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TALK: The Political Fairytale: Little Red Riding Hood in Palestine, by Loaay Wattad

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin, Fabeckstraße 23/25, Dahlem Room -1.1062 (souterrain), or remote participation via WebEx.

07.03.2024 | 12:00

International Workshop - Threat from the East

Freie Universität Berlin, Universität Hamburg and Berliner Antike-Kolleg present an International Workshop on the Eurasian Steppe Region as a Reservoir of Conflict and Motor of Innovation at Berlin-Dahlem on the 11th and 12th of March 2024.

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin Room 2.2058 (2nd floor) at Fabeckstr. 23/25 ('Holzlaube') 14195 Berlin [ by public transport: tube U3 Dahlem-Dorf S-Bahn S1 Botanischer Garten]

11.03.2024 - 12.03.2024

Gastvortrag von Dr. Olena Romanova

Ort: Holzlaube, Raum 2.2058

30.04.2024 | 18:00 - 20:00

VORTRAG: Gallands Übersetzung der "Mille et une nuits" und 'orientalische' Akteure im 17. und frühen 18. Jahrhundert — Johannes Stephan

TAGUNG ,Schöne Europäerinnen', ,Beutetürkin' und ,schwartze Africaner': Galanterie, Kolonialismus und Orientalismus um 1700.

Ort: Veranstaltung in Präsenz, Wandersleben bei Erfurt.

30.05.2024 | 17:30

TALK: The Manuscript Corpus of the Majmaʿ al-Gharāʾib: A Case Study in Textual Transmission, by Guglielmo Zucconi

Research colloquium Beatrice Gruendler

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin, Seminar for Semitic and Arabic Studies Fabeckstraße 23/25, 14195 Berlin-Dahlem Room –1.1062 (souterrain), or remote participation via WebEx.

06.06.2024 | 12:00

VORTRAG: Die "Nabatäische Landwirtschaft" (Bagdad, 10. Jh.) und andere Pseudoübersetzungen: Was sie uns zu Übersetzungen sagen — Isabel Toral

Der verschobene Termin aus Januar 2024 wird jetzt nachgeholt. Institut für Arabistik und Islamwissenschaft Universität Münster

Ort: Der Vortrag findet in Präsenz statt. Universität Münster Institut für Arabistik und Islamwissenschaft: www.uni-muenster.de/arabistikislam

17.07.2024 | 18:00

TALK: Al-Jildaki, the Hierotechnical Tradition, and the Rhetoric of a Chemical Commentary, by Alexandre M. Roberts

Dr. Alexandre M. Roberts gives a talk on Nihāyat al-ṭalab fī sharḥ al-Muktasab , a commentary on a single, concise treatise on gold-making, by the fourteenth-century scholar ʿIzz al-Dīn Aydamir ibn ʿAlī ibn Aydamir al-Jildakī.

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin, Fabeckstraße 23/25, Dahlem Room -1.1062 (souterrain), or remote participation via WebEx.

15.02.2024 | 12:00 c.t.
14.02.2024 | 09:30 - 12:30

Ricardo Marquez: Eine Photographie im Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum und ihre Verbindung zu einem Massenmord im deutsch kolonisierten Kamerun

Der Vortrag findet im Rahmen des von Anna Brus geleiteteten Kolloquiums zur Kunst Afrikas statt. Interessierte sind sehr herzlich willkommen!

