Gastvorträge

03.12.2019 | 18:00 c.t. - 20:00

Konferenz anlässlich des zehnjährigen Bestehens der GSNAS

Ort: Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Jägerstraße 22-23, 10117 Berlin

20.10.2017 - 21.10.2017
05.07.2017 | 18:00 c.t.
04.07.2017 | 18:00 c.t. - 20:00

Internationale Graduiertenkonferenz 2017

Ort: Raum 340, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

05.05.2017 - 06.05.2017

Gastvortrag von Donald E. Pease (Dartmouth College)

Ort: Raum 340, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

14.02.2017 | 18:00 - 20:00

Interdisciplinary Forum

Ort: GSNAS-Seminarraum, Lansstraße 5, 14195 Berlin

24.01.2017 | 12:00 - 14:00

Guest Lecture by Caroline Levander (Rice University)

Ort: Raum 340, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

01.12.2016 | 18:00 - 20:00
14.11.2016 | 18:00 - 20:00
29.09.2016 | 14:00 - 17:00
20.06.2016 | 18:00 - 20:00

International Graduate Conference 2016

Ort: Room 340, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

02.06.2016 - 04.06.2016
30.05.2016 | 18:00 c.t. - 20:00
24.05.2016 | 12:00 - 14:00
09.02.2016 | 12:30 - 14:00
20.01.2016 | 16:00 c.t. - 18:00

Brown Bag Lecture by Christian Leuprecht (Royal Military College of Canada/Queen's University)

Ort: Seminar Room, Lansstraße 5 (Graduate School Villa), 14195 Berlin

19.01.2016 | 12:30 - 14:00

Gastvortrag von W. Lance Bennett (University of Washington)

Ort: Raum 340, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

02.12.2015 | 16:00 - 18:00

Gastvortrag von W. Lance Bennett (University of Washington)

A number of diverse, large scale protest movements have appeared around the world in recent years: the Arab Spring, the M15 or los indignados in Spain, Occupy Wall Street, the Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong, and Black Lives Matter in the U.S., among others. These large-scale, sustained protests use digital media in ways that go beyond sending and receiving messages. In these technology enabled protests, communication becomes an important part of the organizational process. This talk explores a logic of connective action that is based on self-motivated, personalized content sharing over social networks that require less formal leadership or hierarchical organization. The case of Occupy Wall Street shows how this kind of mobilization changed the national conversation about inequality in the US. However, the challenge for high tech crowds is to find ways to interface with democratic institutions. Protests on the right, from the Tea Party in the U.S. to dozens of populist movements across Europe have moved national politics to the right at a time when majorities of citizens are concerned about inequality, the growing power of business, and the declining legitimacy of democratic institutions. The imbalance between left and right political organization patterns points to serious problems for democratic participation in late modern societies.

Ort: Raum 340, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

11.11.2015 | 18:00 c.t. - 20:00

Brown Bag Lecture Justin S. Vaughn (Boise State University)

Ort: Seminarraum GSNAS, Lansstraße 5, 14195 Berlin

01.07.2015 | 12:00 s.t - 13:30

Vortrag von Özge Yaka (GSNAS)

Ort: Raum 319, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

24.06.2015 | 18:00 s.t - 20:00

DHC Lecture by Chung Ling (University of Macau)

Ort: Room 340, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

08.06.2015 | 18:00 s.t - 20:00

Guest Lecture by David Armitage (Harvard University)

Ort: Room 340, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

26.05.2015 | 18:00 s.t - 20:00

Guest Lecture at the Centre Marc Bloch by Amy Allen (Dartmouth College)

Ort: Centre Marc Bloch, Friedrichstraße 191, 10117 Berlin

19.05.2015 | 17:00 s.t - 19:00

Guest Lecture by Robert Entman (George Washington University)

Ort: Room 319, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

06.05.2015 | 12:00 s.t - 13:30

DHC Lecture by Ramón Saldívar (Stanford University)

Ort: Room 340, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

16.04.2015 | 18:00 s.t - 20:00
26.01.2015 | 18:00 s.t - 20:00

Gastvortrag Dorothee Brantz (TU Berlin)

Ort: Raum 340, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

15.01.2015 | 18:00 s.t - 20:00

Gastvortrag Robert Zwarg (Universität Leipzig)

Ort: Room 340, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

08.12.2014 | 18:00 s.t - 20:00

Gastvortrag Sina Arnold (HU Berlin)

Ort: Room 201, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

27.11.2014 | 18:00 s.t - 20:00

Buchvorstellung Mark Blyth "Wie Europa sich kaputtspart"

Ort: Hiroshimastraße 28, 10785 Berlin

11.11.2014 | 18:00 c.t. - 21:00

Gastvortrag von Lizabeth Cohen (Harvard)

Ort: Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

10.11.2014 | 18:00 s.t - 20:00

Gastvortrag von Clyde Wilcox (Georgetown)

Ort: Raum 319, Lansstraße 7-9, 14195 Berlin

23.10.2014 | 13:00 s.t
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