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09. February 2017

European Commission funds research network with 300.000 €

A transnational application of history? A Jean Monnet network is researching what it requires

Many societal factors determine how history unfolds and is processed. In addition to professional historians at universities, extracurricular learning centres, memorial sites, museums and non-governmental organisations also contribute to establishing historical meaning. Over the next three years the international team constituting the Jean Monnet Network for Applied Contemporary European History of the Historical Institute at Friedrich Schiller University Jena will pursue these questions through...

11. June 2016

Prof. Dr. Włodzimierz Borodziej Inducted into the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences

Prof. Dr. Włodzimierz Borodziej was officially sworn into the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences on 11 June 2016.

Prof. Dr. Włodzimierz Borodziej was officially sworn into the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences on 11 June 2016. Borodziej, who is Co-Director of the Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena - 'Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century: Comparative Historical Experience' at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena and Professor of History at the University of Warsaw, was nominated to membership in the Humanities Class. 

The Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences appoints members who have distinguished...

foto Włodzimierz Borodziej

20. August 2014

Order of Saint Stephen awarded to Imre Kertész on August 20, 2014

Imre Kertész, Nobel laureate in Literature and the eponym of our institute has just received the Order of Saint Stephen, Hungary’s highest award.

Imre Kertész, Nobel laureate in Literature and the eponym of our institute has just received the Order of Saint Stephen, Hungary’s highest award. The Imre Kertész Kolleg would like to warmly congratulate Imre Kertész on this special occasion.

Image: Imre Kertész and János Áder, the President of Hungary at the awarding ceremony of August 20, 2014.

Imre Kertész and János Áder, the President of Hungary at the awarding ceremony of August 20, 2014.

06. January 2012

Griesbachsches Gartenhaus nach Renovierung mit Festakt eröffnet

Nach anderthalbjähriger Bauzeit wurde heute (16. Januar 2012) das Griesbachsche Gartenhaus, in Jena auch als Prinzessinnenschlösschen bekannt, wiedereröffnet und durch den Rektor der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Prof. Dr. Klaus Dicke, an den neuen Nutzer, das Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena, übergeben.

Unter Teilnahme der Honoratioren der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena übergab Rektor Prof. Dr. Klaus Dicke im Rahmen eines Festaktes den Direktoren des Imre Kertész Kollegs Jena, Prof. Dr. Włodzimierz Bodorziej und Prof. Dr. Joachim von Puttkamer den Schlüssel für das Griesbachsche Gartenhaus. In den nächsten Jahren werden hier renommierte WissenschaftlerInnen aus dem In- und Ausland zur Geschichte des östlichen Europas im 20. Jahrhundert forschen. "Unsere Fellows werden sich hier sehr...