The focus of this semester is on the translation and operationalization of social scientific concepts in specific historical contexts and socio-cultural environments. The colloquium will engage with methodological and theoretical issues bearing on the translation of concepts across regions, across disciplines, and across academic and non-academic contexts.
Wed 29.09.2021, 12.15-14.00
Retribalization across time and space
Tebuho Winnie Kanyimba & Matthias Maurer Rueda (Centre for African Studies Basel/Department of Social Sciences, University of Basel)
Wed 13.10.2021, 12.15-14.00
Elísio Macamo (Centre for African Studies Basel/Department of Social Sciences, University of Basel)
Wed 27.10.2021, 12.15-14.00
Unspent Funds: Mobilisation and Accountability Post-COVID
Sruthi Herbert (University of Edinburgh), Christine Lutringer (Graduate Institute Geneva)
Wed 10.11.2021, 12.15-14.00
Chatterjee Revisited: Contextualizing Political Societies
Stephan Hochleithner & Benedikt Korf (Department of Geography, University of Zurich)
New date: Wed 01.12.2021, 12.15-14.00
Translating Forms of Knowledge
Maria Paula Meneses (Centro de Estudos Sociais e Económicos, Universidade de Coimbra)
Wed 08.12.2021, 12.15-14.00
Ralph Weber (Institute of European Global Studies, University of Basel)
The colloquium takes place online via Zoom. If you are interested in participating, please register via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
PhD candidates and advanced MA students can earn credits (3 ECTS credit points). In order to do so, participants should write a report on one of the sessions.
PhD candidates and students at the University of Basel can register for the course via MOnA (course no. 62347-01).
PhD candidates and students at other Swiss universities can register via the University of Basel Student Administration Office.