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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 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: […]

SAPP Members Sandra Kurfürst and Thomas Widlok are Constituting Members of the Ethics Commission of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Cologne

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SAPP Members Sandra Kurfürst and Thomas Widlok are Constituting Members of the Ethics Commission of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Cologne The Ethics Committee of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities has commenced its work at the beginning of the summer semester 2024. It evaluates the ethical validity of future […]

Humans Can Increase Biodiversity: Archaeologists from MESH Research Hub and University of Tübingen Examine the Role of the Evolving Human Niche in Ecosystem Functioning and Biodiversity Dynamics in Latest Publication

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Humans Can Increase Biodiversity: Archaeologists from MESH and University of Tübingen Study the Role of the Evolving Human Niche in Ecosystem Functioning and Biodiversity Dynamics in Latest Publication Cultural diversity is likely to have an overall positive effect on the biodiversity of ecosystems. The homogenization of human life forms may therefore be regarded as an […]

Global South Studies Center (GSSC) Co-Organizes Event Series on Fair Trade and Global Supply Chains in Textile Industry

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Global South Studies Center (GSSC) Co-Organizes Event Series on Fair Trade and Global Supply Chains in Textile Industry The event series “Fair Gehandelt? Textilindustrie und globale Lieferketten“ (Fair Trade? Global supply chains in the textile industry) dissects the future of fashion and how value chains in the textile industry can become more sustainable. A cooperation […]

GSSC Seminar Series: Sweetening Cocoa – An Ethnography of Subnational Sustainable Development in the Peruvian Amazon. With Anke Kaulard

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GSSC Seminar Series: Sweetening Cocoa – An Ethnography of Subnational Sustainable Development in the Peruvian Amazon. With Anke Kaulard The Global South Studies Center (GSSC) and MESH invite you to this edition of the GSSC Seminar Series! 16 April 2024 Sweetening Cocoa – An Ethnography of Subnational Sustainable Development in the Peruvian Amazon Anke Kaulard, Pontificia […]

Thom van Dooren to Join MESH after Receiving Humboldt Research Award

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Thom van Dooren to Join MESH after Receiving Humboldt Research Award The Humboldt Research Award is awarded to internationally leading researchers of all disciplines in recognition of their academic record to date. One of this year’s recipients is Australian anthropologist, cultural scientist and writer Thom van Dooren. The award includes a research grant of €60,000, […]

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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