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Tue 05 Jan 2021

On Dersim and the Banality of Evil: The Diary of Yusuf Kenan Akım

Article by Zeynep Türkyilmaz (EUME Fellow 2017-23) on TRAFO – Blog for Transregional Research

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Wed 16 Dec 2020

Dossiers: New open access format launched

The first Dossier »Social Disappearance. Explorations Between Latin America and Eastern Europe« emerges from a workshop …

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Tue 15 Dec 2020

New TRAFO Blog series »Trajectories of Change«

The series presents new research projects on transformation processes in the countries of the so-called European …

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Tue 15 Dec 2020

The Forum will host another scholar at risk thanks to a Philipp Schwartz grant

Through the Philipp Schwartz Initiative, the Forum Transregionale Studien has the opportunity to grant a fellowship to …

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Tue 08 Dec 2020

Whoever Owns Heritage is a Temporary Custodian

Interview with Lebanese film maker and artist Akram Zaatari on our TRAFO Blog

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Akram Zaatari. Against Photography, 2017. Courtesy of the artist.
Mon 02 Nov 2020

»Freiheit« by Yassin Al-Haj Saleh now available open access

The essay »Freiheit. Heimat, Gefängnis, Exil und die Welt« is now available open access at perspectivia.net.

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Wed 28 Oct 2020

Humboldt Ranking 2020: Forum Transregionale Studien in 9th place

In the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation's new ranking, the Forum Transregionale Studien takes 9th place out of 48 …

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Wed 21 Oct 2020

Coronavirus: What Next for Democracy? A Report from the European Forum Alpbach

Neus Vidal-Martí (re:constitution Fellow 2019/20) in #constitutionmatters, part of our #DossierCorona series at the …

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Tue 13 Oct 2020

EUME Berliner Seminar Winter Term 2020/21

Under this winter term’s main theme »Universals and Fragments«, our fellows and other scholars will discuss their …

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Tue 06 Oct 2020

Essay No. 7: Andrii Portnov “Poland and Ukraine: Entangled Histories, Asymmetric Memories”

Andrii Portnov’s “Poland and Ukraine” is the seventh Essay published in our Essay series.

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Wed 09 Sep 2020

EUME Fellows 2020/2021

The research program Europe in the Middle East — The Middle East in Europe (EUME) welcomes its Fellows of the academic …

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Wed 02 Sep 2020

Essay No. 6 is published

The sixth volume in our Essay series is Philip Geisler’s “Cambodian Court Dance After Genocide”.

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Mon 17 Aug 2020

Second Working Paper published

Linda Schneider analyses the jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice in her Working Paper “Responses by the CJEU …

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Mon 10 Aug 2020

Iqbal, German Orientalism and the Making of Modern Mysticism

New article by Razak Khan in the TRAFO blog series “40 Years After Orientalism”

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Mon 06 Jul 2020

Thriving in Isolation and Beyond: The Empowering Poetry of Vasyl Stus

Article by Bohdan Tokarsky (Prisma Ukraïna Fellow 2020/21) in the Los Angeles Review of Books on the writings of …

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Tue 16 Jun 2020

Research in Times of Restricted Civil and Academic Freedom

Through the Philipp Schwartz Initiative, the Forum Transregionale Studien has the opportuniy to grant a fellowship to …

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Mon 15 Jun 2020

TRAFO Working Paper Series Launched

Our new TRAFO Working Paper series was launched with a first issue by Stoyan Panov (re:constitution Fellow 2019-20) …

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Tue 09 Jun 2020

Transnational Solidarities: Will the Pandemic Change Ways of Social and Political Struggle?

Article by Sana Tannoury-Karam in our TRAFO Blog series #DossierCorona — #solidaritymatters

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Thu 07 May 2020

40 Years after Orientalism – New Series on the TRAFO Blog

On the topicality of Edward Said’s “Orientalism” curated by Schirin Amir-Moazami (Freie Universität Berlin)

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[Translate to Englisch:] In Memoriam Edward Wadie Saïd: A Palestinian National Initiative Poster at the Israeli West Bank Wall. Source: Justin McIntosh, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 2.0.
Wed 22 Apr 2020

Freiheit: Heimat, Gefängnis, Exil und die Welt

Just published and hot off the press: Yassin Al-Haj Saleh on freedom and exile.

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