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Press & peer review

Fellows and resident staff alike are regularly publishing their research results in diverse channels and formats. Until this date, the following publications have come out of the Kolleg.

Publications 2022

Balme, Christopher, and Roaa Ali. ‘Festivals in the COVID Age of Crisis’. Contemporary Theatre Review 32, no. 3–4 (2 October 2022): 336–41. https://doi.org/10.1080/10486801.2022.2117804.


Balme, Christopher. ‘Theatre and Citizenship Education. Global Perspectives and Points of Contact’. In International Perspectives on Drama and Citizenship Education: Acting Globally, edited by Nicholas McGuinn et al., 9–18. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2022.


Brauner, Christina. ‘Das „globale Mittelalter“ und die Gegenwart der Geschichtswissenschaft’. traverse 2 (2022): 41–62.


Brauner, Christina. ‘Wie politisch kann, soll und muss Geschichtsschreibung sein?’ zeitgeschichte | online (blog), 6 September 2022.


Brauner, Christina. ‘”Without You”: “German coffee” and the politics of dis:connection’. global dis:connect (blog), 21 June 2022.


Brandes, Nikolai. ‘“Das Ziel waren Wohnungen für die ganze Bevölkerung”. Ein Gespräch mit dem mosambikanischen Architekten Mário do Rosário, der in Maputo die Umsetzung eines der letzten Wohnungsbauprojekte der DDR im Ausland begleitete’. In Architekturexport DDR Zwischen Sansibar und Halensee, edited by Andreas Butter and Thomas Flierl, 56–71. Berlin: Lukas Verlag für Kunst- und Geistesgeschichte, 2023.


Dogramaci, Burcu. ‘Bilder Migration – Migration der Bilder?’ Edited by Henry Kaap. kritische berichte 50, no. 3 (2022): 37–47.


Dogramaci, Burcu. ‘Close to the Field: The Artistic Portrayal of Seasonal Workers in Germany’. Journal of Migration Studies, 1 September 2022, 145–62. https://doi.org/10.48439/ZMF.165.


Dogramaci, Burcu. ‘Das migrantische Wohnzimmer. Wohnen und Einrichten in einem fremden Land’. Migrazine. Online Magazin von Migrantinnen für alle (blog), 2022.


Dogramaci, Burcu. ‘French painting and the nineteenth century with a postscript by Alfred Flechtheim’. static: thoughts and research from global dis:connect 1, no. 1 (2022): 49–54.


Dogramaci, Burcu. ‘Hans Haackes DER BEVÖLKERUNG und die Kunst der Migration / Hans Haacke’s DER BEVÖLKERUNG and the Art of Migration’. In Hans Haacke: DER BEVÖLKERUNG: Wir (alle) sind das Volk, edited by Marius Babias, Oliver Schwarz, and Ursula Ströbele, 58–63, 185–88. n.b.k. Ausstellungen 25. Köln: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther und Franz König, 2022.


Dogramaci, Burcu. ‘Images of dis:connectivity: Leon Trotsky on Büyükada’. global dis:connect (blog), 4 December 2022.


Dogramaci, Burcu. ‘Kunst der Postmigration. Widerständige Geschichte(n) im Werk von Cana Bilir-Meier’. In Postkolonialismus und Postmigration, edited by Ömer Alin and Lena Geuer, 241–68. Münster: Unrast, 2022.


Dogramaci, Burcu. ‘Metropolitan Exile: London, Refugee Artists and Places of Contact in the 1930s and 1940s’. In Sites of Interchange, edited by Lucy Wasensteiner, 177–94. Oxford: Peter Lang UK, 2022. https://doi.org/10.3726/b15599.


Dogramaci, Burcu. ‘Nomadic camera: photography, exile and dis:connectivity’. static: thoughts and research from global dis:connect 1, no. 1 (2022): 33–41.


Dogramaci, Burcu. ‘Place-Making Und Exil’. In Exil, Flucht, Migration, edited by Bettina Bannasch, Doerte Bischoff, and Burcu Dogramaci, 151–61. De Gruyter, 2022. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110770995-015.


Dogramaci, Burcu, Bettina Bannasch, and Doerte Bischoff, eds. Exil, Flucht, Migration: Konfligierende Begriffe, Vernetzte Diskurse? De Gruyter, 2022. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110770995.


Dogramaci, Burcu, Sabeth Buchmann, Ilse Lafer, and Ursula Ströbele. ‘Production, Transport, and Logistics Infrastructure in Modern and Contemporary Art. Sabeth Buchmann & Ilse Lafer in Conversation with Burcu Dogramaci & Ursula Ströbele’. In Broken Relations. Infrastructure, Aesthetic, and Critique, edited by Beatrice von Bismarck, Martin Beck, Sabeth Buchmann, and Ilse Lafer, 123–35. Leipzig: Spector Books, 2022.


Dogramaci, Burcu, Peter Krieger, Zeynep Kuban, and Nadia von Maltzahn. ‘Kunstgeschichtliche Forschungspraxis in globalen Kontexten. Gespräch mit Peter Krieger, Zeynep Kuban und Nadia von Maltzahn’. Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 85, no. 1 (2022): 3–12.


Geiger, Hanni. ‘Past:present represent. Imagining dis:connected Mediterranean bodies’. global dis:connect (blog), 6 July 2022.


Grasskamp, Anna, Anne Gerritsen, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden, and Hong Kong Baptist University, eds. Transformative Jars: Asian Ceramic Vessels as Transcultural Enclosures. Material Culture of Art and Design. London, New York, Oxford: Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2022.


