Publications and Lectures

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Books

KARNER, M. (2016): Party in der Altstadt – Die Transformation des historischen Zentrums von Byblos/Jbeil im Libanon. Muslimische Welten 8, Würzburg: Ergon-Verlag. [link to the content, link to purchase]

 

Articles in Journals and Books

ARNOLD, G., T. BOOS, A. ESCHER & M. KARNER (2017): Ist die Zukunft diasporisch? Konzeptionelle Überlegungen zu Global Communities als neue gesellschaftliche Ordnungsformen. In: Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen (ifa) und European Culture Fund (ECF) (Eds.): Diaspora - Netzwerke globaler Gemeinschaften. Kulturreport Vol. 9, Göttingen. [to be published soon]

ESCHER, A. & M. KARNER (2017): Verstehende Interkulturalität statt räumlicher Koexistenz als Entgegnung auf den Terrorismus? In: WILHELMI, V., E. THEVEßEN & F. PFEIL (Eds.): Globaler Terrorismus. Analysen, Perspektiven und didaktische Impulse. Mainzer Kontaktstudium Geographie, Band 16, Mainz: Geographisches Institut der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, 30-47. [link to the content, information to purchase on page 3]

ESCHER, A., E. SOMMERLAD & M. KARNER (2017): „King’s Landing gibt es wirklich!“ – filminduzierte Reisen in imaginierte Welten. In: Vorstand der Marburger Geographischen Gesellschaft e.V. in Verbindung mit dem Dekan des Fachbereichs Geographie der Philipps-Universität (Eds.): Jahrbuch 2016, Marburg: Selbstverlag: 157-163.

ESCHER, A., M. KARNER, C. KERZ, H. RAPP and E. SOMMERLAD (2016): The Atmospheric Grid of Cruising on the High Seas. In: Erdkunde 70 (4): 313-321.

ESCHER, A. and M. KARNER (2016): Syrische und libanesische Gemeinschaften in den Staaten der Karibik. In: Geographische Rundschau 10 (86): 20-29. [link to purchase]

ESCHER, A., M. KARNER, C. KERZ, H. RAPP and E. SOMMERLAD (2016): Movement as the Basic Atmospheric Dimension of Cruising on the High Seas. In: RÉMY, N. and N. TIXIER (Eds.): Ambiances, tomorrow. Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress on Ambiances. University of Thessaly, Volos: 213-218. [Link to the Conference Website]

KARNER, M. (2016): Die Transformation der Altstadt von Byblos/Jbeil im Libanon: Von einer "Ghost Town" zu einem "Open-Air-Nightscape". In: Vierteljahreszeitschrift für Stadtgeschichte, Stadtsoziologie, Denkmalpflege und Stadtentwicklung, Forum Stadt Verlag 43 (3): 261-278. [Link to purchase]

 

Lectures

14.12.2017 “"What Do You Think the Lesson is From This Story?" - The Reproduction of Lebanese Diasporic Communities Through Collective Narratives” as a Doctoral Fellow at the Internal Colloquium of the Orient Institute Beirut (OIB, Lebanon).

03.10.2017 ““Dancing on a Continuously Bubbling Vulcano” in the Lebanese Historical Center of Byblos” at the German Congress for Geography 2017 (LT4-FS20: Between Crises and Development Potentials - Tourism in the Arab World) organized by the German Society for Geography (DGfG) and the Institute of Geography at the Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen.

01.10.2017 “Diasporic Communities and Their Transnational Practices of “Writing a History”” at the German Congress for Geography 2017 (LT1-FS12: Transnational Practices of Migrants) organized by the German Society for Geography (DGfG) and the Institute of Geography at the Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen.

18.07.2017 “The Titanic Legacy of the Kfarsghabis - Historical Narratives as Cohesive Elements of Diasporic Communities” within the workshop Migrant Narratives – Moving Stories  jointly organized by the Center for Intercultural Studies (ZIS), the Institute of Geography (JGU) and the Victoria University of Wellington (NZ) in Mainz.

02.03.2017 “Lebanese Diasporic Communities – A Preliminary Model to Explain the Cohesion and Continuity of Diasporic Communities” as a Doctoral Fellow at the Internal Colloquium of the Orient Institute Beirut (OIB, Lebanon).

07.07.2016 “Lebanese Diasporic Village Communities” during the Master-/Doctoral-Colloquium (Wissenschaftlicher Initiativkreis Kultur und Außenpolitik) at the Institut für Auslandbeziehungen (ifa) in Stuttgart.

28.11.2015 “Lebanese Global Communities: Theoretical Conceptualizations” within the workshop Migration Studies: Reflection and Challenges jointly organized by the Institute of Geography (JGU) and the Institute for Migration Studies (IMS) of the Lebanese American University (LAU) at the Orient Institute Beirut (OIB, Lebanon).

 

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