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DFG establishes 12 new research training groups
Date:6/11/2010

ng gender", RTG 1599 "Dynamics of Space and Gender: Discovering, Conquering, Inventing and Narrating" seeks to examine the reciprocal spatial and gender constitutions in present-day and historical societies within and beyond Europe. The planned projects aim to take into greater account the category of "gender" in research on "space", since this category receives less attention the more global the field of observation is.
(Host university: University of Kassel, Georg August University of Gttingen; Spokespersons: Prof. Dr. Rebekka Habermas, Gttingen/Prof. Dr. Renate Drr, Kassel)

RTG 1608 "Self-Making Practices of Subjectivation in Historical and Interdisciplinary Perspective" addresses a question which has not only attained great relevance in the days of the internet: how does a subject become a subject? How protagonists become subjects under various conditions and, for example, become recognisable as such by habitus or language is the specific focus. The analyses refer to the historical dimension of the formation of self and concentrate upon body, surroundings and materials.
(Host university: Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg; Spokesperson: Prof. Dr. Thomas Alkemeyer)

The research programme of RTG 1660 "Key Signals of Adaptive Immune Response" seeks to provide fundamental contributions to understanding adaptive immune response under physiological and pathophysiological conditions, using the molecular analysis of three central cell populations. The prime objective is to train and promote young researchers in the field of adaptive immunity.
(Host university: Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Spokesperson: Professor Dr.Hans-Martin Jck)

RTG 1539 "Visibility and Visual Production: Hybrid Forms of Ikonic Knowledge" will examine the interplay between imagery and knowledge that represents one of the core topics of present-day research. Research will focus on the processes of "visibility" and "visual p
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Contact: Marco Finetti
marco.finetti@dfg.de
49-228-885-2230
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
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