Ort: A 320 Koserstr. 20

13.02.2024 | 18:00 c.t. - 20:00

The 2024 Korean Cinema with Hyangjin Lee

By now, the renaissance of Korean cinema, culminating most visibly in the success of Parasite (2019) at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival and the 92nd Academy Awards, is well known.  But few have spoken about the hidden force behind its global success–a group of female producers and directors, who have spearheaded its most recent wave of popularity by producing films of diverse genres, appealing to global audiences of different ages, backgrounds and tastes.  The breadth of their collective works ranges from the social critiques of Next Sohee (2022) to the blockbuster action comedy of EXIT (2019).   <The 2024 Korean Cinema with Hyangjin Lee> focuses on those who draw sympathy and solidarity between global audiences, offering them a new cinematic experience of historical memories from a woman’s perspective. The three films chosen for this year are: Taxi Driver (2017), a story of German journalist Jürgen Hinzpeter and taxi driver Kim Sa-bok who witnessed the struggles of citizens for the May 18 Gwangju Democratization Movement together; The Age of Shadows (2016), the first Korean film produced and distributed by Warner Bros, which dramatizes espionage set in the Japanese forced occupation period; and Sugung-The Underwater Palace (2023) which documents a story of women pansori, the disappearing Sugunga . Border-crossing and transnational memories are key words chosen for <The 2024 Korean Cinema with Hyangjin Lee> to hear the silenced voices of women rewriting history.

Ort: Capitol Dahlem Thielallee 36, 14195 Berlin und Institut für Koreastudien Otto-von-Simson-Str. 11 14195 Berlin

13.02.2024 - 15.02.2024

ISME STUDENT SESSION: Reclaiming Identities – Cultural Resilience Amidst Disappearances, by ISME students

Panel discussion (hybrid), Holzlaube Seminarraum 2.2058, or via Webex https://shorturl.at/owGHN . The session is part of the lecture series ‘Memory and Forgetting (in) the Middle East’ and was convened by the student team. . . . .

Ort: Panel discussion (hybrid) "Holzlaube", Fabeckstraße 23/25 Seminarraum 2.2058 Webex: https://shorturl.at/owGHN

12.02.2024 | 16:00

Antisemitismus in und aus der Türkei

Ort: -1.2009 Fabeckstr. 23/25 | 14195 Berlin

08.02.2024 | 18:00

Antisemitismus in und aus der Türkei

Ort: -1.2009 Fabeckstr. 23/25 | 14195 Berlin

08.02.2024 | 18:00

Vortrag Elisa Roßberger (FU Berlin): Bilder zählen. Das Projekt "Annotated Corpus of Ancient West Asian Imagery: Cylinder Seals".

Frau Prof. Dr. Elisa Roßberger hält im Rahmen des Forschungskolloquiums im WS 2023/24 einen Vortrag mit dem Titel: "Bilder zählen. Das Projekt: "Annotated Corpus of Ancient West Asian Imagery: Cylinder Seals".

Ort: FU Berlin Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften Institut für Vorderasiatische Archäologie Fabeckstr. 23-25 14195 Berlin "Holzlaube" Raum: 0.2052

08.02.2024 | 16:15 - 17:45
07.02.2024 | 17:00

Ines Eben v. Racknitz in MAGEA Lecture Series "Research Fields in Global East Asia"

Ort: R. 1.2058 Holzlaube, Fabeckstrasse 23-25 14195 Berlin

07.02.2024 | 10:00 - 12:00

DHC | Lecture mit Etienne Benson

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin Seminarzentrum, Raum L 116 Otto-von-Simson-Straße 26 14195 Berlin

06.02.2024 | 18:15

Lawrence Ka-Ki Ho (Education University of Hong Kong): The Sociology of Policing after COVID19

Ort: Library (006) Graduate School Villa Hittorfstr. 18 14195 Berlin

06.02.2024 | 16:00 - 18:00

Ausstellung: "Four Women - Four Stories"

Ort: Neue Zukunft am Ostkreuz Alt Stralau 68 10245 Berlin

05.02.2024 | 19:00

KEC Special Lecture Series on North Korea

When was North Korea's state system formed? There are varying opinions on this matter. Some suggest it was in the 1930s when the country was actively engaged in anti-Japanese activities. Others argue for the 1960s, citing the establishment of a unitary system, while some point to the 1980s when the successor system was solidified. However, the 1950s are often considered the pivotal period, as it was during this decade that the foundational elements of the social and economic system were put in place. Pyongyang was designated as the capital city, and significant growth occurred in the industrial sector. In light of these historical considerations, we have organized three lectures aimed at delving into the process of North Korea's National System Building during the 1950s. Through these lectures, we aim to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of North Korea's new strategy in the 2000s, centered around the reconstruction of its national system. 

