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The RG Verne is part of the scientific domain 'Development Geography':

 

Development Geography

 

Julia Verne, Prof. Dr.
University professor - development geography
Postal adress: Meckenheimer Allee 166 - D-53115 Bonn
Office: Geozentrum - Meckenheimer Allee 176

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Recent Events and Activities

 

DFG Grant

The DFG has approved Lisa Krieg's project application "Gecko translocalities. The negotiation of social and ecological values in human-animal relations between Germany and the Indian Ocean". The project duration is two years.


05.02.2018 - Workshop: "Thinking through wildness in the Anthropocene"
with Dr. Sara Asu Schroer

In this workshop we'd like to think through notions of wildness in the Anthropocene: how is wildness imagined, realized, and managed today? We'd like to talk about different concepts of wildness, and how they are entangled with societal processes, political agendas, and technological visions and possibilities. While untouched wildness is often an ideal and a goal shaping conservation policies, "wild" nature is simultaneously under strict regimes of control (control of gene-pools and studbooks in wildlife population management) and entangled with scientific interventions (de-extinction projects through genetic engineering). Such paradoxes and surprising entanglements are at the core of what we'd like to discuss.

Termin: Montag, 5.2.2018, 9:30 - 12:00 Uhr
Wo: Geozentrum, Meckenheimer Allee 176, Bonn, Ü7

Diskussionsgrundlage: 2 Texte, werden noch verschickt 
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30.06.2017 - Graduation ceremony of the International Joint Master's

 

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Verne Abschlussfeier 

Prof. Julia Verne, head of the Joint Academic Board addresses the 26 graduates during the first graduation ceremony of the International Joint Master's (UNU/GIUB). The students who came from 12 different countries to participate in this unique course received the degree of 'Master of Science in Geography of Environmental Risk and Human Security'. The local newspaper, General Anzeiger, reported on the day: link

 


23.5.2017 - Lecture

Julia Verne held a presentation as part of a lecture series in Marburg on "Transregional entanglements: spatial connections beyond established metageographies".


12-13.5.2017 - Workshop Erlangen

Julia Verne, Lisa Krieg and Julian Rochlitz participated in the Workshop 'Technologie, Gesellschaft und Raum im Reden über das "digitale Zeitalter"' in Erlangen.

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10.5.2017 - Job opportunities? Panel Discussion

Julia Verne was part of a panel discussion on job opportunities for geography graduates at the Praktikumsbörse of GIUB. She talked about her understanding and experience in following a career in academia.

 


4-5.5.2017 - Conference in Frankfurt
 
Julia Verne presented her project on smart development at the Anthropology meets Pragmatist Philosophy: Anticipatory Knowledge, Human Rights/Security, and Practices of Inquiry conference organised by: Dr. James Thomposon (Uni Frankfurt & MPIeR) and Dr. Sabine Mannitz (HSFK)
 

17.10.2016 - Blog for Transregional Research (TRAFO)
 
 “All Things Transregional?” in Konversation mit Julia Verne
 

Die Interviewreihe "All Things Transregional?" der Platform für Transregionale Forschung (TRAFO) befragte Julia Verne zu ihren Erfahrungen in Transregionaler Forschung und wichtigen Zunkunftsthemen. Was ist Transregionale Forschung? Wem nützt sie? Wo liegen ihre Grenzen? Die Antworten und die Diskussion können hier gelesen werden.

 

13.7.2016 - Lecture
 

Smart development? Neue Technologien/Geographien der Entwicklung

Was ist smart development? Wie wird Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologie in der Entwicklungsforschung eingesetzt? Im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe "Mittwochs im GIUB" stellt die AG Verne ihren Arbeitsschwerpunkt Digitale Geographie vor und läd zur Diskussion ein.
 
 

 

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