Universität Bielefeld

Research Colloquium InterAmerican Studies

"Persons and Nature in Movement - Dynamics of the Inter-American Space of Entanglements"

Summer Semester 2014

Tues. 6-8PM, Room: S0-103

DateSpeakerTitle

15.04.2014

Karl Rössel
(Cologne)
Die Dritte Welt im Zweiten Weltkrieg

Opening Lecture with the Curator
University Library Bielefeld, C1

Wednesday
16.04.2014
6PM-8PM

Rosamund McKitterrick
(Cambridge)
Die Freuden der frühmittelalterlichen Geschichtsschreibung
H 16
22.04.2014 Veronica Schild
(Ontario, Canada)
Thinking Transnationally through a "Situated" Approach: Latin American Feminisms and Anti-Capitalist Commitments
29.04.2014 - Schreibwerkstatt//Writing Workshop InterAmerican Studies
06.05.2014 Patrick J. McNamara
(Minnesota, USA/ Graz, Austria)
Peasant Conflict in Mexico and Central America since the 19th Century
Wednesday
07.05.2014
8PM
Theodor Michael
(Berlin)
Reading Passages from
"Deutsch sein und schwarz dazu"


in Eulenspiegel Bookstore,
Hagenbruchstraße 7, Bielefeld
13.05.2014 Gerd Eisenbürger
(Bonn)
Lateinamerika im Zweiten Weltkrieg - Vom Zufluchtsort für Flüchtlinge aus Nazideutschland zum Migrationsziel für NS-Kriegsverbrecher

University Library Bielefeld, C1
20.05.2014 - No events scheduled
27.05.2014 - No events scheduled
03.06.2014 Paul Reuber
(Münster)
Geopolitical Imaginaries in Political Geography
10.06.2014 Peter Hietz
(Vienna, Austria)
Effects of Global and Local Change on Latin America´s Ecosystems
17.06.2014 Carmen Fernández Casanueva
(Tapachula, Mexico)
Building Migratory Trajectories. Guatemalans, Salvadorans and Hondurans at the Southern Mexican Border
24.06.2014 Antoine Acker
(Paris, France)
The Last Pioneers: development, nature and labor on the Amazon frontier. A study on VW's cattle-ranch in Brazil (1973-1986)
Friday
27.06.2014
4PM-6PM
Julia Adeney Thomas
(Notre Dame, USA)
The Scales of History and Biology in the Age of Climate Change.
01.07.2014 - Schreibwerkstatt//Writing Workshop InterAmerican Studies

Wednesday
02.07.2014
6PM-8PM

Julia Adeney Thomas
(Notre Dame, USA)
Geoff Eley
(University of Michigan)
Visualizing Fascism in Germany and Japan

E0-001
08.07.2014 Kristina Dietz
(Berlin)
Struggles over Nature in Latin America in the Context of Extractivism
15.07.2014
approx. 7PM
- World Café: Persons and Nature in Movement within the Inter-American Space of Entanglements