Ort: Online (Webex)

05.02.2024 | 16:15 - 17:45

Vortrag Annette Imhausen

Ort: Institut für Wissensgeschichte des Altertums, Arnimallee 10, Room 010, 14195 Berlin

05.02.2024 | 16:00

Making History – Wie Wissenschaft das kollektive Gedächtnis beeinflusst

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin, Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften (Holzlaube), Raum 2.2058, Fabeckstrasse 23-25, 14195 Berlin

02.02.2024 | 12:00 s.t. - 18:00

Workshop: Making History

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften (Holzlaube), Raum 2.2058, Fabeckstrasse 23-25, 14195 Berlin

02.02.2024 | 12:00

Vortrag Helen Gries & Anja Fügert (VAM Berlin, DAI): Die Rekonstruktion der Glasurziegelfassaden des Assur-Tempels: Fragestellungen, Vorgehen, Resultate

Frau Dr. Helen Gries und Frau Dr. Anja Fügert halten im Rahmen des Forschungskolloquiums im WS 2023/24 einen Vortrag mit dem Titel: "Die Rekonstruktion der Glasurziegelfassaden des Assur-Tempels: Fragestellungen, Vorgehen, Resultate".

Ort: FU Berlin Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften Institut für Vorderasiatische Archäologie Fabeckstr. 23-25 14195 Berlin "Holzlaube" Raum: 0.2052

01.02.2024 | 16:15 - 17:45

TALK: The Poetry of Arab Women in the Modern Era — a prosodical inquiry into the reasons WHY?, by Maysoon Shibi

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin, Seminar für Semitistik und Arabistik, Fabeckstraße 23/25, 14195 Berlin-Dahlem Room -1.1062 (souterrain), or remote participation via WebEx.

01.02.2024 | 12:15

Vortrag Hans-W. Fischer-Elfert

Ort: Holzlaube, Raum -1.2009

31.01.2024 | 10:00

Sabrina Habich-Sobiegalla in MAGEA Lecture Series "Research Fields in Global East Asia"

Ort: R. 1.2058 Holzlaube, Fabeckstrasse 23-25 14195 Berlin

31.01.2024 | 10:00 - 12:00

Lotte Arndt: Alchemizing the Toxic? - from the Lubumbashi Biennale to ‘Unextractable’ at Kunsthalle Mainz

Der Vortrag findet im Rahmen des von Anna Brus geleiteteten Kolloquiums zur Kunst Afrikas statt. Interessierte sind sehr herzlich willkommen!

Ort: online

30.01.2024 | 18:00 c.t. - 20:00

SCRIPTS Ringvorlesung: China und Russland: Alternative Skripte?

Ort: Hörsaal 1b, Gebäudekomplex Habelschwerdter Allee 45, 14195 Berlin U3 Dahlem-Dorf oder Freie Universität Berlin (Thielplatz), Bus 110, M11, X83

29.01.2024 | 18:15 - 19:45

Infoveranstaltung zum Übergang vom Bachelor- ins Masterstudium

Übergang vom Bachelor- ins Masterstudium am Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften am Freitag, 26. Januar 2024, 10 Uhr, Hörsaal -1.2009, Fabeckstr. 23/25.

Ort: Hörsaal -1.2009, Fabeckstr. 23/25

26.01.2024 | 10:00

nfoveranstaltung zum Übergang vom Bachelor- ins Masterstudium

Ort: Holzlaube Hörsaal -1.2009 (Unterschoss) Fabeckstr. 23-25 14195 Berlin

26.01.2024 | 10:00
25.01.2024 | 18:00
25.01.2024 | 18:00

Vortrag Susan Pollock & Reinhard Bernbeck (FU Berlin): Excavations in Tell Begum; Iraqi-Kurdistan

Prof. Dr. Susan Pollock & Prof. Dr. Reinhard Bernbeck halten im Rahmen des Forschungskolloquiums im WS 2023/24 einen Vortrag mit dem Titel: "Excavations in Tell Begum, Iraqi-Kurdistan".

