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Month: April 2017

Vorstellung des Netzwerks der Österreich-Zentren und Buchpräsentation

Einladung zur Vorstellung des Netzwerks der Österreich-Zentren und der Buchpräsentation von “Dynasties. A Global History of Power, 1300-1800” von Jeroen Duindam. Wann: Donnerstag, 4. Mai 2017, 18.00 Uhr. Wo: Veranstaltungsräume des BMWfW, Freyung 3/Stiege 3, 1010 Wien. Die Einladung mit dem Programm und einer genauen Wegbeschreibung finden Sie hier.

Vortrag: Astrid Lipinsky – “One Belt one Road (OBOR) und die Rolle des Chinesischen Frauenverbandes”

Wann: Mittwoch, 3. Mai, 18.15. Wo: SIN1, at the Department of East Asian Studies/Sinology, Altes AKH, Campus, Spitalgasse 2, yard 2, entrance 2.3. Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier.

Vienna Taiwan Lecture Series: Chun-Yi Lee – “The Role of Female Workers in Chinese Labour Movement”

Chun-Yi Lee is an expert in cross-straits research and has published widely on China. Her trip to Vienna is financed by VIDC. When: Wednesday, April 26, 18.15. Where: SIN1, at the Department of East Asian Studies/Sinology, Altes AKH, Campus, Spitalgasse 2, yard 2, entrance 2.3. For further information see PDF.

Neuerscheinung: Kurze Geschichte des Alten Afrika

Arno Sonderegger, Kurze Geschichte des Alten Afrika. Von den Anfängen bis 1600 (Wiesbaden: Marix Verlag, 2017, Reihe marixwissen). ISBN: 978-3-7374-1046-5

Es handelt sich um eine globalhistorisch orientierte Geschichte Afrikas von der Menschwerdung bis zur Frühen Neuzeit, die sich an ein allgemein interessiertes Publikum richtet. Das Inhaltsverzeichnis finden Sie hier. Weitere Informationen zum Buch findens sie auf der Verlagsseite des Marix Verlag. Eine Audio-Besprechung können Sie in der ARD-Mediathek vom 16. April 2017 hören: ARD-Mediathek.

CfP for Conference “Planned Communities in the Age of Enlightenment”

Ulrich Hofmeister and Kerstin Jobst from the Insitute of East European History at the University of Vienna host a conference on Planned Communities in the Age of Enlightenment from 26 to 28 October 2017. “This conference seeks to examine towns and cities which were founded or fundamentally rebuilt during the late 17th and the 18th centuries inside and outside of Europe.” Please send your proposals until 15 May 2017. For further details click here.

Lecture and Workshop with Chris Hann

The Agrarian Studies Group invites to a lecture and a workshop with Chris Hann, director of the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology (Halle). On Thursday 4 May at 6.15pm Hann will speak about Welfare, Workfare, and Fair Access to Decent Work in the Visegrad States. Where: IFK, Reichsratsstraße 17, 1010 Wien. On Friday 5 May, from 9am to 12pm, a workshop will be held with Chris Hann. Where: Prominentenzimmer, Hauptgebäude, Universität Wien.  For the workshop please register at rolf.bauer@univie.ac.at or ulrich.schwarz@ruralhistory.at. For further details see Poster.

Shanghai Summer School (BRICS Program) 2017

The Shanghai Summer School aims to provide to provide students and young researchers an opportunity to better understand BRICS, China, Shanghai and Fudan University. It deals with governance and cooperation in the BRICS countries. There are scholarships offered for undergraduate, graduate or research felllows with BRICS nationality.

When: July 6 – August 3, 2017. Where: Handan Campus, Fudan University. Application Deadline: May 8, 2017. Applications may be sent to bricssummer@126.com.

For further information see link.

Workshop “To be Global in Vienna”

The FSP Globalgeschichte invites all members and all people interested in its work, particulary students with global history interests and Erasmus Mundus Global Studies students, to attend the worksop “To be Global in Vienna”. When: April 26, 4.30pm-8pm. Where: Marietta Blau Saal (Tiefparterre Stiege 10, Hauptgebäude -Universität Wien, Universitätsring 1, 1010 Wien). No registration needed!

For further information see the invitation.

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