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BGHS Summer Party

Veröffentlicht am 10. Juli 2018


The lecture period comes to an end. As usual, the BGHS invites all its members and friends to the Summer Party: On Tuesday, 17 July. The event starts at 6 pm in the BGHS seminar room X-B2-103 with the tributes to the BGHS member who got their PhD recently.

For the socializing part afterwardsm the drinks are organized by the BGHS. If everybody who comes around adds something to the buffet, the food supply is guaranteed as well.

We look forward to meet you!

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Announcement: Bielefeld / Notre Dame Workshop Exchange

Veröffentlicht am 16. Mai 2018

 

From 19 - 24 May 2018, the PhD Student Workshop Exchange Notre Dame / Bielefeld takes place in Bielefeld. In frame of this workshop, doctoral researcher from the Notre Dame University, Baltimore, USA, and doctoral researcher from the BGHS present their projects. The aim of the workshop is to foster an intensive exchange between the PhD students and scholars of both institutions.

On sunday and tuesday the doctoral researcher will deal in seven sessions with about 15 projects and research topics. Every topic will be introduced by the young scientists who wants to or does already work on his PhD about it. Afterwards the topic will be discussed, while the discussion is hosted by other doctoral researchers who are familiar with the field as well.

An overview about the topics which are discussed, and when, is available with the whole programme here:
Programme International PhD Student Workshop Exchange

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Report: The Research Fellows Colloquium

Veröffentlicht am 2. Mai 2018

Visiting Fellow Rodrigo Mota presents his doctoral research project.
Foto: Thomas Abel

On 24 April, the Research Fellows, who are guests at the BGHS during the summer semester, introduced themself and their projects during the event Meet the Fellows. This year there are three guests: Visiting Fellows, Rodrigo Mota and Anastasia Zaplatina, and one Researcher in Residence, Gabriel Ferreira da Fonseca.

 

The sociologist Rodrigo Mota comes from Brazil and researches at the Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife (Brazil). His topic is „Individualisms and Individuations: Georg Simmel and the Sciology of the Individual“.

With Georg Simmel’s concept of the individuum as a start, combined with other ideas and own conceptions of the term “individuum” and its different meaning in different societies, one of the goals of Rodrigo Mota’s work is to examine how the concept of individualism plays a role in the perception the Global North as about the South.

In Bielefeld, Rodrigo Mota will use the time to get familiar with the systems theory approach to the concept of individuum.

Visiting Fellow Anastasia Zaplatina describes, how she researches the meaning of veneral diseases for the Red Army.
Foto: Thomas Abel

Anastasia Zaplatina is a Russian historian from the National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moskau). Her topic is „Venereal Diseases in the Red Army in 1941-45: Gender and Epidemiological Aspects“.

According to Zaplatina, there was little research before about the effect of veneral diseases in the Red Army. She developed the idea that her topic is worth researching after reading the historian Franz Seidler. According to him, more people died in the Second World War due to diseases than to direct war effects. One of her main approaches is he question, how the war changed concept of masculinity in Russia.

Anastasia Zaplatina wants to use her stay in Germany to study the research about the Wehrmacht and look for a comparative approach for her own work.

Gabriel Ferreira da Fonseca about his research concering the House Financing program of Brazil.Foto: Thomas Abel

Gabriel Ferreira da Fonseca, sociologist from the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, deals with a problem between sociology and law. He uses an approach from the systems theory, to examine the tensions between the system of law and the system of economy, which occur in the Brazilian House Financing program.

His ambitions are, putted simply, “to help the people having houses”. He wants to commit his time in Bielefeld to the purpose to go deeper into systems theory discussions.

The Fellows will be guests at the BGHS for three months.

Further information about the current Visiting Fellows, the Visiting Fellows who joint us since the start of the program in 2009 and information about the Visiting Fellow program in general:
www.uni-bielefeld.de/%28en%29/bghs/Personen/Fellows/visiting_fellows.html.

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BGHS member involved in a publication about the Externsteine

Veröffentlicht am 14. März 2018

On of the editors and BGHS member: Stefanie Haupt Bild: BGHS

The book presents new scientific research on the Externsteine and gives a critical insight into ideological interpretations, that have been generated by the Völkisch movement since the early 20th century.

Two members of the BGHS and one alumnus contributed to the book: the historians Stefanie Haupt, Julia Schafmeister and Karsten Wilke wrote articles on central Völkisch protagonists and on the significance of the Externsteine for right-wing extremism.


Cover of the book: Die Externsteine

Presentation of the book on 15 March in Detmold

The book will be presented in a ceremonial address on Thursday, 13 March 2018, at 7:30 p.m. at Lippisches Landesmuseum in Detmold. Among other speakers, co-editor Stefanie Haupt will present the concept of the book, as well as the concept of the conference which gave the fundament for it.

