At CARMAH we regularly interact with other researchers and museum professionals, as well as with the interested public, through talks, panels discussions and other formats of critical engagement. In this section you can read further information on upcoming as well as past events at CARMAH.
This event uses the motto of the European Cultural Heritage Year 2018 – Sharing Heritage – to critically explore the role of “Islam” in discourses about Europe’s heritage. Discussions will involve the motivations and practices that shape and are shaped by these discourses.
Jonas Tinius, public discussion series "Gallery Reflections", #4 Protesting Identities with Dr Azadeh Sharifi (theatre scholar, LMU Munich), Natasha Ginwala (curator, Berlin), N.N. (tbc), and Dr Jonas Tinius (CARMAH, HU Berlin).
Organised by Katarzyna Puzon and Christine Gerbich, the workshop brought together researchers and practitioners to discuss and reflect upon the ways in which Islam is represented in different museum contexts.
Organized by Duane Jethro (CARMAH) and Abdoulaye Sounaye (ZMO), the workshop brought into conversation scholars working in different disciplines and a number of projects engaged with questions of material culture, religion, heritage and difference.
Jonas Tinius in conversation with Federica Bueti (writer and editor, SAVVY Contemporary), Alanna Lockward (author, filmmaker, BE.BOP curator), and Kathy-Ann Tan (academic, American Studies, Berlin) for gallery reflections series moderated by Tinius.
The meeting brought together all eleven TRACES partners to think through the concepts of “Contentious Heritage” and “Reflexive Europeanisation” as well as discuss the progress of each Creative Co-production and work package.
Jonas Tinius in conversation with artist Nora Al-Badri (Berlin), anthropologist Silvy Chakkalakal (Berlin), and art historian Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll (Birmingham) at ifa-gallery Berlin as part of "Gallery Reflections" series
Closed two-day symposium at CARMAH on how we can think and do museums and heritage differently with academic and museum experts from Berlin as well as abroad.
Public Lecture given by Haidy Geismar (University College London) on 26 July 2017 at the Tieranatomisches Theater.
One-day workshop at CARMAH, organised with the research team of the project "Museological Framings of Islam in Europe" (University of Gothenburg).
Jonas Tinius in conversation with Dr Noa Ha (Center for Metropolitan Studies, TU Berlin; Board member of "Migrationsrat Berlin-Brandenburg"), Trang Tran Thu (Berlin Asian Film Network/Anthropologist), Hyunsin Kim (Choreographer and Performer) at ifa-gallery Berlin as part of curated series "Gallery Reflections"
Tony Bennett from Western Sydney University gives a public lecture at CARMAH at 6pm.
The Colloquium for the Summer Semester 2017 at the Department of European Ethnology is organised by Martina Klausner (IfEE) and Jonas Tinius (CARMAH).
For the World Café section of its 2017 Conference, CARMAH invites early-stage researchers to submit proposals by 15th February 2017.
Sharon Macdonald and Jennie Morgan from the University of York present at the IfEE Museumslabor at 6pm, IfEE, Room 107a.
A Talk by Arjun Appadurai, followed by a conversation with CARMAH Researcher Jonas Tinius and curator Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung.
Organised by the IfEE's Museumslabor & CARMAH researchers Christine Gerbich, Jonas Tinius and Margareta von Oswald
A lecture by Prof. Laurajane Smith, followed by talks and a panel discussion with Berlin museum professionals.
Talk by Wayne Modest, Head of the Research Center for Material Culture in Leiden and former Head of the Curatorial Department at the Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam, followed by a panel discussion.
A presentation of the Labor Migration together with CARMAH researcher Jonas Tinius.
Two talks by CARMAH researchers Larissa Förster (together with Holger Stoecker), Tal Adler and Anna Szöke on the topics of provenance and contentious cultural heritage.
Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett from POLIN shares her experiences in curating at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw.
Nick Thomas introduced his new book, followed by a lively panel discussion with Berlin museum professionals.
Colloquium for the summer semester 2016 at IfEE organised by CARMAH members Sharon Macdonald and Rikke Gram, together with Regina Römhild and Leonore Scholze-Irrlitz.
A joint collaboration of CARMAH and the Woolf Institute, Cambridge, UK, exploring the topics of difference and diversities with international scholars.