The conference „Contested Knowledge in a Connected World” brought together institutes of the Max Weber Foundation and their researchers from the large-scale research project “Knowledge Unbound: Internationalisation, Networking, Innovation in and by the Max Weber Stiftung”.
Tagged: Knowledge Transfer
By Jane Freeland, Christina von Hodenberg and Emily Steinhauer | The second meeting of the International Standing Working Group on Medialization and Empowerment was held virtually between December 10 and 12, 2020.
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.
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...
Today, we talk to Benjamin Beuerle, who is a research fellow at the German Historical Institute Moscow.
“I Am Looking at Documents Held in the Provincial Archives at the Sino-Russian Border and in Taiwan” – Interview with Christina Till
Today, we talk to Christina Till. She is a postdoctoral researcher at the Beijing Branch Office of Max Weber Foundation and a member of the international research project “Knowledge Unbound” and the submodule “Interaction and Knowledge in the Pacific Region: Entanglements and Disentanglements“.
“A Closer Look at the Experiences of Iraqis and Poles Involved in the Academic Exchange” – Interview with Dorota Woroniecka-Krzyzanowska
Today, we talk to Dorota Woroniecka-Krzyzanowska who received her PhD in social sciences from the Polish Academy of Sciences and a BA in Arabic linguistics and culture from the University of Warsaw.
“By Following the Lives of Enslaved People and Traders, It Is Possible to Infer How Knowledge Circulated” – Interview With Carlo Taviani
Today, we talk to Carlo Taviani who is a fellow at the Deutsches Historisches Institut in Rome.