The conference seeks to promote the gendering of transnational and transcultural historical approaches, to recognize the advantages of these methodological approaches for historical analysis and to investigate the challenges transnational and transcultural approaches pose to gender history in particular.
The conference languages are German, English and French.
Nina Glick Schiller:
Beyond the Nation-State and Its Units of Analysis: Towards a New Research Agenda for Migration Studies.
Transnation/Transculture: Gender and Politicization in and out of the BRD, 1950s-1970s.
Stephan F. Miescher:
Masculinities and Transcultural Perspectives in African History.
Gender as Mission?
Geschlecht in der internationalen Entwicklungszusammenarbeit.
Eingrenzung - Ausgrenzung - Entgrenzung?
Gender und Citizenship im Zeichen von Globalisierung und Migration.
Historisches Seminar der Universität Basel
Schweizerische Tagung für Geschlechtergeschichte
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