Lehrveranstaltungen im laufenden Semester

Übung Neuere Geschichte: Europe and the world: entangled perspectives through objects and knowledge

Dozent:innen: Sabina Brevaglieri
Kurzname: Ü.Neuere.Geschichte
Kurs-Nr.: 07.068.200
Kurstyp: Übung

Voraussetzungen / Organisatorisches

Keine besonderen Zugangsvoraussetzungen.
B.A. Geschichte: Diese Übung ist Bestandteil des Moduls 4 (Neuere Geschichte). Die Übung ist unbenotet; vorausgesetzt wird eine aktive Teilnahme an der Übung.
B.A. KF, M.A., M.Ed. Geschichte: Diese Übung ist Teil des Aufbaumoduls Neuzeit. Die Übung ist unbenotet; vorausgesetzt wird eine aktive Teilnahme an der Übung.

Digitale Lehre

Kurzbeschreibung :
2. Training-through research activity

The course entails training through-research experience, which will be prepared during the classes and carried out by students themselves in Rheinland-Pfalz territory libraries with the support of a local librarian. The work meeting in the libraries will be organized at the beginning of the course. This activity also entails making a video-clip, which will then be presented (together with further similar materials collected at an international level) during the international workshop Paper heritage Making: Mexican Treasury and Baroque Rome, convened by Sabina Brevaglieri in Rome on June 27-28. Online participation at the workshop is required (at least one session) as integral to the course. The training through research activity will substitute two classes (July 12 and 19). Further details will be discussed at the beginning of the course. For any urgent questions or doubts, please contact Sabina Brevaglieri brevagli@uni-mainz.de


Inhalt der Veranstaltungen

Kurzbeschreibung :
1. Europe and the world: entangled perspectives through objects and knowledge

This module will be held in English. Seminar sessions will explore the global lives of things and their complex sedimentations, including knowledge making and circulations beyond rigid dichotomies through an entangled perspective between Europe and the worlds. This module invites students to re-think the plural spatial and cultural dimension of phenomena such as Heritage, Diplomacy, Art, Cosmopolitanism, and Christianity, and engage them with agencies, cultural mediation and asymmetric negotiations across the worlds. The course aims at providing students with up-to date historical scholarship and interdisciplinary methodological tools, as well as innovative internationally-scaled training-through-research experience. Active participation will be an essential requirement. Seminar sessions will include presentations, discussions, and work on sources. The first session will consist of a reading. A course introduction and discussion will follow in the opening session on April 26.


Vorbereitende Literatur

Kurzbeschreibung :
Nicholas Thomas Materiality, gifts, histories, and collections : reflections on "Entangled obje

First session April 26 Reading: Nicholas Thomas, Materiality, gifts, histories, and collections : reflections on "Entangled objects". 2021 In: West 86th, Volume 28, number1 (spring-summer 2021), pp. 3-18 -------------------- Further Literature Nicholas. THOMAS, Entangled Objects : Exchange, Material Culture, and Colonialism in the Pacific, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1991 JGU UB online



Datum (Wochentag) Zeit Ort
19.04.2022 (Dienstag) 10:15 - 11:45 Online
26.04.2022 (Dienstag) 10:15 - 11:45 Online
03.05.2022 (Dienstag) 10:15 - 11:45 Online
17.05.2022 (Dienstag) 10:15 - 11:45 Online
10.05.2022 (Dienstag) 10:15 - 11:45 Online
24.05.2022 (Dienstag) 10:15 - 11:45 Online
31.05.2022 (Dienstag) 10:15 - 11:45 Online
07.06.2022 (Dienstag) 10:15 - 11:45 Online
14.06.2022 (Dienstag) 10:15 - 11:45 Online
21.06.2022 (Dienstag) 10:15 - 11:45 Online
28.06.2022 (Dienstag) 10:15 - 11:45 Online
05.07.2022 (Dienstag) 10:15 - 11:45 Online
12.07.2022 (Dienstag) 10:15 - 11:45 Online
19.07.2022 (Dienstag) 10:15 - 11:45 Online