Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg

Katharina Schramm

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Academic Teaching

Courses

Since 2005
Participation in Research Colloquium „Law, Organisation, Science and Technology in Africa“ (LOST) of Prof. Richard Rottenburg, co-supervision of doctoral and MA-students

2005 – 2008
Co-supervision of doctoral students as part post-doc position in Graduate School GSAA/SCM

Courses Taught

Undergraduate (BA)

Winter 2014/2015
Race: New Theoretical Perspectives on an Old Subject

Summer 2014
Introduction to Research Methods in Anthropology: Human/Animal Relations

Winter 2013/2014
Introduction to Political Anthropology

Summer 2013
Classification and Social Transformation: “Coloured” Identities in South Africa

Winter 2012/2013
Introduction to Political Anthropology

Summer 2012
Of Collections, Classifications and Representations: Museums Between Science and the Public K

Summer 2011
Citizenship and Political Subjectivity

Winter 2010/2011
South Africa between Apartheid, African Renaissance and Neo-Liberal Order

Summer 2010
Introduction to Research Methods in Anthropology: On Beauty

Winter 2009/2010
Introduction to Academic Research – Searching, Reading, Writing

Graduate (MA and Magister)

Winter 2014/2015    
Reading Course: Donna Haraway’s “Primate Visions”

Winter 2013/2014     
Research Module for MA-Students, Post-Fieldwork

Summer 2013             
Research Module for MA-Students, Pre-Fieldwork

Winter 2012/2013     
Critical Whiteness: Background, Perspectives, Criticisms

Summer 2012             
Violence and Global Politics of Memory in Africa

Summer 2011             
Of Migrant Workers, Networks and Conflicts: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches of the Manchester School

Summer 2011             
Evidence and Generalization IV

Winter 2010/2011     
History of Anthropology

Summer 2010             
Evidence and Generalization II

Winter 2009/2010     
Recent Theoretical Debates in Anthropology

Summer 2008             
Field Methods in Anthropology

Summer 2008             
New Genealogies: Genetics and Belonging

Summer 2007             
Theories of Memory and Commemoration

Winter 2006 / 2007   
Anthropology and Racism

Summer 2006             
African Diaspora: Representations of History and the Politics of Identity

Summer 2005             
Anthropology of Spatial Order II: Space, Place, Landscape

Winter 2004/2005   
Anthropology of Spatial Order I: Urban Anthropology

Winter 2003/2004   
Ghana and the Black Atlantic: Tracing Diaspora

Summer 2000             
Cultural Politics, Tourism and State Representation

Department and University Service at MLU

2011 – present
Member of Cross-Departmental Research Cluster “Society and Culture in Motion: Diffusion – Experiment – Institution”

2009 – present
Departmental Committee for MA program, including development of a full new Research Master in Social and Cultural Anthropology (120 credit points)

2009 – 2011
Member of Cross-Departmental Research Initiative “Translatio”

2008 – present
Departmental Advisor for MA-students

2008 – 2013
Course administration for BA and MA programs, central advisor to external lecturers

Supervised MA-Theses, Magister and Master (finished)

Thomas Thadewaldt: „Zur zeitweiligen Beschäftigung mosambikanischer Arbeiter in Volkseigenen Betrieben der DDR: Historische Anmerkungen zu Staatsaufbau, Staatsschulden und Staatsbürgerdiensten“ (2014) (Temporary Migration of Mosambiquan Workers to State-Owned Enterprises in the GDR: Historical Remarks on State, Debt and Citizenship)

Vi Vien Baldauf: “Facebook und Privatheit: Über Kontrolle, Vertrauen und Risiken im größten Sozialen Netzwerk des Internets“ (2014) (Facebook and Privacy: On Control, Trust and Risk in the Internet’s Largest Social Network)

Jos Lammerts: “’We do some chemistry, and then it works!’ Über die Beziehung zwischen ‚modernem‘ und ‚traditionellem‘ Wissen in Südafrika“ (2014) (We Do Some Chemistry, and Then It Works! On the Relationship Between ‘Modern‘ and ‘Traditional‘ Knowledge in South Africa)

Isabelle Reimann: “Weiße Subjektpositionen im Kontext transnationaler Beziehungen” (2014) (White Subject Positions in the Context of Transnational Relations)

Hans Berner: “Noize, Booze and Revolution? Geschlechterverhältnisse in der DIY-Punkszene” (2014) (Noize, Booze and Revolution? Gender Relations in the DIY Punk Scence)

Anja Wiegner: “Das Ringen um Re-/Präsentation: ‚Rundgänge in einer Welt‘ im GRASSI Museum für Völkerkunde zu Leipzig: Eine Ausstellungsanalyse“ (2013) (Struggling for Re/Presentation: The Exhibition ‚Around One World‘ at the GRASSI Museum for Ethnology, Leipzig)

