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Cluster „Africa Multiple“

Im Exzellenzcluster „Africa Multiple“ will die Universität Bayreuth ihr Profilfeld Afrikastudien in enger Kooperation mit Partnerinstitutionen in Afrika neu ausrichten. Dabei sollen die kontinentalen und transkontinentalen Verflechtungen kultureller, sprachlicher, sozialer, religiöser, politischer, ökonomischer und ökologischer Prozesse sichtbar werden. Auf diese Weise wollen die Forschungsarbeiten im Cluster die Voraussetzungen für ein genaueres Verständnis dieser Prozesse schaffen.

In Fortführung des Credos der Bayreuther Afrikastudien, „Forschung über Afrika nur mit Afrika“, wird der Cluster innovative Formen der interkontinentalen Wissenschaftskooperation auf den Weg bringen. Mit einer neuen digitalen Forschungsumgebung wird die enge Zusammenarbeit zwischen den Disziplinen, ein Markenzeichen der Bayreuther Afrikaforschung, weiter ausgebaut. ...mehr

Interview

Was hat es mit dem Titel des neuen Exzellenzclusters, „Africa Multiple“ auf sich, um welche Forschungsthemen geht es dabei? Wie werden die interdisziplinären Kooperationen mit afrikanischen Partnereinrichtungen weiter ausgebaut? Und weshalb ist der Cluster in puncto Digitalisierung ein zukunftsweisendes Pilotprojekt? Um diese und viele weitere Fragen geht es im Interview mit Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Seesemann und Prof. Dr. Ute Fendler, dem Sprecher-Duo des Exzellenzclusters. ...mehr

Beteiligte Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler

Beteiligte Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler des Exzellenzclusters Africa Multiple
​Erdmute AlberEinklappen
Erdmute Alber

Chair of Social Anthropology
Vice-Director, Bayreuth Academy of Advanced African Studies

Member of the Research Section “Learning”

Areas of Specialisation: Political Anthropology, Anthropology of Kinship, Childhood and Inter-Generational Relations

​Eric AnchimbeEinklappen
Eric Anchimbe

“Akademischer Oberrat”, Privatdozent” at the Chair of English Linguistics
PhD, English Linguistics (University of Bayreuth)

Member of the Research Section “Knowledges”

Areas of Specialisation: Sociolinguistics, World Englishes, Postcolonial Pragmatics, Political Discourse (in Africa)

​Susan ArndtEinklappen
Susan Arndt

Professor of English Studies and Anglophone Literatures

Member of the Research Section “Knowledges”

Areas of Specialisation: Feminism and Gender/Queer Studies, Postcolonial and Diaspora Studies, Futurity and Posthumanism

​Uli BeiselEinklappen
Ulrike Beisel

Junior Professor of Culture and Technology in Africa

Member of the Research Section “Mobilities”

Areas of Specialisation: Science and Technology Studies, Human-Environment Relations, Medical Anthropology

​Iris ClemensEinklappen
Iris Clemens

Chair of Educational Science
Member of the Research Section “Learning”

Areas of Specialisation: Global Transmission of Knowledge, Network Theory, Concepts and Ideas Related to Education

​Martin DoevenspeckEinklappen
Martin Doevenspeck

Professor of Political Geography
Vice Dean, Bayreuth International Graduate School of African Studies (BIGSAS)

Spokesperson of the Research Section “Mobilities”

Areas of Specialisation: Migration, Border Studies, Conflict, Resources 

​Martina DrescherEinklappen
Martina Drescher

Chair of Romance Linguistics
Vice Dean, Bayreuth International Graduate School of African Studies (BIGSAS)

Member of the Research Section “Moralities”

Areas of Specialisation: Discourse Analysis, Sociolinguistics, Genre Analysis, Language and Emotions, Francophone World

​Ute FendlerEinklappen
Ute Fendler

Chair of Romance and Comparative Literature
Vice-Director, Bayreuth Academy of Advanced African Studies

Spokesperson of the Cluster Proposal “Africa Multiple”

Member of the Research Section “Arts & Aesthetics“

Areas of Specialisation: French and Francophone Literatures and Film, Intermedial Phenomena, Memory, Popular Culture

​Joël GlasmanEinklappen
Joël Glasman

Professor of African History

Member of the Research Section “Mobilities”

Areas of Specialisation: Colonial and Postcolonial History, Refugee and Migration Studies, History of the State

​Christine HankeEinklappen
Prof. Dr. Christine Hanke

Chair of Digital and Audiovisual Media

Member of the Research Section “Knowledges”

