4 May 2020, 18:00 - official launch presentation of the two CITAS research networks
Kick-Off Workshop KNOW-IN, 24.08.2020, online
Carmen Dexl & Christian Reiß (UR): Knowledge Infrastructures: Circulation, Transfer and Translation of Knowledge across Borders
Chair: Carmen Dexl
Frederic Ponten (UR): Literary Infrastructures of Cosmopolitanism in 18th Century Germany
Ákos Bitter (UR): Transfers and circulations of Knowledge between Central Europe and Russia in the First Half of the 19th century - the Example of Ignaz Aurelius Feßler (1756‐1839)
Antje Kley (FAU): Being Mortal: Literary and Medical Infrastructures of Knowledge Production around Death
Chair: Frederic Ponten
Carmen Dexl (UR): Black Performance Culture in Interwar Europe: The Infrastructures of Transnational Modernism and the Production of Embodied Knowledge
Roland Wittje (IIT Madras): Transnational Scientific and Technological exchanges and entanglements between India and Germany after 1945
Christian Reiß (UR): Oysters, Dams and Forests – the History of Ecology in the early 20th century as an Infrastructural History
Chair: Christian Reiß
Nils Bennemann (UDE): International Organizations as Knowledge Regimes: Practices and Networks
Luminita Gatejel (IOS): Engineering the Lower Danube: Technology and Territoriality in an Imperial Borderland
Dr. Carmen Dexl – Assistant Professor at the Chair of American Studies, Universität Regensburg
Dr. Christian Reiß – Assistant Professor at the Professorship for the History of Science, Universität Regensburg
Dr. Nils Bennemann – Assistant Professor at the Chair of Social- and Economic History, Universität Duisburg-Essen.
Dr. Ákos Bitter – Assistant Professor at the Research Center for German in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe, Universität Regensburg.
Dr. Luminita Gatejel – Senior Researcher at the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies in Regensburg.
Prof. Dr. Antje Kley – Chair of American Studies, esp. Literary Studies, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg.
Julia Maier M.A. – PhD candidate at the Chair of Romance and Comparative Literatures, Universität Potsdam.
Dr. Frederic Ponten – Assistant Professor at the Chair of Modern German Literature, Universität Regensburg
Xiyue Wang M.A. – PhD candidate in the History Department, Princeton University.
Prof. Dr. Roland Wittje – Associate Professor in History of Science and Technology at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras in Chennai, India.