20.11.2017 (14:15 - 15:45)

[Forum Regensburg] Mikołaj Szołtysek (Halle/Saale): "The Long-Term Effects of Historical Family on European Developmental Inequalities: Persistence of the Past?"

On November 20, the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies welcomes Dr. Mikołaj Szołtysek (Halle/Saale) in Regensburg. He will contribute a paper entitled "The Long-Term Effects of Historical Family on European Developmental Inequalities: Persistence of the Past?" to the "Forum" lecture series.

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07.11.2017 (13:30 - 15:00)

[Forum Regensburg] Elena Shulzhenko (Slagelse): "Working under the Sword of Damocles: Variable Share of Pay in Russian Enterprises"

On November 7, the Graduate School of East and Southeast European Studies in cooperation with the Leibniz-Institute for East and Southeast European Studies welcomes Dr. Elena Shulzhenko (Slagelse) for a "Forum" lecture. She will present a paper with the title "Working under the Sword of Damocles: Variable Share of Pay in Russian Enterprises".

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06.10.2017 (2017-10-06 17:00 - 2017-10-07 20:00)

[Forum Regensburg] Vintilă Mihăilescu (Bukarest), Ionuţ Piţurescu (Bukarest), Ger Duijzings (Regensburg): "Innovative Documentary Cinema - Longocampo Childhoods / Shelters / Acts of Becoming"

The lecture series "Forum" of the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies presents on October 6 and 7, 2017, from 5 to 8 o'clock p.m. the films "Childhoods of Longocampo", "Shelters" and "Acts of Becoming" which were all created at the CINEIMPACT Film Academy in Câmpulung Muscel (Rumania). A discussion round on experimental methods in cinema with Prof. Dr. Ger Duijzings (Regensburg), Prof. Dr. Vintilă Mihăilescu (Bukarest) and Ionuţ Piţurescu (Bukarest) follows.

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12.09.2017 (18:15 - 19:45)

[Forum Munich] Ronald Suny (Chicago/Ann Arbor): "Modernizing Imperialisms: The Making and Breaking of Nations in the Tsarist and Soviet Empires"

On September 12, 2017, Prof. Dr. Ronald Suny (Chicago/Ann Arbor) is going to deliver a paper on "Modernizing Imperialisms: The Making and Breaking of Nations in the Tsarist and Soviet Empires" at the Graduate School in Munich as public Evening Lecture of the international conference "The Tsarist/Soviet empires and the history of modernity in Asia". The lecture is part of the Graduate School's event series "Forum" and will be open to the public.

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17.07.2017 (14:00 - 16:00)

[Forum Regensburg] Mark von Hagen (Tempe, AZ): "The 1917 Revolutions and the Imperial Turn: Forgotten Wars, Forgotten Peaces, Forgotten Revolution?"

On July 17, 2017 Prof. Dr. Mark von Hagen (Tempe, AZ) is going to give a lecture in Regensburg on "The 1917 Revolutions and the Imperial Turn: Forgotten Wars, Forgotten Peaces, Forgotten Revolution?" The lecture is part of the series "Forum" of the Graduate School of East and Southeast European Studies.

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12.07.2017 (18:15 - 19:45)

[Forum Munich] András Kovács (Budapest): "Jewish Identities and Secular Values in Post-Communist Countries"

On July 12, 2017 Prof. Dr. András Kovács (Budapest) is going to give a lecture in Munich on "Jewish Identities and Secular Values in Post-Communist Countries". The lecture is part of the series "Forum" and is organized in cooperation with the colloquium of the International Research Training Group "Religious Cultures in 19th and 20th-century Europe".

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26.09.2016 (18:00 - 20:00)

[Summer School 2016] Panel discussion "Cities Inside Out - Urban Peripheries Compared" in Belgrade

On the occasion of the Summer School 2016 "Exploring Belgrade: Theory x Discipline x Method" on September 26 the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies and the Honours Masters’ Programme "East European Studies" in cooperation with Goethe Institute Belgrade will host the public panel discussion "Cities Inside Out - Urban Peripheries Compared".

