News


New Publication

Theaterwissenschaft postkolonial/dekolonial

The edited collection "Theaterwissenschaft postkolonial/dekolonial. Eine kritische Bestandsaufnahme" by Azadeh Sharifi and Lisa Skwirblies poses the question what the "decolonisation of the university" could mean for the field of Ger... [read more]


Job Vacancy

PhD Positon in the ERC-project T-MIGRANTS (m/f/x)

We are offering a PhD position in our project. The candidate will be expected to pursue research related to the themes of T-MIGRANTS focusing on the objectives of the project and is required to develop a case study on European theatre... [read more]


IFTR 2022 Reykjavik

T-MIGRANTS at the IFTR World Congress in Reykjavik, 20.-24.6.2022

This year, the World Congress of the International Federation for Theatre Research took place in Reykjavik, Iceland, from 20th to 24th of June. Our research project was well represented at the congress: Jorit Hopp presented the first ... [read more]


CALL FOR PAPERS

Thinking Migration and Postmigration in Europe through Colonialism, Empire, and Race
Workshop on 7 th and 8 th of November 2022

Institute for Theatre Studies, Ludwig-Maximilian-University Munich Organized by the ERC-Project “T-Migrants” Migration has been a highly popular topic within the discipline of theatre and performance studies for years. The mo... [read more]


Workshop

Workshop on theatre almanac and theatre journal database of Paul Ulrich, 25 May 2022

The search for new data on European theatre migrants of the 19th century often leads us into the depths of archives and libraries, but the exchange of data and methods with colleagues is also essential for a systematic and comprehensive ... [read more]


CALL FOR PAPERS

For the workshop VIEWS ON POLISH THEATRE HISTORY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF
MIGRATION, 1830-1918

24-26 November 2022 Krakow, Theatre Museum The T-Migrants project is organising a two-part workshop in Poland on: VIEWS ON POLISH THEATRE HISTORY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF MIGRATION, 1830-1918. The Call for Papers can be found h...


Conference Report

Conference Report: Theatre Migrants 1850-1918 – Motivations, Trajectories, Impacts

The conference Theatre Migrants 1850-1918 – Motivations, Trajectories, Impacts organised by Prof. Berenika Szymanski-Düll took place 29-31st of March 2022 online and brought together a great range of international scholars working on ... [read more]


The Rise and Fall of Moyshe Hurwitz

Keynote by Ruthie Abeliovich (The University of Haifa, Israel) at the
conference Theatre Migrants 1850-1918 – Motivations, Trajectories,
Impacts

In her keynote, Ruthie Abeliovich explores the emigration routes of theatre impresario and playwright Moyshe Hurwitz’s (1844-1910). His theatre had a pivotal role in the transnational scene of popular Yiddish theatre, in eastern Eur... [read more]


Conference

Theatre Migrants 1850-1918 – Motivations, Trajectories, Impacts

Conference organised by Berenika Szymanski-Düll (CAS Young Center, ERC-Project T-MIGRANTS) 29 to 31 March 2022 With the advent of steamships and railways, the phenomenon of mobility, and especially the phenomenon of emigration... [read more]


Presentation

Of Mass Migrations, Touring and the Question of the Ensemble

“Of Mass Migrations, Touring and the Question of the Ensemble” Berenika Szymanski-Düll On 3rd of March this year, Berenika Szymanski-Düll was invited by the theatre studies department of the University Bern to present a paper as pa... [read more]


Presentation

Undoing Mastery

At the Symposium "Undoing Mastery" earlier this year, Lisa Skwirblies held a presentation on questions regarding postcolonial theories and decolonial discourses in the field of theatre studies and theatre historiography together with Pro... [read more]


Workshop

Migrations to and in East-Central Europe in the Long 19th Century – Backgrounds, Patterns and Outcomes

