Veranstaltungen

Hélio Oiticica Super-8 Film Works

Tropical Underground. Revolutionen von Anthropologie und Kino

Freitag, 22. Juni, 20 Uhr
Super-8 Film Works präsentiert von Irene Small (Princeton) und César Oiticica Filho (Rio de Janeiro)

Samstag, 23. Juni 2018, 12-18 Uhr
Super-8 Film Works – Laufende Präsentation

saasfee*pavillon
Bleichstrasse 64
60313 Frankfurt am Main

Hélio Oiticica ist einer der bedeutendsten Künstler des 20. Jahrhunderts. Seine Installation „Tropicália“ von 1967 gab den Anstoß für die gleichnamige Gegenkultur-Bewegung im Brazilien der späten 1960er und 1970er Jahre und bildet einen wichtigen Bezugspunkt für die zeitgenössische Installations- und Performance-Kunst. In den 1970er Jahren arbeitete Oiticica vermehrt mit Super-8-Film und schuf einen bedeutsamen Werkbestand in diesem prekären Filmformat.
Am Freitag, 22. Juni, wird ein Programm mit Oiticicas selten vorgeführten Super-8-Film-Arbeiten mit einer Einführung der Kunsthistorikerin Irene Small (Princeton) und von César Oiticica Filho (Rio de Janeiro) zu sehen sein. Am Samstag, 23. Juni, sind die Filme in kontinuerlicher Projektion als Installation zu sehen.

Weitere Informationen auf der Website www.tropical-underground.de: Hier...

Veranstalter:
Die Veranstaltung ist Teil der Campus-Reihe „Tropical Underground“ und wird vom Institut für Theater-, Film- und Medienwissenschaft der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt mit dem Exzellenzcluster „Die Herausbildung normativer Ordnungen“ organisiert.

German-Iranian Workshop: Resource-Based Perspectives on the Good Life (Buen Vivir) in the Humanities

25 - 29 June 2018

Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany
Max-Horkheimer-Straße 2, 60323 Frankfurt Main

Program (pdf): Click here...

Program

Monday, 25. June 2018

9:00 am – 10:30 am
Welcoming Remarks
Prof. Dr. Roland Hardenberg, Chair Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology / Director of the Frobenius Institute, Goethe University Frankfurt (GU)
Asst. Prof. Dr. Azra Ghandeharion, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad (FUM)
Asst. Prof. Dr. Masoud Kianpour, University of Isfahan (UI)

11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Introduction: The Resource Perspective, New Impulses for Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences in Iran and Germany
Chair: Prof. Dr. Roland Hardenberg
Katharina Müller MA, University of Tübingen (UT)
Asst. Prof. Dr. Masoud Kianpour (UI)
Asst. Prof. Dr. Azra Ghandharion (FUM)

2:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Exploring Current Projects and Possible Fields of Cooperation I

Working group I “Culture and Identity”
Chairs: Asst. Prof. Dr. Azra Ghandeharion, PD Dr. Sophie Roche
- When “The Conference of the Birds” Travels Between Iran and the West: The Space of Translation and Resource Creation in the Pursuit of Good Life, Fatemeh Sarvghadi (FUM)
- Moral Identity as a Resource Culture for the Good Life For Adolescents, Sara Madanian (UI)
- Reading Fiction and the Pursuit of the Good Life. Persian Literature as a Methodological Resource for Anthropology, Stella Dietrich (GU)

Working group II “Innovation and (Dis)Empowerment”
Chairs: Asst. Prof. Dr. Azam Naghavi, Dr. des Baktygul Tulebaeva
- Telegram-based Qard-al-Hasanah Fund as a Resource of Good Life: A Field Research in Iran, Masoud Fattahzadeh (FUM)
- Disability and Empowerment: The Role of Science and Technology, Azam Naghavi (UI)
- Spotify’s Corporate Structure and the Cultivation of Good Life: A Resource-Based Approach to Analyzing the Innovative Capacity of Start-Ups, Jakob Famulok (GU)

