Kolloquium des Imre Kertész Kollegs // Sommersemester 2016

Das wöchentliche Forschungskolloquium dient dem regelmäßigen wissenschaftlichen Gespräch über die Forschungsprojekte der Fellows und aktuelle Arbeiten aus den Projektschwerpunkten. Neben Fellows, Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeitern, lädt das Kolleg regelmäßig externe Gäste ein.

Montags von 11 bis 13 Uhr: Am Planetarium 7, Seminarraum

4. April 2016

Matthias Stadelmann: Transnationality and ukrainicity. Remarks about the cultural construction of Soviet Ukraine

11. April 2016

Ana Dević: Powerlessness, Discontent and Identity in Late Socialist Yugoslavia, or On Nationalist Amnesias


18. April 2016

James Ward: The People's Property: Modern Expropriation as a Voyage on the Danube

25. April 2016

Agata Abramowicz und Andrzej Hoja: "An exhibition as The Open Work - new permanent display in Gdynia City Museum"


2. Mai 2016

Danilo Šarenac: Social banditry. Methodological Problems

9. Mai 2016

Jan Plamper: The New Germans: An Optimistic History of Migration


16. Mai 2016

Pfingstmontag: kein Kolloquium 

23. Mai 2016

Ivan Landa
: Marxism, Phenomenology, and the Question of Technology. Karel Kosík's Critique of Technological Reason


30. Mai 2016

Robert Takács: Hungary and the West. East-West Cultural Transfers during the Cold War

6. Juni 2016

Jane Lezina: The Ukrainian Lustration Laws in Context of Transitional Justice Processes in Post-Communist Europe


13. Juni 2016

Emily R. Gioielli: Home Front, Commune, Horthyland: Women, Gender and Political Violence during Hungary's Long World War I

20. Juni 2016

Daniela Koleva: The Exodus of the Bulgarian Jews (1948-49) and its Aftermath: Transnational and Transgenerational Remembering


27. Juni 2016

ASEEES-MAG Summer Convention: kein Kolloquium

4. Juli 2016

Kamil Kijek: The Last Polish Shtetl in the German Space? Dzierżoniów/Reichenbach in the years 1945-1950 and the Jewish World after the Holocaust.


11. Juli 2016

Katharina Lenski: The figure of ASOZIAL. The making of an underclass as a part of "Normalisation" in state socialism