In Press

Here you can find an overview of upcoming publications of all members of the SFB.

  • M. Middell and M. Maruschke, “Dynamiques globales au milieu du XIXe siècle“, in: Q. Deluermoz, E. Fureix and C. Thibaud (eds.), Les mondes de 1848, Ceyzérieu: Champ Vallon.
  • S. Wöll, “‘True Places Never Are’: Navigating (Trans)Oceanic Imaginations in ‘Moby-Dick’”, American Studies Over_Seas (2020).
  • S. Sippel, “Land’s future? Making a financial asset class.”
  • S. Sippel, O. Visser and L. Thiemann, “Digitization: A fourth agricultural revolution?” (preprared for Journal for Peasant Studies).
  • S. Sippel and L. Bauer, “Visualizing the financialization of agriculture? On the reflexive and epistemic potential of experimental visualization” (prepared for Geographica Helvetica).
  • S. Sippel, “Infrastructures of farmland valuation in Australia”, forthcoming with Ethnos: Journal of Anthropology.
  • S. Sippel, “Historical grounding, political contexts, material hurdles: Towards more in-depth understandings of ‘finance going farming’, Review essay, forthcoming with Journal of Agrarian Change.
  • S. Sippel, “(Re)imagining land as a financial asset class”, in: Araya, A.L. and Sampat, P. (eds.) Anthropology of Land.
  • S. Sippel and M. Böhme, “Gemeinschaftliches Gut, nationales Territorium, Finanzanlageobjekt: Aktuelle Neuaushandlungen von Land”, in: Belina, B., Kallert, A., Mießner, M. and Naumann, M. (eds.) Ungleiche ländliche Entwicklung: Wiedersprüche, Konzepte und Perspektiven, Bielefeld: Transcript.
  • S. Sippel and C. Gharios, “Creating ‘une nouvelle Carlifornie’ in North Africa: the California model and agrarian change in Morocco”, in: Ajl, M. and Ayeb H. (eds.) Arab agrarian and food issues, Dakar: CODESRIA Press.
  • S. Sippel, “Agri-investment cashing in on COVID-19”, in: Stead, V. and Hinkson, M. (eds.) Disruption: Food Systems in a World in the Edge, Basingstoke: Palgrave Pivot.
  • S. Sippel and L. Bauer, “Finanzialisierung von Landwirtschaft sichtbar machen? Zum reflexiven und epistemischen Potential experimenteller Visualisierung”, forthcoming as SFB 1199 Working Paper.
  • S. Sippel, “The radical contribution of what’s in between M and M”, forthcoming with Dialogues in Human Geography.
  • E. Kaske and E. Köll (eds) “Age of Explorations. How Chinese Scientists and Technocrats Discovered China.
  • E. Kaske, “The KMT’s Long March. Highways, War, and National Space in China’s Southwest.”
  • T. Pelzer, “Opening up the Borderlands. Infrastructural Surveying and Ethnography in the Northwest, 1943.”
  • T. Pelzer, “Discovering Spatial Semantics in Modern Chinese History.”
  • T. Pelzer, “Domestic Student and Labor Mobility in Republican China, 1912–1949. A Spatial Analysis of the Engineering Profession.”
  • T. Pelzer, “Engineering Societies in Republican China, 1912–1949. Non-State Spaces of Professionalization and Democratic Participation.”
  • T. Pelzer, “Engineering Trouble: U.S.–Chinese Experiences of Professional Discontent”, New York, Leiden: Brill.
  • T. Pelzer, “The Pragmatic Engineer. Ling Hongxun at Jiaotong University, 1920–1927.”
  • T. Pelzer, “The Role of Engineers within the Guomindang Technostructure. A Database-Driven Assessment.”
  • U. Wardenga, “Historisches Erzählen in der Geographie”, in: Dix, A (ed.) Zwischen Geschichte und Geographie, zwischen Raum und Zeit II. Beiträge der Tagung vom 11.02.2016 und 12.02.2016 an der Universität Bamberg. Berlin: LIT Verlag (Summer/Autumn 2022).
  • D. Hänsgen, “Die ‘Zeitschrift für Geopolitik’ in globalgeschichtlicher Perspektive. Alt(bekannt)e Quellen neu gelesen”, in: Dix, A. (ed.) Zwischen Geschichte und Geographie, zwischen Raum und Zeit II. Beiträge der Tagung vom 11.02.2016 und 12.02.2016 an der Universität Bamberg. Berlin: LIT Verlag (Summer/Autumn 2022).
  • N. Steinbach-Hüther, “Zirkulation afrikanischen Wissens. Präsenz und Rezeption akademischer Literatur afrikanischer Autoren in Deutschland und Frankreich”, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht (Autumn 2022).