Affective Societies, affected scientists! Five questions to Michael Richardson

The interview series poses questions concerning the role of affects and emotions in research practice and contemporary society to researches on short-term visit and associate members of the Collaborative Research Center „Affective Societies“. Today, we introduce Michael Richardson who is a lecturer in the School of the Arts and Media at the University of New … weiterlesen

Affective societies, affected scientists! Five questions to Lara Baladi

The interview series poses questions concerning the role of affects and emotions in research practice and contemporary society to researches on short-term visit and associate members of the Collaborative Research Center „Affective Societies“. Today, we introduce Lara Baladi, an Egyptian-Lebanese multidisciplinary artist, archivist and educator. In her investigations into archives, personal histories, socio-political narratives and … weiterlesen

Affective societies, affected scientists! Five questions to Greg Seigworth

The interview series poses questions concerning the role of affects and emotions in research practice and contemporary society to researches on short-term visit and associate members of the Collaborative Research Center „Affective Societies“. Today, we introduce Greg Seigworth, who is Professor of Communication Studies in the Department of Communication and Theatre at Millersville University in … weiterlesen

Affective societies, affected scientists! Five questions to Mathew Arthur

The interview series poses questions concerning the role of affects and emotions in research practice and contemporary society to researches on short-term visit and associate members of the Collaborative Research Center „Affective Societies“. Today, we introduce Mathew Arthur, who is design and web application Developer based in Vancouver. Together with Greg Seigworth he‘s co-editing Capacious. … weiterlesen

Affective Societies, affected scientists! Five questions to Jean-Baptiste Pettier

The interview series poses questions concerning the role of affects and emotions in research practice and contemporary society to researches on short-term visit and associate members of the Collaborative Research Center „Affective Societies“. Today, we introduce Jean-Baptiste Pettier who has a PhD in social anthropology from the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, with … weiterlesen

Affective societies, affected scientists! Five questions to Adam Alston

The interview series poses questions concerning the role of affects and emotions in research practice and contemporary society to researches on short-term visit and associate members of the Collaborative Research Center „Affective Societies“. Today, we introduce Adam Alston who is Lecturer in Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Surrey. His research explores the … weiterlesen

Affective societies, affected scientists! Fünf Fragen an Oliver Lubrich

In der Interview-Reihe „Affective societies, affected scientists!“ beantworten Wissenschaftler*innen auf Stippvisite oder mit längerem Aufenthalt im Sonderforschungsbereich „Affective Societies“ Fragen zur Affektivität und Emotionalität in Wissenschaft und Gegenwart. Heute stellen wir Oliver Lubrich vor, der seit 2011 Professor für Germanistik und Komparatistik an der Universität Bern ist. Einer seiner Forschungsschwerpunkte ist die Reiseliteratur – etwa … weiterlesen

Affective societies, affected scientists! Five questions to Thomas Stodulka

The interview series poses questions concerning the role of affects and emotions in research practice and contemporary society to researches on short-term visit and associate members of the Collaborative Research Center „Affective Societies“. Today, we introduce Thomas Stodulka who is Junior Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology, with a special focus on Psychological Anthropology, at … weiterlesen

Der „geheime“ oder der „un-heimliche“ Text: Terézia Mora im Gespräch

Schlägt man Terézia Moras Roman Das Ungeheuer (2013) auf, so fällt sofort die ungewöhnliche grafische Gestaltung des Buches auf: ein horizontaler Strich teilt jede Seite in zwei Hälften. Während der obere Text, eine Art Reiseroman, aus der Perspektive von Darius Kopp erzählt wird, enthält die untere Seite die Tagebuchdateien seiner durch Suizid umgekommenen Frau Flora. … weiterlesen

#MachtDieHandykameraDirAngst?

Ein Gespräch zwischen Irene Chabr und Kerstin Schankweiler über Selfie-Proteste in den sozialen Medien Der folgende Textbeitrag ist die gekürzte Version eines Gesprächs zwischen der Kunsthistorikerin Kerstin Schankweiler und der Künstlerin Irene Chabr, das 2016 im Rahmen eines Kooperationsprojekts zu „Selfie-Protesten“ an der FU Berlin stattfand und in voller Länge im Sammelband „Handeln mit Bildern. … weiterlesen