Ort: FU Berlin Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften Institut für Vorderasiatische Archäologie Fabeckstr. 23-25 14195 Berlin "Holzlaube" Raum: 0.2052

25.01.2024 | 16:15 - 17:45

ABGESAGT - VORTRAG: Die "Nabatäische Landwirtschaft" (Bagdad, 10. Jh.) und andere Pseudoübersetzungen: Was sie uns zu Übersetzungen sagen — Isabel Toral

Der Termin ist verschoben auf voraussichtlich Sommersemester 2024. Wintervortragsreihe, Institut für Arabistik und Islamwissenschaft Universität Münster

Ort: Der Vortrag findet in Präsenz statt. Universität Münster Institut für Arabistik und Islamwissenschaft: www.uni-muenster.de/arabistikislam

24.01.2024 | 18:00

KEC Special Talk

Ort: Institut für Koreastudien Otto-von-Simson-Str. 11 14195 Berlin

24.01.2024 | 14:15 - 15:45

Heike Frick in MAGEA Lecture Series "Research Fields in Global East Asia"

Ort: R. 1.2058 Holzlaube, Fabeckstrasse 23-25 14195 Berlin

24.01.2024 | 10:00 - 12:00
24.01.2024 | 10:00

KEC Special Lecture Series on the Korean Wave (Hallyu)

K-pop, a global cultural phenomenon, garners mixed opinions. Some see it as "soft power" supported by the Korean government, serving diplomatic and economic purposes, while others dismiss it as a fleeting trend. Amid praise and criticism, K-pop offers bold narratives, worldviews, and top-notch choreography, defining itself as an artistic performance. It has not only replaced Western idol models but also serves as an industrial prototype that the West is beginning to adopt. K-pop's resilience can be attributed to its fan-centric approach and diverse production system. K-pop agencies connect creators of different backgrounds, forming a cultural network. This lecture aims to focus on the "perspectives," "strategies," and "methodologies" of K-pop creators that captivate global fans. Understanding their values, methods, and fan engagement offers insight into K-pop's present and future in the global music market. 

Ort: Online (Webex)

22.01.2024 | 12:15 s.t. - 13:45

ROUND TABLE: Book Objects at the Crossroads of Bibliography and Philology

Ort: online event, see flyer for registration link

19.01.2024 | 18:00

Vortrag Dominik Bonatz, Nathalie Kallas, Yvonne Helmholz (FU Berlin): Tell Ushayer: Eine eisenzeitliche Festung im Norden Jordaniens

Prof. Dr. Dominik Bonatz, Nathalie Kallas, M.A., und Yvonne Helmholz, M.A., halten im Rahmen des Forschungskolloquiums im WS 2023/24 einen Vortrag mit dem Titel: "Tell Ushayer: Eine eisenzeitliche Festung im Norden Jordaniens".

Ort: FU Berlin Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften Institut für Vorderasiatische Archäologie Fabeckstr. 23-25 14195 Berlin "Holzlaube" Raum: 0.2052

18.01.2024 | 16:15 c.t. - 17:45

DHC | Digital*Humanities im Gespräch #36

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin Seminarzentrum, Raum L 115 Otto-von-Simson-Straße 26 14195 Berlin

18.01.2024 | 14:15

Special Filmscreening "Reset" with film director Min Bae

The Institute of Korean Studies at Freie University Berlin invites you to join the special screening of the film "Reset" (2022) in the presence of film director Min Bae. 

Ort: Room -1.2009 (Holzlaube) Fabeckstr. 23-25, Freie Universität Berlin, 14195 Berlin

18.01.2024 | 14:00 c.t. - 16:00

TALK: Al-Fārābī’s Kitāb al-šiʿr. Preliminary remarks on the Arabic text and its Hebrew translation — M. Zarantonello and V. Chamourgiotaki

Research Colloquium – ALC/AnonymClassic

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin, Fabeckstraße 23/25, Dahlem Room -1.1063 (souterrain), or remote participation via WebEx.

