Archives

Francesco Della Puppa
Francesco Della Puppa, Fixed-term Researcher 2017-19, Venice 1000 690 domonda

Francesco Della Puppa, Fixed-term Researcher 2017-19, Venice

As a sociologist and ethnographer, I observe young people of migrant origin and their artistic productions as actors of social change.

Frank Schumann, Fellow, Berlin 1024 709 Susann Schmeisser

Frank Schumann, Fellow, Berlin

Everyday critique can be seen as an attempt to regain a sense of order in an otherwise uncertain or irritating social reality. Understanding critique thus means uncovering the shared images of a normative social order that form its basis.

Giovanni Lapis
Giovanni Lapis, Ph.D. Student, Venice 1000 690 domonda

Giovanni Lapis, Ph.D. Student, Venice

The study of East Asian religions can broaden our horizons and foster critical self-reflection. I find great challenges and potential in religious and intercultural education.

HANNAH BAKER, POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, EXPERTISE UNDER PRESSURE, CAMBRIDGE 1000 690 Una Yeung

HANNAH BAKER, POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, EXPERTISE UNDER PRESSURE, CAMBRIDGE

Expertise is under increasing scrutiny. This scrutiny needs to be embraced and understood if we are to resolve this age of disinformation.

IAN ROBERTS, PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR, GIVING VOICE TO DIGITAL DEMOCRACIES, CAMBRIDGE 1000 690 Una Yeung

IAN ROBERTS, PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR, GIVING VOICE TO DIGITAL DEMOCRACIES, CAMBRIDGE

‘Giving Voice to Digital Democracies’ has an extremely timely, indeed necessary, role to play in bringing the traditional values and expertise of the humanities to bear to resolve the human dilemmas the modern information age has created.

Ilenia Pittui
Ilenia Pittui, Ph.D. Student, Venice 1000 690 domonda

Ilenia Pittui, Ph.D. Student, Venice

In the past images were used to speak to illiterate people. Are we still capable of reading them?

Isette Schuhmacher
Isette Schuhmacher, Research Assistant, Berlin 1000 689 Nina Rismal

Isette Schuhmacher, Research Assistant, Berlin

Historical change in line with a hegelian-marxian tradition comes about and runs through contradictory processes and crises. Given that currently emancipatory transformation is in a crisis, we need to uncover the inconsistencies, debris and hardenings that block its proceeding.

Jan Dutkiewicz
Jan Dutkiewicz, Dissertation Fellow 2017/18, Santa Barbara 1000 690 domonda

Jan Dutkiewicz, Dissertation Fellow 2017/18, Santa Barbara

As a political economist, I find in the humanities the intellectual and moral tools necessary to study social change in a world increasingly in thrall to market forces.

Karen Ng
Karen Ng, Fellow, Berlin 1000 689 Nina Rismal

Karen Ng, Fellow, Berlin

The humanities help us understand and explore the potentialities of the human form of life. How can we transform human societies such that the free development of each is the condition for the free development of all?

Laura Calvaresi
Laura Calvaresi, Ph.D. student, Venice 1024 794 wernecke

Laura Calvaresi, Ph.D. student, Venice

Economics never existed without an ethical discourse. How did the world of Medieval merchants express itself? How does it speak to us?