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Presentation with BGHS Start-ups

Veröffentlicht am 30. Mai 2017, 17:31 Uhr

On Wednesday 24 May 2017 the colloquium Meet the Start-ups took place at the BGHS.

 


Dr. Verena Molitor welcomes all participants in the BGHS seminar room. Photo by Thomas Abel/BGHS

This year’s Start-up scholars from Brazil, Iceland, Italy, Madagascar, Montenegro and Vietnam introduced themselves and their planned research projects with short poster presentations to very different topics among them: politics of the sporting body in Northern Europe from the 1950s until today, transnational radical nationalist networks between Germany and Italy in the inter war period (1918–1933), self-governance and career of Vietnamese workers and career paths of women in Madagascar.

Maria Borba presents her planned project »Stratification, social inequalities and world society: the argument for a peripheral constitutionalism«. Photo by Thomas Abel/BGHS

 


Hafdis Hafsteinsdottir presents her planned project »The Politics of the Sporting Body. Recreational Sport in Northern Europe 1950-2000«. Photo by Thomas Abel/BGHS

 


Daniele Toro presents his planned project »Transnational Radical Nationalist Networks between Germany and Italy 1918 – 1933: An Entangled History of ›Fascistisation‹«.  Photo by Thomas Abel/BGHS

 


Daorotiana Rakotondratandra presents his planned project »Social representations, family involvement and servicewomen‘s career paths in Madagascar«. Photo by Thomas Abel/BGHS

 


Jovana Vukcevic presents her planned project »The price of memory: Commodifying legacies of unwanted heritage in the Balkans«. Photo by Thomas Abel/BGHS

 


Kim Anh Dang presents her planned project »Self-governance through the concept of career in Vietnamese workers«.
Photo by Thomas Abel/BGHS

The poster presentation session was followed by an informal get-together with the doctoral researchers of the BGHS. All participants had the chance to walk around in the poster exhibition, ask further questions, discuss the planned projects and get in contact.

BGHS Start-ups 2017 and their planned dissertation projects

  • Maria Borba Dantas, Brasilien (Sociology): Stratification, social inequalities and world society: the argument for a peripheral constitutionalism

  • Hafdis Hafsteinsdottir, Island (History): The Politics of the Sporting Body. Recreational Sport in Northern Europe 1950–2000

  • Daniele Toro, Italien (History): Transnational Radical Nationalist Networks between Germany and Italy 1918 – 1933: An Entangled History of ‘Fascistisation’

  • Daorotiana Rakotondratandra, Madagaskar (Sociology): Social representations, family involvement and servicewomen‘s career paths in Madagascar

  • Jovana Vukcevic, Montenegro (Sociology): The price of memory: Commodifying legacies of unwanted heritage in the Balkans

  • Kim Anh Dang, Vietnam (Sociology): Self-governance through the concept of career in Vietnamese workers

About the Start-up Scholars and the programme

The Start-up scholars are MA graduates who are planning a doctorate. They spend four month at the BGHS to work on exposés of their dissertation projects. This year’s Start-ups will stay at the BGHS until the end of July. For further information about the Start-up scholars, the Start-up Programme, about the application process and scholars since 2013, please see:

www.uni-bielefeld.de/bghs/Personen/Fellows/startup_fellows.html
www.uni-bielefeld.de/bghs/Ausschreibungen/startup_scholarships.html

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