18.01.2024 | 12:00

Andreas Guder in MAGEA Lecture Series "Research Fields in Global East Asia"

Ort: R. 1.2058 Holzlaube, Fabeckstrasse 23-25 14195 Berlin

17.01.2024 | 10:00 - 12:00

Vortrag Stephan Seidlmayer

Ort: Holzlaube, Raum -1.2009

17.01.2024 | 10:00

Ifunanya Madufor: Igbo Material Culture: Decoding Symbolic Narratives in the Ethnological Museum of Berlin

Der Vortrag findet im Rahmen des von Anna Brus geleiteteten Kolloquiums zur Kunst Afrikas statt. Interessierte sind sehr herzlich willkommen!

Ort: Raum A 320, Koserstr. 20, 14195 Berlin

16.01.2024 | 18:00 c.t. - 20:00

Inforveranstaltung zum Sommersemester 2024

Die Informationsveranstaltung für Lehrveranstaltungen im Sommersemester 2024 findet um 18 Uhr im Institut für Koreastudien statt. Die Veranstaltung richtet sich insbesondere an Kernfächler der Koreastudien.

Ort: Institut für Koreastudien Otto-v.-Simson str. 11 14195 Berlin

16.01.2024 | 18:00 s.t. - 19:00

KEC Special Lecture Series on the Korean Wave (Hallyu)

K-pop, a global cultural phenomenon, garners mixed opinions. Some see it as "soft power" supported by the Korean government, serving diplomatic and economic purposes, while others dismiss it as a fleeting trend. Amid praise and criticism, K-pop offers bold narratives, worldviews, and top-notch choreography, defining itself as an artistic performance. It has not only replaced Western idol models but also serves as an industrial prototype that the West is beginning to adopt. K-pop's resilience can be attributed to its fan-centric approach and diverse production system. K-pop agencies connect creators of different backgrounds, forming a cultural network. This lecture aims to focus on the "perspectives," "strategies," and "methodologies" of K-pop creaters that captivate global fans. Understanding their values, methods, and fan engagement offers insight into K-pop's present and future in the global music market. 

Ort: Online (Webex)

15.01.2024 | 12:15 s.t. - 13:45
12.01.2024 | 10:00 - 12:00

DHC | Lecture mit Barbara Baert

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin Seminarzentrum, Raum L 116 Otto-von-Simson-Straße 26 14195 Berlin

11.01.2024 | 18:15

Vortrag Arnulf Hausleiter (DAI Berlin): Qurh-al-Mabiyat: Neue Forschungen zur frühislamischen Stadtanlage im Hejaz

PD Dr. Arnulf Hausleiter hält im Rahmen des Forschungskolloquiums im WS 2023/24 einen Vortrag mit dem Titel: "Qurh/al-Mabiyat: Neue Forschngen zur frühislamischen Stadtanlage im Hejaz".

Ort: FU Berlin Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften Institut für Vorderasiatische Archäologie Fabeckstr. 23-25 14195 Berlin "Holzlaube" Raum: 0.2052

11.01.2024 | 16:15 - 17:45

Christian Meyer in MAGEA Lecture Series "Research Fields in Global East Asia"

Ort: R. 1.2058 Holzlaube, Fabeckstrasse 23-25 14195 Berlin

10.01.2024 | 10:00 - 12:00

Studying MAGEA - Introduction to the program and Q&A session (online)

MAGEA will give a short introduction to the MAGEA program and answer questions related to the program. Everyone interested in the program structure the application the admission prerequisites our cooperating institutes our academic advisors other related topics is welcome to attend the online session. Access: MAGEA meets on January 9, 2024, 1:00 PM (UTC+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rom, Stockholm, Wien. Join on Webex here: Meeting link: https://fu-berlin.webex.com/fu-berlin-en/j.php?MTID=mebcf11d70ca999b49887fdffed459504 Meeting number: 2791 658 2684 Password: DXvZi46Pgn2 Join by video system: Dial 27916582684@fu-berlin.webex.com You can also dial 62.109.219.4 and enter your meeting number. Join by phone: +49-619-6781-9736 Germany Toll +49-89-95467578 Germany Toll 2 Access code: 2791 658 2684

