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Sommersemester 2014

Sofern nichts anderes angegeben ist, finden die Veranstaltungen jeweils dienstags um 18:00 Uhr in der Reichardtstraße 6 im Seminarraum statt.

Tuesday, April 8
3-4 pm
Lesekreis Lateinamerikanisches Denken

WiP Group Workshop

WiP I: Donnerstag, 24. April 2014, 10:00-17:00 Uhr (Michael Kohs, Daniel Pateisky, Özgür Ucar, Lucia Facchini),

WiP II: Mittwoch, 21. Mai 2014, 10:00-17:00 Uhr (Stefan Knauß, Sophie Pfaff, Boris Wille),

organisiert von Daniele Cantini, Ralph Buchenhorst und James Thompson

Study Group Workshop "Social and Practical Theory "

04.06.2014, 10-18 Uhr

organisiert von Daniele Cantini, Ralph Buchenhorst und James Thompson

Voraussichtliche Leseliste:

  1. Schatzki, Theodore. “Practice Mind-ed Orders”
  2. Knorr-Cetina, Karin. “Objectual Practice”
  3. Thévenot, Laurent. “Pragmatic Regimes Governing the Engagement with the World”
  4. Stern, David. “The Practical Turn”
  5. Dewey, John. “Does Reality Possess Practical Character”
  6. Reckwitz, Andreas. “Toward a Theory of Social Practices”

Weitere Literatur:

  1. Pickering, Andrew. “Practice and Posthumanism: Social Theory and a History of Agency”
  2. Turner, Stephan. “Throwing Out the Tacit Rule Book: Learning and Practices”
  3. Bourdieu, Pierre. „Outline of a Theory of Practice“ (Chapter 2)

Workshop "Doing global/multi-sited ethnography" with Kathy Davis (Amsterdam)

Papers will be presented by Daniel Pateisky (SCM), Sophie Pfaff (SCM), Maria Jakob (Institut für Kulturwissenschaften, Leipzig), and Philipp Schäfer (Universität Leipzig).


  • Kathy Davis (forthcoming). "Dancing Tango. Passionate encounters in a globalizing world", "Introduction" and "Chapter 6". Please write to Oliver-Pierre Rudolph, and ask for copies if you want to participate in the workshop.
  • Marcus, George E. 1995. “Ethnography in/of the World System: The Emergence of Multi-Sited Ethnography”, in: Annual Review of Anthropology 24:95-117.
  • Burawoy, Michael, Joseph A. Blum, Sheba George, Zsuzsa Gille, Teresa Gowan, Lynne Hanley, Maren Klawiter, Steven H. Lopez, Seán Ó Riain, and Millie Thayer. 2000. Global Ethnography: Forces, connections, and imaginations in a postmodern world. Berkeley: University of California Press, "Introduction", 1-47.

Lesekreis "Lateinamerikanisches Denken"

The aim of this reading group is to treat texts by Latin-American thinkers dealing with the particular situation of societies in the Ibero-American linguistic and cultural realm. The main issues are the colonial past, questions of the specific cultural identity and alternative representations of social and epistemic orders in South-America. While many of the texts are in Spanish we will also consider English and German translations.

The reading group is open to anyone interested.

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