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10.08.2016 (16:15 - 17:45)

[Forum Regensburg] Ronald G. Suny (Ann Arbor, MI): "Palimpsests of Violence: How Genocide in Ottoman Turkey and the Persistence of the Past Affect Our World Today"

The renowned scholar of Russian, Armenian, and Caucasian history Prof. Ronald G. Suny, Ph.D. (Ann Arbor, MI) is going to give a public lecture in Regensburg on August 10, 2016. The lecture is entitled "Palimpsests of Violence: How Genocide in Ottoman Turkey and the Persistence of the Past Affect Our World Today" and is part of the Graduate School's lecture series "Forum".

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01.08.2016 (18:15 - 19:45)

[Forum München] Ronald G. Suny (Ann Arbor, MI): "'They Can Live in the Desert But Nowhere Else': Explaining the Armenian Genocide One Hundred Years Later"

Within the Graduate School's lecture series "Forum" on August 1, 2016 in Munich the renowned scholar of Russian, Armenian, and Caucasian history Prof. Ronald G. Suny, Ph.D. (Ann Arbor, MI) will give a public lecture entitled "'They Can Live in the Desert But Nowhere Else': Explaining the Armenian Genocide One Hundred Years Later".

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29.06.2016 (18:15 - 19:45)

[Forum München] Gregory Freeze (Waltham, MA): "Revolution in the Church: The Diocesan Assemblies of Clergy and Laity (Spring 1917)"

Gregory Freeze (Waltham, MA), Victor and Gwendolyn Beinfield Professor of History at Brandeis University (USA), is going to deliver a paper on "Revolution in the Church: The Diocesan Assemblies of Clergy and Laity (Spring 1917)" June 29, 2016 in Munich.

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10.05.2016 (18:15 - 19:45)

[Forum München] Cathleen M. Giustino (Auburn, AL): Migration and Resettlement of Confiscated Cultural Property in Czechoslovakia, 1938-1958

Cathleen M. Giustino, Mills Carter Professor of History at the Auburn University (USA), is going to deliver a paper on "Migration and Resettlement of Confiscated Cultural Property in Czechoslovakia, 1938-1958: Pathways of History and Hubs of Heritage in a Network of Memory and Forgetting" in the Graduate School's lecture series "Forum" in Munich May 10, 2016.

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26.04.2016 (18:00 - 20:00)

[Forum Regensburg] Alexander Agadjanian (Moscow): "Russian Orthodoxy Now: Institution, Ideology, Identity"

Alexander Agadjanian, Professor of Religious Studies at the Center for the Study of Religion at the Russian State University of the Humanities in Moscow, will give a talk entitled "Russian Orthodoxy Now: Institution, Ideology, Identity" in Regensburg on April 26, 2016. 

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02.03.2016 (17:00 - 19:30)

[Forum Munich]: Eiji Oguma: Tell the Prime Minister

March 2, 2016 the Graduate School presents the Japanese documentary film "Tell the Prime Minister" directed by filmmaker and political scientist Eiji Oguma in Munich's cinema "Werkstattkino". This film captures the anti-nuclear protests in Tokyo after the Fukushima nuclear incident in March 2011. After the screeing there will be the opportunity to discuss with Professor Oguma.

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01.03.2016 (19:00 - 21:00)

[Forum Regensburg]: Eiji Oguma: Tell the Prime Minister

March 1, 2016 the Graduate School presents the Japanese documentary film "Tell the Prime Minister" directed by filmmaker and political scientist Eiji Oguma in Regensburg's cinema "Kino im Leeren Beutel". This film captures the anti-nuclear protests in Tokyo after the Fukushima nuclear incident in March 2011. After the screeing there will be the opportunity to discuss with Professor Oguma.

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18.02.2016

[Forum Regensburg] Jessie Labov (Columbus, OH): Beyond Positivism: Embracing the Fuzziness of the Digital Humanities

Dr. Jessie Labov, Assistant Professor for Slavic Studies at Ohio State University, will give a lecture in Regensburg on February 22, 2016. Her paper is entitled "Beyond Positivism: Embracing the Fuzziness of the Digital Humanities".