Ort: Webex

09.01.2024 | 13:00 s.t. - 14:00

KEC Special Lecture Series on the Korean Wave (Hallyu)

K-pop, a global cultural phenomenon, garners mixed opinions. Some see it as "soft power" supported by the Korean government, serving diplomatic and economic purposes, while others dismiss it as a fleeting trend. Amid praise and criticism, K-pop offers bold narratives, worldviews, and top-notch choreography, defining itself as an artistic performance. It has not only replaced Western idol models but also serves as an industrial prototype that the West is beginning to adopt. K-pop's resilience can be attributed to its fan-centric approach and diverse production system. K-pop agencies connect creators of different backgrounds, forming a cultural network. This lecture aims to focus on the "perspectives," "strategies," and "methodologies" of K-pop creaters that captivate global fans. Understanding their values, methods, and fan engagement offers insight into K-pop's present and future in the global music market. 

Ort: Online (Webex)

08.01.2024 | 12:15 s.t. - 13:45

TALK: What Was Fictionality in Arabic? Answers from Ibn Sīnā, Ibn Rushd, and Ibn Ṭumlūs — Johannes Stephan

MLA 2024 convention, Philadelphia

Ort: in person presentation, MLA convention 2024, Philadelphia.

05.01.2024

Bernard Akoi-Jackson: OMG!: facilitating frustation(s) as disturbed methodologies......

Der Vortrag findet im Rahmen des von Anna Brus geleiteteten Kolloquiums zur Kunst Afrikas statt. Interessierte sind sehr herzlich willkommen!

Ort: online via Webex

19.12.2023 | 18:00 c.t. - 20:00

Vortrag Paola Paoletti (LMU München): Ihr Sonnenschein ist mächtig wie Öl: Über Öle und Fette in Mesopotamien des 3. Jts. v. Chr.

Frau Dr. Paola Paoletti hält im Rahmen des Forschungskolloquiums im WS 2023/24 einen Vortrag mit dem Titel: "Ihr Sonnenschein ist mächtig wie Öl: Über Öle und Fette in Mesopotamien des 3. Jts. v. Chr."

Ort: FU Berlin Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften Institut für Vorderasiatische Archäologie Fabeckstr. 23-25 14195 Berlin "Holzlaube" Raum: 0.2052

14.12.2023 | 16:15 c.t. - 17:45

DIGITAL HUMANITIES at Arabic Studies: Two new DH projects funded by BUA and DFG

Prof. Dr. Beatrice Gründler cordially invites to join her team for the presentation of the latest Digital Humanities projects at Arabic Studies, Freie Universität Berlin.

Ort: Freie Universität Berlin, Fabeckstraße 23/25, 14195 Berlin-Dahlem. Remote participation via WebEx, or in person, room 1.1062 (Holzlaube 1st floor).

14.12.2023 | 12:00

Ausstellung: Peking Universität und Freie Universität Berlin – 40 Jahre erfolgreiche Beziehungen

Ort: Konfuzius-Institut an der Freien Universität Berlin Goßlerstraße 2-4 14195 Berlin Tel: 030-838 72881

13.12.2023 | 18:00

Winterfest der Abteilung Kunst Afrikas

Ort: A 121 Koserstr. 20, 14195 Berlin

13.12.2023 | 18:00 c.t.

Mpho M Matheolane: "The Politics in the Poetics between Land, Law and Landscape in South Africa"

Der Vortrag findet im Rahmen des von Anna Brus geleiteteten Kolloquiums zur Kunst Afrikas statt. Interessierte sind sehr herzlich willkommen!

