News vom 28.05.2014
The Interdisciplinary Forum at the Graduate School of North American Studies invites all doctoral candidates and postdoctoral fellows at the Graduate School of North American Studies and the John F. Kennedy Institute to participate. The Forum hosts workshops in which members present and discuss their work. It consists of researchers with different disciplinary backgrounds including cultural studies, political science, sociology, literary studies, economics, and history. This interdisciplinary approach is part of a conscious effort to overcome disciplinary divisions in order to enrich critical thinking and rearticulate our modes of interrogation and analysis.
For inquiries, please contact Sebastian Jobs at email@example.com.
|June 4, 2014||
The Chosen and Their Gatekeepers: Theorizing and Historicizing the American Educational Elite.
Respondent: Katharina Metz
|June 18, 2014||
Respondent: Sabine Engwer
|July 7, 2014||
Poetics of the Market: Capitalism, Culture, and the Politics of Affect.
Respondent: James Dorson
|July 16, 2014||
Grotesque Dignity: American Literature and the Renegotiation of Human Nature in the Postwar Period.
Respondent: Alexander Starre
|December 11, 2013||Sebastian Jobs|
|January 15, 2014||Christoph Raetzsch|
|January 29, 2014||Anne Nassauer|
|February 12, 2014||Boris Vormann|
|April 23, 2014||
Talel Ben Jemia
Agent of Desire (?) - The Hustler and the Themes of Gay Identity Formation in American Film.
Respondent: Simon Schleusener
|May 5, 2014||
Dancing Bodies, Modes of Gender, and Choreographies of Love: Dance and the Construction of Sexual Difference in the Hollywood Musical.
Respondent: Martin Lüthe
|May 21, 2014||
Historical Institutionalism and Legalization: Gradual Change in Transatlantic Financial Regulation.
Respondent: Boris Vormann