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Forschungsgespräch des Forschungsschwerpunkts Globalgeschichte, Universität Wien, WS 2018/19: Marxismus in der Globalgeschichte

Veranstalter: Berthold Unfried/David Mayer

Wann: 29.11.2018, 14.00 – 19.00 Uhr

Wo: Universität Wien, Hörsaal 1, Hauptgebäude Tiefparterre

Marxistische Strömungen haben in vielfältiger Weise Einfluss auf die Globalgeschichte genommen. Von der mirovaja istorija/Weltgeschichte, die als Legitimationsideologie der Staaten des sozialistischen Weltsystems diente, bis zu dissidenten, in weitem Sinn verstandenen Marxismen von Braudel und Wallerstein kamen viele Einträge in das breite Feld der Globalgeschichte. Auch Debatten um die Wertschöpfung in der Haushaltsarbeit und um außereuropäische Entwicklungsperspektiven inspirierten sich aus dem Fundus marxistischen Denkens. In unserem Forschungsgespräch wollen wir den 200. Geburtstag von Karl Marx zum Anlass nehmen, einerseits marxistische Traditionen in der Globalgeschichte freizulegen und andrerseits zu diskutieren, welche Werkzeuge aus den globalmarxistischen Werkstätten heute von Globalhistoriker/inne/n verwendet werden.

Programm

Moderation: Berthold Molden, Wien

14.00 Uhr:

Begrüßung: Elisabeth Röhrlich/Juliane Schiel, Wien, Sprecherinnen des FSP Globalgeschichte

Vorträge:

– Jürgen Kocka, Berlin: Karl Marx und die Geschichte des Kapitalismus

– Benjamin Zachariah, Trier: Das Überleben marxistischer Historiographie in Indien nach dem Zeitalter des Postkolonialismus

  Kommentar: David Mayer und Berthold Unfried, Wien

16.00 Uhr: Kaffeepause

16.30 Uhr:

– Marcus Gräser, Linz: Globalgeschichtliche Meistererzählungen: Karl Polányi

   Kommentar: Klemens Kaps, Linz

– Andrea Komlosy, Wien: Politische Ökonomie des Haushalts in der Globalgeschichte

  Kommentar: Juliane Schiel, Wien

Abschlussdiskussion

Abschlussgespräche bei Brot, Wein und Wasser

Conference Reminder: Fourth Cátedra Katz Conference

The fourth Cátedra Katz Conference Walking Through Walls, Transgressing Frontiers. Border Regimes and Phantom Borders in North America and Central Europe since 1848 takes place on October 18 and 19, 2018 at the University of Vienna.

For all further information see program.

Conference Invitation: Beyond Beauty. Taiwan in the World

When: October 24th-28th, 2018. Where: Campus of the University of Vienna, Austria.

Open to the interested public, registration open until 8th October 2018 under tsc-conference@univie.ac.at .

For further information click here .

4th Cátedra Friedrich Katz Conference in 2018

The 4th Cátedra Friedrich Katz Conference in 2018 under the title Walking Through Walls, Transgressing Frontiers. Border Regimes and Phantom Borders in North America and Central Europe since 1848 is a joint venture by the University of Chicago and the University of Vienna.

When: 18/19 October 2018. Where: University of Vienna.

The provisional program can be found here.


Call for a book contribution to:

Walking Through Walls, Transgressing Frontiers. Border Regimes and Phantom Borders in North America and Central Europe since 1848.

Prof. Dr. Martina Kaller, Dr. Berthold Molden and Mag. Laurin Blecha, all from University of Vienna, kindly invite you to contribute with you conference paper (October 2018) or related topics to an edited volume to be published in 2020.

All further information can be found here.

International Workshop: Bureaucratic Encounters

When: 15-16 June 2018. Where: University of Vienna (Lecture Hall 6, Lower Ground floor), Universitätsring 1, 1010 Vienna.

