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Presentations of B02 at the Dreiländertagung ""#Kommunikation #(R)Evolution"

At the three-country conference for communication 2021 "#Kommunikation #(R)Evolution
Zum Wandel der Kommunikation in der digitalen Gesellschaft" the sub-project B02 took part with two contributions.

Lecture Series "Mobility Affects"

The interdisciplinary and cross institutional lecture series takes into account the affective dynamics in postmigrant societies from various points of view.

Teststrecke Berlin

scientific communication in the humanities, 24.-25.09.2020

Do the humanities have a special obligation to name and reflect cultural developments? What role does the communication of humanistic insight play in the solidarity of a society?

Lecture and Workshop by Kamari Clarke

February 09-10, 2016
Invited by Olaf Zenker and his research project B04, Kamari Clarke gave a lecture and hosted a workshop at the department for socio-cultural anthopology on the topic of "Affective Justice and the Politics of Sentimentality: The International Criminal Court in Africa".

Slamming Affective Societies

To celebrate the opening of the second research phase, the CRC Affective Socities hosted a festive science slam in the foyer of the Museen Dahlem.

Conference: "Affekte - Medien - Macht"

Project B02 "Transcultural Emotional Repertoires in and by Reality TV", in collaboration with the the German Association of Communication Research (DGPuK) division “Sociology of Media and Communication”, organized a conference under the title "Affects - Media - Power" from June 29th to July 1st in Berlin.

Lecture and Workshop by Adam Branch

"The Trial of Dominic Ongwen: Rupturing Narratives of Responsibilty" - Adam Branch, lecturer at the Department for Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge was invited to give a talk at the CRC Affective Societies by Olaf Zenker, head of project B04.

Lecture by Hartmut Rosa

On January 5th 2017 the CRC Affective Societies was happy to welcome sociologist Hartmut Rosa (University of Jena), who gave a talk titled "Kritik der digitalen Resonanzverhältnisse. Über die psychoemotionale Grundierung unserer Weltbeziehungen" (Ciritique of the digital relation of resonance. On the psycho-emotional foundation of our world relationships, in German).

Lecture and Workshop by Thomas Scheffer

Thomas Scheffer, invited by Olaf Zenker (head of project B04), gave a lecture titled "States-at-Work: The Trans-Sequential Analysis of Procedural Work", followed by a workshop on his method of trans-sequential analysis.

International Conference Affective Relationality

April 21-23, 2016:
Presenting international case studies and theoretical contributions from the fields of social and cultural anthropology, sociology, cultural geography and culture and media studies, this conference gives shape to affective relationality as a fundamental dimension of human reality.