Universität Wien

B. Master Degree Programme in Development Studies

Institut für Internationale Entwicklung: 1090 Wien, Sensengasse 3, Stiege 2,
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U:SPACE - Anmeldung
1. Anmeldephase (Hauptanmeldung)
17.02.2016 10h bis 24.02.2016 10h

2. Anmeldephase (Um-, Ab- und Nachmeldungen für eventuell freie Plätze) :
25.02.2016 10h bis 01.03.2016 10h

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01. Compulsory Module 1: Principles of Development Research

140379 KU GM3 - Development Theories and Paradigms from a Transdisciplinary Perspective - Feminist theory in intercultural perspective

02. Compulsory Module 2: Methods of Developmetn Research

140358 UE MM2 - Methods of Qualitative Research - Introduction to choice of method, data generation and data analysis
140352 UE MM2 - Methods of Qualitative Research - Sprache als Feld: Diskursanalyse und Narrativanalyse in der Entwicklungsforschung
140353 UE MM2 - Methods of Qualitative Research - Practical guide for qualitative interviews, observation and ethnography

03. Emphasis Transdisciplinary Developmetn Research

03. Emphasis 1: Political aspects of development research (VM1)

140372 SE VM1 / VM2 - From decolonization to rebellion - Crisis and war in the Arab world
140134 SE VM1 / VM6 - Transnational spaces of water resources management - Consequences for social, ecological and individual security
140151 SE VM1/VM7 Feminization of labor, social reproduction and border regime - Postcolonial Theory and International Political Economy
140152 SE [ en ] VM1 / VM8 - Operationalize the integration of human rights - Within the work of the United Nations
140533 SE VM1 / VM5 - History of Humanitarian Aid - Altruism versus Business
140366 VO Colonialism - Questions, History, Cases
140131 VO RTV - VM1 / VM5 - Resource conflicts - Current developments in a historical context

04. Emphasis 2: Economic aspects of development research (VM2)

140372 SE VM1 / VM2 - From decolonization to rebellion - Crisis and war in the Arab world
140373 SE VM2 / VM3 - The Social Life of Raw Materials - Socioeconomic Approaches to Mining in Africa
140366 VO Colonialism - Questions, History, Cases

05. Emphasis 3: Sociological Aspects of Development Research

140362 SE VM3 / VM7 - Perspectives of Development Sociology - Local and global analysis for a just world with a special reference to North-South and gender relations
140373 SE VM2 / VM3 - The Social Life of Raw Materials - Socioeconomic Approaches to Mining in Africa
140139 SE VM3 / VM6 - Conceptualizing nature, use of ressources and political agency in the West - Deep Ecology and Transition Towns as new narratives?
140366 VO Colonialism - Questions, History, Cases

06. Emphasis 4: Cultural Studies Aspects of Development Research

140411 VO+UE VM4 / VM7 - Violence of pictures, pictures of violence - 'The horror of what is shown in the photographs cannot be separated from the horror that the photographs were taken' (S. Sontag)
140394 VO+UE [ en ] VM4 / VM6 - Staging the pre-modern other in post-colonial tourist space - A critical exploration of ‘happy peasants’, ‘noble savages’ and imperial discourse in volunteering abroad
140366 VO Colonialism - Questions, History, Cases
010003 VO Intercultural Philosophy - Cross-cultural Philosophy: decolonization, cultural self-assertion, human rights

07. Emphasis 5: Historical Aspects of Development Research

140384 SE VM5 / VM6 - Critical Historiography of Power - George Padmore (1903-1959), Africa and the World
140533 SE VM1 / VM5 - History of Humanitarian Aid - Altruism versus Business
140392 SE [ en ] VM5 / VM6 - Understanding Central America - From Precolonial Times to Globalization
140366 VO Colonialism - Questions, History, Cases
140131 VO RTV - VM1 / VM5 - Resource conflicts - Current developments in a historical context
070155 VO Lecture (PM4) - Europa und die Welt
070232 VO Lecture (PM4) - "Asyl und Asylgesetzgebung in Österreich seit dem Ersten Weltkrieg"
070266 SE [ en ] Seminar (PM4) - Austrian Africa-Policy from the Era of Kreisky (1970-1983) until today: Coexistence, Policy of Neutrality, Third World (Nonaligned Countries), Development Cooperation

08. Emphasis 6: Geographic and Regional Aspects of Development Research

140134 SE VM1 / VM6 - Transnational spaces of water resources management - Consequences for social, ecological and individual security
140139 SE VM3 / VM6 - Conceptualizing nature, use of ressources and political agency in the West - Deep Ecology and Transition Towns as new narratives?
140384 SE VM5 / VM6 - Critical Historiography of Power - George Padmore (1903-1959), Africa and the World
140392 SE [ en ] VM5 / VM6 - Understanding Central America - From Precolonial Times to Globalization
140394 VO+UE [ en ] VM4 / VM6 - Staging the pre-modern other in post-colonial tourist space - A critical exploration of ‘happy peasants’, ‘noble savages’ and imperial discourse in volunteering abroad
140366 VO Colonialism - Questions, History, Cases

09: Emphasis 7: Gender-specific Aspects of Development Research

140362 SE VM3 / VM7 - Perspectives of Development Sociology - Local and global analysis for a just world with a special reference to North-South and gender relations
140151 SE VM1/VM7 Feminization of labor, social reproduction and border regime - Postcolonial Theory and International Political Economy
140411 VO+UE VM4 / VM7 - Violence of pictures, pictures of violence - 'The horror of what is shown in the photographs cannot be separated from the horror that the photographs were taken' (S. Sontag)
140366 VO Colonialism - Questions, History, Cases
240236 VU VU topics - Lecture Series & Workshops

10. Emphasis 8: Areas of Practice and Applied Development Cooperation

140152 SE [ en ] VM1 / VM8 - Operationalize the integration of human rights - Within the work of the United Nations
140366 VO Colonialism - Questions, History, Cases

Second Stage of the Degree Programme

11. Transdisciplinary Research Module

140161 FS FM1 - Research Seminar (Part 1) - Research Design - International Development in Vienna - an area of Global Learning
140164 FS [ de en ] FM1 - Research Seminar (Part 1) - Research Design - Qualitative methods in development research, and research lab in South- East Africa
140399 FS FM1 - Research Seminar (Part 1) - Research Design - Austrian Development Aid / Cooperation: Actors and Concepts
140176 FS FM2 - Research Seminar (Part 2) - Realisation - Change! Transdisciplinary research seminar (part 2) scenic research
140174 FS FM2 - Research Seminar (Part 2) - Realisation - A comparative history of development policies ‘West’ and ‘East’ (1960-1990) in a Global History perspective: encounters, interactions, transfers, entanglements ‘West’, ‘East’ and ‘South’

12: Master Module

140404 KU Writing Seminar
140405 MAKU Master Course
140403 MAKU Master Course
140406 MAKU Master Course

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