Bureaucracy is all around us and has a tendency to expand. In the late 19th century the state began to exercise increasingly more control and influence over its citizens, for example by imposing rules of registration and identification. Citizens, for their part, responded to the rise of bureaucracy by making use of what the state offered and prescribed for their own purposes. Bureaucracy, however, is not confined to the state authorities: practices from public administration are being borrowed by private organizations, and vice versa. As the conference programme demonstrates, bureaucracy is not a phenomenon existing only in the so-called Western world. The contributions coming from historians, sociologists and social anthropologists span over a period from the early 19th century to the present. They address bureaucratic encounters taking place in (and sometimes also between) Austria, Australia, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Poland, Romania, the Russian and the Habsburg Empires, and Switzerland, thereby allowing for comparative and interdisciplinary approaches.

The program and all further details can be found in the folder.

Konferenz: Globalized Peripheries. New Approaches to the Atlantic World 1680-1850

Vom 5. – 7. Juli findet an der Europa-Universität Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder) eine Konferenz mit dem Titel  Globalized Peripheries. New Approaches to the Atlantic World 1680-1850 statt.

Den Flyer mit dem Tagungsprogramm finden Sie hier.

Forschungsgespräch des FSP Globalgeschichte: Globalgeschichte von Interaktionen, Transfers, Verflechtungen

Nachdem wir letztes Semester ein internationales Forschungsgespräch zu Untersuchungseinheiten der Globalgeschichte: Weltregion, Weltsystem, Zivilisation, Imperium durchgeführt haben(den Bericht finden Sie hier), stellen wir diesmal Verbindungen in den Mittelpunkt. Wie kann die oft erhobene Forderung, Interaktionen, Transfers, Verflechtungen zum Gegenstand der Forschung zu machen, umgesetzt werden?

Wann: Montag 11.6.2018, 16.30-20.00 Uhr. Wo: Seminarraum Geschichte 2, Hauptgebäude Universität Wien.

Alle weiteren Information sowie das genaue Programm finden Sie hier.

Veranstaltung: Lateinamerika, die Karibik und 1968 / Latinoamérica, el Caribe y el año 1968

Der Forschungs- und Kulturverein für Kontinentalamerika und die Karibik (KONAK) lädt herzlich zur Veranstaltung Lateinamerika, die Karibik und 1968/Latinoamérica, el Caribe y el año 1968 bestehend aus einem Vortrag von Prof. Sergio Guerra Vilaboy (Universidad de La Habana) zum Thema 1968 en la historia de América Latina und einer anschliessenden Paneldiskussion zum Thema The American Dimension of 1968, ein.

Wann: 12. Jänner 2018 von 18-21 Uhr. Wo: Seminarraum 1 Geschichte, Hauptgebäude Universität Wien.

Alle weiteren Informationen finden Sie auf dem Tagungsplakat bzw. dem detailierten Programm.

Conference: (Re)Creating a Global Literary Canon

Organised by Peggy Levitt and Wiebke Sievers 

14th-15th December 2017, University of Vienna

Our conference seeks to explore how and under what conditions canons are successfully challenged and how cultural production is being sanctified in different ways. What is it that enables an author from the cultural periphery to ascend from national to regional or global fame? What new forms of codification are emerging? Our approach is consciously interdisciplinary. We bring comparative and world literature scholars in dialogue with sociologists and anthropologists. The conference also includes a public reading and discussion with Anna Kim and Fiston Mwanza Mujila.

The conference language is English.

Please find the conference programme here: Programme.

If you are interested in attending the conference, we ask you kindly to register online by no later than 1 December 2017Registration.

Call for Papers: Workers beyond Socialist Glorification and Post-Socialist Disavowal: New Perspectives on Eastern European Labour History

The Conference is convened by Rory Archer (UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies/CSEES University of Graz) and Goran Musić (Central European University/CSEES University of Graz) in the framework of a 2014-2018 research project supported by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) Between Class and Nation: Working Class Communities in 1980s Serbia and Montenegro. It takes place from 24 to 27 May 2018 at the University of Vienna in cooperation with the Department of Economic and Social History.

