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[Si] Philosophy and Rhetorics. Skovoroda and the Migration of Cultural Concepts (digital)
Dozent/-in:
Prof. Dr. Thomas Daiber M.A., Dr. Rostislav Semkiv, NaUKMA, Kiev
Zeit und Ort:
regelmäßiger Termin ab 19.10.2022
wöchentlich Mi. 08:00 - 10:00 Uhr
nächster Termin: 07.12.2022, Raum:

Kommentar:

1. Das Seminar zur Geistes- und Kulturgeschichte wird ausgehend vom Beispiel des ukrainischen Philosophen Gregorius Skovoroda (1722-1794) die Verflechtungen von sprachlicher Begrifflichkeit, metaphorische Anschaulichkeit und rhetorischer Performanz behandeln. Das historische und areale Wandern von Konzepten gibt Einblick in den Aufbau der Kultur als Transformationsphänomen. Die Lektüre Skovorodas (im Original bzw. auch in Übersetzung) kann auf Wunsch der Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer um verwandte Themen aus Sprach-, Sozial- und Kulturgeschichte erweitert werden. Ziel ist, die Theorie und Methode der kulturwissenschaftlichen Lektüre - close reading und interdisziplinäre Kontextualisierung - am konkreten Material zu entwickeln und theoretische Kompetenz mit praktischer Anwendbarkeit zu vermitteln.

1. The seminar is concerned with the interconnections of concepts, speech and performance in intellectual and cultural history. As a starting point selected works of Ukrainian philosopher Gregory Skovoroda (1722-1794) will be analyzed to examine the migration of concepts in time and space as building blocks of culture as a phenomenon of transformation. We will read Skovoroda in original language and all available translations; we are not so much interested in lingustics, but in the migration of concepts, which may be found in other media (painting, sculpture, architecture, dramatic plays), as well. Participiants are welcome to broaden the thematic range of the seminar according to their academic interests. The seminar aims at a close reading of Skovoroda's work together with its interdisciplinary contextualization to introduce theoretical and methodological approaches to cultural science.


[Si] Re-Thinking Ukrainian Donbas in Fiction, Memoirs, and Visual Arts (digital, 16.30-19.30 every Friday between Oct 21 and Dec 9, 2022)
Dozent/-in:
Dr. Oleksandr Chertenko, Dr. Olha Poliukhovych, NaUKMA Kyiv, Ukraine
Zeit und Ort:
regelmäßiger Termin ab 21.10.2022
wöchentlich Fr. 16:30 - 19:30 Uhr
nächster Termin: 09.12.2022, Raum:

Kommentar:

Since the beginning of the war in Donbas in 2014, this border region has been a hot spot both in news coverage across the globe and on the battlefield. Along with this, a wide array of issues concerning the place of the Donbas on Ukrainian cultural map—from its entangled history to the significance of Russian culture or the complex relations between regional and national identity—came to the fore, esp. after the outbreak of the full-scale Russian-Ukrainian war in February 2022.
In our online tandem seminar, we shall discuss how the image of the Donbas has been construed in culture, literature, and arts since the 19th century, how it developed afterwards, and what narratives this development has brought about. In so doing, we will try to overcome the stereotypic image of the Donbas as a “pro-Russian,” “pro-Soviet,” even “anti-Ukrainian” region and focus on its complex affiliation with the Ukrainian identity debates. Our prime goal is to look at the Donbas through the lens of the current Russian-Ukrainian war to observe how the older narratives about this Ukrainian region are being referred to, reproduced, instrumentalized, or revised in contemporary Ukrainian culture and in arts—and how this influences Ukrainian self-identifications under war conditions.
The tandem seminar, which will be held by Dr. Oleksandr Chertenko (JLU Giessen) and Dr. Olha Poliukhovych (NaUKMA Kyiv), is part of the project “Ukraine digital: Ukraine in its transcultural and transnational context” of the Justus Liebig University Giessen (JLU) and the National University “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” (NaUKMA). The project is supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD); funding is provided by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). In the course of the seminar, we plan to invite an international expert on the topic to an online guest lecture and one or two other experts who will provide their insights into topics discussed during individual sessions.


[Si] Ukrainian Language and Russia’s War against Ukraine (digital)
Dozent/-in:
Prof. Dr. Monika Wingender, Prof. Dr. Natalia Kobchenko, NaUKMA Kyiv/Ukraine
Zeit und Ort:
regelmäßiger Termin ab 19.10.2022
wöchentlich Mi. 17:00 - 19:00 Uhr
nächster Termin: 07.12.2022, Raum:

Kommentar:

The tandem seminar is held together by Prof. Wingender (JLU Giessen) and Prof. Kobchenko (NaUKMA Kyiv). Our tandem seminar deals with the complex research field of language and war. The seminar begins with the treatment of the methodical basics and the historical background. Thus, on the basis of a model of language conflict types we deal with the complex relationships of language and conflicts. This is followed by the historical background in form of a short overview of Ukraine’s history and its language policy.
The focus of the seminar is then on three thematic blocks:
1. Myths and narratives regarding the origin of the Ukrainian language, public opinions on Ukrainian language, stereotypes, propaganda;
2. Myths and narratives regarding the language situation in Ukraine, language laws, laws on education, propaganda with regard to the role of Russian in Ukraine;
3. Attitudes towards Ukrainian and Russian in Ukraine, changes in attitudes, current surveys and polls, language of cultural products, language as a means of Ukrainian battle, changes in word usage and word meanings, linguistic landscape.
The tandem seminar is part of the project “Ukraine digital: Ukraine in its transcultural and transnational context” of the Justus Liebig University of Giessen (JLU) together with the National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” (NaUKMA). The project is supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), funding provided by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). In the frame of our tandem seminar we will invite an international expert on the topic to an online guest lecture.


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