The public lecture follows an internal workshop about methods in the "Digital Humanities" and is part of the Graduate School's lecture series "Forum".

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18.02.2016

[Forum Regensburg] Catherine MacKenzie (Montreal): The Art Collecting Practices of the Jewish Lawyer Dr. Ismar Littmann

Februar 25, 2016 Catherine MacKenzie (Montreal) will present her paper "The Art Collecting Practices of the Jewish Lawyer Dr. Ismar Littmann, Breslau" at the "Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie Regensburg".

The lecture is part of the Graduate School's lecture series "Forum" and is open for a general public.

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26.10.2015 (18:30 - 20:30)

[Forum München / Munich History Lecture] Adam Zamoyski (London): Vienna 1815: The Congress that Never Worked

On Monday October 26, 2015 the very prominent historian Adam Zamoyski (London) gives a talk in the Munich History Lecture about the background and teh results of the Congress of Vienna in 1814/15 − "Vienna 1815: The Congress that Never Worked" is the title of Zamoyski's lecture that will be hold in English language.

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07.07.2015 (18:15 - 19:45)

[Forum Lecture Munich] Tracy K. Dennison: Reform in a Weak State: Institutional Inertia in Imperial Russia

On July 7th, Dr Tracy K. Dennison, Professor of Social History at Calltech University (Pasadena), will talk about "Reform in a Weak State: Institutional Inertia in Imperial Russia".

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02.07.2015 (18:15 - 20:00)

Forum Lecture Munich: Włodzimierz Borodziej: Along the Eastern Front in WW I. Hinterland and Occupation. [In German]

The Polish historian Włodzimierz Borodziej, professor for the history of the 20th century at Warsaw University and co-head of the Imre Kertész College "Europas Osten im 20. Jahrhundert" (Europe's East in the 20th Century) at Jena, will give insights into his current research project, which is dedicated to the various hinterlands of the moving Eastern Front in World War I.

6.15 p.m. - 8 p.m.

In cooperation with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde and the German-Polish Graduate School "Polen und Deutschland im modernen Europa".

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30.06.2015 (18:15 - 20:00)

Forum Lecture Munich: Jacqueline Nießer/Ger Duijzings: War Crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Legal Persecution and Society's Coming to Terms with the Past :

How is being dealt with the the past 20 years after the Srebrenica massacre and the Dayton peace treaty? How victims and perpetrators are being treated? This lecture, given by Graduate School members Jacqueline Nießer and Ger Duijzings (Regensburg), deals with the judicial treatment, especially at the International Criminal Court in The Hague. Introducing the civil society network REKOM which seeks to give victims a voice by establishing truth commissions, there will be shed light on the ongoing societal process of dealing with war crimes, too.

LMU Munich, Main Building (Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1), Room A125, 6.15 p.m.

This lecture is part of the series "Bosnien-Herzegowina. 20 Jahre nach Srebrenica und Dayton", being organised by the Graduate School and the Münchner Volkshochschule.

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25.06.2015 (18:00 - 20:00)

Forum Lecture Regensburg: Reinhard Krumm: Ostpolitik 3.0: Towards a Peaceful Neighbourhood. [In German]]

Dr. Reinhard Krumm, lecturer at Regensburg University and head of the Central and East Europe Department at Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, will give a talk on "Ostpolitik 3.0: Für eine friedliche Nachbarschaft".

6 p.m. - 8 p.m., Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg, Landshuter Str. 4, Room 017 (ground floor). In cooperation with the Institute for East and Southeast European Studies Regensburg.

