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Nomad Properties. Political Anthropologies of Nomadism from the 18th Century until Today

Workshop des Teilprojekts A03 des SFB Strukturwandel des Eigentums an der Universität Erfurt 1.-2. Juli 2022.

Wissenschaftliches Programm

Friday, July 1

8.30 Beginn der wissenschaftlichen Tagung
9:00 Begrüßung/Introduction
9:30-11:00 Panel 1 Nomadism – Empirical Realities and Philosophical Concepts

Georg Klute (University of Bayreuth): Nomadic Forms of Life in Northern Mali and Northern Niger from the 1970ies to the Present
Jedrzej Breszinski (Polish Academy of Sciences Warsaw): How to become a Nomad and not mad?Habit in Deleuze and his Predecessors

11:00-11:30 Kaffee
11:30-13:00 Panel 2 The Nomad as a Key Figure in Social Anthropology

Anna Möllers (University of Erfurt): [title yet to be determined]
Sina Steglich (German Historical Institute London): Beyond the Dream of Development. Endorsement and Critique of Nomad Subsistence Economies in the late 20th Century

13:00-14:00 Mittagspause/Lunch
14:00-14:30 Kaffee
14:30-16:00 Panel 3 Towards an Environmental History of Eastern Europe

Michal Pospiszyl (Polish Academy of Sciences Warsaw): Erase the traces! Visibility, Enlightenment and Swamp Maroons in Eastern Europe
Chechesh Kudachinova (Humboldt University Berlin):“All Roads North”: Reimagining Colonialism and Dispossession in Modern Siberia

16:00 Kaffee
16:30-18:00 Keynote

Elena Marushiakova and Veselin Popov (University of St. Andrews): Service nomadism and transition to modernity of Roma in Central, South-Eastern, and Eastern Europe

19:00 Abendessen/Dinner

 

Saturday, July 2

9:00-10:30 Panel 4 Positive Images of Nomadism in Western Enlightenment

Christoph Henning (University of Erfurt): Nomadism and Anti-Capitalism: Exploring the ethnological Counter-Discourse
Gregor Kanitz (Sun Yat-sen University Guangzhou): Nomad Enlightenment? Provincially controlled drives in 18th century educational narratives

10:30 Kaffee
11:00-12:30 Panel 5 Rootlessness, Nomadism and Capitalism

Lukasz Moll  (University of Wroclaw): Plebeian Commons and Nomadic Commoning: Beyond Regimes of Enclosures and Property
Dekel Peretz (University of Heidelberg): Nomadism, Capitalism, and the Figure of the Jew. Franz Oppenheimer and Werner Sombart

12:30-13:30 Abschlussdiskussion/Conclusive discussion