Working group III “Moralities and Ethics”
Chairs: Asst. Prof. Dr. Ahmadreza Asgharpourmasouleh, Dr. Shahnaz R. Nadjmabadi
- We are also Civil Society: Public Morality and Resources in Indonesian  Muslim Conservative Communities, Ario Seto (GU)
- Landscapes of the Soul: Spirituality as a Resource to the Good Life, Nastaran Ameli Sadat (UI)
- Contemporary Reception of Rumi in the West as a Space for Pluralism and the Promotion of the Good Life, Fatemeh Khajavian (FUM)

Working group IV “Regimens and their Subjects”
Chairs: Asst. Prof. Dr. Masoud Kianpour, Katharina Müller MA
- A Qualitative Study of an Informal Telegram-based Charity in Mashhad, Atiye Sadeghi (FUM)
- Body Management as Resource Culture to Achieve the Good Life, Masoud Kianpour (UI)
- Resource-based Perspectives on Good Life and Wellbeing in a German Refugee Camp, Anne Grothe (GU)

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Reception
Welcoming remarks by Prof. Dr. Susanne Schröter, Director of the Frankfurt Research Center on Global Islam (FFGI)

Tuesday, 26. June 2018

9:00 am – 10:30 am
Reports From Working Groups: Formulating Shared Research Themes and Fields of Exchange and Collaboration
Chair: Asst. Prof. Dr. Azra Ghandharion

10:30 am – 11:00 am
Coffee break

11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Exploring Current Projects and Possible Fields of Cooperation II

Working group I “Culture and Identity”
Chairs: Asst. Prof. Dr. Azra Ghandeharion, PD Dr. Sophie Roche
- Qualitative Study of Cultural Wealth as Resource for the Pursuit of the Good Life Among Afghan Students and University Graduates Residing in Isfahan, Sahar Faeghi (UI)
- Going for a future? Migration as an Ambivalent Resource for Iranian Afghans in their Pursuit of the Good Life, Anna Degenhart (UT)

Working group II “Innovation and (Dis)Empowerment”
Chairs: Asst. Prof. Dr. Azam Naghavi; Dr. des Baktygul Tulebaeva
- “Nature Schools” (madresseh-ye tabiat) as a Resource for Children’s Good Life: An Ethnographic Study in Isfahan City, Behjat Hajian (UI)
- In Search of a Good Life. Resources and Agency Among Involuntarily Returned Migrants in Bamako, Mali, Katharina Forster (GU)

Working group III “Moralities and Ethics”
Chairs: Asst. Prof. Dr. Ahmadreza Asgharpourmasouleh, Dr. Shahnaz R. Nadjmabadi
- Living Well While ‘Doing Good’ and the Resources It Takes: Perspectives From Local NGO-Actors in Burkina Faso, Kathrin Knodel (GU)
- Aberu as an Intangible Resource Culture, Ehsan Aqababaee (UI)

Working group IV “Regimens and their Subjects”
Chairs: Asst. Prof. Dr. Masoud Kianpour, Katharina Müller MA
- Psychological Resources for the Transition From School to Work Environment, Shiva Sharifi (UI)
- Tribal Land Rights and the Governmentalization of Indigenous Life and Resources in Northern Philippines, Macario Lacbawan (GU)

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Reports From Working Groups: Formulating Shared Research Themes and Fields of Exchange and Collaboration
Chair: Dr. Shahnaz R. Nadjmabadi

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Cultural program

Wednesday, 27. June 2018

9:00 am – 1:30 pm
Bridging the Research / Practice Divide in Frankfurt: The Creation Resources for Urban Well-Being

Excursions
- Science and the Shaping of the Multicultural City, KIZ im Gallus / Mehrgenerationenhaus
- Frankfurt Social Impact Lab as Space of Practice between Municipal Institutions and Charitable Organizations

2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Thinking Innovative Articulations of Research and Practice
Working groups I and II meet to discuss results of excursions

