Summer Term 2022
There is no research seminar in this summer term 2022.
10 May 2022
6:15-7:45pm, LH 101/102
Epochalismus. Zu Symptomatik und Therapie einer Berufskrankheit (in German)
Lecture and discussion with historian Achim Landwehr (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf).
In cooperation with the chair of European Contemporary History and the research seminar on cultural history of the chair of Modern European Cultural History together with the chair of European Economic and Social History.
31 May 2022
5:30-8:00pm, Logensaal (LH)
Film screening with following talk (in German)
Grenzland (Poland/Germany, 100 min., 2020)
In cooperation with the Viadrina Center B/ORDERS IN MOTION.
26 April 2022
Presidential elections in France, a French-German view: which perspectives for Europe?
Martin Baloge (Université Paris-1 Panthéon Sorbonne/Centre Marc Bloch)
Cédric Pellen (Université de Strasbourg/Centre Marc Bloch)
In conversation with:
Timm Beichelt and Elsa Tulmets (European Studies/IFES)
18 May 2022
1:00-2:00pm, hybrid, LH 101/102, Zoom
Hungary after the general elections: Down the path of autocratization?
Melani Barlai (Andrássy University Budapest)
Balázs Dénes (Civil Liberties Union for Europe)
20 July 2022
1:00-2:00 pm, online via Zoom
Presentation of CriDis and its Covid-19 special edition at IFES (in German/English)
and authors. Facilitated by Anja Hennig (EUV/IFES).
Crisis Discourse Blog (CriDis) is a platform for people interested in discourses of crisis. We offer accessible, but scientifically rigorous, analyses of current crisis debate and make suggestions for reflection. We look into framings, forms of language use, images and memes, ambiguous concepts and larger discourse configurations that suggest tackling a crisis in specific ways. We also use photography and illustration to engage with crisis debate. We believe that discourse analysis and artist intervention can help us to better navigate the mediatized drama of crisis and see through its social and political implications.
The lecture series "Inside/Outside Ukraine: Ukrainian Affairs and Research @Viadrina" invites Ukrainian visiting scholars to present their research focus. Organized and led by Susann Worschech, the lecture series takes place every Tuesday in AM 204 and online via Zoom. The complete program can be found here. All meetings are open to the public; registration is not needed.
The series "Voices from Ukraine" is a cooperation with Ukraine Calling and takes place every Thursday at lunchtime. The online series presents Ukranian analyses and perspectives on the war and creates a platform for Ukranian scholars in Germany and Europe. The events are held in English. Streams of the previous events can be found here. Please register at firstname.lastname@example.org or https://t1p.de/lf6ew.