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23.06.2015 (18:15 - 20:30)

Forum Lecture Munich: Klaus Buchenau: Nation or Religion? Confessional conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina [in German]

Prof. Dr. Klaus Buchenau, Professor of Southeast and East European History at Regensburg University and member of the Graduate School, will be giving a lecture onfessional conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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22.06.2015 (18:30 - 20:00)

Forum Lecture Munich: Krzysztof Ruchniewicz: War Remembrance in Poland and Germany [in German]

On 22 June the Polish historian Krzysztof Ruchniewicz (Wrocław University) will be the Graduate School's guest in Munich. In his resarch and teaching, Ruchniewicz focusses on German-Polish relations in the 20th century, politics of history and culture of history. In this lecture he points out differences and similarities in commemorating World War II in Poland and Germany. 

6.30 p.m. - 8 p.m., Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies, Library, Maria-Theresia-Str. 21, Munich.

In cooperation with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde and the German-Polish Graduate School "Polen und Deutschland im modernen Europa".

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15.06.2015 (18:15 - 20:30)

Forum Lecture Munich: Marie-Janine Calic: Bosnia and Herzegovina - The Burden of The Past and The Hope for Future. [In German]

11 July marks the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, which was the cruel climax of the Bosnian War. Where does Bosnia and Herzegovina stand twenty years after the war, which put an end to multi-ethnic and multi-religious coexistence? What does the peace process look like and which role does Europe play in it? After looking back at what happened in the 1990s Marie-Janine Calic takes stock: What perspectives does Bosnia and Herzegovina have?

Venue: Gasteig, Rosenheimer Str. 5, Munich, Lecture Room of the Municipal Library; Time: 6.15 p.m. - 20.30 p.m.

This lecture is part of the series "Bosnien-Herzegowina. 20 Jahre nach Srebrenica und Dayton", being organised by the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies and the Münchner Volkshochschule.

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09.06.2015 (18:00 - 20:00)

Forum Lectures Regensburg: The Political Situation in Ukraine [in German]

Andreas Umland (Kyiv): War, Crisis, Reforms: Ukraine under Permanent Pressure [Krieg, Krise, Reformen: Die Ukraine im Dauerstress]

Leonid Luks (Eichstätt/Ingolstadt): Moscow's Neo-Imperial Doctrine and its Critics [Moskaus neoimperiale Doktrin und ihre Kritiker]

Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg, Landshuter Str. 4, Room 319.

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01.06.2015 (18:30 - 20:30)

Forum Lecture Munich: Andreas Kappeler (Munich History Lecture): The Great Russians and the Little Russians. Historical Foundations of the Russian-Ukrainian Conflict. [In German]

Andreas Kappeler (Vienna): "Die Großrussen und die Kleinrussen. Historische Grundlagen des russisch-ukrainischen Konflikts" (the lecture will be given in German)

Lasting for more than one year now, the Russian-Ukrainian War threw Europe out of balance. This lecture points out historical foundations which may contribute to understanding the current developments. Key words: Russia's Imperial legacy; assymetric relations; the shadow Russia has been casting on Ukraine for more than two centuries.

LMU Munich, Main Building (Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1), 6 p.m., Room A140.

This lecture is part of the series "Munich History Lecture" and is being organised jointly by the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies and the deanship of the Faculty of History and the Arts.

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11.05.2015 (16:00 - 18:00)

Forum Regensburg: Panel Disucssion: What Is Applied History Capable of? Explorations on The Relationship between Scholarship and The Public. [In German]

"Was kann angewandte Geschichte?" [What Is Applied History Capable of?] - This question will be raised in a panel discussion dedicated to the relationship between scholarship and the public, taking place on 11 May, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m., at the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies, Landshuter Str. 4, Regensburg, Room 017.

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05.05.2015 (18:15 - 20:15)

Forum Munich: „Der Holocaust in den Erinnerungskulturen und historischen Narrativen in Europa“

Peter Hallama's monograph on "Nationale Helden und jüdische Opfer - Tschechische Repräsentationen des Holocausts" which will be published in May is the first volume of the series "Schnittstellen. Studien zum östlichen und südöstlichen Europa". On 5 May 2015 the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies presents its publiaction series. The ceremonial lecture on „Der Holocaust in den Erinnerungskulturen und historischen Narrativen in Europa“  will be given by Dr. Andrea Löw (Center for Holocaust Studies at the Institut für Zeitgeschichte, Munich).

