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Guest Lecturers & Guest Researchers

International Guest Lecturers and Guest Researchers enhance the quality of the BGHS programme. Doctoral researchers and their lecturers make suggestions for eventual invitations to guest lecturers. The additional events, seminars and workshops, offered by the guests lecturers complete the already rich variety of the BGHS's events.


Summer Term 2016

David Armitage (Harvard University, Cambridge)
Block seminar: "Civil Wars: A History in Ideas"
Contact: armitage@fas.harvard.edu
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Mike Sauder (The State University of Iowa)
Block seminar: "Quantification, Organizations, and Inequality"
Contact: michael-sauder@uiowa.edu
Homepage


Summer Term 2015

Daniel McFarland (Stanford University, California)
Block seminar: "Classroom Interaction and Interdisciplinarity in Academe"
Contact: mcfarland@stanford.edu
Homepage


Winter Term 2014/15

Kalle Pihlainen (Universität Turku, Finnland)
Block seminar: "Limiting Textuality"
Contact: kalle.pihlainen@abo.fi
Homepage


Summer Term 2014

Geoff Eley (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
Block seminar: "From Social History to Cultural History - and beyond?"
Contact: ghe@umich.edu
Homepage
John Levi Martin (University of Chicago)
Block seminar: "Political Structures and the Modern State"
Contact: jlmartin@uchicago.edu
Homepage


Summer Term 2013

Karin Knorr Cetina (University of Chicago)
Block seminar: "Maverick Markets: Sociology, Culture, Knowledge"
Opening Lecture - Workshop "Researching Architecture and Society" 06.06.2013
Contact: knorr@uchicago.edu
Homepage


Winter Term 2012/13

Jonathan Morris (Hertfordshire)
Block seminar: "On the history of consumption" (12.-14.12.2012)
Lecture: "The Cappuccino Conquests: The Transnational History of Italian Espresso" (14.12.2012)


Summer Term 2012

Julia Moses (Sheffield)
Block seminar: "Genealogies of the Welfare State in Modern European History" (26.06.-10.07.2012)

Alan Lessoff (Illinois State University)
Seminar: "The Industrializing United States, 1870-1920, in American and Transnational Context"


Winter Term 2011/12

Donald Tomaskovic-Devey (Amherst)
Block seminar: "Short Course on Organizational Inequality" (09.-13.01.2012)

Alexandru Preda (Edinburgh)
Block seminar: "Action, Strategy and Markets" (17.-21.10.2011)


Summer Term 2011

Ewa Morawska (Essex)
Block seminar: "The Global, the Glocal, the Local, and the Mixed: Investigating the Mulitfarious Faces of the Contemporary World "(27.06.-01.07.2011)


Winter Term 2010/11

Peter Becker (Linz)
Block seminar: "On the Materiality of the State and the Agency of Tools. Inspirations from science and cultural studies for a fresh look at state, politics, and public administration" (24.-26.11.2010)

Hanno Pahl (Zürich) and Lars Meyer (Bremen)
Theory class: "Funktionale Differenzierung und Kapitalismustheorie" (17./18.12.2010 and 21./22.01.2011)

Reiner Keller (Koblenz-Landau)
Methods and Theory Class: "Entwicklungen der Diskursforschung: Das Programm der Wissenssoziologischen Diskursanalyse" (25.-29.01.2011)


Summer Term 2010

Andrew Abbott (Chicago)
Block seminar: "The Social Process" (15.-18.06.2010)
Lecture: "On Writing The Social Process"

Peggy Levitt (Cambridge)
Block seminar: "Culture in Motion: Optics, Methods, and Impacts" (10.-12.06.2010)

Yuval Millo (London)
Block seminar: "Networked Organizations: Regulation, Social Networks and Systemic Risks" (23.-27.07.2010)


Winter Term 2009/10

Lars Meyer (Bremen) and Hanno Pahl (Zürich)
Block seminar: "Kapitalismustheorie: Klassische und zeitgenössische Positionen" (11./12.12.2008 sowie 15./16.01.2009)

Ulrich Oevermann (Frankfurt a.M.)
Niklas-Luhmann-guest professorship
(December 2009 ? February 2010)


Summer Term 2009

Gorm Harste (Aarhus)
Individuelles Tutoring, Vortag zum Thema "Die strukturelle Kopplung zwischen Politik und Krieg: eine unwahrscheinliche Kommunikation" (05.05.2009)

Peter Kivisto (Augustana College, Rock Island)
Block seminar: "Major Themes in Social Theory"(27.-31.07.2009)

Andreas Reckwitz (Frankfurt (Oder))
Block seminar: "Kultur und Materialität" (9./10. sowie 15./16.07.2009)

Dmitri Zakharine (Konstanz)
Block seminar: "Soziologische und historische Zugänge zur Analyse von Interaktionen in Alltag, Wirtschaft und Politik" (08./09.05 sowie 29./30.05.2009)


Winter Term 2008/09

Maria Dettenhofer (München)
Block seminar: "Europäische und Chinesische Antike im Vergleich. Politische und gesellschaftliche Strukturen im Römischen Reich und im China der Han-Dynastie" (14./15.11.2008 sowie 23./24.01.2009)

Alois Hahn (Trier)
Aufenthalt als Niklas-Luhmann-Gastprofessor an der Graduiertenschule
(November 2008 bis Februar 2009)

Mareike Menne (Stuttgart)
Block seminar: "Das Konzept "Kulturtransfer" und seine Funktion in der historischen Forschung" (12./13.12.2008 sowie 16./17.01.2009)

Lars Meyer (Bremen) und Hanno Pahl (Zürich)
Block seminar: "Geschichte und Aktualität der Kritischen Theorie" (18./19.12.2008 sowie 08./09.01.2009)

Dmitri Zakharine (Konstanz)
Block seminar: "Mit gutem Benehmen zum Erfolg - Soziologische und historische Zugänge zur Analyse von Face-to-Face Begegnungen im Alltag, in der Wirtschaft und Politik" (02.-07.02.2009)
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