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Reports From Working Groups: Fields of Practice as Resource for the Buen Vivir of Science?
Chair: Asst. Prof. Azam Naghavi

6:00 pm
Cultural Program

Thursday, 28. June 2018

9:00 am – 12:30 pm
Exploring Resources for the Academic Good Life at Goethe University: A Baseline for Discussion
Chair: PD Dr. Sophie Roche

- Working group I, Office of Quality Management in Teaching
- Working group II, Goethe Research Academy for Early Career Researchers (GRADE)
- Working group III, Equal Opportunity Office
- Working group IV, Office of Strategic Development: Third Mission

2:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Excursions
Academic Life in Practice: Exploring Seminars, Student Groups, etc. at Goethe University Frankfurt

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Resources for Academic Good Life: A Wrap-Up Discussion at the Goethe University Summer Garden

Friday, 29. June 2018

9:00 am – 10:30 am
Assessing Teaching, Resources for Points of Future Collaboration in Research
Teaching, Mentoring, and Career Development
-Working group I
Chairs: Prof. Dr. Roland Hardenberg, Asst. Prof. Dr. Masoud Kianpour
- Working group II
Chairs: Asst. Prof. Dr. Azra Ghandeharion, PD Dr. Sophie Roche

11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Reports From the Working Groups: Where Do We Go From Here?
Setting Out Joint Activities in the Medium and Long Term
Chairs: Asst. Prof. Dr. Azra Ghandeharion, Prof. Dr. Roland Hardenberg

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Formulating the Collaborative Agenda for Isfahan and Beyond
Chairs: Asst. Prof. Dr. Masoud Kianpour, Dr. des. Katja Rieck

4:00 pm
Cultural Program

Presented by:
Institut für Ethnologie der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, Frobenius Institut für kulturanthropologische Forschung, Exzellenzcluster "Die Herausbildung normativer Ordnungen" und weitere Partner.

Namibian-German Relations and Normative Challenges: Beyond the Constrictions of International Development and International Relations?

Fellow colloquium

Thursday, 28 June 2018, 11am

Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften
Am Wingertsberg 4
61348 Bad Homburg

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Heloise and Martin Weber (University of Queensland)

Dr. Heloise Weber is a Senior Lecturer in International Relations and Development at the University of Queensland. She also has served on the International Studies Association (ISA) Governing Council as Chair of Global Development Studies Section. At present she is, on the invitation of Gunther Hellmann (Professor of Political Science, Goethe University) and the Cluster of Excellence »The Formation of Normative Orders«, a Fellow at the Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften. She is working on »Human Rights and Global Development«.
Dr. Martin Weber is a Senior Lecturer in International Relations and Development at the University of Queensland. He also was a member of the Global Development Section (GDS) Committee for Constituting The »Edward Said Award« for Best Graduate Paper. At present he is, on the invitation of Gunther Hellmann (Professor of Political Science, Goethe University) and the Cluster of Excellence »The Formation of Normative Orders«. a Fellow at the Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften. She is working on »Human Rights and Global Development«.

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Presented by:
Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften of Goethe-University and Cluster of Excellence "THe Formation of Normative Orders"

Helfen zwischen Solidarität und Wohltätigkeit

Workshop innerhalb der Postdoctoral Dialogue Series „Norms, Plurality and Critique“

29. Juni 2018

Exzellenzcluster „Die Herausbildung normative Ordnungen“
Max-Horkheimer-Str. 2
60323 Frankfurt am Main
Raum 5.02

Organisation: Dr. Greta Wagner (Postdoktorandin des Exzellenzcluster "Die Herausbildung normativer Ordnungen")

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Programm

13:00 - 13:30        
Begrüßung und Vorstellungsrunde

13:30 - 14:30         
Prof. Dr. Frank Adloff (Hamburg)
„Homo donator: Geben zwischen Hierarchie und Solidarität“

15 Minuten Pause

14:45 – 15:45     
Dr. Greta Wagner (Frankfurt)
„Geflüchteten Helfen im ländlichen Raum. Solidarität oder Wohltätigkeit?“

