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|Titel||Contemporary German Narratives of Economic Crisis and Ordnung (Seminar, GSA 2016)|
|Beschreibung||Call for Participants
German Studies Association Seminar (description below): "Contemporary German
Narratives of Economic Crisis and Ordnung" (GSA Conference September 29-October
2, 2016 in San Diego).
If you wish to participate in this seminar, please visit the GSA Website and
apply electronically by January 28, 2016 at: www.thegsa.org/members/login
28, 2016. For directions on enrolling in this seminar (you must be a current GSA
member), visit the GSA webpage and the following link that details the
submission process: https://www.thegsa.org/conference/guidelines_16.html
The GSA seminar selection committee states: "Participation in a seminar involves
intellectual work akin to preparing a paper and will thus count as such. All
seminar participants will be listed by name in the program. If you are accepted
to be an active participant in a seminar, you are not allowed to give a paper in
panel sessions. However, you may moderate or comment on a panel.
Some individuals may choose to be a silent auditor to a seminar. Slots for
auditors are limited; the enrollment process for interested auditors will only
take place after the entire GSA program is set. When enrolling seminar
applicants will be asked to submit a mini vita (no more than 1000 characters)
and a statement of purpose (no more than 1000 characters) indicating why they
intend to participate in this seminar, how their past or current research
connects to the topic and what their focus will be in this seminar."
"Contemporary German Narratives of Economic Crisis and Ordnung"
Economics is fundamentally about storytelling. The noted German historian of
capitalism, Jürgen Kocka (2013), underscores how societies construct narratives
to legitimate models of economic order. Jost Hermand portrays in Das liebe Geld!
(2015) the literary and cultural construction of images, meanings, and stories
around the theme of wealth, as well as political and societal engagements with
economic Ordnung. As Richard Aitken argues in Performing Capital (2006), culture
and capitalism are fundamentally interwoven in the production of public (and
private) spaces where notions of national, international, and transnational
become discernible, debated, and defended. This seminar provides an intellectual
platform to discuss past and present narratives of economic crisis and Ordnung.
Scholars from interdisciplinary perspectives are invited to examine
commonalities and differences in these narratives that can assist in analyzing
their contents, as well as their national and international impacts. The seminar
is structured around three main themes: 1) participants' individual projects; 2)
recent theoretical, empirical, and analytical approaches to economic crisis and
Ordnung narratives; and 3) representations of economic crises and their
widespread effects. Participants will read and discuss texts by Kocka, Hermand,
Aitken, Joyce Appleby, Barry Eichengreen, Klaus Dörre, Ulrich Beck, Josef Vogl,
Deirdre McCloskey, Richard Thaler, Paul Virilio, and Lauren Berlant. All seminar
participants must provide a short overview of their scholarly interest in the
theme (approx. 500 words) by January 28 and select presenters must submit
completed papers by August 1. The conveners will circulate discussion questions
based on the readings and participants' research topics prior to the conference.
Feel free to contact the conveners with any questions:
Monika Albrecht (firstname.lastname@example.org), Crister Garret
(email@example.com), Jill Twarck (TWARKJ@ecu.edu)
|Quelle der Beschreibung||Information des Anbieters|
|Veranstaltungsort||San Diego, CA|
|Person||Name: Monika Albrecht
|Kontaktdaten||Name/Institution: Monika Albrecht, Universität Vechta
Strasse/Postfach: Driverstr. 22-26
Telefon: 04441 15-604
|Klassifikation||19.00.00 1990 bis zur Gegenwart|
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