Today, we talk to Stella Kneifel. She joined the University of Erfurt as a PhD student in history in 2018 and the project “Relations in the Ideoscape” in March 2019. She holds degrees in Sociology and Education from the University of Jena (B.A.) and in Middle Eastern Sociology and History from the University of Erfurt (M.A.).
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The German Historical Institute Rome has announced a fellowship together with I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies. It aims to promote research on Africa and cultural exchange with and within...
“It Is Possible to Encounter Surprise Relations in Every Interview, Memoir, and Archive Document” – Interview With Elmin Aliyev
Today, we talk to Elmin Aliyev who holds degrees in Islamic Philosophy from Marmara University (MA) and Baku State University (BA). Within the framework of this project, Aliyev analyses the knowledge relations between Iran and Turkey with special focus on the former USSR and GDR.
“The Dissemination of Knowledge on Iran, the Persian Language, Literature and Culture to the Polish Public” – Interview with Zaur Gasimov
Today, we talk to Zaur Gasimov, who was a Senior Research Fellow at the German Orient Institute in Istanbul, Turkey from 2013 to 2019. In September 2019, he joined the Russian Studies Department of the University of Bonn, Germany.
It comes as no surprise, perhaps, that a socio-historical research project that aims to explore knowledge relations between the Polish People’s Republic and Iraq is in itself very much dependent on different kinds of collaboration.
In 2016, I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, launched the ongoing project “Crossroads Africa.” Recognizing that the sub-Saharan African continent in particular has been anachronistically isolated from Renaissance studies, I...
Wie lässt sich kultur-, fach- und länderübergreifend forschen? Was bewegt Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler und wie finden sie zusammen? Hier im Interview Raoul Motika, Direktor des Orient-Instituts Istanbul.
Von Mustafa Switat In der Zeit des Kalten Krieges bildete der Austausch von Wissen einen der Hauptpunkte der Zusammenarbeit zwischen den Ostblockstaaten und manchen arabischen Ländern, begünstigt durch eine formalisierte technischwissenschaftliche Kooperation. Das wichtigste...