Guest Academics in 2009

Name

Guest Lecture / Workshop

Prof. Dr. em. Anne ADAMS

"Kwame Nkrumah as Inspiration to Literary Contemporaries" - Guest Lecture of Workgroup "Postcolonialism"

Prof. Joseph C. E. ADANDE

"Between Absence and Revelation: Artists of Benin and the Diaspora and their Interpretation of 9/11"

Dr. Abdalla Chanfi AHMED

"The Migration (Hijra) of Muslim Scholars from West Africa to Mekka and Medina after Colonisation" - Seminar "Africa and Beyond: Translocal Perspectives"

Dr. Hippolyte AMOUZOUVI

"Studying in an intercultural context"

"Women and Violence in Benin"

Gewalt gegen Frauen - (Seminar)

Prof. Dr. Cossi Norbert AWANOU

Presentation and Statement as Representative of BIGSAS Partner University - Living Partnership Conference

Prof. Filip de BOECK

"Children of Disorder in a Cemetery State" - (Lecture and Screening) - Living Partnership Conference

Jonna BOTH

"Crossing Social-Cultural and Religious Boundaries in the Urban Landscape: Girl-Migrants in N'Djamen, Chad" - Seminar "Borders, Boundaries and Limits – Their Crossing and Transgression / Grenzen und Grenzüberschreitungen"

Prof. Dr. Janet Carsten

"Brother- and sisterhood in a context of fosterage and plural relations of belonging" - (Discussant at lecture by Prof. Dr. Alber)- Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective”

Closing remarks - Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective”

Prof. Dr. Raphael DARBOUX

- Living Partnership Conference

Prof. Dr. Mamadou DIAWARA

The Hunt for Pirates: Development and Normatives in the World of Music in Africa - Living Partnership Conference

Dr. A. Idrissa EMBALÓ

Presentation of the project "Local Strategies of Conflict Management in Guinea-Bissau" - Seminar "Thematische Vorbereitung der Lehrforschung"

Ethnologisches Kolloquium - (Participation)

Theoretical and Methodological Aspects of Research in Legal Anthropology - (Seminar)

Prof. Dr. Eva

EVERS-ROSANDER

"Taking a Chance on Migration: Senegalese Women Migrants in Spain" - Seminar "Borders, Boundaries and Limits – Their Crossing and Transgression / Grenzen und Grenzüberschreitungen"

Prof. Dr. Bernard Mulo FARENKIA

"Créativité lexicale, forms d’adresse et politesse au Cameroun"

La politesse en Afrique francophone: aspects théoriques, méthodologiques et sociopragmatiques - (Seminar with Prof. Dr. Drescher)

"Émigration et reconstitution de l'ethos: la diaspora camerounaise au Canada"

Joseph GANAHL

Workshop "Giving Academic Talks in English"

Prof. Sjaak van der GEEST

"Kinship as Friendship: Brothers and Sisters in Kwahu, Ghana" - Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective”

"Children and Dirt"

Themes in Medical Anthropology - (Seminar)

Dr. Ralf GROßERHODE

EDV und Multimedia - (Exercises)

Dr. Armin HAAS

Training Cours on Project Planning and Management

Dr. Christine HATZKY

"Mission and Memory: Cuban Teachers in Angola, 1976-1991" - Seminar "Africa and Beyond: Translocal Perspectives"

Inge HÄBERLE

"Reden über AIDS" - Gesundheitskommunikation in multilingualen Kontexten

Prof. Dr. Dunja HERSAK

"Virtual, Partial and Fabricated Visions of Africa as Represented through Art and/or Expressive Culture"  - Living Partnership Conference

Prof. Dr. Johan JACOBS

Presentation and Statement as Representative of BIGSAS Partner University - Living Partnership Conference

Dr. Marloes JANSON

"Localizing Global Islam: The Case of the Tabligh Jama’at om Gambia" - Seminar "Borders, Boundaries and Limits – Their Crossing and Transgression / Grenzen und Grenzüberschreitungen"

