Aktuelles und Veranstaltungen

Lecture | Robert Austin: The Multiple Trajectories of Albanian Transitional Justice

The ScienceCampus together with the Regensburg branch of the Südosteuropa Gesellschaft invites to a lecture by Robert C. Austin, Professor and Associate Director of the Centre for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto.

Monday, May 16, 15:00 in VG 0.14 at UR or via Zoom


Lecture | Alexander Bikbov (Paris): Multiple times of planning: European and Soviet models of job motivation in the 1920s-60s

|   Research Colloquium

Institutional history and historical sociology of the Cold War frequently associate the planned ecoomy with the Soviet political regime. In fact, the core Soviet vocabulary, composed in the early 1920s and rebuilt in the late 1950s, explicitly referred to planning and science. An even more intriguing part of the story consists in the fact that ideas of scientific planning, rational government and creating a new man, were also part of the projects of the new Europe following the end of the World…


Research Colloquium | Monika Wingender (Giessen): Types of Language Conflicts - with a Focus on Russia and Ukraine

|   Module 2: Translations

On 12 May, 14:15, in Altes Finanzamt Room 319, Monika Wingender of the University of Giessen will present a highly pertinent talk on linguistic conflicts in Russia and Ukraine, drawing on her extensive expertise in the field.


Lecture Series | Forging the Nation: The Making and Faking of Nationalisms in Our Own Times (Ronald Suny)

|   Lecture

Ronald Suny, Visiting Fellow at the ScienceCampus, will give a talk on May 9, 2022, as part of the lecture series "Frictions and Transformations of Globalization".


Meet the Partner Institution: University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

|   Event

Meet Ronald Suny, Kate Wroblewski and Joshua Newell, three Visiting Fellows from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, who are in Regensburg in May 2022.