Anna Arndt: „Die Verhinderung der vertikalen HIV-Übertragung bei der Säuglingsernährung in Kapstadt: Von Translationsprozessen eines entwicklungsorientierten Gesundheitsprogramms“ (2013) (HIV, Mother-Child-Transmission and Baby Food in Cape Town – Translation Processes in Health and Development)

Christian Müller: „Rassismus als Wissenschaft? Rationale Rechtfertigungen der Rassenunterschiede von der Aufklärung bis ins frühe Zwanzigste Jahrhundert“ (2013) (Racism as Science? Rationality, Race, Difference between the Enlightenment and the Early 20th Century)

Susann Ludwig: „‘Je me débrouille‘ - Ein Beitrag zum Zusammenhang von Arbeit und neoliberaler Wirtschaftspolitik unter Jungdiplomierten in Bamako/Mali“ (2013) (‚Je me débrouille‘ – Attitudes on Work in a Neoliberal Economy Among Young Professionals in Bamako)

Friederike Gerstenberg: „Fat Acceptance: Remaking the Fat Person in Cyberspace – Konstruktion einer positiven Fat Identity in der Fat Acceptance Blogosphäre als Form von Stigmamanagement“ (2013) (Fat Acceptance: Remaking the Fat Person in Cyberspace: Constructions of a Positive Fat Identity in the Fat Acceptance Blogosphere as a Form of Stigma Management)

Julia Weiße: „Staubige Museen, glänzende Ethnologie(n)? – Das Ethnographische Museum Zagreb im Vergleich“ (2012) (Dusty Museums – Brilliant Ethnologies? The Ethnographic Museum in Zagreb in Comparison)

Sabine Gabriel: „(Un)-kompetente Körper in der Routine des sozialen Verkehrs: Substanz und Schatten der Transsexualität“ (2012) (In/Competent Bodies in Social Routines: Substance and Shadows of Trans-Sexuality)

Rahel Camps: „Der Schönheitssalon als Berufsnische ethnischer Minderheiten: Mandi-Frauen in Dhakas Beauty Parlours“ (2012) (The Beauty Parlor as a Professional Niche for Ethnic Minorities: Mandy Women in Dhaka’s Beauty Parlors)

Annett Mehlhorn: „Hobohemia revised: Eine Betrachtung aktueller Lebenszusammenhänge der nordamerikanischen Hobo-Subkultur anhand der Theorien sozialer Praktiken“ (2011) (Hobohemia Revised: Current Lives and Social Practices in the North American Hobo-Subculture)

Stefanie Bognitz: “Contesting Tongues: The Politics of Language Rights and Claims at an Afrikaans-Medium University in South Africa” (2010)

Kati Illmann: „Vom Erfolg einer Krankenversicherung: Mutuelles de santé in Guinea, Conakry. Ein Modell zur Sicherung medizinischer Versorgung im ländlichen Raum“ (2010) (On the Success of a Health Insurance: Mutuelles de Santé in Guinea Conakry: A Model for Medical Security in Rural Areas)

Nora Colden: „Formt Architektur Gesellschaft? Eine Untersuchung zum Nexus zwischen Architektur, Gender und Politik“ (2009) (Is Architecture Constitutive of Society? A Discussion of the Nexus between Architecture, Gender and Politics)

Supervised BA-theses (finished)

Sabine Netz: 'Illegale' Migration als Risiko – Über die Versicherheitlichung von Migration am Beispiel Frontex (2014) (‘Illegal‘ Migration as Risk: Frontex and the Securitization of Migration )

Sandra Peters: „Die Kuru, Beispiel einer interdisziplinären Zusammenarbeit von Medizinern und Ethnologen“ (2012) (The Kuru: An Example for Collaboration Between Medical Doctors and Anthropologists)

Pitt Bach: „Genetik und Identität in Südafrika im Rahmen der ‚African Renaissance‘“ (2011) (Genetics and Identity in South Africa During the African Renaissance)

Markus Riedel: „Edle Wilde / Barbaren / Bushman Myth – Das Bild der Ju/'hoansi und dessen Wandel“ (2011) (Noble Savages / Barbarians / Bushman Myth – The Image of the Ju/'hoansi in Transition)

Jenny Freier: „Hexerei und Moderne: Der Wandel akademischer Betrachtungen zur Hexerei“ (2010) (Witchcraft and Modernity: Transformations in the Anthropology of Witchcraft)

External Examiner / External Advisor

Katleho Kano Shoro: “Terms of Engaging and Project-ing Africa(ns): An Ethnographic Encounter with African Studies through Curate Africa” (2014) (MSocSc in Social Anthropology, University of Cape Town, South Africa)

Handri Walters: “Race and Culture in Human Classification: Volkekunde at Stellenbosch University and the creation of Apartheid” (in preparation) (PhD in Social Anthropology, Stellenbosch University, South Africa)

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