Category Archives: Colloquium

Invitation HZK Colloquium on 09. November 2020, 2 pm, online

The next colloquium of the HZK will take place on 09 November 2020 at 2 pm and all interested parties are cordially invited!
The event will be held digitally.
Access data for the videoconference can be obtained on request by e-mail from oliver.zauzig@hu-berlin.de.

Christian Kassung is going to present his latest publication “Fleisch. Die Geschichte einer Industrialisierung” about cultural techniques of industrial pork production from breeding, keeping, slaughtering to distribution and preparation.

Invitation HZK Colloquium on 28. September 2020, 2 pm, online

The next colloquium of the HZK will take place on 28 September 2020 at 2 pm and all interested parties are cordially invited!
The event will be held digitally.
The access data for the video conference can be obtained on request by e-mail from oliver.zauzig@hu-berlin.de.

Sarah Wagner will present the virtual research environment of the project “The Window on Nature and Art – A Historical-Critical Re-appraisal of the Brandenburg-Prussian Chamber of Art”. The aim of the project is the research and documentation of the historical collection holdings and the publication of the results. After a short introduction to the project and to the software WissKI, on which the research environment is based, its mode of operation and previous contents are presented.

Invitation HZK Colloquium on 07 September 2020, 2 pm, online

The next colloquium of the HZK will take place on September 7, 2020 at 2 pm and all interested parties are cordially invited!
The event will be held virtually.
You will receive the access data for the videoconference by mail on request: oliver.zauzig@hu-berlin.de

The topic of this session is the research center The Technical Image. Katja Müller-Helle will introduce the project in general and then give a lecture on the topic “Technical Image Censorship”. In the following, Paul Brakmann and Lea Hilsemer will speak from their doctoral projects on the changed reception situation in exhibition spaces by cell phone cameras and the connection between photography and historical imagination.

Note on the next appointment:
September 28, 2020 at 2 pm
Sarah Wagner will present the digital research environment WissKi (scientific communication infrastructure) as part of the research project “Window on Nature and Art“.