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Welcome Day Summer Term 2019

Veröffentlicht am 11. April 2019

On Wednesday, 10 April the BGHS Welcome Day in summer term 2019 took place. Ursula Mense-Petermann, Director of the BGHS, welcomed the new colleagues. Following this Sabine Schäfer (Executive Management of the BGHS) and Bettina Brandt (Scientific Management of the Department of History) informed the new doctoral researcher about the BGHS, the Faculty of Sociology and the Department of History. After that the doctoral representatives and Ulf Ortmann, coordinator of the project "Non-university careers for scholars in humanities and social sciences", introduced themselves. At the following coffee break in the BGHS-Lounge the doctoral researchers and guests had the chance to get to know each other better.

Above: Executive Manager of the BGHS Sabine Schäfer; Left: Director of the BGHS Ursula Mense-Petermann; Right: Scientific Management of the Department of History Bettina Brandt

The new doctoral researchers at the BGHS

18 new colleagues are starting their dissertaion projects this winter term: Six Historians (5 female, 1 male) and twelve Sociologists (6 female, 6 male).

The new doctoral researchers at the BGHS

18 new colleagues are starting their dissertaion projects this winter term: Six Historians (5 female, 1 male) and twelve Sociologists (6 female, 6 male).

The new doctoral researchers and their projects:

  • Paulina Sophie Gennermann (History): The invisible Industry of Flavours and Fragrances between Innovation and Regulation
  • Anna Grotegut (History):Taxation of urban real estate. Valuation and Comparative Practices in Germany and Great Britain 1870-1950
  • Olga Olkheft (History): Re-conception of Russian Avant-Garde art in the context of Cultural Cold War (1960s - 1980s)
  • Helene Schlicht (History): „California Dreamin'“. Counterculture, Cyberculture and the Role of Regional Networks in the Digital Age
  • Filip Vukusa (History): (Re)Constructing Urban Medieval Social Networks: A Comparative Study of 14th Century Populations of Zadar and Rab
  • Anastasia Zaplatina (History): Venereal Diseases in the Red Army: moral standards, sexuality and gender order during 1941-1945
  • Oluwasinmisade Akin-Aina (Sociology): Claiming ‘gray space’, re-framing rights: Citizenship, Securitization and Urban Refugees in Nairobi
  • Lisa Bonfert (Sociology): Social positions and social change in transnational South-North migration
  • Priska Cimbal (Sociology): Transformation of action spaces
  • Daniel Cuty Ninahualpa (Sociology): A Gap in the Andes
  • Alice Farneti (Sociology): Punitive approaches versus survivor-centered approaches to sexual violence in higher education: an ethnography of the Quebecer movement against sexual assault on campus
  • Ivan Logunov (Sociology): The Challenging Break with Conversational Conventions - A Study on Flirting
  • Aziz Mensah (Sociology):Work-life balance, health and gender disparities among working adults in western Europe and the US
  • Aristeidis Myriskos (Sociology):From inclusice to equal european public spheres bringing the theories of Feminism and Agonistic Pluralism back in
  • Atefeh Ramsari (Sociology): Comparative study of experiencing citizenship regimes of Syria and Iraq by Kurdish ethnic people
  • Abdul Rauf (Sociology): Boundary (un)making by youth refugees in urban spaces
  • Miriam Kathleen Schütte (Sociology): The influence of international organisations on child-related policies in Romania
  • Matthias Weber (Sociology): Police and authority. A sociological study on police knowledge of authority
For further information about the research projects of the new doctoral researcher and an overview about all doctoral researchers at the BGHS and their projects, please see:
http://www.uni-bielefeld.de/(en)/bghs/Personen/Promovierende/
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