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Workshop „Global Publics and their Actors“

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Starts on
09.09.22
Ends on
09.09.22

09:30 — 17:00

Berlin-Brandenburg
Academy of Sciences and Humanities

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Valeska Huber, historian and member of Die Junge Akademie, and the team of her Emmy Noether Research Group “Reaching the People: Communication and Global Orders in the Twentieth Century” will organize a one-day workshop on “Global Publics and their Actors” on September 9, 2022.

Jointly, they will examine historical actors who have imagined, addressed, and challenged global publics in the twentieth century. The goal of the workshop is to investigate how looking at actors from a range of professions and fields of activity (including media, education, the women's movement, anti-colonialism) can help them better understand different forms of global publics.

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