More information about the book “„Die Externsteine - Zwischen wissenschaftlicher Forschung und völkischer Deutung “ (in German):
www.historische-kommission.lwl.org/de/publikationen/neue-folge/nf-31

More information about the event on Thursday:
http://lippisches-landesmuseum.de/terminkalender/#termin-maerz-7

The involved BGHS member:
Stefanie Haupt
Julia Schafmeister
Karsten Wilke

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Lecture: Nazis behind barbed wire

Veröffentlicht am 10. Januar 2018

BGHS doctoral researcher Kerstin Schulte at the VHS Bielefeld. Bild: Thomas Abel

On 19 December 2017, in the last public lecture of the series Linie 4, organized by the BGHS in cooperation with the Volkshochschule Bielefeld, the historian Kerstin Schulte talked in a fully occupied hall about Camp stories from the Senne: Nazis behind barbed wire. The doctoral researcher talked about the two allied camps Staumühle and Stukenbrock where civil functionaries of the national socialis regime were detained waiting for either their trial or their release.

In her talk, Kerstin Schulte gave a detailed insight into the camp life. She managed that by not only showing allied instructional videos concerning the arrest, but also discussed the perception of the camps by the imprisoned people themselves. To do this, she talked in detail about the artistic processing of the experiences of internment in the form of, for example, autobiographies and caricatures.

The audience for the lecture “Nazis behind barbed wire” Bild: Thomas Abel

The lively discussion afterwards involved topics ranging from the supply situation of the internees to women in the camps.

From camp experience to politics of history in the early Federal Republic

In her doctoral theses, the historian compares internment camps in the British and the U.S.-american occupation zone. Especially the internees themselves and their experiences are the focus of her interest. Schulte’s hypotheses is that these experiences had a formative influence on the narratives which later would play a leading role in the politics of history in the early Federal Republic.

With Who Cares? Linie 4 continues in 2018

On 16 January, Cleovi Mosuela will continue the public lecture series with her talk titled Who Cares? Filipino Nurses in Germany. The talk will be held in English.

For further information to the open lecture series and the programme please see:
uni.aktuell (in German)
Interview with Theresa Hornischer at campus radio station Hertz 87.9(in German)
Interview with Marcus Carrier at campus radio station Hertz 87.9 (in German)
#Campusminute with Theresa Hornischer (in German)
www.uni-bielefeld.de/bghs/Public_Science/Linie_4/
www.vhs-bielefeld.de

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Visiting Fellowships ended

Veröffentlicht am 13. September 2017

Mariana Bodnaruk and Andrew Mitchell. Photo: Thomas Abel

The BGHS has bid farewell to its 2017 Visiting Fellows Mariana Bodnaruk (Ukraine) and Andrew Mitchell (UK).

During their stay at the BGHS the two doctoral researchers of the Central European University (Hungary) and the Kumamoto University (Japan) worked intensively on their dissertations, discussed their research within the colloquium “Meet the Fellows” and got in contact with the BGHS community.

In addition, Andrew Mitchell organized a come together between his supervisor from Kumamoto University and the BGHS members.

We wish Mariana Bodnaruk and Andrew Mitchell a successful future!

For more information about the recent Visiting Fellows, please find: http://www.uni-bielefeld.de/(en)/bghs/Personen/Fellows/visiting_fellows.html

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Start-up program 2017 ended

Veröffentlicht am 13. September 2017


The start-ups (from left to the right:) Maria Borba Dantas (Brasilien), Daniele Toro (Italien),  Hafdis Hafsteinsdottir (Island), Jovana Vukcevic (Montenegro), Daorotiana Rokotondratandra (Madagaskar), und Kim Anh Dang (Vietnam). Foto: Thomas Abel

With the end of the summer semester, the current start-up scholars have said goodbye to Bielefeld. For four months the six MA graduates were guests at the BGHS to work on a convincing doctorate exposé.

Maria Borba Dantas (Brazil), Kim Anh Dang (Vietnam), Hafdis Hafsteinsdottir (Iceland), Daorotiana Rokotondratandra (Madagascar), Daniele Toro (Italy) and Jovana Vukcevic (Montenegro) used their time as well, to join seminars at the BGHS, get to know other doctoral researcher and scientists with a similar research focus and to present their dissertation projects during the colloquium Meet the Start-Ups.

While Daniele Toro and Kim Anh Dang chose to take part at the doctoral program at the BGHS, Jovana Vukcevic gained a Marie-Curie-Fellowship, to which we congratulate cordially.

We wish all our start-up scholars good fortune and a successful future.

