Past Events

Presentation "An den Grenzen von Citizenship. Fluchtmigration, politische Subjektivität und Zivilgesellschaft" by Maria Ullrich, University of Bonn, CASSIS, as part of the lecture series „Citizenship in the 21. Century” at the Institute for European Global Studies in Basel.

Second Katekisama-Work-Shop between the University of Basel and the University of Bonn. During our second Katekisama-Workshop researchers from various disciplines, including area studies, history, social sciences and law, continued the conceptual discussion on "globality", and planned collaborative teaching projects.

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Presentation „Global Crossings, Convergence und Coexistence. Neue Ansätze zur Entwicklung ganzheitlicher außenpolitischer Strategien“ by Jun.-Prof. Dr. Maximilian Mayer, University of Bonn, Center for Advanced Security, Strategic and Integration Studies (CASSIS), as part of the intercultural, interdisciplinary and interuniversitary ring lecture of German-Japanese scientific cooperation

First Katekisama-Workshop: Kick-Off-Meeting between researchers of the University Bonn and the Institute for European Global Studies Basel

Collaborative M.A. Block Seminar between the University of Basel and the University of Bonn: "Interdisciplinary Research on Forced Migration and Refugees. Co-conceptualizing <Access>"

Organized by Dr. Barbara von Rütte (Basel), Dr. Lena Laube (Bonn) and Maria Ullrich (Bonn), the first collaborative seminar for students from Bonn and Basel has taken place. Designed as a hybrid format, the seminar provided an interdisciplinary approach to research on forced migration and refugees focussing on different notions of "access".

First official visit from teams from University of Bonn and University of Basel in Ghana, Accra, at the University of Ghana to introduce the Katekisama Project. It has been five days of becoming acquainted to each other, discussing several topics and talking about options for the Katekisama Project. For more information, look at a report by the University of Ghana.

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