Publikationen

Das Arnold-Bergstraesser-Institut (ABI) veröffentlicht seine wichtigsten Forschungsergebnisse in hochrangigen referierten Zeitschriften, in renommierten Buchreihen sowie in Publikationen, die ein breites Publikum ansprechen - vollständige Auflistung unten. Die hauseigene Working Paper-Series (mit in-house peer review und language editing) unterstützt dieses Vorhaben. Mit dem International Quarterly for Asian Studies (vormals Internationalen Asienforum) publiziert das ABI eine wichtige referierte Open-Access-Fachzeitschrift der Asienforschung.

Publikationen

Joyce Takaindisa,

For years, migrants from Zimbabwe have been undergoing xenophobic policies and discourses in South Africa and Botswana. This article demonstrates how the South African government has utilized the pandemic to further feed into these policies and discourses. From official statements to social media campaigns, the pandemic has been used as an opportunity for South Africa first discourse to grow and “coronationalism” to emerge, while depicting migrant communities, especially from Zimbabwe, as a risk to the public health.

2022
Andreas Mehler, / Denis M.Tull / Miriam Glund

Andreas Mehler, Denis M. Tull and Miriam Glund have recently published a workingpaper in which they examine the motivations that underpin the organisation and dynamics of political dialogue in responding to political crisis in Africa. For this they explored comparatively the two recent cases Mali and Cameroon.

2022
Helga Dickow, / Nadia Beider / Yonatan N. Gez

Helga Dickow, Nadia Beider and Yonatan Gez wrote a paper in response to the scarcity of literature on “religious nones” - who are not affiliated with any religious tradition - in sub-Saharan Africa, offering an overview of this understudied subject and pointing towards avenues for future research.

2022

"New Area Studies and Southeast Asia" is the title of the recently published issue of the International Quarterly for Asian Studies, edited by Claudia Derichs, Jörn Dosch, Conrad Schetter and Uwe Skoda.

2022
Platzhalterbild Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Jenss, Dr. Alke / Dr. Rosa (Universität Heidelberg) Lehmann
Latin American Research Review
2022
Annika Hampel, / Antje Missbach / Dilshad Muhammad / Fabricio Rodríguez / Michael Cobb

This working paper presents the experiences of four individual researchers who introspect on issues of insiderness, outsiderness and privilege in academia. Those researchers are from different regions of the world and with different positionalities, who carry out research in Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa. All of them are currently based at the Arnold Bergstraesser Institute.

2022

"Urban Poetics and Politics in Asia, Part II" is the title of the recently published issue of the International Quarterly for Asian Studies, edited by Claudia Derichs, Jörn Dosch, Conrad Schetter, Uwe Skoda.

2022
Cita Wetterich, / Julia Gurol

"Perspectives on Field Research in Security-Sensitive Spaces - Insights from China and the Southern Mediterranean Area" is the title of the recently published working paper by Julia Gurol and Cita Wetterich.

2022

"Urban Poetics and Politics in Asia" is the title of the recently published issue of the International Quarterly for Asian Studies, edited by Claudia Derichs, Jörn Dosch, Conrad Schetter, Uwe Skoda.

2022

"Violence, Mobility and Labour Relations in Asia" is the title of the recently published issue of the International Quarterly for Asian Studies, edited by Claudia Derichs, Jörn Dosch, Conrad Schetter, Uwe Skoda.

2022
Dickow, Helga

"The Ambiguities of Cohabitation: Religious Attitudes between Tolerance and Fundamentalism in Chad" is the title of the recently published working paper by Helga Dickow.

2022
Lübke, Christian von

In unregelmäßigen Abständen erexcheinen Working Papers der Mitarbeiter zu aktuellen Forschungsvorhaben.

2022
Platzhalterbild Berichte, Studien, Policy Paper, Workingpaper
Berichte, Studien, Policy Paper, Workingpaper
PD Dr. Rother, Stefan
Labour migration has the potential to become an essential feature of people-to-people connectivity within the ASEAN community. It can contribute to the “soft” infrastructure of the regional organization by enabling the personal interactions between its citizens as well as the formation of transnational networks. It can also contribute to significant economic growth and development in the region. For the foreseeable future, though, the majority of intraregional labor migrants will fall into the so-called “low-skilled” category which is particularly prone to vulnerable working conditions.
2021
Platzhalter Online-Publikation, Blog-Artikel, op-ed
Online-Publikation, Blog-Artikel, op-ed
PD Dr. Rother, Stefan
FES-Themenportal Flucht, Migration, Integration
The boom in video conferencing software driven by the pandemic has had a noticeable impact on communication in work and private spheres. International summits have in the past revolved around face-to-face meetings and direct exchange. But many of these conferences have now been cancelled or moved online.
2021