More information about this and the previous start-up-programs, you can find here: http://www.uni-bielefeld.de/(en)/bghs/Personen/Fellows/startup_fellows.html

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Discussion with BGHS Alumni

Veröffentlicht am 10. Februar 2017


The BGHS-Alumni Andrés Cardona and Rory Tews with Melanie Eulitz (from left to right). Photo by Thomas Abel

 

On 23 January 2017 the second event within the BGHS series Meet the Alumni took place in the BGHS-Lounge. Two BGHS alumni – Andrés Cardona and Rory Tews – shared their experiences with BGHS doctoral researchers and talked about their career paths after having completed their dissertations.


Andrés Cardona and Rory Tews talked about their careers. Photo by Thomas Abel

 

Andrés Cardona has become as a self-employed expert for networking in Berlin. His professional work is strongly linked with his dissertation Social Closure in Markets, Families and Networks, in which he focused on network analysis. His company helps consultants and organizations with different tools of network analysis to understand and manage the complexity of social relationships in communities, organizations and markets. One of his clients is the start-up company Roots of Impact, whose goal is to make impact investing and development financing more effective.

Roots of Impact joins the two alumni: Rory Tews is working as a programme manager for the company and is responsible for advising social enterprises. So his expertise is also directly connected with his dissertation project about Social entrepreneurship in Germany.

Career bridges

During the discussion, both guests talked about their working days between office work and traveling. They pointed out that while working on their dissertations, both of them have already thought about later work activities and planned first steps for their careers. Rory Tews highlighted, that the career brigde programme of the BGHS had been very helpful for him to start his career at Roots of Impact.

The series Meet the Alumni will be continued in summer term 2017. Further information on the more than 100 alumni of the BGHS can be found on the BGHS website: www.uni-bielefeld.de/bghs/Personen/Alumni/

Further information

The guests of the event Meet the Alumni and the titles of their dissertation projects:
  • Andrés Cardona: Social Closure in Markets, Families, and Networks. Explaining the emergence of Intergroup Inequality as a Result of Exclusionary Action across Contexts (Alumni-Profile)

  • Rory Tews: Social entrepreneurship in Germany: A Bourdieuan Perspective (Alumni-Profile)

 

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Exhibition Opening

Veröffentlicht am 1. Februar 2017

All members of the BGHS and all people who are interested are cordially invited to the exhbition opening of the second Art&Science-Project Visualising Research - by the BGHS in cooperation with the Design Department at Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences.

Date: 8 February 2017, 3pm, BGHS (X-B2)

The goal of the Art&Science project is to bring science and art into a transdisciplinary dialogue in order to open up new avenues for science communication.

For further information, please see: www.uni-bielefeld.de/bghs/Public_Science/Art_Science/

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Six doctoral positions

Veröffentlicht am 20. Oktober 2016

We are pleased to announce six doctoral positions (65%, TV-L E13)  starting 1.April 2017. please find more information here

http://www.uni-bielefeld.de/(en)/bghs/Ausschreibungen/promotionsstellen.html

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Guest commentary ZEIT CHANCEN Brief

Veröffentlicht am 2. Mai 2016

In the current issue of ZEIT CHANCEN Brief (2 May 2016) a guest commentary by the BGHS Executive Manager Dr. Sabine Schäfer has been published.

 


For further information and the guest commentary, please see: ZEIT CHANCEN Brief, 2. Mai 2016 (in German).

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Meet the Fellows

Veröffentlicht am 25. April 2016

 

On Wednesday (27 April) the Visiting Fellows will introduce their doctoral projects to the BGHS community.
Everyone interested is warmly invited to the colloquium Meet the Fellows in the BGHS seminar room (X-B2-103). We will start at 14:15 and would be pleased to see you there.

For further information and the schedule please see the attachment: http://www.uni-bielefeld.de/bghs/meetthefellows2016.pdf

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BGHS Plenary Meeting & Winter Party

Veröffentlicht am 9. Dezember 2015

On the occasion of the end of the year we invite all members of the BGHS cordially to the BGHS Plenary Meeting on Wednesday, 16 December 2015 (at 5 pm, X-B2-103) and to the BGHS Winter Party (X-B2-103/109) including the ceremonial farewell of our alumni.
We would be glad to see many of you!

For further information, please see: www.uni-bielefeld.de/bghs/winter_party_2015.pdf

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Annual Seminar 2015: Opening Event

Veröffentlicht am 29. Juni 2015

 Today the 7th Annual Seminar of the BGHS starts at the ZiF of Bielefeld University with two keynotes by Tobias Werron (Bonn) and William Sewell (Chicago).

Tobias Werron (Bonn): Simultaneity as a Historical-Sociological Problem

 

William Sewell (Chicago): The Temporalities of Social Life: Thoughts for the Anthropocene


For more information and the conference programme see: http://www.uni-bielefeld.de/bghs/Programm/Ansem/2015.html

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