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1811, 2021

Project-making and discourse imperialism instead of cooperation and innovation? Some re-flections on my experiences in the European research area

By |November 18th, 2021|

German By Peter-Paul Bänziger (University of Basel) In a 2017 interview, Tuğrul Erbaydar, a physician and founding member of AİDS Savaşım Derneği (Association for the Fight against AIDS), explored the history of AIDS and HIV in 1990s Turkey. Among other things, [...]

511, 2021

Knowledge and Power: The Languages of Academia

By |November 5th, 2021|

Italian By Christian De Vito (Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies) This text was originally written 2019 in Italian, and published under the title Sapere e potere: le lingue dell’accademia in the journal Zapruder, no. 52 (2020): 193–200. It is [...]

2910, 2021

Empowerment of new actors and homogenisation of perspectives? The ambivalent effects of European research funding on academic work in the field of rural and agrarian history. A call for a debate.

By |October 29th, 2021|

German By Peter Moser (Archives of Rural History, Bern) Somewhat parallel to the rise of economic and social history, a marginalisation of agricultural historical research and the securing and indexing of sources relating to rural society from the 19th and 20th [...]

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