Meet the Shortcuts 2016
Lively discussions at Meet the Shortcuts 2016 Photo by Thomas Abel
On Wednesday, 30 November 2016, this year’s Shortcuts-Scholars displayed their projects. The nine participants of the Shortcuts-Programme presented posters of their research projects from the disciplines of history, political science and sociology.
Between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. the posters were exhibited at the BGHS seminar room (X-B2-103). Professors, doctoral researchers and others took the opportunity to enter into a dialogue with the Shortcuts-Scholars about their future dissertation projects. The event offered a platform for the exchange of ideas in diverse topics of history, political science and sociology.
The Shortcuts-Programme qualifies young women researchers to prepare for their doctoral studies in a four-month programme.
The Research Projects of the Shortcut-Scholars 2016
- Indra Bock (Sociology): Studies at the borders of the social world. A multimodal analysis of the communicative practices between humans and dogs.
- Stefanie Haupt (History): A historical approach to the völkisch origins of Archaeoastronomy in Germany.
- Sandra Holtgreve (Sociology): Student´s perceptions of global learning from Germany and Ecuador. A possibility for dialogue between North and South in the secondary education?
- Rebecca Knecht (Sociology/Gender Studies): The construction of belonging through communications on sexuality and relationships in housing projects for minor refugees.
- Sahra Rausch (Political Science): Emotions and their Role in the Constitution of Collective Identities in Postcolonial Remembrance Politics of Germany and France.
- Anastasia Remes (History): Representations of European History and Identity at World Expos: European Pavilions by the EU Institutions.
- Anne Stöcker (Sociology): Subjective Perception of Prenatal Diagnostic Testing.
- Marion Stopfinger (Sociology): Rape in the Bosnian War - Strategy or "Forward Panic"?
- Theres Waldbauer (Sociology/Education Sciences): School as a place of socialization and interaction - Tablet schools a place of (social) interaction?
For further information about the Shortcuts-Programme, this year’s participants and their projects please see: www.uni-bielefeld.de/(en)/bghs/Personen/Fellows/shortcuts