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Report: Research Retreat 2018

Veröffentlicht am 13. Dezember 2018, 11:31 Uhr


Participants of the Research Retreat 2018 Photo: Sabine Schäfer

Research Retreat 2018

A weekend, secluded from the academic everyday work, to be able to focus on the presentation and discussion of new doctoral projects: That's the Research Retreat . The Research Retreat of 2018 took place from 23 to 24 december in Vlotho near Bielefeld. 13 doctoral researchers took the opportunity to present and discuss their dissertation projects. In addition to the new colleagues, Prof. Dr. Ursula Mense-Petermann and Prof. Dr. Oliver Flügel-Martinsen participated in the presentations and discussions of the projects.

Beyond the presentations, the participants of the research retreat had the opportunity to enter into an interdisciplinary dialogue. One of the doctoral researchers, Malin Sonja Wilckens, highlights the unique atmosphere: “We discussed scientific contents deeply and the exciting frame of different disciplines was therefor very fruitful. I also remember the nice talk inbetween, because it was a pleasure to get to know everyone better.”

The yearly research retreat invites first year BGHS doctoral researchers. Besides the presentation and discussion of their dissertation projects the new BGHS colleagues are also welcomed by their doctoral representatives.

For further information about the Research Retreat please see: Research Retreat
You can find an overview of current programmes here: BGHS Programme

The Dissertation Projects of the Participants

  • Paul Akuetteh Agoe (Soziologie): Transnational Influences on Clothing Practices of Second-Generation Ghanaian Immigrants in North-Rhine Westphalia

  • Kim Dang (Geschichte): Post-socialist Governance at Work:Urban Vietnamese Workers and Their Management

  • Álvaro Augusto Espinoza Rizo(Soziologie): Sacred Spaces in Managua: Approaches from Bourdieu and Lefebvre

  • Haikel Latiff Fansuri (Soziologie): Contested Masculinity in Southeast Asia - Social Media as a Canvas for Belonging

  • Marvin Bürmann (Soziologie): Formale Fehlqualifikationen in Zeiten von Migration und Digitalisierung

  • Jascha Nord(Soziologie): Nationen und Verfassungen: Eine historisch-soziologische Analyse zum Beitrag von Verfassungen bei der Entstehung von Nationalstaaten an den Beispielen USA, Frankreich und Haiti. (1776~1848)

  • Agnes Maria Piekacz(Geschichte): The Colonists‘ Old Clothes. Altkleiderhandel im British Empire, ca. 1850–1910

  • Robert Schmieder (Soziologie): Die sozialen Netzwerke der jüdischen Arbeiterbewegung Englands und ihre transnationalen Verbindungen nach Osteuropa und in die USA. Innere Dynamik und gesellschaftliche Bedingtheit einer sozialen Bewegung

  • Andrea Schwarz (Soziologie): Applying a Latent Class Framework to Explore Panel Attrition Processes in Criminological Studies: An Illustration Based on the Study Crime in the Modern City

  • Rebecca Knecht (Soziologie): Thinking Masculinity. Care Staff’s Ascriptions of Belonging in Working with Minor Refugees.

  • Yannick Schöpper (Soziologie): Erneuerbare Energien-Politik zwischen Kontinuität und Wandel. Die Regulierung der deutschen und britischen Elektrizitätswirtschaft im Vergleich

  • Malin Sonja Wilckens (Geschichte): Das große Köpfemessen – Eine Globalgeschichte der reisenden Schädel

  • Mira Claire Zadrozny (Geschichte):Ruinenbilder.(Neues) Vergleichendes Sehen im Paris der Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts

 

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