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21.04.2015 (18:15 - 20:00)

Forum Lecture Munich with Margaret Lavinia Anderson (UC Berkeley): “Wer redet heute noch von der Vernichtung der Armenier?” - Wovon die Deutschen sprachen und worüber sie schwiegen"

On Tuesday, 21 April,  Margaret Lavinia Anderson (UC Berkeley) will give a talk on “Wer redet heute noch von der Vernichtung der Armenier?” - Wovon die Deutschen sprachen und worüber sie schwiegen". It is dedicated to German-Ottoman relations until 1933 in the light of the Armenian Genocide.

6.15 pm, venue: Ostlesesaal der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek, Ludwigstraße 16, 80539 München

Please register with osteuropa@bsb-muenchen.de in order to take part.

In cooperation with the Bavarian State Library, the Chair of Turcology at LMU Munich and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde.

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10.02.2015 (18:30 - 21:00)

Forum Lecture Munich with Edhem Eldem: The "prehistory" of Ottoman archaeology, 1840-1870

6.30 p.m. - 9 p.m., Carl Friedrich von Siemens-Stiftung, Südliches Schloßrondell 23, 80638 München

You are kindly asked to register with Ms Kathrin Linnemann until 2 February 2015.

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30.01.2015 (14:00 - 16:00)

Forum Regensburg: Podiumsdiskussion: Was kann angewandte Geschichte? Erkundungen des Verhältnisses von Wissenschaft und Öffentlichkeit

2 p.m. - 4 p.m., Graduiertenschule für Ost- und Südosteuropastudien, Landshuter Str. 4, Regensburg, Raum 017

20.01.2015 (18:00 - 20:00)

Forum Munich with Krzysztof Ruchniewicz: Der Zweite Weltkrieg in der polnischen und deutschen Erinnerungskultur

6 p.m. - 8 p.m., Leopoldstr. 13, Haus 2, Room 2U01.

15.01.2015 (18:00 - 20:00)

Forum Lecture Regensburg with Kateřina Čapková (Prag): Zuflucht für Prominente. Die Tschechoslowakei und ihre Flüchtlinge aus NS-Deutschland und Österreich

Event Venue: Museum Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie

In Cooperation with the Museum Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie

04.11.2014 (13:30 - 15:00)

28.10.2014 (18:00 - 20:30)

Forum Lecture with Prof. Caroline Humphrey in Munich: Brands and Mediators: Instabilities of Trade at the Russia-China Border

The paper discusses small-scale traders operating across the northeast China-Russia border in the context of the global economy. It outlines the difficulties faced by Chinese traders in Russia and the important role of mediators in making them cultural and socially acceptable. Just as important is the mediators aid in rendering the goods attractive to consumers. This is done by a creative process of branding, using both global and local brand-names. It is argued that branding is a cultural activity affecting production as well as marketing and that it is central to "globalisation from below" - i.e. low value yet mass-scale international trade

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22.10.2014 (18:00 - 20:00)

Forum Lecture Munich with Oleksiy Haran and Georgiy Kasianov (Kiev): Politische Zukunftsstrategien und Geschichtspolitik der Ukraine heute

Prof. Oleksiy Haran (Kiev): EuroMaidan, Annexation of Crimea, and the War in the East
Prof. Georgiy Kasianov (Kiev): History as a Battlefield: How Past Makes Present War in Ukraine

6 p.m. - 8 p.m.,  LMU Main Building, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, Room M 105

21.10.2014 (18:00 - 20:00)

Forum Lecture Regensburg with Andreas Ernst (Belgrad): Aufgehender Halbmond - Türkische soft-power auf dem Balkan und ihre Wirkungen

Event venue: Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies, Landshuter Str. 4, Room 017 (ground floor)

14.10.2014 (18:00 - 20:00)

Forum Lecture Munich with Benno Ennker: Die Eurasische Union und der Ethno-Nationalismus in der neuen Außenpolitik Russlands

