G3S Master Classes

For our Master Classes, we invite internationally renowned scholars to teach small, intensive seminars open to members of G3S. Participants also have the opportunity to present their own work and receive feedback.


Fall 2017:

Esra Akcan (Cornell University)

Open Architecture - Migration, Citizenship and the Urban Renewal of Berlin-Kreuzberg





Spring 2016:

Morten Jerven (Norwegian University of Life Sciences)

A world that counts? The promise and peril of ruling the world by numbers





Fall 2015:

Drucilla Cornell (Rutgers University)

The Spirit of Revolution






Spring 2015:

Jay Sokolovsky (University of South Florida - St. Petersburg)

Globalization and Aging






Fall 2014:

Shalini Randeria (Graduate Institute Geneva)

Transnationalization: Anthropological Perspectives






Spring 2014:

José Casanova (Georgetown University)

Secularization and De-Secularization






Fall 2013:

Günter Dux (em. Universität Freiburg)

Historisch-Genetische Theorie der Kultur






Fall 2013:

Albrecht Koschorke (Universität Konstanz)

Die narrative Organisation moderner Gesellschaften