The participants will join one out of several parallel workshops that they may choose according to their academic interests. They will prepare and create these workshops independently through presentations (15-20 minutes each) and discussions, whereby advanced students and Ph.D. students will develop the thematic frameworks and moderate during the conference. In keeping with the interdisciplinarity and multiple perspectives we are seeking, the thematic and methodic approaches to the topic will be deliberately very diverse.
The following is a short, alphabetical list of workshop titles and moderators. Click on a title to find a more detailed description of each workshop, and check the conference programme for the individual venues.
- Collective Identities and Ethnogenesis (Christian Oertel)
- Events and Identity (Sven Jaros)
- “I Am Many” – Images and Identities in Europe (Lisa Bockwold & Verena Engel)
- Identity and Gender (Nadine Wünsche & Kathleen Graichen)
- Identity and the Other: Counter-Identities at Work (Ville Suomalainen)
- Intercultural Exchange, Globalisation and Identity (Katharina Kolbow & Franziska Baron)
- Language and Identity (Anne Greule)
- Nationalism (Karla Holzheu)
- Représentations de l’identité dans les relations internationales (en français) (Veljko Stanić & Miruna Bacali)
- Representations of Group Identities: Tradition, Memory, Propaganda (Philipp Reinhardt)
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