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    January 14th, 2015AnitaInspirierend, Projekte, Videoservice

    Die gesamte Gingko Library Conference lässt sich online noch einmal anschauen.
    Alle Vorträge, alle Diskussionen wurden von uns aufgezeichnet:

    Videos vom Konferenztag 1:

    Keynote:
    Leila Fawaz (Tufts): The Role of Memory in Shaping Identity: The First World War as Remembered in the Former Ottoman Syrian Lands

    Shaping State Identity: The First World War and the Artificiality of the Post-War State System, 1919–1939
    Chair: Hassan Hakimian (SOAS-LMEI)

    Jonathan Conlin (Southampton): Drawing the Line: Calouste Gulbenkian and the Making of the Red Line Agreement (1914–1928)
    Kaveh Ehsani (De Paul): Oil, State and Society in Iran in the Aftermath of the First World War
    John McHugo (author of Syria: From the Great War to Civil War): The Mandates: A Slow Burning Fuse for Today’s Toxic Sectarianism?

    Shaping State Identity: The Disintegration of the Ottoman Empire and the Artificiality of the Post-First World War State System, 1919–1939
    Chair: Max Weiss (Princeton)

    Aimee Genell (Yale): Ottoman Autonomy and the Origins of British Imperial Control in the Middle East
    Najwa al-Qattan (Loyola Marymount): An Army of Beggars and Beasts: The Civilians’ War in Syria and Lebanon
    Lorenzo Kamel (Harvard): The Feisal-Weizmann Pact Revisited

    Panel: From the Arab Revolt to the Arab Spring
    Alaa Al Aswany in conversation with Tarek Osman
    Moderator: Barbara Haus Schwepcke

    Videos vom Konferenztag 2:

    Shaping National Identity, Part Two: Literature and Nationalism
    Chair: Peter Clark (author of Damascus Diaries: Life Under the Assads)

    Farangis Ghaderi (Exeter): Kurdish Nationalism in Modern Poetry in the Aftermath of the First World War
    Bruno Ronfard (Montreal): The New Arab Intellectuals of the Post-First World War Period: The Case of Taha Hussein
    Michael Erdman (SOAS): A Tale of Two Nationalists: Parallelisms in the Writings of Ziya Gökalp and Michel ‘Aflaq
    Sevinç Elaman (Manchester): Women, War and the Foundation of the Turkish Republic

    Shaping Religious Identity: The Caliph’s Jihad and the Beginnings of Political Islam
    Chair: Omar Ashour (Exeter)

    Brett Wilson (Macalester): Caliph and Qur’an: Re-imagining Religious Identity Across the Mediterranean (1919–1939)
    Louise Pyne-Jones (Leeds): A Thoroughly Modern Caliphate: To What Extent Could Legitimate Governance for the Middle East Have Been Found by Looking Within?
    Aaron Zelin (Richard Borow Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and Rena and Sami David Fellow at the International Center for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence): From the Archduke to the Caliph: The Islamist Evolution that Led to the ‘Islamic State’

    The Aftermath of the First World War: A Contemporary Perspective
    Chair: David Owen (Advisor to the Gingko Library)

    Speakers and delegates of the Inaugural Gingko Conference will debate with Advisors of the Gingko Library and invited special guests the current situation in the West Asian and North African region and the possibility to adopt a resolution passed by the Inaugural Conference.

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    August 9th, 2014AnitaProjekte, Videoservice

    Im Mai 2014 kamen mehr als 14.000 Besucher und insgesamt 362 Aussteller auf die Interstroyexpo in St. Petersburg. Elf bayerische Firmen waren ebenfalls darunter und auf der Messe am Bayerischen Gemeinschaftsstand vertreten. Boomgaarden Projektmanagement hat für Bayern International einige Impressionen vom Bayerischen Gemeinschaftsstand eingefangen.

     

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    June 13th, 2014AnitaInspirierend, Videoservice

    Für das Bayerische Wirtschaftsministerium haben wir in Las Vegas und St. Petersburg die Messepräsenz der Bayerischen Firmen dokumentiert.

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