Angst im Gespräch

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Werkleitz Festival 2010 Angst hat große Augen
Academic Panel
Angst im Gespräch
15. 4. to 16. 4. 2010

In cooperation with the DFG network Spielformen der Angst (Variations of fear) and the Institute of Sociology, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg.

The interdisciplinary academic panel was held at Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg in cooperation with the DFG network Spielformen der Angst (Variations of fear) and the Institute of Sociology, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg.

Within the festival Angst hat große Augen (Fear has big eyes) Werkleitz hosted the academic panel Angst im Gespräch, concerning the representation of fear in language, art and film, as well as construction and deconstruction of recent social scenarios of fear. Continuing topics were risk and prevention.
As part of the programme Werkleitz organized the excursion to Bitterfeld-Wolfen. All talks and presentations were in German language.

 

Articles (in German only):

Dr. Lars Koch (University of Siegen, Faculty of German Literature): DFG-Netzwerk „Spielformen der Angst“ (Variations of fear)

Prof. Dr. Andreas Käuser (University of Siegen, Faculty of Literature and Media): Angst: Begriffe und Medien (Fear: Terminology and media)

Prof. Dr. Sabiene Autsch (University Paderborn, Department of Art and History of Art): Angst zeigen (Showing fear)

Dr. Julia B. Köhne (University Vienna, Faculty of Contemporary History): Is it only a movie? Angstrepräsentationen und -transformationen in Horror- und Science-Fiction-Filmen der 1960er und 1970er Jahre (Is it only a movie? The representation of fear and transformation in horror films)

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Bröckling (Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Institut of Sociology): Vorbeugen oder Aufrichten? Über Prävention (About prevention)

Katrin Harm (Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Institut of Sociology): Angst im Spiegel der Statistik (How fear is reflected in statistics)

Dr. Matthias Gros (Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ)): Keine Angst vor dem Nichtwissen (Do not fear non-knowledge)

Prof. em. Dr. Dr. H. C. Fritz Sack (University Hamburg/ ISIP-Institut für Sicherheits- und Präventionsforschung): Inszenierung von Angst (The orchestration of fear)

 

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