Jackson KAGO

"Ethnic Patterns and Conflicts in an Informal 'Slum' Settlement of Nairobi"

Daphné KERREMANS

"Satan is a Loser. Metaphor and Cultural Variation in African Christian Texts"

Armin KLÖCKNER

"Territorial Development in Rural Areas" - Seminar "The Future of Rural Development in Africa

Prof. Daniel KOJO

"Afronauts and the Liminal Space"

“AfroSat I” - (Exhibition)

Dr. Kai KRESSE

"Interrogating ‘Cosmopolitanism’ in an Indian Ocean Setting: Mombasa and the Swahili Coast" - Seminar "Africa and Beyond: Translocal Perspectives"

Prof. Cynthia KROS

"ReMixing Heritage – The Voortrekker Monument in South Africa as a Focal Point of Clashing Narratives"

Stefanie KRUSCHKE

"Typologie und Grenzen der AIDS-Kommunikation in Deutschland" - Gesundheitskommunikation in multilingualen Kontexten

Prof. Dr. Fred KRÜGER

"Resilienz und Adhärenz: HIV und AIDS im südlichen Afrika aus Sicht der Geografischen Entwicklungsforschung"- Gesundheitskommunikation in multilingualen Kontexten

Prof. Dr. Gerhard KUBIK

"Jazz Transatlantic - Africa and the New World. Concepts, Patterns, Forms" - BIGSAS Colloquium: Advanced Work in Progress

Dr. Nora LAFI

"Daily Life in Ottoman Towns of North Africa: Historiographical Stakes and Research Perspectives across the Mediterranean"  - Seminar "Africa and Beyond: Translocal Perspectives"

Prof. Dr. Johan LAGAE

"Mapping 'Shared Heritage' in a Former Belgian Colony"

Prof. Dr. Gerhard LIESEGANG

Presentation and Statement as Representative of BIGSAS Partner University - Living Partnership Conference

Henri LOPES

"Quelques aspects du dialogue culturel entre l’Europe et l’Afrique"  - Living Partnership Conference

Prof. Dr. Florian MENZ

"Informationsvermittlung in der ärztlichen Kommunikation mit MigrantInnen" - Gesundheitskommunikation in multilingualen Kontexten

Prof. Dr. Richard MIBEY

Presentation and Statement as Representative of BIGSAS Partner University - Living Partnership Conference

Prof. Dr. John MORTON

Pastoralists, Drought and Climate Change: A Return to Pessimism?  - Living Partnership Conference

Prof. André Mangulu

MOTINGEA

Bantu-Research and Library

"Le bassin central congolais et la problématique de l'expansion bantoue" - (Presentation and Participation) - ECAS, 3rd European Conference on African Studies

Dalila NADI

"Living in Transit: Subsaharian Migrants in Algeria" - Seminar "Africa and Beyond: Translocal Perspectives"

Dr. Auma OBAMA

Visit

Helena OBENDIEK

"Social security and the role of siblings – the case of urban Burkina Faso" - (Discussant at lecture by Dr. Claudia Roth)- Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective”

"Siblinghood, educational opportunities and social support in rural China" - Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective”

Omer Idrissa OUEDRAOGO

"Dimensionen der AIDS-Präventionen mit afrikanischen Migrantinnen und Migranten: Am Beispiel der Hamburger AIDS-Hilfe"- Gesundheitskommunikation in multilingualen Kontexten

Dr. Julia PAULI

"How brothers are being related - Transforming brotherhood notions in north China" - (Discussant at lecture by Xiujie Wu) - Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective” 

"Siblings’ sharing: Becoming and being sisters in Mexico and Namibia" - Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective” 

Prof. Dr. Theo RAUCH

"History of Rural Development" - Seminar "The Future of Rural Development in Africa

Sophie ROCHE

"Siblings are as ‘different as the five fingers of a hand’. Diversification strategies in between siblings" - Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective” 

