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Emmanuel Sulle Co-Directs Field School at Aga Khan University’s Arusha Climate and Environmental Research Centre

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Emmanuel Sulle Co-Directs Field School at Aga Khan University’s Arusha Climate and Environmental Research Centre “Sharing a Planet in Peril” (SAPP) member Emmanuel Sulle is Assistant Professor & Research Director at the Aga Khan University’s (AKU) Arusha Climate and Environmental Research Station. AKU recently welcomed a cohort of 11 students and a professor from Simon […]

Katajun Amirpur Joins Panel Discussion on Women’s Rights in Iran

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Katajun Amirpur Joins Panel Discussion on Women’s Rights in Iran “Sharing a Planet in Peril” (SAPP) member Katajun Amirpur is a professor at the University of Cologne’s Institute of Languages and Cultures of the Islamicate World and the university’s Representative for Racism Criticism. She is an expert on Iranian culture and diasporas, cultural relations between […]

GSSC & MESH Seminar: Sublime Landscape, Carbon Sink and Marginal Environment: Approaching Wetlands in Culture-literature and Anthropology with Nsah Mala and Franz Krause

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GSSC Seminar Series: Sublime Landscape, Carbon Sink and Marginal Environment: Approaching Wetlands in Culture-literature and Anthropology with Nsah Mala and Franz Krause GSSC Seminar Series 4 June 2024 Sublime Landscape, Carbon Sink and Marginal Environment: Approaching Wetlands in Culture-literature and Anthropology Nsah Mala (University of Cologne) & Franz Krause (University of Cologne) 12:00-13:00 (CEST) How […]

Katajun Amirpur and Michaela Pelican Join Discussion on “Cancel Culture at the University of Cologne” Against the Backdrop of the Discussion Surrounding the Albertus Magnus Professorship 2024

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Katajun Amirpur and Michaela Pelican Join Discussion on “Cancel Culture at the University of Cologne” Against the Backdrop of the Discussion Surrounding the Albertus Magnus Professorship 2024 “Sharing a Planet in Peril” (SAPP) member Katajun Amirpur and Global South Studies Center (GSSC) Speaker Michaela Pelican will be joining an event titled “Flagge zeigen II – […]

Workshop: Infrastructures and their (Re-)Construction and Decays: Contesting Temporalities in the Global South

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Workshop: Infrastructures and their (Re-)Construction and Decays: Contesting Temporalities in the Global South  16-17 May 2024 Venue:Ü3 SüdbauGeographisches InstitutOtto-Fischer-Straße 4 Speakers:Miguel Esteban (Waseda University, Japan)Sumit Vij (Wageningen University, Netherlands)Franziska Sielker (TU Wien, Austria) Registration:susanne.weber@uni-koeln.de Program Abstract Infrastructures, vital for societal functioning, operate at various levels, fostering connectivity. Traditionally propelling economic and transportation development, they facilitate […]

Call for Applications: Pathways Autumn School – Transformative Research for a Just World and a Habitable Planet

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Call for Applications: Pathways Autumn School The Pathways Autumn School aims to foster exchange of knowledge and learning through critical dialogue between early career researchers and senior researchers from the natural sciences, social sciences, and the humanities. It supports the urgent task of a more practical, inter- and transdisciplinary and inclusive approach to research capable of responding […]

Science, Society and Sustainability – Closing the Knowledge-Action Gap: University of Cologne New York Office Hosts Panel Discussion Featuring Rector Joybrato Mukherjee, Michael Gerrard and Miranda Massie

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Science, Society and Sustainability – Closing the Knowledge-Action Gap: University of Cologne New York Office Hosts Panel Discussion Featuring Rector Joybrato Mukherjee, Michael Gerrards and Miranda Massie The University of Cologne New York Office and partners cordially invite you to a panel discussion with the new Rector of the University of Cologne and DAAD President […]

CRC-TRR Future Rural Africa Public Lecture Series with Regina Birner: Digital Innovations for Smallholder Farming in Africa – Friends or Foes of Sustainability Transitions?

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CRC-TRR Future Rural Africa Public Lecture Series with Regina Birner: Digital Innovations for Smallholder Farming in Africa – Friends or Foes of Sustainability Transitions? Prof. Dr. Regina Birner is Chair of Social and Institutional Change in Agricultural Development at the University of Hohenheim’s Hans-Ruthenberg-Institute of Tropical Agricultural Sciences. Digital Innovations for Smallholder Farming in Africa: […]

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Noah Kahindi

Global South Studies Center (GSSC)
Classen-Kappelmann-Straße 24
50931 Cologne, Germany

Phone: +49 (0)221 47076657

E-mail: noah.kahindi@uni-koeln.de