Inhalt des Dokuments
DFG Graduate Research Program 2012-2016
International Graduate Research Program Berlin – New York – Toronto at the CMS
“The World in the City: Metropolitanism and Globalization from the 19th Century to the Present” is the title of the current Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft-funded international and interdisciplinary graduate program, based at the Technische Universität Berlin. (Director Prof. Dr. Dorothee Brantz; Co-Director Prof. Dr. Alexander Nützenadel, HU Berlin.) The project is a cooperative effort between several Berlin (TU, FU, HU Berlin), New York (Columbia University, Fordham University, New York University, The City University of New York) and Toronto (University of Toronto, York University) universities. In the spring of 2015, 12 graduate students and 2 postdoctoral fellows began their dialogue at the cross-section of historical and interdisciplinary urban studies. While urban researchers primarily define globalization as being a current phenomenon, historians have rarely focused on the role of cities within long-term globalization processes. The IGK hopes to close this research gap and offer a relevant contribution to interdisciplinary urban research within 4 thematic areas (architecture and urban planning; migration and mobility; knowledge and communication; environment and sustainability).
Workshop: How to Write and Conceptualize the History of Youth Cultures
The workshop ‘How to Write and Conceptualize the History of Youth Cultures' will endeavor to emphasize the importance of framing the history of youth cultures after the Second World War within larger social and cultural developments of European societies after 1945: that is, shifts in the world economy related to the international division of labour and the emergence of a dominant service sector; geo-politics (the Cold War and after); the transformation of class in society; the end of empire and new patterns of migration; the transformation of gender and sexual relations; new forms of urbanization and urban development; new technologies and the influence of (new) media.
Center for Metropolitanstudies
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Summer Semester 2016 Public Lecture Series
We are happy to announce the return of our Public Lecture Series for the Summer Semester 2016. Please join us at the CMS for these exciting lectures and discussions.
Tuesdays 6 - 8 pm (30-45 minute lecture followed by a discussion)
Center for Metropolitan Studies (CMS)
Hardenbergstr. 16-18, Room 103
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Welcome to the CMS
“Herzlich Willkommen" at the Center for Metropolitan Studies to the New Fellows of the International Graduate Program! They started their exciting three-year-long journey of research today. To find out more about the program, click here