Kolloquium des Imre Kertész Kollegs Jena // Sommersemester 2013

1. April 2013
Ostermontag

8. April 2013


Lutz Niethammer/ Michal Kopecek: Dependant Totalitarianism? Introduction to a Lecture Series at the Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena

15. April 2013


Alexander Korb: Transformatory Orders. The making of norms and power after the suspension of traditional structures. A collaborative research project

22. April 2013


Dariusz Stola: Dependent Totalitarianism? Poland

29. April 2013


Edda Binder-Iijima: Europäische Integration im 19. Jahrhundert: die südosteuropäischen konstitutionellen Monarchien

6. Mai 2013


Christhardt Henschel: "All citizens are obligated for military service." Jews and the armed forces of the Second Polish Republic

13. Mai 2013


N.N: N.N

20. Mai 2013


Pfingstmontag

27. Mai 2013


Dušan Segeš: Cold War broadcasting to East-Central Europe: Radio Free Europe and the B.B.C. in the 1950s and 1960s

3. Juni 2013


István Rév: Dependent Totalitarianism? Hungary

10. Juni 2013


Stefano Bottoni: "From mass terror to selective violence? State security practices in Ceaușescu's Romania"

17. Juni 2013


Miloš Havelka: Dependent Totalitarianism? Czech Republic

24. Juni 2013


Ilse Lazaroms: "Revolutions of Thought and Sensibility": Hungarian Jewry in the Years of Rupture, 1914-1923

1. Juli 2013


Jürgen Heyde: Narratives of action. Anti-Semitic Publications and the anti-Semitic “in-group” in Poland 1880-1939

8. Juli 2013


N.N: N.N

15. Juli 2013


Anna Wylegała: The social anthropology of filling the void: Poland and Ukraine after World War II

23. September 2013
Bogdan Iacob: Product of Appropriation: A Comparative Analysis of Southeastern European Studies under Communism in Romania (1963-1989)

30. September 2013
Zdenĕk Nebřensky: Alternative Representations of Order in the 1960s and Everyday Preconditions of Student Unrest in East-West Comparison