Scholars are invited to to send abstracts (250-500 words) and a short biographical statement to EastLabour@gmail.com by 15 January 2018. Selected presenters will be informed by 10 February 2018. The working language of the conference is English. Please note that the organizers are unable to fund travel and accommodation costs other than a limited number of stipends for junior scholars.

For further information see PDF.

Conference: International Peripheries in International Comparison, 1500 – 2015

When: 20/21 October 2017. Where: University of Vienna, Universitätsring 1, 1010 Wien, Marietta-Blau-Saal.

Fur further information and the detailed program see poster and program.

Konferenz: “Planstädte zur Zeit der Aufklärung”

Am Institut für Osteuropäische Geschichte findet eine Konferenz statt, in der Planstädte des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts in einer vergleichenden Perspektive untersucht werden. Auf der Konferenz werden Planstädte aus allen Teilen Europas, aber auch aus seinen kolonialen Erweiterungen vorgestellt und diskutiert. Wann: 26. bis 28. Oktober 2017. Wo: Hörsaal des Instituts für Osteuropäische Geschichte, Universität Wien.

Das Programm und weitere Informationen finden sie hier und auf der Website des IOG.

Call for Papers: Globalized Peripheries. New Approaches to the Atlantic World 1680-1850

The conference “Globalized Peripheries. New Approaches to the Atlantic World 1680-1850” takes place from the 5th until the 7th of July 2018 at the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder). All interested researchers are invited to participate in the call for papers. Proposals of ca. 300 words as well as a short CV (max. 1 page) should be sent to: globalized-peripheries@europa-uni.de Deadline: October 15th, 2017.

For further information see CFP Globalized Peripheries .

56th International Congress of Americanists

From the 15th to the 20th of July of 2018 the 56th International Congress of Americanists (ICA) will be held at the University of Salamanca, Spain. Under the motto “Universality and particularism in the Americas” this edition of the ICA invites scholars to reflect on the relationship between universality and particularism in the production of knowledge. Closing date for the presentation of paper proposals: 20 October 2017.

For more details click here .

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.

Einladung 9. Workshop Internationale Geschichte – Vertrauen in den internationalen Beziehungen

Am Dienstag den 4. April 2017 findet der 9. Workshop Internationale Geschichte,  zum Thema Vertrauen in den internationalen Beziehungen, moderiert von Dorothea Nolde, statt. Wo: Universität Wien, Hauptgebäude, Tiefparterre, USI 2 (kleiner Hörsaal), Universitätsring 1, 1010 Wien. Wann: Dienstag 4. April 2017, 9:00-13:00.

Anmeldung erforderlich bis 27.3.2017, unter maria.kroker@univie.ac.at.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier.

CfP: (Re)Creating A Global Literary Canon

On 14-15 December 2017 an international conference on (Re)Creating A Global Literary Canon will be held at the University of Vienna. Deadline for proposals: 15 April 2017. For more details see PDF.

Conference ‘Equality: Austria and Taiwan’

An international conference on Equality: Austria and Taiwan will be held at the Departent of East Asian Studies at the University of Vienna, 27 and 28 February 2017. The conference is part of a series of bi-lateral Austrian-Taiwanese Joint Seminars. Organization: Andrea Komlosy and Astrid Lipinsky (both University of Vienna). For further information see Poster.

Meeting: Centres, peripheries and economic integration in history @ WU Wien

The WU Vienna Frontier Research in Economic and Social History (FRESH) hold a one-day conference on Centres, peripheries and economic integration in history. When: 9 December 2016, 9-19h. Where: Vienna University of Economics and Business, Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Vienna. For further details see PDF.

Int. Conference: Development, Solidarity and the Mutual Interest

On 2-3 December 2016 an international conference on development practices in the Cold War era will take place at the University of Vienna (Centrum für Internationale Entwicklung): Development, Solidarity and the Mutual Interest. For more details and the program see PDF

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