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Fusion of two images: "Dyers scraping stenciled fabrics," figure 235, Hommel & Mercer, China at Work 1937, and "Indian indigo-dye worker," photo A. Mamidipudi, 2017.

Dept. III

Colloquium

Director: Dagmar Schäfer

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Dept. III Colloquium 2020/21

2020

Data Collection, Organization, and Presentation in Ming-Qing Local Gazetteers MPIWG Room 265

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Becoming Visible: Insects and Infrastructures in Colonial Taiwan MPIWG Room 265

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Mapping China in 18th Century: Hand-drawn Maps from the "Qing Atlas Tradition" at the Museum am Rothenbaum in Hamburg MPIWG Room 265

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“The Octave Pleases Everybody”: Marin Mersenne and the Universality of Harmony MPIWG Room 265

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Making Animal Materialities in Time MPIWG Room 265

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Empire and Information: How to be Understood in the Wake of the Mongol Empire’s Fall MPIWG Room 265

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Cultural translation processes in 16th century Tunisia: the case of ´Alī b. Aḥmad b. Muḥammad al-Sharafī from Sfax MPIWG Room 265

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Theories of change; or, how sea level rise became a historical event MPIWG Room 265

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