entrepreneurship. Comparative Migration Studies, 10: 14 (2022). Link

Yamamura, S. (2022). The multi-scalar embeddedness of support policies for migrant entrepreneurship in Japan. International Migration
Link

Emmerich, A. (2022). Negotiating Germany’s first Muslim–Christian kindergarten: Temporalities, multiplicities, and processes in interreligious dialogue. Social CompassLink

Samanani, F. (2022). Convivality and its others: for a plural politics of living with difference. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. Link

Careja, R., & Harris, E. (2022). Thirty years of welfare chauvinism research: Findings and challenges. Journal of European Social Policy,  Link

Baykara-Krumme, H., & Rau, V. (2022). Herausforderung Vielfalt? Migrantische Repräsentation und Teilhabe in einer zivilgesellschaftlichen Organisation für Menschen mit Behinderung. Teilhabe: die Fachzeitschrift der Lebenshilfe, 61(1), 4-12. Link

Amrith, M. (2022). The temporal borders of transnational belonging: Aging migrant domestic workers in Singapore. American Behavioral Scientist. Link

Samanani, F. (2022). Tracing convivality: Identifying questions, tensions and tools in the study of living with difference. Journal of Intercultural Studies. Link

Samanani, F. (2022). The long road: Hope, violence, and ethical register in London street culture. American ethnologist: a journal of the American Ethnological Society. Link

Middleton, J., & Samanani, F. (2022). Whose city? Which sociality? Urban Geography, Ahead-of-print. Link

Amrith, M., & Coe, C. (2022). Disposable kin: Shifting registers of belonging in global care economies. American Anthropologist. Link

Punathil, S. (2022). Precarious citizenship: detection, detention and ‘deportability’ in India. Citizenship Studies, Ahead-of-print. Link

Ozgen, Z., & Koenig, M. (2021). When global scripts do not resonate: International minority rights and local repertoires of diversity in southern Turkey. Qualitative Sociology, 2021. Link

Emmerich, A. (2021). Language change and persistence within Turkish mosques in Germany: Transnational ties and domestic demands. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. Link

Ma, Z. (2021). Uncertainty, risk, and merit-making. Tea economy and religious practices in a Southern Yunnan Bulang Community. Social Analysis, 65(3), 88-109. Link

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Beiträge in Sammelbänden

van der Veer, P. (2022). Afterword: Reflections on nationalism. In I. Ahmad, & J. Kang (Eds.), The Nation Form in the Global Age: Ethnographic Perspectives (pp. 349-359). Cham: Springer International Publishing. Link

Yu, J. (2022). Socialization of language and morality at Chinese Christian Church of Berlin. In I. Ahmad, & J. Kang (Eds.), The Nation Form in the Global Age: Ethnographic Perspectives (pp. 329-348). Cham: Springer International Publishing. Link

Kang, J. (2022). Nationalism and chinese protestant christianity: From anti-imperialism to islamophobia. In I. Ahmad, & J. Kang (Eds.), The Nation Form in the Global Age: Ethnographic Perspectives (pp. 175-202). Cham: Springer International Publishing. Link

Ahmad, I., & van der Veer, P. (2022). Muslim bare life in contemporary India. In I. Ahmad, & J. Kang (Eds.), The Nation Form in the Global Age: Ethnographic Perspectives (pp. 127-152). Cham: Springer International Publishing. Link

Ahmad, I. (2022). The oeuvre of Peter van der Veer. In I. Ahmad, & J. Kang (Eds.), The Nation Form in the Global Age: Ethnographic Perspectives (pp. 45-71). Cham: Springer International Publishing. Link

Ahmad, I., & Kang, J. (2022). Introduction: Imagining alternatives to globalization of the nation form. In I. Ahmad, & J. Kang (Eds.), The Nation Form in the Global Age: Ethnographic Perspectives (pp. 3-44). Cham: Springer International Publishing. Link

Koenig, M. (2022). Hans Joas‘ Theorie der Sakralisierung und die Revision der Säkularisierungstheorie. In M. Schlette (Ed.), Idealbildung, Sakralisierung, Religion: Beiträge zu Hans Joas' Die Macht des Heiligen (pp. 187-202). Frankfurt am Main: Campus Verlag. Link

Sakti, V. K. (2021). Im/mobile subjects: Identity, conflict and emotion work among East Timorese Meto diaspora. In B. Bräuchler (Ed.), Patterns of im/mobility, conflict and identity. London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. Link

van der Veer, P. (2021). The comparative advantage of cultural anthropology. In M. Adams, & M. Van Hoecke (Eds.), Comparative methods in law, humanities and social sciences (pp. 121-134). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. Link

Seethaler-Wari, S., Chitchian, S., & Momić, M. (2021). Introduction. In S. Seethaler-Wari, S. Chitchian, & M. Momić (Eds.), Inhabiting displacement: Architecture and authorship (pp. 9-23). Basel: Birkhäuser Verlag. Link

Chitchian, S. (2021). Inhabitation: A story of return. In S. Seethaler-Wari, S. Chitchian, & M. Momić (Eds.), Inhabiting displacement: Architecture and authorship (pp. 192-195). Basel: Birkhäuser Verlag. Link

Seethaler-Wari, S. (2021). Inhabiting refugee accommodations: A comparison of two temporarily transformed buildings. In S. Seethaler-Wari, S. Chitchian, & M. Momić (Eds.), Inhabiting displacement: Architecture and authorship (pp. 104-130). Basel: Birkhäuser Verlag. Link

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Alumni-News

Irfan Ahmad | Professor of Anthropology at the Department of Sociology at Ibn Haldun University, Istanbul, Turkey.
Xiaoxuan  Wang | Assistant Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Sakura Yamamura | Associate professor at the RWTH Aachen University

— Ahmad, Irfan & Kang, Jie 2022 (Eds.). The Nation Form in the Global Age. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Link
— Iturriaga, Nicole 2022  Exhuming Violent Histories: Forensics, Memory, and Rewriting Spain’s Past. Columbia University Press. Link
— Simone, AbdouMaliq 2022 The Surrounds--Urban Life within and beyond Capture. Duke University Press. Link

Jeremy F. Walton • ERC Consolidator Grant project "REVENANT--Revivals of Empire: Nostalgia, Amnesia, Tribulation"
Michalis Moutselos • Partner Group (gefördert mit 20.000 Euro). Cooperation between MPIMMG and Department of Social and Political Science, University of Cyprus. Project title: Re-bordering the Southeast Mediterranean in an age of migration.

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Online-Vorträge
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Blogs
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Interviews zu Diversität
Das Institut bietet Interviews an, die Mitarbeiter*innen des Hauses mit international renommierten Wissenschaftler*innen zum Thema "Diversität" geführt haben.

MPI-MMG linked journals

NEW DIVERSITIES
New Diversities is an international, peer reviewed, scholarly and professional journal, published by the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity.

Global Networks
Global Networks publishes high quality, peer-reviewed research on global networks, transnational affairs and practices, and their relation to wider theories of globalization. The journal provides a forum for discussion, debate and the refinement of key ideas in this emerging field.

CityScapes
CityScapes is a 144 page biannual print publication. It is a hybrid of forms, simultaneously invested in scholarly discourse around contemporary urbanism in Africa and the Global South, as much as individual everyday experiences and activities of the multitude of actors that are actively involved in shaping cities across the continent and the rest of the developing world.

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