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December 2017
ZHG 1.142

Dr. Jürgen DINKEL (Gießen): “Der reiche Onkel aus Amerika” – Erbpraktiken und Vermögenstransfers unter Migranten)

December 13 at 18:00 - 20:00
Platz der Göttinger Sieben 5
Göttingen, 37073 Germany
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https://www.uni-goettingen.de/de/98813.html

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KWZ 0.609

Prof. Jeffrey Wassertrom (UC Irvine): China and the World in 1900: Stories of the Boxers and the First Global War)

December 13 at 18:00 - 20:00
Heinrich-Düker-Weg 14
Göttingen, 37073 Germany
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This illustrated lecture, entitled “China and the World in 1900: Stories of the Boxers and the First Global War,” revisits the anti-Christian uprising and international invasion that convulsed the Qing Empire during the final year of the nineteenth century, paying particular attention to the varied ways these events were understood in different places at the time and the diverse kinds of stories that have been told about them since. As different as the world of 1900 is from our own,…

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Hörsaal AP 26 (ZESS)

Prof. Dr. Peter Burschel: Zur Kulturellen Codierung von Hautfarben in der frühen Neuzeit)

December 13 at 18:15 - 20:00
Goßlerstr. 10
Göttingen, 37073 Germany
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http://www.uni-goettingen.de/de/414911.html

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Library Hall

Justin Gest (George Mason University, Arlington/VA): “The market model: convergence and variation in immigration regimes worldwide”

December 14 at 14:15 - 16:00
Hermann-Föge-Weg 11
Göttingen, 37073 Germany
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This lecture introduces a new way to conceptualize migration regimes and how one might measure their outcomes in a valid and reliable manner across countries and time. Based on a database that systematically measures these dimensions and their constitutive demographic metrics for 30 countries, Justin Gest generates a new taxonomy of migration regimes. In the end, he will also undertake a preliminary causal analysis of what drives variation in cross-national immigration governance. Justin Gest is an Assistant Professor of Public…

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SOFI Göttingen

Nicole Mayer-Ahuja (SOFI):Die Globalität unsicherer Arbeit als konzeptionelle Provokation: Zum Zusammenhang zwischen Informalität im Globalen Süden und Prekarität im globalen Norden

December 15 at 14:15 - 16:30
Friedländer Weg 31
Göttingen, 37085 Germany
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Forschungskolloquium Soziologisches Forschungsinstitut http://www.sofi-goettingen.de/de/veranstaltungen/veranstaltungsdetails/news/forschungskolloquium-wintersemester-201718/

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