Internationales

World Science Cafe

In the event series World Science Café, fled and threatened scientists offer insights into their research

  

Since the winter term of 2016/17, the ZAK, in cooperation with the International Scholars & Welcome Office (IScO) has been hosting a new series of events during which refugees report about their scientific work. In line with the title-giving café concept, a brief outline will be followed by a discussion about the state of academia in the speakers’ country of origin, in dialogue with a partner who is familiar with the situation in the respective country. What are the consequences a society faces when scientists are unable to continue research in their own country? How can threatened scientists be enabled to continue their work in Germany? How do they enrich and amplify the academic world and German society?

  • Venue: Foyer of the Presidential Building (Adolf Würth Building, bldg. 11.30), Ehrenhof, Engelbert-Arnold-Str. 2, KIT Campus South

Upcoming Lectures:

 

The pandemic situation  unfortunately did not allow for a lecture in  spring. We are planning for the next lecture to take place in late autumn 2020.

 

 

Past Lectures:

 

Migration & Human Trafficking in the Global South: Cameroon to the Arab Gulf States
Dr. Jonathan Ngeh - Global South Studies Center, University of Cologne
Thursday, 13 February 2020, 6 p.m.
 

Neoliberal Regimes and Their Gendered Body-Bio-Politics: The Case of AKP in Turkey
Prof. Dr. Betül Yarar
- Educational Sciences, University of Bremen
Wednesday, 20 June 2018, 6pm

 

Refugees and Migrants – Social and Economic Integration
Afaf Rahim
- Institute for World Economics, University of Kiel
Wednesday, 7 February 2018, 6pm

 

The Syrian Crysis - A Philosophical and Legal Overview
Dr. Anan Alsheikh Haidar
- Institute for International Peace and Security Law, University of Cologne
Tuesday, 12 December 2017, 6pm

 

Wandel der Rechtsstaatlichkeit und Unterdrückung der Meinungsfreiheit
Dr. Zafer Yilmaz
- Fakultät für Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften, Universität Potsdam
Mittwoch, 19 Juli 2017, 18 Uhr

 

On Refugee Lives, or A Note on Human Condition
Prof. Dr. Hande Birkalan-Gedik
- Institut für Soziologie, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
Mittwoch, 15 Februar 2017, 18 Uhr

 

Das syrische Kulturerbe in Krisenzeiten
Prof. Dr. Ammar Abdulrahman
- Institut für die Kulturen des Alten Orients, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
Mittwoch, 01 Februar 2017, 18 Uhr

 

Beteiligung ausländischer Gruppen im Konflikt um Syrien: Status Quo und Zukunftsperspektiven
Prof. Dr. Hussein Almohamad
- Institut für Geographie, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen
Mittwoch, 30 November 2016, 18 Uhr