Funded KOSMOS-Workshops 2019

During the funding period of the year 2019, 12 KOSMOS Workshops are funded.

HU Institution Title Partner Institutions

Geography Department

Dr. Jaime Ricardo García Márquez

Prof. Tobia Lakes

Post-conflict scenarios of land use in Colombia
  • Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá
  • University of British Columbia, Vancouver
  • State University of New York at Stony Brooks

Geography Department

Prof. Elmar Kulke

Saskia Wolff

EAGERLearn: Working together to build the way forward - Capacity Building and Planning Workshop 2019
  • University of Nairobi
  • Karatina University (Kenia)
  • University of Dar es Salaam (Tansania)
  • Ardhi University (Tansania)

Department of Slavistics

Dr. Agata Rogos


Bordering Performances of Identity and Violence of Slavic and Non-Slavic Communities of the Balkans. Interdisciplinary Art and Theory Workshops
  • Charles University, Prague
  • Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies
  • Institute of Albanology in Prishtina
  • Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna
  • Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade
  • Ss. Cyril & Methodius University in Skopje
  • University of Warsaw

Geography Department

Dr. Jenny Künkel

Miro Born 

WebTech-Urbanism – Contested spatializations of the digital economy
  • London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Karl-Franzens Universität Graz
  • TU Berlin

Department of History

Dr. des Moritz Hinsch

Dr. Jan Bernhard Meister

Performing Luxury and Austerity in Archaic Greece and Beyond
  • University of Edinburgh
  • August-Boeckh-Antike-Zentrum

Department of Music and Media Studies

Christian Schaper

Dr. Ullrich Scheideler

Editing Text and Music in the Digital Era
  • Universität Basel
  • Institut de recherche en Musicologie, Paris
  • Danish Centre for Music Editing, Copenhagen

Department of German Literature

Hannes Hacke

Teaching the History of Sexuality with Objects, Texts and Artworks
  • University of Exeter
  • Museum der Dinge, Berlin
  • Bode-Museum, Berlin
  • British Museum, London
  • Pro Youth, Pro Familia, Berlin

Department of European Ethnology

Dr. Martina Klausner

Dr. Tomás Sanchez Criado

Dis/ability and the City: Comparative Mapping of Experiences, Infrastructures, and Histories
  • Rice University, Houston
  • Université de Neuchâtel

Faculty of Theology

Philipp Öhlmann

Marie-Luise Frost


Between Cosmology and Community: Young Researchers' Workshop on Releigion and Sustainable Development
  • University of Pretoria, Südafrika
  • Center of Theological Inquiry, Princeton, USA
  • University of Lagos, Nigeria
  • Brot für die Welt

Department of Slavic and Hungarian Studies

Prof. Michal Mrugalski

Neo-Kantianism as an Entanglement of Intellectual Cultures in Central and Eastern Europe (Germany, Poland and Russia
  • Baltische Föderale Immanuel-Kant-Universität, Kaliningrad
  • Schlessische Universität Katowice
  • Marquette University, Milwaukee
  • Librairie de la Louve 3, Lausanne

Department of Northern European Studies

Prof. Ralph Tuchtenhagen

At one's own Expense - Pirates and Privateers in the Early Modern Baltic Sea Region (16th to 18th centuries)
  • Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Vienna
  • Europäisches Hansemuseum, Lübeck
  • Führungsakademie der Schwedischen Gesamtverteidigung, Stockholm
  • Interdisziplinäres Zentrum "Crossing Borders, Borders Crossing" der HU Berlin
  • Böckler-Mare-Baltikum-Stiftung, Berlin
  • Academia Baltica, Oeversee

Department of Biology

Prof. Kai Matuschewski

Parasitologie Curriculum (PARCUR): from Concepts to Discoveries
  • The Australian National University, Canberra