Institute News

Here you will find current news from the institute. Also have a look at our Events page. STS studentscan find all information about the implementation of their studies including deadlines and dates under For MA Students.

Summer Term 2022

STS Lecture Series 2022
Dear students, colleagues and others,
We would like to invite you to our Lecture Series 'Fixing Futures' this semester. This time the Lecture Series has been organized in collaboration with Human Geography, Sociology and within the framework of LaSST. We are very pleased to welcome quite extraordinary scholars this summer semester and look forward to lively participation (both online and offline).

Winter Term 2021/22

Phd Award Otto

We warmly congratulate Dr. Laura McAdam-Otto on the award of her dissertation "Unaccompanied, minor, refugee?! Fixations, Ambivalences and Negotiations of 'Adult Minors' in the European Border Regime: The Example of Malta" with the Augsburg Science Award for Intercultural Studies.

Winter Term 2021/22

Student Tutorials
Two student tutorials have started at the Institute of Cultural Anthropology and European Ethnology!

Tutorial 1 - Digital Methods. Start: Monday, 13.12.2021 - 4pm
Tutorial 2 - Career Orientation. Start: Wednesday 15.12.2021 - 6pm

Winter Term 2021/22

Project presentation by Dr. Katharina Graf, Institute of Cultural Anthropology and European Ethnology, Goethe University Frankfurt, on Wednesday, 1 December 2021, 6pm. More...

Winter Term 2021/22

Dear students, dear colleagues, dear interested parties,

In the context of two courses from the last SoSe 2021, the podcast series 'trashtalks' was created. Students from the BA research seminar 'Networked Ways of Waste' and the MA course 'Waste in and out of Pericapitalist Sites' have dealt with topics around waste in a total of 11 podcast episodes.

The podcasts focus on the waste sector in Germany in general, on recycling, on the recycling of food and old clothes, on the disposal of hazardous waste as well as on Zero Waste approaches. We also have exciting insights into the recovery of phosphorus from sewage sludge. Or tune in to hear how microplastics are becoming a problem. If you're wondering what queer approaches have to do with waste research, you've come to the right place, as well as if you want to take a closer look at waste and global inequalities. With this in mind: listen in! Also: the last three episodes are in English!

More information about the podcast series can be found here: blog.studiumdigitale.uni-frankfurt.de/trashtalks

Or directly on Soundcloud: https://tinyurl.com/4u4ta5vy

Best regards,
Kathrin Eitel