Leading memory studies scholar, sociologist and historian Jeffrey Olick will trace developments around the concept of "the politics of regret", with a focus on debates on postcolonial, German memory politics and the end of American exceptionalism in light of the BLM movement.
Thursday 10 November, 19:00 | Großer Sitzungssaal PT3.0.79 at UR
There will also be a zoom link available. For more details, see bleow.Read more
Graduate Masterclass | Jeffrey Olick (Virginia) Collective Memory between Ethics, Regret and Manipulation
9 November 2022, 14:00–18:00, SG. 214 (aka CITAS)
Sociologist, historian and memory studies expert Jeffrey Olick will be giving a masterclass for master's students and PhD researchers. Please register with REAF by 3 NovemberRead more
The ScienceCampus and the Center for International and Transnational Area Studies (CITAS) at UR are pleased to announce the launch of the third edition of the Prize for Outstanding Master's Theses in Area Studies at UR. The deadline for applications is 6 November 2022.Read more
We are pleased to welcome applications from members of UR and IOS for the ScienceCampus outgoing fellowships. Colleagues can spend between two weeks and two months at a partner institution. The next deadline is 23 October 2022.Read more
Research Colloquium | Kamila Budrowska (Białystok) New Perspectives on Literary Censorship in Communist Poland (1944-1990)
Kamila Budrowska, currently visiting researcher at the Graduate School, will present her research on literary censorship in communist Poland as part of the joint research colloquium.
Thursday, 20 October at 14:30 in Room 017 at Altes Finanzamt (IOS/ GS), Landshuter Str. 4Read more