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An International and Interdisciplinary Research Project

Report on the Conference “Varieties of Anxiety. A Global Perspective” at NYU

“Varieties of Anxiety. A Global Perspective” New York University, December 10th and 11th, 2019 The lastest conference around the topic of anxiety took place in New York City on December 10th and 11th, 2019. Some of our project members from both sides of the Atlantic Ocean met at New York University to discuss the different…
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“Von der ‘German Angst’ zur ‘écoanxiété’: Angstkulturen interdisziplinär und global” – Series of lectures on Anxiety Culture at Kiel University:

This winter semester, a series of lectures on Anxiety Culture will be hosted at Kiel University as part of Prof. Ulrich Hoinkes’s research colloquium. The talks, offered by several of our project members in German and in English, cover a wide range of topics: climate change, populism in politics, globalization, migration, education, literature… Anyone interested…
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The German scientific journal DUZ interviewing Prof. Hoinkes on the Anxiety Culture Project

The DUZ, the German University Magazine for Scientific Research and Social Transfer, published an interview with Prof. Hoinkes on the Anxiety Culture Project. Take a look at the article in the DUZ issue of Sept. 2019. [in German] The YouTube link at the end of this article refers to an online interview with Prof. Ulrich…
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Prof. Ulrich Hoinkes interviewed on the AC Project by NDR Info

On September 5th 2019, the annual study on fear (German Angst) was published by R+V Versicherung in Berlin. The Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR Info, the public broadcaster of Northern Germany) reported about it and took the opportunity to interview Prof. Ulrich Hoinkes about the Anxiety Culture project. [in German] http://www.ndr.de/info/German-Angst,audio557824.html

Welcome

Welcome to the website of the Anxiety Culture Research Project. In June 2015, an international group of scholars from Columbia University were invited to Kiel to meet their German colleagues in a “come-into-touch” conference, organized by ZeBiG and IPN (Kiel University), to discuss their research lines and projects, to share their methodological views and, eventually,…
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