Interdisziplinäres Forum für DoktorandInnen und PostdoktorandInnen des JFKI und der GSNAS

Dienstag, 12:15 to 13:45 Uhr
Seminarraum, Graduate School of North American Studies, Lansstr. 5

Das Interdisziplinäre Forum der GSNAS lädt alle DoktorandInnen und PostdoktorandInnen der Graduiertenschule und des John F. Kennedy Instituts dazu ein, sich an den Workshops zu beteiligen. TeilnehmerInnen haben die Möglichkeit, ihre Forschungsarbeit zu präsentieren und zur Diskussion zu stellen. Die Mitglieder des Forums sind WissenschaftlerInnen aus verschiedenen Disziplinen, unter anderem aus den Kultur- und Literaturwissenschaften, der Geschichtswissenschaft, Politikwissenschaft, Soziologie und der Wirtschaftswissenschaft. Der interdisziplinäre Ansatz ist bewusst gewählt, um neue Berührungspunkte zwischen den Disziplinen zu schaffen, so unser Kritisches Denken zu beleben und neue Impulse für unsere Fragestellungen und Analysemethoden zu gewinnen.

Bei weiteren Fragen wenden Sie sich bitte an Simon Strick, strick@gsnas.fu-berlin.de.

Vergangene Termine

19. Mai 2018

Betsy Leimbigler

"Re-Igniting the War on Drugs? Trump and the Opioid Crisis"

18. Mai 2018

Lee Flamand

"How does Violent Spectacle Appear as TV Realism? Sources of OZ‘s Penal Imaginary"

Nitya Koch

"Bodies for the Boys: Dance and Instrumentalizations of Femininity in the World War II Film Musical"

27. April 2018

Marius Kleinknecht

“US Foreign Policy with the Barbary Powers”

Clark Banach

“Humanism as an Economic Order”

6. Februar 2018

Maximilian Klose

“Public and Political Discourse on United States Humanitarian Aid to Germany, 1945-1962”

Anna Zetsche

"Unlikely Partners: German-American Elite Networking during the Cold War"

23. Januar 2018

Clark Banach

“Humanism as an Economic Order”

Maxi Albrecht

“Emotional Intelligence in Dystopian/Post-Apocalyptic Fiction”

9. Januar 2018

Lee Flamand

“The Changing Nature and Impact of Television”

Sarah Epping

“Early 20th Century Humanitarian Interventions in Basra, Iraq by Michigan University”

12. Dezember 2017

Betsy Leimbigler

“Discourse Analysis of Presidential Speeches”

Marius Kleinknecht

“Theories and Methods of Discourse Analysis”

11. Juli 2017

Sarah Epping

"'Michigan in Arabia': The University of Michigan between Mission, Humanitarian Aid, and Empire"

Andreas Beer   

"Narrating Dissent in Contemporary American Literature"

27. Juni 2017

Marc Adam

"Liquidating Bankers’ Acceptances"

Nitya Koch

“One for the Boys?: Dance, Work, and Women's Mobility in the Hollywood Musical”

13. Juni 2017

Helen Gibson

"A Ford Car for the NAACP: Automotivity and Anti-Lynching Campaigns, 1934-1937"

Sören Schoppmeier

"Playing the Black Box Society"

30. Mai 2017

Paola Castaño

"Space Lettuce and Disco Lights: Plant Biology on the International Space Station"

2. Mai 2017

Betsy Leimbigler

"Inequality and Trump"

7. Februar 2017

Helen Gibson

"Before #Delete Uber: Black Chauffeurs’ Clubs during World War I"

24. Januar 2017

Min Kyung Yoo

"Road to Democracy: South Korea, US and Television"

Sarah Epping

"The Beginning of the End - The Arab Mission and its Missionaries in Basra during the First World War"

10. Januar 2017

Simon Strick

"Idiocy and Temporality in American Cinema”

Paola Castaño

“The US National Laboratory in Orbit: NASA and the Management of Science on the International Space Station"

22. November 2016

Lee Flamand

"On Failing to Manage: Oz, the Punitive Turn and Contemporary Serial Television"

5. Juli 2016

James Goebel

"Neoliberal Environmentalism: Value / Speed / Sacrifice“

Helen Gibson

”’Adventures on Highways and Byways‘: the Multifarious Automotive Life of Jack Johnson“

21. Juni 2016

Sophie Spieler

“Truly a Magical Place‘: The Poetics and Politics of Self-Representation at Princeton University“

Siofra McSherry

“’To fulfil a private obligation‘: Marianne Moore and her patrons“

7. Juni 2016

Lee Flamand

"If It‘s Not TV, is it Sociology? The Wire..."