Güngör, Ayşe. ‘Mapping the Wounds of the World: Dis:Connectivities of Global Representation at the 12th Berlin Biennale’. Global Dis:connect (blog), 15 November 2022.


Gutiérrez, Yolanda. ‘Am Wasser’. TANZ – Zeitschrift Für Ballett, Tanz Und Performance, 2022, 18–19.


Maci, Enis, ed. Filamentous Magic Carpets. Berlin: März Verlag, 2022.


Menger, Tom. ‘Abdulrazak Gurnah and the Afterlives of German Colonialism’. Africa Is a Country (blog), 13 January 2022.


Menger, Tom. ‘Concealing Colonial Comparability: British Exceptionalism, Imperial Violence, and the Dynamiting of Cave Refuges in Southern Africa, 1879–1897’. The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 50, no. 5 (3 September 2022): 860–89. https://doi.org/10.1080/03086534.2022.2057742.


Menger, Tom. ‘Of “Big Bags” and “Golden Bridges”. Thinking the Colonial Massacre in British, German, and Dutch Manuals of Colonial Warfare, 1860-1910’. In Europe across Boundaries. Jahrbuch Für Europäische Geschichte / European History Yearbook 22. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2022. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110776232.


Menger, Tom. ‘Lithospheric Connectivity’. Static. Thoughts and Research from Global Dis:Connect 1, no. 1 (2022): 23–33.


Menger, Tom. ‘“Press the Thumb onto the Eye”. Moral Effect, Extreme Violence, and the Transimperial Notions of British, German and Dutch Colonial Warfare, c. 1890-1914’. Itinerario. Journal of Imperial and Global Interactions, 2022. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1017/S0165115321000371.


Menger, Tom. ‘Routes of Violence: Transimperial Mobility and Colonial War in the British, German, and Dutch Empires, c. 1880-1914’. Transimperial History Blog (blog), 28 February 2022.


Nübling, Anna Sophia. ‘Am Teppich zerren. Vom Zusammenhang von ökologischem und technizistischen Denken’. In Filamentious Magic Carpets, edited by Enis Maci, 28–34. Berlin: März Verlag, 2022.


Nübling, Anna Sophia. ‘Mars and the Urge to Connect around 1900’. Static: Thoughts and Research from Global Dis:Connect 1, no. 1 (2022): 41–47.


Nübling, Anna Sophia. ‘Rez. David Kuchenbuch: Welt-Bildner. Arno Peters, Richard Buckminster Fuller und die Medien des Globalismus, 1940-2000’. Jahrbuch für Kommunikationsgeschichte 24 (2022): 151.


Ostoyich, Kevin. ‘Forging a Balance between Fact and Fantasy: Charlotte Krueger, Debbie Walter, and the Legacy of Operation Bernhard’. In Forging Secrets: Faces and Facts Inside the Nazi Operation Bernhard Scheme, edited by Florence and Laurence Spungen Family Foundation. Coin & Currency Institute, 2022.


Ostoyich, Kevin. ‘Preface: Putting a Face on Money’. In Forging Secrets: Faces and Facts Inside the Nazi Operation Bernhard Scheme, edited by Florence and Laurence Spungen Family Foundation. Coin & Currency Institute, 2022.


Ostoyich, Kevin. ‘The Power of an Unadorned Voice: Jack Plapler’s Question’. In Forging Secrets: Faces and Facts Inside the Nazi Operation Bernhard Scheme, edited by Florence and Laurence Spungen Family Foundation. Coin & Currency Institute, 2022.


Ostoyich, Kevin, and Rebecca Ostoyich. ‘Undergraduate Research in History: Into the Archives. Undergraduate Historians as Good Citizens’. In The Cambridge Handbook of Undergraduate Research, edited by Harald A. Mieg, Elizabeth Ambos, Angela Brew, Dominique Galli, and Judith Lehmann, 1st ed., 313–20. Cambridge University Press, 2022. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108869508.043.


Ostoyich, Kevin, and Yun Xia. The History of the Shanghai Jews New Pathways of Research. Cham: Springer International Publishing AG, 2022.


Puzon, Katarzyna. Critique of ‘Shifting Worlds, Shaping Fieldwork. A Memoir of Anthropology and Art by Susan Ossman. London: Routledge, 2021’. Visual Anthropology Review 38, no. 2 (2022). https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1111/var.12272.


Sivasundaram, Sujit. ‘Breaking Water: The Dilemmas of Dis:Connection in a Global-South City’. Global Dis:connect (blog), 2 November 2022.


Sörgel, Sabine. ‘On the Ambivalence of Flags’. Global Dis:Connect (blog), 29 March 2022.


Wenzlhuemer, Roland. ‘Crisis and Dis:Connectivity’. Static: Thoughts and Research from Global Dis:Connect 1, no. 1 (2022): 9–13.


Wenzlhuemer, Roland. ‘Images of Dis:Connectivity: Ascension Island Manned Space Flight Network Station’. Global Dis:Connect (blog), 26 April 2022.


Wenzlhuemer, Roland. ‘Rethinking Cross-Border Connections: A Personal Account’. Bulletin of the German Historical Institute 70 (2022): 97–104.


Wilkinson, Callie. ‘“Pernicious Publicity”: The East India Company, the Military, and the Freedom of the Press, 1818–1823’. Journal of British Studies 61, no. 4 (2022): 915–48. https://doi.org/10.1017/jbr.2022.139.