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Position in the field of “Digital Art History” with an employment rate of 50 % in pay group 13 TV-H

Start date: 23. November 2021

End date: 5. December 2021

Job offer

Am Herder-Institut für historische Ostmitteleuropaforschung – Institut der Leibniz-Gemeinschaft ist zum 01.02.2022 in der Abteilung Wissenschaftliche Sammlungen die unbefristete Stelle im Bereich „Digitale Kunstgeschichte“ mit einem Beschäftigungsumfang von 50 % in der Entgeltgruppe 13 TV-H Position in the field of "Digital Art History" with an employment rate of 50 % in pay group 13 TV-H […]

SFB Book Launch: Bentham, by Michael Quinn

Date: 30. November 2021

Time: 17:30 - 18:30

Lecture

SFB Book Launch: Bentham, by Michael Quinn November 30, 2021, 5:30 - 6:30 pm CHAIR: Angela Marciniak (Justus Liebig University, Giessen) COMMENTARIES: Stephen Engelmann (University of Illinois, Chicago), Regina Kreide (Justus Liebig University, Giessen) Jeremy Bentham was among the most influential figures of the early nineteenth century, and the approach he pioneered – utilitarianism – […]

New Release: Disease Control, Science and Corporate Strategies. The Behringwerke and Philipps University Marburg in the 20th Century

Date: 16. November 2021

Publications

New Release: Disease Control, Science and Corporate Strategies. The Behringwerke and the Philipps University Marburg in the 20th Century Im Rahmen der Vortragsreihe "Seuchenbekämpfung, Wissenschaft und Unternehmensstrategien. Die Behringwerke und die Philipps-Universität Marburg im 20. Jahrhundert" des Instituts für Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte im Sommersemester 2021 entstanden die Beiträge zur gleichnamigen Neuerscheinung. Der von Christian Kleinschmidt […]

New Release: CONSTRUCTING REGIONS, CONFLICTING LINES, CHANGING PLACES. Cartographic perspectives on East Central Europe

Date: 15. November 2021

Publications

New Release: CONSTRUCTING REGIONS, CONFLICTING LINES, CHANGING PLACES. Cartographic perspectives on East Central Europe CHRISTIAN LOTZ / PAUL GRÜNLER Poster / folded map in the series Discovering East Central Europe, Herder Institute Publisher 2021. Maps influence our spatial thinking and our idea of a particular settlement or area. At the same time, these ideas guide […]

Position in the field of geo/informatics with an employment rate of 50 % in pay group 12 TV-H

Start date: 15. November 2021

End date: 10. December 2021

Job offer

In der Abteilung Wissenschaftliche Sammlungen des Herder-Instituts ist im Arbeitsbereich Kartensammlung zum 1. Mai 2022 eine unbefristete Stelle im Tätigkeitsfeld Geo-/Informatik mit einem Beschäftigungsumfang von 50 % in der Entgeltgruppe 12 TV-H im Rahmen des Schwerpunkts „Digitale und quellenkritische Dokumentation des kulturellen Erbes im östlichen Europa“ (DiCulEast) zu besetzen.Das Herder-Institut für historische Ostmitteleuropaforschung beschäftigt sich […]

Colonial Cities and Border Regions in the Long 19th Century in Inter-imperial und Intra-imperial Comparisons

Start date: 26. September 2022

End date: 29. September 2022

Location: Herder Institute, Marburg

Conference

Summer School of the Herder Institute, September 26-29, 2022 Colonial cities, especially port cities, as well as border regions between empires have historically played a decisive role in the perception of colonial rule. They formed key transitional spaces in political, social, cultural, economic, administrative, military and religious conflicts and can be regarded as having held […]

The Securitization of Migrants and Ethnic Minorities and the Rise of Xenophobia in the EU

Start date: 25. November 2021

End date: 26. November 2021

Location: IBEI, Barcelona

Conference

Opening Symposium | IBEI, November 25-26, 2021 Heidi Hein-Kircher and Peter Haslinger participate in the following panels. Friday November 26 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM – Who (De)Securitizes? Constructing and Challenging the Securitization of Migration and Ethnic Minorities Chairs: Irina Ciornei – IBEI, Georgios Karyotis – University of GlasgowSpeakers: Valeria Bello – Blanquerna – Universitat Ramon […]

HIRA-GCSC Digital Book Launch: Heritage Under Socialism. Preservation in Eastern and Central Europe 1945-1991

Date: 23. November 2021

Time: 18:00 - 19:00

Lecture

HIRA-GCSC Digital Book Launch: Heritage Under Socialism. Preservation in Eastern and Central Europe 1945-1991 Edited by Eszter Gantner, Corinne Geering, and Paul Vickers, Vol. 2: New Perspectives on Central and Eastern European Studies, New York/Oxford: Berghahn, 2021.November 23, 2021, 18.00–19.00 (CET), Place: ZoomTo register, please send an e-mail to: events-hira@herder-institut.de. You will receive an automatic […]

Portal online: „Copernico. History and Cultural Heritage in Eastern Europe“ makes research visible

Date: 29. October 2021

General news

The portal "Copernico. History and Cultural Heritage in Eastern Europe" makes history vivid. With a research module and a thematic magazine, it opens up new ways of preserving and communicating cultural heritage in the public eye. Numerous institutions from the fields of science and cultural heritage mediation provide information about the common history and the […]

New Release: Heritage under Socialism. Preservation in Eastern and Central Europe, 1945–1991

Date: 31. October 2021

Publications

New Release: Heritage under Socialism. Preservation in Eastern and Central Europe, 1945–1991 Berghahn Series: New Perspectives on Central and Eastern European Studies, Volume 2 New York, Oxford 2021 “This coherent, well-conceived book presents a wide range of issues through a selection of interesting cases. Its focus on the Central and Eastern Europe region is an […]