15:45 – 16:45     
Dr. Jochen Kleres (Berlin)
„Gefühle in der ‚Flüchtlingskrise‘. Emotionen und zivilgesellschaftliches Handeln“

30 Minuten Pause

17:15 – 18:15         
Dr. Christine Unrau (Duisburg)
„Bewegte Beweger. Gefühlserziehung in der Flüchtlingskrise“

18:15 – 19:15    
Dr. Friedericke Hardering (Frankfurt)
„Solidarität und gesellschaftliche Beitragsorientierung in der Arbeit. Befunde aus helfenden Berufen“

 

Veranstalter:
Exzellenzcluster "Die Herausbildung normativer Ordnungen"

The Transnationalization of Rule and Resistance

Workshop

7. und 8. Juni 2018

Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
Gebäude "Normative Ordnungen" (Raum 5.01)
Max-Horkheimer-Str. 2

Programm (pdf): Hier...

Programm

June 7:

09.00-11.30:
Welcome and Introduction (Framework Paper)

10.30-11.00:
Coffee Break

11.00-13.00:
Contestation I
Susan Park (Sydney)
“Contesting International Development by Advocating for Citizen Driven Accountability for the Multilateral Development Banks”
Discussant: Felix Anderl/Regina Hack (Frankfurt)

Ben Kamis & Martin Schmetz (Frankfurt)
“The last Refuge of the Scoundrel: Comparing Ecuadorian and Russian Harbouring of Whistleblowers in Light of International Civil Disobedience”
Discussant: Anna Fünfgeld (Hamburg)

13.00-14.00:
Lunch Break

14.00-16.00:
Contestation II
Anna Fünfgeld (Hamburg)
“Security, Justice, and Oligarchy: Struggles over Hegemony in Indonesia’s Energy Politics”
Discussant: Susan Park (Sydney)

Felix Anderl, Nicole Deitelhoff, Regina Hack (Frankfurt)
“Divide and Rule? Contestation and Legitimation of the WTO”
Discussant: Ben Kamis/Martin Schmetz (Frankfurt)

16.00-16.30:
Coffee Break

16.30-18.30:
Escalation I
Martha Crenshaw (Stanford)
“The Intersection of Rule and Resistance: Interactions among jihadist groups facing government pressure”
Discussant: Christopher Daase (Frankfurt)

Lesley Wood (Toronto) - via skype
“Repression, Solidarity and Transnational Escalation”
Discussant: Holger Marcks (Frankfurt)

19.00:
Dinner

June 8

10.00-12.00:
Escalation II
Christopher Daase, Janusz Biene, Daniel Kaiser, Holger Marcks (Frankfurt)
“Escalation through Cooperation How Transnational Relations Affect Violent Dissidence”
Discussant: Hank Johnston (San Diego)

Hank Johnston (San Diego)
“The Dialectics of Resistance and Rule in High-Capacity Authoritarian States”
Discussant: Martha Crenshaw (Stanford)

12.00-13.00:
Lunch Break

13.00-15.00:
Exit I
Philip Wallmeier/Maik Fielitz (Frankfurt)
“Withdrawal as Radicalization. Making Sense of the 1960s Communes”
Discussant: Ferdinand Stenglein (Münster)

Rina Ramdev (New Delhi)
“Arundhati Roy and the Framing of a ‘Radicalized’ Dissent”
Discussant: Victor Kempf (Frankfurt)

15.00-15.30:
Coffee Break

15.30-17.30:
Exit II
Ferdinand Stenglein (Münster)
“Deserting with Ourselves: The Radical Pedagogy of the Commune”
Discussant: Philip Wallmeier/Maik Fielitz (Frankfurt)

Victor Kempf (Frankfurt)
“Exodus from the Political. Workerist Conceptions of Radical Resistance”
Discussant: Rina Ramdev (New Delhi)

18.30:
Farewell Dinner

Veranstalter:
Exzellenzcluster "Die Herausbildung normativer Ordnungen"

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