Events

The Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies creates places of exchange between scholars at different stages in their career, from different countries as well as disciplinary backgrounds. Furthermore, we promote the transfer of knowledge to the general public.

In this calendar you will find several event announcements that reflect these efforts.

Moreover, we share here selected event announcements from our partner institutions.

 

19.12.2018

[Welcome Ceremony Munich]: Welcoming of the new associated doctoral candidates of the Graduate School and the new students of the Elite Graduate Program

On December 19, 2018, the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies and the Elite Graduate Program for East European Studies welcome the newly associated doctoral students of the Graduate School and the students of the 15th year of the Elite Graduate Program in Munich.

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19.12.2018 (12:00 - 14:00)

[Colloquium Munich] Jasmina Tumbas (Buffalo, NY): "Ethnic Roma in Fortress Europe: Art and Resistance Beyond Citizenship"

On Wednesday, 19 December 2018, the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies welcomes Jasmina Tumbas, Ph.D. (Buffalo, NY) to its lecture series Colloquium in Munich. The event is part of the joint welcome ceremony with the Elite Graduate Program for East European Studies. Tumbas will give a talk on "Ethnic Roma in Fortress Europe: Art and Resistance Beyond Citizenship".

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14.01.2019

[Forum Munich] James Krapfl (Montreal): "From Democratic Awakening to Auto-normalization: The Prague Spring Era from Below"

On Monday, 14 January 2019, the Graduate School welcomes James Krapfl (Montreal) to its public lecture series "Forum" at LMU Munich. Krapfl will give a talk on "From Democratic Awakening to Auto-normalization: The Prague Spring Era from Below".

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23.01.2019 (12:00 - 14:00)

[Colloquium Munich] Ekaterina Pravilova (Princeton, NJ): "Political Money. Monetary Reforms and the Problem of Constitution in Imperial Russia"

On Wednesday, 23 January 2018, the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies welcomes Professor Ekaterina Pravilova, Ph.D. (Princeton, NJ) in its lecture series Colloquium in Munich. Pravilova will give a talk on "Political Money. Monetary Reforms and the Problem of Constitution in Imperial Russia".

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