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The ABI is one of Germany’s major research centers in the domain of both comparative area studies and transregional studies. As an independent, non-profit research institution, the institute cooperates with the University of Freiburg. The Institute was founded in 1960 and goes back to Arnold Bergstraesser, at that time Professor of Political Science and Sociology at the University of Freiburg.
Stefan Rother together with Susanne Schultz and Mary B. Setranaim wrote on AMMODI Blog about Transnational Mobility and Skill Partnerships (TMSP).
With this book on legal pluralism German academy can take advantage of scientific debates produced in other parts of the world, writes César Bazán Seminario.
The Research Training Group 2571 “Empires: Dynamic Change, Temporality and Post-Imperial Orders” invites applications for: 4 * three-year PhD Positions.
Jemma Purday, Antje Missbach, Tamara Soukotta explore how race and racism developed and continues to exist impacting on the lives of Indonesians until today.
Events / Dates
Within the first AMMODI Key Note Address, the Kenyan writer and researcher Nanjala Nyabola will talk about "African Migration, Mobility, and Displacement".
The ALMA Research Series is Freiburg’s interdisciplinary colloquium on social transformations in Asia, Latin America, Middle East and Africa. The lectures take place four times during term in digital space.
Yonatan Gez together with Yvan Droz recently published an article on Pentecostal Church Founders in Kenya and their promises of "breakthroughs" - financial and other - as a key point of appeal.
Literaturrecherchen sind Grundlage und Ausgangspunkt guten wissenschaftlichen Arbeitens. Oft beruhen sie jedoch auf einer subjektiven Auswahl. Die in der Sozialwissenschaft neue „Systematische Literaturanalyse“ sorgt durch die konsequente Anwendung eines Algorithmus und durch Variablenvergabe für mehr Objektivität und Transparenz. Diese Einführung in die datenbankgestützte Methode bietet Studierenden in Bachelor- und Master-Studiengängen das theoretische und praktische Handwerkszeug.
Franzisca Zanker together with Nadine Segadlo, Ulrike Krause and Hannah Edler recently published a working paper and find that the corona pandemic has exacerbated existing challenges for refugees, and partly created new ones. Economic issues and the anxiety that accompanies them have intensified due to lockdowns, restricted movements and business closures. Aid was scaled down and funding cuts further complicated conditions.