Blogs of the Forum Transregionale Studien

The academic blogs of the Forum Transregionale Studien invite you to discuss with us and to learn about new research projects, theses, and scholar profiles. We cooperate with the Max Weber Stiftung – Deutsche Geisteswissenschafliche Institute im Ausland and use the blog portal hypotheses.org that specializes in scientific blogs with regard to the humanities and social sciences.

Trafo—Blog for Transregional Research

Trafo—Blog for Transregional Research
Trafo offers a platform for scholars in the humanities and social sciences who are interested in questions of transregional research. We publish interview, research results, calls for application, news and reports.
ISSN: 2199-2134

Transregional Academies

Transregional Academies
The blog “Transregional Academies” has been documenting our Winter and Summer Academies since 2013. The blog reflects discussions, informs about themes, archives reports, interviews, photos and audio/video material.

From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo

From Traditional to Contemporary Aesthetic Practices in West Africa, Benin and Togo
This blog documents the Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices Travelling Seminar 2015.

WeberWorldCafé

WeberWorldCafé—Transregional Dialogues Between Science, Society, and Culture
The WWC-blog documents WeberWorldCafés to be held biannually. Here you will find information on experts, topics and results of the past and upcoming WeberWorldCafés.

Inequality, Education, and Social Power

Inequality, Education, and Social Power
The IES-blog invites people who are interested in questions of inequality and education to follow the debates of the multi-disciplinary Winter Academy and Conference “Inequality, Education and Social Power: Transregional Perspectives”. Both events took place in Berlin in November 2014.

EUME City

EUME City
The EUME City-blog documents the International Summer Academy
“Conflict and Mobility: Urban Space, Youth and Social Transformations” in Rabat held from 25 August to 5 September 2014.