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Debate - Third Session of Open MIS-Understandings: Difference

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Speaker: Till Dembeck (Associate professor in German Literature and Multilingual Philology) and Elke Murdock (Research scientist in Developmental and Cross-Cultural Psychology)
Event date: Tuesday, 25 January 2022 05:00 pm - 06:00 pm
Place: Online

Invitation 

Open MIS-Understandings is a debate series of the FHSE Key Research Area MIS to promote interdisciplinary exchange on central concepts of migration research.

The third Open MIS-Understandings session is dedicated to the notion of difference. Although of crucial importance for cultural and social studies, the concept of difference and its divers and shifting understandings in various scholarly fields are rarely systematically discussed. A conceptual reflection seems particularly important with regard to migration related research and public.

Speakers and discussants

Till Dembeck (Associate professor in German Literature and Multilingual Philology)

Elke Murdock (Research scientist in Developmental and Cross-Cultural Psychology)

Organised by Elisabeth Boesen and Christian Wille

on behalf of the Key Research Area MIS

Online Session via Webex

https://unilu.webex.com/unilu-de/j.php?MTID=m435132f1bc71652ade24645bf1b7e417

More information on the MIS website http://mis.uni.lu/open-mis-understandings

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