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Berlin, the front city in the cold war, has turned into a vibrant cosmopolitan metropole after the wall fell. Rich in history, the architecture reflects the city’s ambiguous past. Bombing and street-to-street fighting in World War 2, as well as the consequent division of the city into a Western and an Eastern zone, have left scars still visible today. In 1999 Berlin became the capital of the reunited Federal Republic of Germany.

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In 2018, the SDAC director , JProf.Stéphanie Homola, has published her article "La fabrique des restes.Réflexions sur les procédures aléatoires produisant des restes dans les arts divinatoires chinois". For more Information, please click here  

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On Friday 30th of November students of the Master´s program “Standards of Decision-Making Across Cultures” participated in a workshop on Design Thinking held by Professor Oliver Szasz from Macromedia University of Applied Sciences in Munich. At the beginning of the workshop, Professor Szasz introduc...

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The Elite Master's program commenced its first academic activity during the orientation week by inviting the SDAC students, members of staff, and research fellows to attend the lecture series hosted by the International Consortium for Research in the Humanities, where scholars discuss the academic f...

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Mr. Philipp Rolf, who is a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Bayreuth at the Chair for Production Management and Industrial Management, delivered some insights on how decision-maker in the private sector are prepared to make “good” decision. His presentation referred to his Ph.D. Theses on „Proactive Decision-Making in Operational Research and Consumer Research Contexts”.

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As an extension of his course, Prof. Dr. Smith encourages his students to attend a short series of ethnographic films that he will be screening this semester with the help of the IKGF. The series is going to begin this Thursday at 18h15 in the IKGF's "small" seminar room. This week, he will be provi...