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Jörg Rüpke receives honorary doctorate from Karl Franzens University Graz

On 27 October 2021, Mr Jörg Rüpke was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Graz.

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We need a new form of society. The old programme has been exhausted.

Speaker Hartmut Rosa in Der Spiegel on a new centre and the way out of the frenzied standstill of late modernity (Paywall)

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Who owns the wind?

Deputy Speaker Tilman Reitz in conversation with the FAZ

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Silke van Dyk interviewed by taz

Social inequality is on the rise in Germany and is solidified by current ownership structures.

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Tilman Reitz in an interview with Neues Deutschland

The structure of the SFB explained: historical perspectives, current conflicts, and alternatives to current property relations

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Science and practice as dialog

How can we think (social) science and practical experience together?

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"Property is resilient like the Alps"

Lively discussion about Gunnar Folke Schupperts book "Eigentum neu denken. Ein Rechtsinstitut zwischen Wandel und Resilienz"

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Inauguration event: Bringing the topic of property back into sociology

Academics and practitioners exchanged ideas on the topic of property at the inaugural event on July 8 and 9.

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Silke van Dyk nterviewed by Radio F.R.E.I.

The battle for the sand moulds - form, meaning, distribution and obligation of property. Reappropriating with Silke van Dyk

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Book release "Critical Theory and New Materialisms"

A new publication with the collaboration of Hartmut Rosa and Christoph Henning (TP C06) has been published by Routledge.

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Nachgefragt beim Sonderforschungsbereich "Strukturwandel des Eigentums"

Hartmut Rosa und Silke van Dyk (mit Tilman Reitz Sprecher*innen des SFB) im Gespräch mit Soziopolis.

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New SFB-offices in Jena

After extensive renovations, the Jena employees are finally moving in! You can now find us on the 23rd floor of the Jentower.

Inauguration of the SFB 294: Structural Change of Property

The opening conference will take place on 8 and 9 July 2021. Our Guests can expect a varied programme with exciting contribution

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Fruitful exchange at the internal kick-off meeting

Three project areas and four working groups constituted at the SFB: Take a look at our research program to find out more!

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First steps in the SFB

The SFB TRR 294 is currently being set up. By now, over 100 researchers are investigating the structural change of property.