Welcome to the website of the DFG Research Training Group 1608/1
"Self-Making: Practices of Subjectivation in Historical and Interdisciplinary Perspective"
The DFG (German Research Foundation) Research Training Group “Self-Making: Practices of Subjectivation in Historical and Interdisciplinary Perspective” has been in existence at Oldenburg University since October 1, 2010. Through the participation of scholars from the fields of German Studies, Education, Protestant Theology, History, Cultural Studies, Philosophy, Sociology, and Sport Science, the group brings together a diverse range of perspectives from the humanities and social sciences.
The “Self-Making” Research Training Group was created to conduct a praxeological analysis of how individuals become identifiable and acknowledged as subjects in different historical and social contexts. Our analytical focus is twofold: First, we intend to shed light on how language, images, material artifacts, and (human) bodies are involved in practices of subjectivation. Second, we conceive of subjectivation not only as subjugation to particular norms of recognizability, but also as an active and reflective process of self-making, which contributes both to the reproduction as well as to the critique and change of the social and cultural worlds in which it takes place.
28. September 2016
Das Dorf als urbanes Projekt? Konflikthafte Ländlichkeiten am Beispiel eines niedersächsischen Dorfes
- Ein Vortrag von Claudia Oltmanns auf dem 38. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie...
20. October 2016 - 22. October 2016
14:00 - 14:00
24. October 2016 - 29. October 2016
25. October 2016
12:00 - 14:00
Location: GK-Seminarraum A3 1-109Forschungswerkstatt
25. October 2016
18:00 - 20:00
Location: GK-Seminarraum A3 1-109Theorie-Salon