Winter Term 2020/21
The IFES research seminar on next winter term will combine a series of lectures by guest scholars with the presentation of publications of our institute members appeared in 2020. We are glad to count on a disciplinary and empirical variety of approaches towards European Studies this semester and welcome interested participants to the meetings.
The meetings take place every 14 days on Tuesdays at 4:15 p.m. We will announce in good time on our homepage whether an event will take place online, in presence or hybrid.
Please register for every session at firstname.lastname@example.org. For sessions that take place in presence or hybrid, we would also like to kindly ask you to arrive ten minutes prior to the beginning of the meeting to allow us to allocate your place to someone else if you are unable to attend.
3 November 2020
(Update: The lecture will only take place online. Please register at email@example.com, we will send out the link via email just before the event.)
Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv/DAAD
Ordinary people under extreme conditions: War and displacement in contemporary Ukraine
17 November 2020
(Please note: This meeting takes place online at 6 p.m. The panel discussion will be held in German)
German-Polish project kick-off:
Public History and the Crisis of Liberal Democracy - Regional Perspectives #1: (NS) memorials as arenas of memorial-political interests
Panel discussion (in German) with
Krzysztof Ruchniewicz, Willy-Brandt Center Wroclaw
Jörg Hackmann, University of Szczecin
Andrea Genest, KZ-memorial Ravensbrück
Axel Drecoll, director of the foundation Brandenburg Memorials
Academic project management and moderation: Anja Hennig (EUV/IFES)
1 December 2020
Book presentation (in German)
The editors Timm Beichelt, Clara Frysztacka, Claudia Weber and Susann Worschech (EUV/IFES) are presenting their publication
Ambivalenzen der Europäisierung (Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart, 2020). The book presentation will be held in German.
15 December 2020
Together with Vivien Schmidt (Boston University) and other guests, Amelie Kutter (EUV/IFES) is presenting her publication A Legitimation in the European Union. A Discourse- and Field-Theoretical View (Palgrave 2020).
12 January 2021
University of Pittsburgh/guest researcher IFES
Promoting Europe: From Films and Newsreels to Streaming Media 1945-2020
26 January 2021
Deutsches Historisches Institut Rom/guest researcher IFES
Visionen vom europäischen Süden: die Selbstverortung Italiens in der Nachkriegszeit.
The lecture will be held in German.
10 February 2021
(Please note: This meeting takes place in the Senatssaal on Wednesday, 10 February 2021, at 4:15 p.m. The lecture will be held in German)
University of Göttingen/Netzwerk Kritische Migrations- und Grenzregimeforschung (KritNet)
Europäische Grenze oder Grenze der Mitgliedstaaten der Europäischen Union? Zur Europäisierung des Grenzschutzes durch die Agentur Frontex