"Hans and Gretel – About love between brothers and sisters in West-European fairytales" - (Discussant at lecture by Lily Clerkx)- Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective” 

"Siblinghood, educational opportunities and social support in rural China" - (Discussant at lecture by Helena Obendiek)- Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective” 

Dr. Claudia ROTH

"Siblings are as ‘different as the five fingers of a hand’. Diversification strategies in between siblings" - (Discussant at lecture by Sophie Roche) - Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective” 

"Social security and the role of siblings – the case of urban Burkina Faso" - Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective” 

"Siblinghood, educational opportunities and social support in rural China" - (Discussant at lecture by Helena Obendiek) - Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective” 

Prof. Dr. David SABEAN

Chair of Second Day - Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective” 

"Brother/sister incest discourses in the West since the mid 1990s" - Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective” 

Antje SANOGO

"Die Sache mit dem Elefanten..." - Gesundheitskommunikation in multilingualen Kontexten

PD Dr. Carsten SCHELLER

"HIV und AIDS: Eine afrikanische Perspektive" - Gesundheitskommunikation in multilingualen Kontexten

Hermann SCHUSTER

"AIDS eine Gesicht geben. Die psycho-sozialen Nebenwirkungen von AIDS" - Gesundheitskommunikation in multilingualen Kontexten

Prof. Dr. Naomi SHITEMI

Presentation and Statement as Representative of BIGSAS Partner University - Living Partnership Conference

Prof. Dr. Pascal SINGY

"Kommunikation und Medizin: AIDS-Prävention bei französisch-sprachigen Migranten aus dem subsaharischen Afrika" (together with Orest Weber) - Gesundheitskommunikation in multilingualen Kontexten

Prof. Dr. Abdulkader TAYOB

"Meeting the Demands of Change and Uncertainty since the 1970s" - BIGSAS Colloquium: Advanced Work in Progress

Tajana THELEN

"Kinship as friendship: Brothers and sisters in Kwahu, Ghana" - (Discussant at lecture by Prof. Dr. Sjaak van der Geest)- Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective” 

"Siblings’ sharing: Becoming and being sisters in Mexico and Namibia"- (Discussant at lecture by Julia Pauli)- Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective” 

Dr. Jean-Benoît TSOFACK

"Comment les murs (de)font-ils les langues dans l’espaces public au Cameroun? Le cas de Dschang" - Linguistisches Kolloquium

Langues, cultures et identités au Cameroun: des pratiques complexes - (Seminar)

Publicités et discourse de prévention contre le VIH/SIDA au Cameroun - (Workshop)

Gesundheitskommunikation in multilingualen Kontexten - (Participation)

Prof. Dr. Flora VEIT-WILD

"Poetics of Paranoia – African Writing and the Question of Transgression" - Seminar "Borders, Boundaries and Limits – Their Crossing and Transgression / Grenzen und Grenzüberschreitungen"

Orest WEBER

"Kommunikation und Medizin: AIDS-Prävention bei französisch-sprachigen Migranten aus dem subsaharischen Afrika" (together with Prof. Dr. Pascal Singy) - Gesundheitskommunikation in multilingualen Kontexten

Xiujie WU

"How brothers are being related - Transforming brotherhood notions in north China" - Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective” 

"Brother- and sisterhood in a context of fosterage and plural relations of belonging" - (Discussant at lecture by Prof. Dr. Alber) - Workshop “Brother- and Sisterhood from an Anthropological Perspective” 

Dr. Thomas ZITELMANN

Representing Vice-Dean Prof. Dr. Kurt Beck during his sabbatical

Große Köpfe der Ethnologie - (Seminar)

Agency, Akteur, Individuum - Facetten des methodischen Individualismus in der Ethnologie - (Seminar)

Lektürekurs "Orientalismus" - (Seminar)

Ethnologie der Gewalt - (Seminar)