Seminar of the Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena // Summer term 2014

The weekly research seminar supports discussion of the fellows´ research projects and other projects in the Kolleg´s main research areas. In addition to fellows and research staff members, the Kolleg regularly invites external guests to participate in these seminars.

On Mondays from 11 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.: Am Planetarium 7, seminar room

7 April 2014

Joanna Wawrzyniak: 'Mon cher Maître': Letters by Stefan Czarnowski to Marcel Mauss and Henri Hubert (1905-1937)

14 April 2014

Research Area Intellectual Horizons 

Vitezslav Sommer: Social Sciences, Expertise and State Socialist Governance: A Case of Czechoslovak Future Studies


21 April 2014
Easter Monday 

28 April 2014

Research Area Intellectual Horizons

Mirna Zakić:The Farthest Watch of the Reich: Ethnic Germans and National Socialism in World War II  


5 May 2014

Vladimir Solonari: Divergent Aims, Inconsistent Implementation: Romanian Occupation Policies in Transnistria, 1941-1944

12 May 2014

Research Area Challenges of Modernity

Matěj Spurný: On the Way to Technocratic Socialism: Removing the Old Town of Most (1960-1980)


19 May 2014

Łukasz Sommer: Historical Linguistics Applied: the Concept of Finno-Ugric Kinship in the Construction of Finnish and Estonian Self-Images

26 May 2014

Kai Struve: German Rule, Ukrainian Nationalism, and anti-Jewish violence: Summer 1941 in Western Ukraine


2 June 2014

Carolin Leutloff-Grandits: Families and Solidarity in a Translocal Space: The Case of Kosovo-Albanians from Opoja

9 June 2014

Whit Monday


23 June 2014

Marie-Janine Calic: Writing the History of Southeast Europe: Global Perspectives

30 June 2014

Zsombor Bódy: Industrielles Unternehmen in der ungarischen Kriegs-, und Nachkriegsgesellschaft. Ikarus-Werke im Spannungsfeld von Eigentümer, Arbeitskraft, Regierung, Parteien und Besatzungsmächten, 1939-1949


7 July 2014

Winson Chu: Łódź in the Twentieth Century as Trans-Local History

14 July 2014

Dragoș Petrescu: The 1989 Revolutions in East-Central Europe: An Explanatory Model