Benno Ennker: Die Eurasische Union und der Ethno-Nationalismus in der neuen Außenpolitik Russlands

In cooperation with DGO and the Chair for Russia-Asia-Studies, LMU Munich

Venue: Main building of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, Room M109

6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

23.09.2014 (15:00 - 17:00)

Forum Lecture Regensburg with Dr. Michal Kopeček (Prag): From Critical Patriotism to National Memory? Dissidence, Human Rights and National Identity in East Central Europe from Late to Post-Socialism

Event venue: Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies, Landshuter Str. 4, Room 017 (ground floor)

07.07.2014

Forum Lecture Munich

Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern: „The Golden Age Shtetl“

On Friday, July 11th, 2014, the historian Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern (Northwestern University) presents his new, Pulitzer Prize-nominated book "The Golden Age Shtetl: A New History of Jewish Life in East Europe“. In this book he delivers a comprehensive social, economic and historico-cultural history of the shtetl, which throughout the 18th and 19th centuries was home to two thirds of East European Jewry.

 

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01.07.2014 (18:00 - 20:00)

Forum Lecture in Munich with Mark von Hagen: The Entangled Eastern Front in World War I and the Making of the Ukrainian State

Mainbuilding of the LMU Munich, Raum M114, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1

In cooperation wit the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde

Professor Dr. Mark von Hagen teaches history at the University of Arizona. His focus is on Russian and Ukrainian History.

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24.06.2014 (18:00 - 20:00)

Forum Lecture in Munich with Maarten Van Ginderachter (Antwerpen): Nations and nationalism from the margins. A research agenda for the future

Bibliothek der Graduiertenschule, Maria-Theresia-Straße 21.

In Kooperation mit der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde, dem Lehrstugl für Neuere und Neuste Geschichte, dem Lehrstuhl für Europäische Geschichte des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts und dem Lehrstuhl für Zeitgeschichte (alle LMU München)

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24.06.2014 (17:00 - 19:00)

Forum Regensburg mit Dr. Dorothee Walther (Berlin): Rechtstransfer in der Praxis: Rechtsberatung und Aufbau eines juristischen Publikationsprogramms im Kosovo

17-19 Uhr, WiOS, Landshuter Str. 4, Raum 213 (2. OG)

In Kooperation mit dem Institut für Ostrecht

23.06.2014 (18:30 - 21:00)

Forum München mit Professor Dr. Philipp Ther (Wien): Die neue Ordnung auf dem alten Kontinent. Revolution, Transformation und Neoliberalismus in Europa seit den 1980er Jahren

Carl-Friedrich-von-Siemens-Stiftung, Südliches Schlossrondell 23, München.Teilnahme nur noch vorheriger Anmeldung unter E-Mail: kathrin.linnemann@lrz.uni-muenchen.de. Nach dem Vortrag lädt die Graduiertenschule für Ost- un Südosteuropastudien zu einem Imbiss ein.

In Kooperation mit der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde.

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18.06.2014 (18:00 - 20:00)

Forum Regensburg mit Prof. Dr. Robert Uerpmann-Wittzack (Regensburg): Souveränität und Selbstbestimmung in der Ukraine-Krise: Ist Völkerrecht wichtig?

Betrachtet man das russische Vorgehen in der Ukraine-Krise, scheint Völkerrecht kaum eine Rolle zu spielen. Im Vortrag von Professor Dr. Robert Uerpmann-Wittzack am 18. Juni in Regensburg soll es nicht nur um eine völkerrechtliche Würdigung der Ukraine-Krise gehen, sondern auch darum, welche Instrumente das Völkerrecht zur Konfliktbewältigung bereitstellt.

Beginn der Veranstaltung ist um 18 Uhr im Institut für Ostrecht, Landshuter Str. 4, Raum 017 (EG).

In Kooperation mit den Regensburger-Vorträgen des Wissenschaftszentrum Ost- und Südosteuropa Regensburg (WiOS)