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Winter semester 2019/2020 5 Seminars
VAK Course Number Title Type Lecture
Preliminary studies
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SWS Semester weekly hours Teachers Degree
4.02.037 The British Navy, social history and transnational employment, c.1750-c.1820 Dates on Friday. 15.11.19 14:00 - 18:30, Saturday. 16.11.19 10:30 - 18:00, Friday. 06.12.19 14:00 - 18:30, Saturday. 07.12.19 10:30 - 18:00
Description:
Seminar - Sara Caputo
  • Bachelor
  • Master
  • Master of Education
4.07.135 Christian Art and Interreligious Dialogue in India The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
From the seventh century to the present, Christian art has existed in India. In the horizon of Christian-Islamic-Hindu encounters, different art styles can be analyzed. In this seminary, we will read and discuss the book "Intercultural Dialogue in Art and Religion" by Gudrun Löwner. The collection of essays covers a wide range of intercultural and interreligious issues that become visible in art. There is a lot to discover for all those who are interested in Asia, religion and Dialouge. From the seventh century to the present, Christian art has existed in India. In the horizon of Christian-Islamic-Hindu encounters, different art styles can be analyzed. In this seminary, we will read and discuss the book "Intercultural Dialogue in Art and Religion" by Gudrun Löwner. The collection of essays covers a wide range of intercultural and interreligious issues that become visible in art. There is a lot to discover for all those who are interested in Asia, religion and Dialouge.
Seminar - Sabine Hübner
  • Bachelor
  • Master
  • Master of Education
4.05.811 Evidence Based Practice in Sports (EBP) Monday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 21/10/19)

Description:
Seminar 2 Ph.D. Irene Faber
  • Master
4.02.039 The Art of Microhistory Dates on Tuesday. 22.10.19 16:00 - 18:00, Monday. 02.12.19, Monday. 20.01.20, Monday. 10.02.20 17:00 - 19:00, Thursday. 26.03.20 10:00 - 16:00
Description:
The Canadian historian Thomas V. Cohen is one of the most esteemed and pronounced microhistorians of his generation. He has combined his fascination for microhistorical approaches to history with the art of writing as a microhistorian. Thomas Cohen will visit Oldenburg University 26th to 27th of March 2020, and together with his wife Elizabeth, we will run a workshop on "The Art of Microhistory" for students. This workshop is integrated into this class and attendance is obligatory. In the class running up to this workshop, we will read and discuss core texts written by Thomas Cohen including his latest “Roman Tales. A reader’s guide to the Art of Microhistory” as well as selected microhistorical classics by Natalie Zemon Davis and Carlo Ginzburg. We will also read a couple of core texts on the writing of historical analysises and debates about the “correct” style of “how to write as a historian”. The first introductory meeting is on Tuesday, 22 October at 4.15 pm in A 11 014. There will be only five more meetings, possibly in the evening and in a relaxed setting of a reading and discussion club taking place in the Villa GeistReich. The Canadian historian Thomas V. Cohen is one of the most esteemed and pronounced microhistorians of his generation. He has combined his fascination for microhistorical approaches to history with the art of writing as a microhistorian. Thomas Cohen will visit Oldenburg University 26th to 27th of March 2020, and together with his wife Elizabeth, we will run a workshop on "The Art of Microhistory" for students. This workshop is integrated into this class and attendance is obligatory. In the class running up to this workshop, we will read and discuss core texts written by Thomas Cohen including his latest “Roman Tales. A reader’s guide to the Art of Microhistory” as well as selected microhistorical classics by Natalie Zemon Davis and Carlo Ginzburg. We will also read a couple of core texts on the writing of historical analysises and debates about the “correct” style of “how to write as a historian”. The first introductory meeting is on Tuesday, 22 October at 4.15 pm in A 11 014. There will be only five more meetings, possibly in the evening and in a relaxed setting of a reading and discussion club taking place in the Villa GeistReich.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Dagmar Freist
  • Bachelor
  • Master
  • Master of Education
4.05.850 Talent in sport - Theoretical considerations Dates on Sunday. 17.03.19 10:00 - 14:00, Monday. 17.02.20 10:00 - 18:00, Tuesday. 18.02.20 10:00 - 14:00, Monday. 16.03.20 10:00 - 18:00, Tuesday. 17.03.20 10:00 - 14:00
Description:
Seminar - Ph.D. Irene Faber
  • Master
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