Historical Anthropography, or How People Perceive their Place in Time, Social and “Geocultural” Spaces
The project aims at development of Reinhart Koselleck's "Erfahrungsraum und Erwartungshorizont" (Frankfurt am Main, 1989), a theoretical concept on the historical basis of changes in self-perception within different strata of Polish society between the end of the 18th and the beginn
The aim of the project is, on the one hand, to reconstruct the political philosophies developed by selected early phenomenologists, such as Arnold Metzger, Moritz Geiger, Aurel Kolnai, Kurt Stavenhagen or Gerhart Husserl, and, on the other hand, to identify the specific method of dealing with pol
Fellowship Continuance: Out of the Shadows: How Central and Eastern Europe Became Modern
Piotr Kosicki continues his non-resident research from his previous fellowship and is working on his book, "Out of the Shadows," which tells the story of Central and Eastern Europe from the Enlightenment to the present.
The March 2021 killing of six Asian American women in Atlanta followed a year in which the 45th US President and the right-wing media had gleefully referred to the “China Virus” – exemplifying the tendency in a pandemic to make a scapegoat of the original disease
Panel Event: The German Elections and Europe's Future
This public panel discussion will address the results of the elections from three regions of Europe by researchers who are this year’s Europe’s Futures Fellows, moderated by the IWM Acting Rector and Permanent Fellow,…
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