Areas of Specialisation: Digital Media Theory, Image and Film Theory, Science and Technology Studies, Postcolonial Theory

​Susanne MühleisenEinklappen
Susanne Mühleisen

Chair of English Linguistics

Member of the Research Section “Learning”

Areas of Specialisation: Creole Studies, Sociolinguistics, Pragmatics, Translation Studies, Orality and Literacy

​Ivo RitzerEinklappen
Ivo Ritzer

Junior Professor of Media in Africa

Member of the Research Section “Arts & Aesthetics”

Areas of Specialisation: Media Aesthetics, Media Anthropology, Media Archaeology

​Eberhard RothfußEinklappen
Eberhard Rothfuß

Chair of Social and Population Geography

Member of the Research Section “Moralities”

Areas of Specialisation: Urban Studies, Development Geography, Governance and Climate Change

​Cyrus SamimiEinklappen
Cyrus Samimi

Professor of Climatology
Deputy Director, Institute of African Studies

Member of the Research Section “Mobilities”

Areas of Specialisation: Climate & Environmental Change, Human-Environment Interaction, Remote Sensing

​Katharina SchrammEinklappen
Katharina Schramm

Chair of Social and Cultural Anthropology

Spokesperson of the Research Section “Knowledges”

Areas of Specialisation: Anthropology of Science and Technology, Race and Racism, Citizenship and Political Subjectivity

​Rudolf SchüßlerEinklappen
Prof. Dr. Rudolf Schüßler

Chair of Philosophy II (Ethics)

Member of the Research Section “Moralities”

Areas of Specialisation: Practical Ethics, Theories of Justice, Conflict Resolution

​Rüdiger SeesemannEinklappen
Rüdiger Seesemann

Chair of Islamic Studies with Focus on Africa
Director, Institute of African Studies

Spokesperson of the Cluster Proposal “Africa Multiple”
Member of the Research Section “Learning”

Areas of Specialisation: Sufism, Islam and Modernity, Islam and Politics, Islamic Education, Islamic Knowledge, Religion in Africa

​Eva SpiesEinklappen
Eva Spies

Junior Professor of Religious Studies with Focus on Africa

Spokesperson of the Research Section “Moralities”

Areas of Specialisation: Christianity in Africa, Religious Diversity, Development Cooperation and Religion

​David StadelmannEinklappen
David Stadelmann

Professor of Development Economics

Spokesperson of the Research Section “Affiliations”

Areas of Specialisation: Political Economics and Development

​Alexander StrohEinklappen
Alexander Stroh

Junior Professor of African Politics and Development Policy

Member of the Research Section “Affiliations”

Areas of Specialisation: Comparative Democratisation, Political Parties and Elections, Judicial Politics and Constitutionalism

​Rémi TchokotheEinklappen
Rémi Tchokothe

“Akademischer Rat” at the Chair of African Linguistics

Member of the Research Section “Arts & Aesthetics”

Areas of Specialisation: Literature and Migration, African Youth Languages in the Diaspora, Literary Market for African Languages and Literatures, Intercultural Translation

​Clarissa VierkeEinklappen
Clarissa Vierke

Professor of Literatures in African Languages

Spokesperson of the Research Section “Arts & Aesthetics”

Areas of Specialisation: Swahili Literature and Popular Culture, Manuscript Cultures, Poetics and Aesthetic Experience, Textual Networks in the Indian Ocean, Literature in Multilingual Contexts

​Ulf VierkeEinklappen
Ulf Vierke

PhD, Anthropology (University of Bayreuth)
“Akademischer Oberrat”; Director, Iwalewahaus

Member of the Research Section “Arts & Aesthetics”

Areas of Specialisation: African Arts, Popular Culture, Photography, Disability Studies

​Ulrike WanitzekEinklappen
Prof. Dr. Ulrike Wanitzek

Professor of Law by special appointment; “Akademischer Oberrat” at the Institute of African Studies
Director, Tanzanian-German Centre for Eastern African Legal Studies at the University of Dar es Salaam

Member of the Research Section “Affiliations”

Areas of Specialisation: Family Law, Land Law, Legal Pluralism, Law of Regional Integration

​Volker WieseEinklappen
Volker Wiese

Chair of Civil Law III (German and International Law of Civil Procedure)

Member of the Research Section “Affiliations”

Areas of Specialisation: Law of Civil Procedure, Mediation and Arbitration, Private European and International Law, Legal Harmonisation

Verantwortlich für die Redaktion: Tanja Heinlein

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