CurriculumA student-centred curriculum enables doctoral researchers to develop projects, with the the support of the anthropological frame to explore diverse interdisciplinary problems.
Partner InstitutionsFour prominent institutions, which are leading in the anthropological-oriented study of social dynamics, join their forces in this International Max Planck Research School “Global Multiplicity”.
Political Potentials... focuses on how human action is coordinated in politics and governance amid crises, as complexitiy, historical legacies, and limited imagineries both hinder and inspire collective action.
Economic Re-ordering... considers the integration of the economy with non-economic realms, the impacts of material and digital infrastructures increasing urbanization, and the allocation of costs and benefits.
Legal Complexity and Justice... centers on multiple legal orders and socio-legal realities to understand how people navigate complexity and arbitrate conflicts, recognizing law‘s role as a critical institution for adressing economic, political, and social concerns.
The International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) “Global Multiplicity: A Social Anthropology for the Now” welcomes its first cohort in fall 2023. We spoke with coordinator Patrick Desplat about the unique opportunities the programme provides for ...
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