Sören Schoppmeier

“Playing with Broadcast: Radio and Television as Ludo-Narrative Devices in the Video Game Series Grand Theft Auto”

24. Mai 2016

Tobias Jochum

"Reclaiming Murder City: Northern Mexico Border Fiction in an Age of Atrocity (or: Can the Dystopian Speak?)”

Johannes Kohrs

“I Don‘t Hate You Because You‘re Light"

10. Mai 2016

Lee Flamand

"Occupy Images: Looking back at the 99%“

9. Februar 2016

Helen Gibson

"Chauffeurs' Clubs and the Color Line: Automotivity and Race in Early Twentieth-Century America"

Respondent: Chris Jefferis

26. Januar 2016

Edward Birzin

"From WoWO to Graffiti”: Charting the changing meaning making power of writing on walls and objects in a U.S. context since WWII"

Nadja Klopprogge

"The Intimate Landscape of Postwar Germany: German-American Sexual Encounters"

Respondent: Sean Bonney

12. Januar 2016

Betsy Leimbigler

"Framing, discourse, and critical junctures: health care in the USA"

Anna Weitemeyer

"The Self in the Early Poetry of T. S. Eliot and Conrad Aiken"

Respondent: Beerd Beukenhorst

17. November 2015

Beerd Beukenhorst

"Who's afraid of Red and White? Thoughts on the Cold War and the War on Drugs"

3. November 2015

Sean Bonney

"'The Problem of the Police’, notes on Diane di Prima’s “Revolutionary Letters”’

8. Juli 2015

Simon Schleusener

“The Modulation of Affects”

Respondent: Sarah Wasserman

17. Juni 2015

Mieke Woelky

"Telling Stories of Loss: Works of Mourning in the 21st Century"

Respondent: Julian Henneberg

 22. Mai 2015

Curd Knüpfer

“Frame Competition 2.0 – Emerging Clusters of Politicization”

Respondent: Rieke Jordan

20. Mai 2015

Ben Robbins

"Queer Expatriate Literature from the Late Nineteenth Century to Stonewall"

Respondent: Siofra Mc Sherry

13. Mai 2015

Melanie Eis

“Hip: A Literary History of the Beat Generation’s Emotional Expressivity”

Respondent: Simon Schleusener

4. Februar 2015

Julian Henneberg

"Materialist Minds: Pathology and Subjectivity in the Neuro-Memoir"

Respondent: Mieke Woelky

21. Januar 2015

Mathias Großklaus

Respondent: Sophie Spieler

7. Januar 2015

Birte Wege

"Drawing on the Past: Graphic Narrative Documentary"

Respondent: Nikolas Keßels

17. Dezember 2014

Katharina Metz

"Reading for Altruism. Doing Good in the Late Nineteenth Century"

Respondent: Marius Dahmen

3. Dezember 2014

Mare Pit

"Real Dogs: From Mass Killings to a Second Life as Indigenous Canine. A Contemporary History of Inuit and Dogs in the Eastern Canadian Arctic"

Respondent: Curd Knüpfer

19. November 2014

Felix Brinker

"Serial Superheroes and the Politics of Audience Engagement: DC's and Marvel Comics' Franchises in Contemporary American Film and Television"

Resondent: Simon Schleusener

18. Juni 2014

Thomas Dikant

"On Consequences"

Respondent: Sabine Engwer

16. Juli 2014

Sonja Schillings

"Grotesque Dignity: American Literature and the Renegotiation of Human Nature in the Postwar Period"

Respondent: Alexander Starre

7. Juli 2014

Simon Schleusener

"Poetics of the Market: Capitalism, Culture, and the Politics of Affect"

Respondent: James Dorson

4. Juni 2014

Sophie Spieler

"The Chosen and Their Gatekeepers: Theorizing and Historicizing the American Educational Elite"

Respondent: Katharina Metz

21. Mai 2014

Nikolas Kessels

"Historical Institutionalism and Legalization: Gradual Change in Transatlantic Financial Regulation"

Respondent: Boris Vormann

5. Mai 2014

Nitya Koch

"Dancing Bodies, Modes of Gender, and Choreographies of Love: Dance and the Construction of Sexual Difference in the Hollywood Musical"

Respondent: Martin Lüthe

23. April 2014

Talel Ben Jemia

"Agent of Desire (?) - The Hustler and the Themes of Gay Identity Formation in American Film"

Respondent: Simon Schleusener

12. Februar 2014 Boris Vormann
29. Januar 2014 Anne Nassauer
15. Januar 2014 Christoph Raetzsch
11. Dezember 2013

Sebastian Jobs

"Rumors of Revolt – ›Uncertain‹ Knowledge of Slave Insurrections in the American South, 1783-1865"

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