Poster session with BGHS shortcuts
The poster session with the BGHS Shortcuts. Photos by Thomas Abel
Interesting research projects from very different scientific fields, approached by young, female scientists: At Meet the Shortcuts the participants of this year's programme presented and discussed very different fields of research in history and sociology: From street art, to family enterprises, from the interrelation of surreal and commercial photography in France during the interwar period to social networks for foreign students in Germany.
With their posters the young researchers discussed their research ideas, which are meant to become dissertation projects.
Marianne Hösl’s concern are clients of the probationary services in Bavaria in the context of social inequality
Beatrice Adams explains the connection between surrealistic and commercial photography in Paris during the interwar period and models of femininity.
Janina Jäckel shows her poster about gender inequalities and the meaning of social networks for foreign students in Germany.
Charlie Kaufhold describes, how she plans to illuminate the reporting about the NSU-process in her doctoral project.
Mia-Alina Schauf wants to dedicate her doctoral project to family enterprises and their ability of innovating.
Tabea Schroer presents her poster about the topic: „New, old inequalities? Boundaries among students of Grandes Écoles in times of internationalization”
Susann Pham Thi’s planned research project is about “Vietnam Between Activism and Oppression: Analysing and Developing (New) Forms of Protest in a Post-Socialist Context”.
Mira Claire Zadrozny presents her topic "The Territory of Images. Practices of Appropriation in Street Art"
For further information, please see: www.uni-bielefeld.de/(en)/bghs/Personen/Fellows/shortcuts.html