MC: Doris Bachmann-Medick: Part III (“Output”- Session)- Practices of Self-Positioning in the Academic Community (GCSC)
Jan 23, 2018
from 11:00 to 01:30
|Where||Phil I, GCSC, R.001|
|Contact Name||Jens Kugele|
|Contact Phone||+49 641 / 99-30 053|
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***This Master Class series is primarily (but not only) addressed to the new members of the GCSC. It consists of 3 parts.***
This third part of the MC series is meant
- to develop and discuss individual ideas how to make the topics dealt with pragmatically applicable to one’s own work (in the dissertation, in Research Areas, in other scholarly engagements etc.)
- to widen the horizon and reflect the necessity to position oneself – beyond concepts – in a broader intellectual discourse and academic market (Angermüller).
Basic Requirement for Preparation:
- Short inputs or presentations of some exemplary questions/parts/problems of the individual dissertation projects to be discussed in the group.
- Text: Johannes Angermüller: How to Become an Academic Philosopher: Academic Discourse as a Multileveled Positioning Practice, in: Sociología Histórica 2 (2013): 263-289.