Veranstaltungen

Current Events HS 2020

05.10.

Forschungstag Asien & Europa

Asien-Orient-Institut, Rämistrasse 59, 8001 Zürich

Registration

23.-24.10.

Von der Quelle zur räumlichen Datenbank: GIS als digitale Methode in den Geisteswissenschaften

Workshop mit Dr. Kilian Schultes und Dr. Ivan Sablin (Universität Heidelberg)

Organisation: Milena Guthörl – Doktoratsprogramm Asien und Europa

Daniel Ursprung – Abteilung für Osteuropäische Geschichte

Anmeldung: Daniel Ursprung

30.10. 14:00-17:00, 31.10. 09:00-17:00, 01.11. 09:00-12:00

Zhuangzi and Heidegger: A Twisted Way to Paradoxical Thinking

This mini-seminar will focus on Martin Heidegger’s fictional "Evening Conversation: In a Prisoner of War Camp in Russia, Between a Younger and an Older Man". It is dated May 8, 1945, the day of unconditional surrender for Nazi Germany.

Seminar mit Prof. Fabian Heubel (Academia Sinica/National Sun Yat-sen University), Prof. Wolfgang Behr (UZH), Prof. Andrea Riemenschnitter (UZH)

Anmeldung über VVZ

25.–27.11.

Autumn School «Nationalism(s) – Past & Present»

Mit Prof. Benedikt Stuchtey (Universität Marburg), Prof. Harald Fischer-Tiné (ETHZ), Prof. Angelika Malinar (UZH) und Prof. Nicolas Martin (UZH)

Anmeldung: Milena Guthörl

27.–28.11.

Workshop: Wired China: Digital Media and Online Culture

Workshop at the Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies of the University of Zurich

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Past Events

16. & 23.1.2020

PhD Workshop

The Middle East between Asia and Europe. Micro-, meso- and macrohistorical dimensions of a political debate

PD Dr. Heinrich Hartmann, Universität Basel und Alexander Balistreri

Asien-Orient-Institut, Rämistrasse 59, 8001 Zürich

Program

Registration

26.-27.01.2020 UZH-GEAS Joint Dissertation Workshop

Graduate School of East Asian Studies (GEAS) at Freie Universität Berlin and the Interdisciplinary PhD Program Asia and Europe at University of Zurich are planning a joint PhD workshop on January 26-27, 2020 to take place at Freie Universität Berlin.

Call for Papers (PDF, 64 KB)

16.1., 23.1., jeweils 09:00-18:00

Doktorierenden Workshop" Der Nahe Osten zwischen Asien und Europa. Mikro-, meso- und makrohistorische Dimensionen einer politischen Debatte"
Mit PD Dr. Heinrich Hartmann, Universität Basel

Anmeldung: Milena Guthörl

31.10.-02.11.2019

Workshop Creating Spaces, Connecting Worlds: Dimensions of the Press in the Middle East and Eurasia

at the Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies, University of Zurich (RAA)

Press Workshop HS_2019 (PDF, 415 KB)

01.11.2019

Screening: Karlstraße 10 - In Search for Muslims throughout Interwar Europe (2019)
Location: Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies, University of Zurich (RAA) Link
17:00-18:30 Film screening "Karlstraße 10" & Apero by Graduateschool

How were the lives of Muslims in interwar Europe?  Karlstraße 10 starts in an online telephone directory searching for an Arab family name in nowadays Germany to end in telling many stories about Muslims throughout interwar Europe. An Arab-Ottoman officer Zeki Kiram takes on a life journey with an amputated leg in interwar Berlin after he was injured in Sinai during WWI. This moving portrait of a defeated Arab officer in interwar Berlin takes you back in time almost a century ago giving an exciting visualization of life stories of Arabs and Muslims who lived in that crucial time of Europe. Amazing are their encounters with European inter-war ideologies. Karlstraße 10 is an enduring tale of love, politics and arms deals through the lens of unique Arab family archives in Europe. The film dives deep in a story of war victims, religion, culture, mixed marriages, arms deals, mosques, politics and more! Karlstraße 10 is a timeless film, as it makes a point that Arabs in interwar Europe were neither visitors, not colonial victims.(ERC Starting Grant project NEITHER NOR (336608) - KU Leuven - Belgium)

30.09.-04.10.2019

Autumn School Asia and Europe. Discourse, Circulation and Representation
Zurich University
Organized by the Doctoral Program Asia & Europe

19.09.2019

Interdisciplinary Doctoral Workshop: Historical Research Practices with Prof. Andrew Goble (University of Oregon)Thursday, September 19th 2019 at Zurich UniversityWorkshop Historical Research Practices Program_2019_AuE (PDF, 72 KB)