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Global Transfer of Knowledge and the Globalization of Knowledge

April 23, 2012

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Max-Planck-Institute for the History of Science
in Cooperation with the
Forum Transregionale Studien

The Globalization of Knowledge has a long history. In four sessions of discussions with scholars from different disciplines it will be asked how transfer was achieved, which kinds of media were involved and in which spaces such processes took place.

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Translation as Global Transfer of Knowledge

Translation as Global Transfer of Knowledge

Participants: - Yehuda Elkana, Berlin - Mark Geller, Berlin - Richard Rottenburg, Halle-Wittenberg - Michael Allan, Eugene/Berlin More Translation as Global Transfer of Knowledge

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Individuals as Actors of Transfer of Knowledge

Individuals as Actors of Transfer of Knowledge

Participants: - Andreas Eckert (Berlin) - Matthias Schemmel (Berlin) - Sonja Brentjes (Berlin) - Islam Dayeh (Berlin) More Individuals as Actors of Transfer of Knowledge

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Transfer of Knowledge in Systems

Transfer of Knowledge in Systems

Participants: - Gerd Graßhoff, Berlin - Jens Braavig, Oslo - Susanne Klengel, Free University Berlin - Roger D. Woodard, University of Buffalo More Transfer of Knowledge in Systems

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Institutions and the Global Transfer of Knowledge

Institutions and the Global Transfer of Knowledge

Participants: - Matthias Middell, Leipzig - Dhruv Raina, New Delhi/ Berlin - Viola König, Berlin - Pietro Daniel Omodeo, Berlin More Institutions and the Global Transfer of Knowledge

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