Universität Bonn

Forum Internationale Wissenschaft

Veranstaltungen

Strong Asymmetrical Dependency, Power and Inequality
21.03.2022 von 14:00 bis 18:00

Vom 21.03 und 25.03 (jeweils 14.00-18.00), 28.03 (10-14) veranstaltet Prof. Dr. Rudolf Stichweh ein PhD Seminar am BCDSS in der Universität Bonn mit dem Thema “Strong Asymmetrical Dependency, Power and Inequality”.

Strong Asymmetrical Dependency, Power and Inequality
25.03.2022 von 14:00 bis 18:00

Vom 21.03 und 25.03 (jeweils 14.00-18.00), 28.03 (10-14) veranstaltet Prof. Dr. Rudolf Stichweh ein PhD Seminar am BCDSS in der Universität Bonn mit dem Thema “Strong Asymmetrical Dependency, Power and Inequality”.

Strong Asymmetrical Dependency, Power and Inequality
28.03.2022 von 10:00 bis 14:00

Vom 21.03 und 25.03 (jeweils 14.00-18.00), 28.03 (10-14) veranstaltet Prof. Dr. Rudolf Stichweh ein PhD Seminar am BCDSS in der Universität Bonn mit dem Thema “Strong Asymmetrical Dependency, Power and Inequality”.

First generation students in neoliberal Chilean higher education
18.05.2022 von 14:15 bis 15:15

First generation students as strategic choosers in neoliberal Chilean higher education. Referent: Carolina Guzmán-Valenzuela is Professor of higher education at Universidad de Tarapacá (Chile). She is an experienced researcher having published widely on topics such as neoliberalism in higher education, the student experience, the public roles of universities and the global north/south divide in knowledge production. Her most recent research project examines the publication patterns in both the social sciences and the humanities from a southern perspective.

Engineering the Climate.Science, Politics, and Visions of Control
09.06.2022 von 16:30 bis 18:30

The FIW is hosting an expert roundtable on the role of science and technology in addressing climate change. The starting point of the discussion in the expert roundtable is the recent publication of „Engineering the Climate“, a monograph by one of our associated research fellows, Julia Schubert (University of Speyer). Together with the author, the roundtable will feature critical experts on climate engineering, global warming, and the role of science in society. The discussion is open to the public. With Comments By: David Kaldewey (Bonn), Professor for Science Studies and Politics at the Forum Internationale Wissenschaft, University of Bonn Jeroen Oomen (Utrecht), Postdoctoral researcher at the Urban Futures Studio, University of Utrecht Simone Rödder (Hamburg), Professor for Sociology and Science Studies, University of Hamburg.

Der Mythos vom Raub der Europa bei Heinrich Böll
20.05.2022 von 14:30 bis 16:00

ONLINE-VORTRAG II CERC II CONFÉRENCE EN LIGNE Prof. Dr. John T. Hamilton (Department of Comperative Literature, Harvard University) in Kooperation mit der Abteilung Romanistik und dem Forum Internationale Wissenschaft (FIW). Einführung von Roland Ißler und Almut-Barbara Renger (Bonn)

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