Events

Key Concepts
of the Humanities and Social Sciences

Presentations and Colloquia

In the framework of the mandatory part of the doctoral program Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies of the Graduate School of the Arts and Humanities, the following speakers will talk about key concepts of the Humanities and Social Sciences:

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Lecture and Colloquium

Prof. Dr. Seth Estrin, Art History/Archaeology, University of Chicago

Lecture & colloquium: Mai 07, 2021
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Affect

Lecture and Colloquium

Prof. Dr. Eugenie Brinkema (Literature and Media, Massachusetts Institute of Technology | MIT)

Lecture: June 3, 2021
Colloquium: June 3 & June 4, 2021
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Key Concepts
of the Humanities and Social Sciences

Reading Course

As a mandatory part of the doctoral program Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies, the reading course has participants discuss selected key concepts of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Sessions are understood as peer to peer workshops to which participants contribute with suggestions for reading they would like to have discussed.

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Reading Course

Dr. Toni Hildebrandt, Institute of Art History

Date: March 03 & March 22, 2021
Time: 2:15 – 6:00 pm
Location: Online Workshop
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