Ort: online via Webex: https://fu-berlin.webex.com/fu-berlin/j.php?MTID=m156f76936fda9ee64be6dab29b11fdf9

12.12.2023 | 18:00 c.t. - 20:00

GEAS Homecoming Symposium

Ort: TBC, Grad School Villa Hittorfstr. 18 14195 Berlin (Barrier free entrance: Landoltweg)

12.12.2023 | 10:00 - 17:00

KEC Human Security Forum 2023 - 140 Jahre Deutsch-Koreanische Beziehungen: Einblicke und Ausblicke

Ort: Institut für Koreastudien Otto-v.-Simson str. 11 14195 Berlin

11.12.2023 | 19:00 s.t. - 20:30
11.12.2023 | 16:45 - 17:30

TALK "Sūrat al-ʾiḫlāṣ, sūrat al-fātiha or ʾāyat al-kursī – Which One Has Precedence on Early Islamic Amulets?“ Stefan Heidemann, Univ. Hamburg

"Collegium Coranicum“ lecture, Staatsbibliothek Unter den Linden

Ort: Academy building Unter den Linden 8 (Staatsbibliothek) Room 07W04 (2nd floor)

11.12.2023 | 16:30

Vortrag von Dr. Zahra Kouzehgari: "Female Symbolism on Luristan Bronzes: A Semiotic Approach".

Frau Dr. Zahra Kouzehgari hält am Montag, den 11.12.2023 um 15:00 Uhr s.t. einen Vortrag mit dem Titel: "Weibliche Symbolik auf Luristan-Bronzen: Ein semiotischer Ansatz." (Sprache: Englisch) Ort: Holzlaube, Fabeckstr. 23-25, 14195 Berlin, Raum: -1.1020.

Ort: FU Berlin Fachbereich Geschichts- und Kulturwissenschaften Holzlaube Fabeckstr. 23-25 14195 Berlin Raum: -1.1020

11.12.2023 | 15:00 - 16:45

Confucian Heritage: Decoding Writings of Chosŏn Literati

Internationaler Workshop of subproject C09 „Evaluationen von Wissen in konfuzianischen Akademien“  Given a troublesome history of the modern perception of Confucian teaching both in the West and East Asia there is a strong tension between texts of Chosŏn Literati perceived as Confucian and a large corpus of texts which are relegated either to the realm of literature, official documents, or personal materials. The purpose of the present workshop is to challenge the dichotomy and bring to attention various types of Literati writings which have been considered as not typically Confucian for a long time and were largely neglected by modern research or studied only as collateral products of Confucian scholars. This concerns above all large corpus of texts studied predominantly by literature specialists, such as poetry or epigraphics, texts, understood as official documents including various sorts of court memorandum, reports or policy plans and analysis, as well as a broad range of texts mined mostly for information on the author represented by correspondence, dialogues with disciples or diaries. The notion of dichotomy between pure literature, expressing personal feelings of Chosŏn Literati, and their ideologically motivated official writings addressed either to the Korean State authorities or fellow scholars and disciples was to a large degree constructed by the Literati themselves to appeal to diverse audiences in their official capacities yet it should not obscure the fact that most of their personal writings were motivated by the same ideals of the Learning of the Way like their reform proposals or documents written in their official capacities.  As a prime example of stereotypical treatment of a Confucian scholar’s  œuvre  could serve collected writings of Yulgok Yi I (1536–1584) and their historical and modern reflections as materials recommending knowledge transfer and epistemic changes within Chosŏn Confucian discourse. Workshop presentations will focus an analysis of various Literari forms and genres employed by Yulgok in his quest for the spreading of the Confucian message and engage in a dialogue over the question whether of his takes could be singled out as typically Confucian or not. This seemingly trivial question is a basic precondition for a fundamental revision of the existing notion of what is currently understood under a category of Korean philosophical or Confucian texts.

Ort: Institut für Koreastudien Otto-von-Simson-Str. 11 14195 Berlin

08.12.2023 - 09.12.2023
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