Politische Ökonomie transnationaler Räume &
Zwischen Ort und Welt: Raumbezogene Visualisierungspraktiken im Internet
Dr. Hannes Warnecke-Berger (SFB 1199, Leipzig U) & Prof. Dr. Sebastian Lentz and Dr. Jana Moser (IfL & SFB 1199, Leipzig U)
|Date||Wednesday, 6 December 2017, 5:15 pm — 6:45 pm|
|Location||SFB 1199 | Strohsackpassage | Nikolaistraße 6–10 | 5th Floor | 04109 Leipzig|
Dr. Hannes Warnecke-Berger (Institute of Political Science & SFB 1199, Leipzig U, Germany)
Having studied political science, sociology, and law in Leipzig and Bordeaux, Hannes Warnecke-Berger’s PhD research focused on the causes of different forms of violence in El Salvador, Belize and Jamaica (which he recently submitted, with the title: “Forms of Violence between Political Economy and Culture: El Salvador, Belize, and Jamaica in Comparative Perspective”). His research interests are in the fields of political economy, development theory, and research on violence.
Prof. Dr. Sebastian Lentz (IfL Leipzig & SFB 1199, Germany)
Sebastian Lentz is the director of the Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography and professor of regional geography at the Leipzig University (Germany). He studied geography, German philology, and educational science at the universities of Heidelberg and Mannheim in Germany. He is currently involved in research projects looking at mobilities and migration within successor states of the Soviet Union as well as co-leading, together with Jana Moser, the SFB project C5 on maps of globalization, exploring the productions and reproductions of perceptions and knowledge of globalization through (carto)graphical visualization from the 1860s until today. Sebastian Lentz has additional research interests in social and cultural geography, as well as transformation processes with a regional focus on successor states of the Soviet Union in Europe.
Dr. Jana Moser (IfL Leipzig & SFB 1199, Germany)
Dr. Jana Moser is a senior researcher at the Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography in Leipzig (Germany) where she works as the manager of the working group on cartography. She earned her PhD in cartography from the Technical University of Dresden (Germany) in 2007 with her study on the history of cartography in Namibia. Her research focuses on visualization methods, the production and use of maps in new media, and the history of cartography and map making. Together with Sebastian Lentz, she leads the SFB project C5 maps of globalization, exploring the productions and reproductions of perceptions and knowledge of globalization through (carto)graphical visualization from the 1860s until today.