Posts mit dem Tag »Affected Scientists«

Zum Affekt des Ressentiments: Psychoanalytikerin Cynthia Fleury zu Gast

„Raus aus der Verbitterung, rein in die Gesellschaft!“, lautete eine vorläufige Antwort in Form einer Doppelveranstaltung, organisiert vom SFB „Affective Societies“ und dem Institut français Berlin. Zusammen luden sie die französische Philosophin und Psychoanalytikerin Cynthia Fleury zum Gespräch mit der Journalistin und Autorin Carolin Emcke und einem Workshop an der FU Berlin ein. Anlass des Gesprächs war Fleurys jüngst übersetztes Buch Hier liegt Bitterkeit begraben.

Affective societies, affected scientists! 5 Questions to Bilgin Ayata, Cilja Harders, Ricarda Ameling, bahar fırat and Idil Deniz Sakar

After eight years of intensive research, the project collaboration of team C01 with their current research on “Emotion and Affect within the Context of Authoritarian Transformations” within the CRC Affective Societies ends this summer. As a small farewell, they have given us answers to our “5 Questions…” series. 1.) Which research question affects you at … weiterlesen

The Potential of Religious Studies for Affect Theory’s “Structure-Bodies-Problem”

Affect, Politics and Religion in Iceland Religion in politics is a contested field even without taking its affective and emotional dynamics into account. But exactly this was the aim of our workshop Affect, Politics, and Religion (held by Ricarda Ameling, Aletta Diefenbach and Antje Kahl) that took place at the end of July 2022, for which … weiterlesen

Affective societies, affected scientists! 5 Fragen an Prof. Dr. Birgit Sauer

In der Interview-Reihe „Affective societies, affected scientists!“ beantworten Neu-Mitglieder, assoziierte Kolleg:innen und Wissenschaftler:innen auf Stippvisite oder mit längerem Aufenthalt im Sonderforschungsbereich „Affective Societies“ Fragen zur Affektivität und Emotionalität in Wissenschaft und Gegenwart. Heute stellen wir Prof. Dr. Birgit Sauer vor. Sie ist Professorin für Politikwissenschaft an der Universität Wien und unter anderem Sprecherin des Forschungsschwerpunkts … weiterlesen

Affective societies, affected scientists! 5 Questions to Mohammed Bamyeh

The interview series poses questions concerning the role of affects and emotions in research practice and contemporary society to researchers on short-term visit and associate members of the Collaborative Research Center “Affective Societies”. Today we introduce Mohammed Bamyeh. He is Professor of Sociology at the University of Pittsburgh (USA), and President of the Board of … weiterlesen

How to decolonize knowledge production? Thoughts on the recently launched Affect and Colonialism Web Lab

As researchers at a Western university, we are working in an environment that is deeply structured by hierarchies, by neoliberal economic logics and an unequal distribution of possibilities. This situation is also a direct result of colonialism and its legacies – a fact that is often overlooked and therefore remains a blind spot in much … weiterlesen

Looking Local: Affective Benefits and Burdens in the Academy

In the current moment we are bearing witness to a rising tide of negative affect among academics. #Ichbinhanna comprises just one example of a wider global movement that has been swept to the fore by increasingly competitive, exploitative, and precarious working conditions; conditions which are encouraged under the corporate university model, and which university administrators … weiterlesen

Affective societies, affected scientists! 5 Questions to Annemarie Samuels

The interview series poses questions concerning the role of affects and emotions in research practice and contemporary society to researchers on short-term visit and associate members of the Collaborative Research Center “Affective Societies”. Today we introduce Annemarie Samuels. She is an assistant professor at the Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology at Leiden University. On April 29th, she … weiterlesen

Affective societies, affected scientists! 5 Fragen an Thi Quynh-Nhu Tran

In der Interview-Reihe „Affective societies, affected scientists!“ beantworten Neu-Mitglieder, assoziierte Kolleg:innen und Wissenschaftler:innen auf Stippvisite oder mit längerem Aufenthalt im Sonderforschungsbereich „Affective Societies“ Fragen zur Affektivität und Emotionalität in Wissenschaft und Gegenwart. Heute stellen wir die Psychologin und neue wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im Projekt A02 vor. Thi Quynh-Nhu Tran arbeitet und forscht in der Spezialambulanz für Vietnamesische Migrant:innen an … weiterlesen

Affective societies, affected scientists! 5 Questions to Steffi de Jong

The interview series poses questions concerning the role of affects and emotions in research practice and contemporary society to researchers on short-term visit and associate members of the Collaborative Research Center “Affective Societies”. Today, we introduce Steffi de Jong who is a historian at University of Cologne. During the lecture series Affective Publics: places – … weiterlesen