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The Max Weber Programme is the largest postdoctoral training programme in the Social and Human Sciences in the world. This blog has been created to enhance the communication within the growing MWP community.

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mcClure september 2014

Spotlights on Poverty

Julia McClure (HEC MW Fellow 2014-2015)
Last week the Guardian reported that ‘poverty is at its most deadly when we no longer notice, we no longer care, we no longer even question it’. This article formed an important backdrop to the Poverty Research Workshop, where researchers from across the disciplines turned out to try to challenge [...]

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On Aggression: Psychoanalysis as Moral Politics in Post-Nazi Germany

Max Weber Lecture
Dagmar Herzog, City University of New York
10 December 2014, 17:00-18:30,  Badia, Theatre
Dagmar Herzog is distinguished professor of history and the Daniel Rose Faculty scholar at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. She has published extensively on the histories of sexuality and gender, theology and religion, Jewish-Christian relations and Holocaust memory. She gives particular attention in her research to methodological innovations in critical source analysis [...]

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poverty workshop

Poverty Research Workshop

Friday 5 December 2014, 9:15-17:00
MWP Common Room. Badia

The “Poverty Research Workshop” aims to establish an inter-disciplinary discussion on poverty research, the future directions and uses of a poverty research network, and ways in which academic practice can be linked to society today.
There will be a number of speakers from a range of disciplines from inside [...]

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