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Dr. Michaela Haug

Senior Researcher am Global South Studies Center Cologne (GSSC)

Hauptgebäude, Albertus-Magnus Platz 1
Room 6.110

Currently Taught Courses

BA BM2 Ethnologische Methoden - empirische Anwendungen (Gruppe 1 und 2 ) 
TermineKLIPS2 Termine 
Duration2 Semesterwochenstunden
Type of CoursePraktische Uebung
Course LanguageDeutsch
RoomVirtuelle Veranstaltung - kein Raum

Academic Memberships

Senior Researcher at Global South Studies Center Cologne (GSSC)

Future-Making, Environmental Change and Socio-economic Transformations in East Kalimantan, Indonesia

Future-Making, Environmental Change and Socio-economic Transformations in East Kalimantan, Indonesia

Support: German Research Foundation (DFG)

Project management: Dr. Michaela Haug
Staff: David Meschede, M.A.,
Website: http://futuremakingkalimantan.phil-fak.uni-koeln.de/41490.html?&L=1

Funding Phase: 2019-2022 (36 months) | Budget: 226.830 €

Processes of rapid and profound social and environmental change characterize the remaining rainforest areas of Indonesia. We explore these transformations as manifestations of future making und place the aspirations of local actors at centre stage. Future making refers to the ways in which visions and expectations of the future inform action in the present und how consequently the future is produced in the present.

Taking East Kalimantan as a point of departure, we study practices of future making in an interplay of numerous actors, various interests, and institutional settings linked across manifold scales. We explore diverse visions of the future and values linked to aspirations for a “better” life. Furthermore, we investigate how visions of the future are expressed, in which temporal and spatial frames of reference they are placed and how they are translated into practice.

Poverty and Decentralization in East Kalimantan

Support: BMBF
Cooperation Partners: CIFOR (Centre for International Forestry Research) in Cooperation with University of Freiburg

Michaela Haug | PhD Research (2003- 2009);

Ressourcenwahrnehmung und Bodenrecht der Dayak Benuaq in Ost Kalimantan

Michaela Haug | Master Thesis with Field Research in Indonesia  (2001-2003)