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Global Knowledge Culture(s) – Postcolonial Perspectives on Film, Arts, Literature and Science

WS 2022

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Fr 14.10.2022–27.01.2023 10:00–12:00  C18-LG 4 | D02  |  Pandemie/Pandemic: ONLINE
ET Mo 12.12.2022 10:00–12:00  C03-LG 1 | 135  |  Pandemie/Pandemic: ONLINE
ET Fr 03.02.2023 10:00–14:00  C18-LG 4 | D01  |  Pandemie/Pandemic: ONLINE

Students from the MA Kinder- und Jugendmedien, who want to participate in the course, should send me a personal Email prior to the first session. Please note that I have to limit places for non-Global Communication students to 5 maximum. Moreover, this course is dedicated to advanced students; hence, first semester students will not be able to participate.

M KJM 2017 W04#01 // S 9LP   ::223815::
M Kom 2018 VKKG#01 // S 3LP   ::223816::

The course circles around the question of how „global knowledge” and “global culture“ is communicatively constructed and shared worldwide. In order to approach an answer, students will deal with basic texts from postcolonial studies and about the “knowledge society”. Together we will discuss how postcolonial approaches can enrich media and communication studies. After the collaborative development of a conceptual basis, we will evaluate communicative structures and processes in the cultural subsystems of global society, including film, the fine arts, literature, and science. In small group and/or individual explorative research projects, students will analyze selected dimensions of global interaction and communication within the named fields. More precisely, exemplary projects can deal with questions such as the following: Which kind of narratives are translated worldwide? What are excluded stories of an imagined global collective memory? Does everybody have access to the global centers of scientific knowledge production? How do schools implement postcolonial approaches in order to educate “global citizens”? Does knowledge diffusion work the same in different regions of the world? Who produces and shares the knowledge on Wikipedia? Who shares (audio-)visual and aesthetic symbols in the world? Does art promote a “global knowledge gap”? The discussions will result in working papers, which document the status quo of global connectivity and communication in these areas of human creativity from a postcolonial perspective. A Moodle room will be available for the course. The link and further information will be given to all participants in the first session.

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 = wöchentlicher Termin , ET = Einzeltermin , AB = A- oder B-Woche , Vo = Vorbesprechung , Ex = Exkursion , Kl = Klausur , Tä, At, Wt = täglicher (Block-)Termin , nV = nach Vereinbarung/nicht festgelegt.  = wöchentlicher Termin (meets weekly) , ET = Einzeltermin (meets one time only) , AB = A- oder B-Woche (alternating: “A” or “B” weeks) , Vo = Vorbesprechung (preliminary meeting) , Ex = Exkursion (excursion/study trip) , Kl = Klausur (exam) , Tä, At, Wt = täglicher (Block-)Termin (meets daily/block seminar) , nV = nach Vereinbarung/nicht festgelegt (by appointment, TBA).

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AMG = AudiMaxGebäude , APS = AlteParteiSchule , FG = Forschungsgebäude , GH = Gartenhaus , GSH = Große Sporthalle , HdProjekte = Haus der Projekte , KSyn = Kleine Synagoge , LG = Lehrgebäude , MG = Mitarbeitergbäude , MTV Halle = Männerturnverein Halle , SH JP = Schwimmhalle Johannesplatz , WBS = Willy Brandt School , ZSG = Zentralschulgarten

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