Workshop with Mathias Beer: „Migrationen nach und in Ostmitteleuropa im langen 19. Jahrhundert – Hintergründe, Formen und Ergebnisse.“ [Migrations to and in East-Central Europe in the Long 19th Century – Backgrounds, Patterns an... [read more]


CALL FOR PAPERS

Theatre Migrants 1850-1918 – Motivations, Trajectories, Impacts

Conference organized by: Berenika Szymanski-Düll, LMU Munich, ERC-Project T-MIGRANTS 29 – 31 March 2022, Munich Migration has always been part of human history, but with the advent of steamships and railways, the phenomenon of m... [read more]


Workshop

Workshop on “Urheberrecht” and “Copyright” with Marc Ulrich

Since we work a lot with historical sources and visual material in our project and are developing a database on theatre migrants in a period from 1850-1918, we are always facing the question of publishing documents, photos and data. For ... [read more]


Presentation

“Mobility, Migration and Transnational Theatre History(s).”

On 26 March 2021, at the invitation of Hasibe Kalkan, Berenika Szymanski-Düll gave a lecture entitled “Mobility, Migration and Transnational Theatre History(s).” via Zoom at the University of Istanbul, thus providing insight into ou... [read more]


Workshop

“Migration in Research, Mobility in the Archive – Of Searching and Finding”

Together with Dorothea Volz from the Theatre Collection of the University of Cologne (Theaterwissenschaftliche Sammlung der Universität zu Köln), Berenika Szymanski-Düll held a workshop entitled “Migration in Research, Mobility in t... [read more]


Research Workshop

Research Workshop with the Bavarian State Library

On 17 December 2020, we had a research workshop with Milena Fein from the Bavarian State Library. In this online workshop we learned how to improve and expand our research on migration on a digital level by using different databases in t... [read more]

New Publication

Lisa Skwirblies

Theaterwissenschaft postkolonial/dekolonial






Job Vacancy

Berenika Szymanski-Düll

PhD Positon in the ERC-project T-MIGRANTS (m/f/x)






IFTR 2022 Reykjavik

Berenika Szymanski-Düll

T-MIGRANTS at the IFTR World Congress in Reykjavik, 20.-24.6.2022






CALL FOR PAPERS

Lisa Skwirblies

Thinking Migration and Postmigration in Europe through Colonialism, Empire, and Race
Workshop on 7 th and 8 th of November 2022






Workshop

Jorit Jens Hopp

Workshop on theatre almanac and theatre journal database of Paul Ulrich, 25 May 2022






CALL FOR PAPERS

Berenika Szymanski-Düll

For the workshop VIEWS ON POLISH THEATRE HISTORY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF
MIGRATION, 1830-1918






Conference Report

Lisa Skwirblies

Conference Report: Theatre Migrants 1850-1918 – Motivations, Trajectories, Impacts






The Rise and Fall of Moyshe Hurwitz

Lisa Skwirblies

Keynote by Ruthie Abeliovich (The University of Haifa, Israel) at the
conference Theatre Migrants 1850-1918 – Motivations, Trajectories,
Impacts






Conference

Berenika Szymanski-Düll

Theatre Migrants 1850-1918 – Motivations, Trajectories, Impacts






Presentation

Berenika Szymanski-Düll

Of Mass Migrations, Touring and the Question of the Ensemble






Presentation

Lisa Skwirblies

Undoing Mastery






Workshop

Jorit Jens Hopp

Migrations to and in East-Central Europe in the Long 19th Century – Backgrounds, Patterns and Outcomes






CALL FOR PAPERS

Berenika Szymanski-Düll

Theatre Migrants 1850-1918 – Motivations, Trajectories, Impacts






Workshop

Workshop on “Urheberrecht” and “Copyright” with Marc Ulrich






Presentation

Berenika Szymanski-Düll

“Mobility, Migration and Transnational Theatre History(s).”






Workshop

Berenika Szymanski-Düll

“Migration in Research, Mobility in the Archive – Of Searching and Finding”






Research Workshop

Research Workshop with the Bavarian State Library






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