Kolloquium des Imre Kertész Kollegs // Wintersemester 2016/2017

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

5. September 2016

Ana Kladnik: The Persistence of Voluntary Associations in Local Communities: The History of Volunteer Fire Departments in Southeast Europe, 1860s-1990s

12. September 2016
Piotr Majewski: Collaboration in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia: Forms, Actors, and Motivations

19. September 2016
Agnieszka Koscianska: The History of Sexuality in Socialist and Post-Socialist Poland: In Search of an Alternative Narrative

26. September 2016

Anna Machczewicz: Between the lines. Prisoners` writings as a mirror of everyday reality and strategies of surviving in a cell of a Stalinist prison

03. Oktober
Tag der Deutschen Einheit: kein Kolloquium

10. Oktober
Volha Bartash: Survival as a daily routine: Roma in the German-occupied Belarusian-Lithuanian border region, 1941-1944

17. Oktober
Aaron Law: A Europe to die for: Polish Prometheism, anti-Russian institutions, and ideas for the liberation of East-Central Europe

24. Oktober
Joachim von Puttkamer: The Politics of Violence in Late Socialist Poland

31. Oktober
Reformationstag: kein Kolloquium

07. November 2016

Agáta Šústová Drelová: National Culture and the Catholic Church in Late Socialist Slovakia

14. November 2016

Petr Roubal: Planning Prague 1968 - 1989: Expert knowledge and late-socialist governance

21. November 2016

The 48th Annual ASEEES Convention Washington: kein Kolloquium

28. November 2016

Plenum discussion: Volume Fogu, Claudio, Kansteiner, Wulf, and Presner, Todd (eds.), Probing the Ethics of Holocaust Culture (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2016

5. Dezember 2016

Jochen Boehler/Immo Rebitschek: The Waffen-SS. A European History

12. Dezember 2016

Michal Kopeček: From Scientific Social Management to Neoliberal Governmentality. Czechoslovak Sociology and Social Research between Authoritarianism and Liberal Democracy 1970s-1990s

9. Januar 2017

Immo Rebitschek: 'Fortune did not favour me'. Pavlo Skoropads'kyj and the aftermath of the empire (1873-1945)

16. Januar 2017

Angelique Leszczawski-Schwerk: Women in the Trenches: Between Heroisation and Oblivion. First World War and ist Afthermath in Galicia

23. Januar 2017

Agnieszka Nieradko: The Rabbinical Commission for Jewish Graves in Poland: Work, Challenges and Problems

30. Januar 2017

Raphael Utz: Speaking about the Shoah: Terminology and the Problem of Perspective (Book Presentation "Sites of the Shoah in Poland") 

6. Februar 2017

Petra Gümplová: Rights to natural resources and human rights: An east central European perspective

13. Februar 2017

Maciej Górny: The enemy of my enemy is my future enemy. Loyalties on the Eastern Front, 1916-17

20. Februar 2017

Kate Brown: A Manual for Disaster: Chernobyl and Surviving the Anthropocene

27. Februar 2017

David Feest:  A Question of Trust. The Baltic German Banker Klaus Scheel and the Estonian Republic, 1918-1939

6. März 2017

Caroline Mezger: Forging Germans: Youth as Agents of German Nation-Building in Southeastern Europe, 1918-1944

13. März 2017

Łukasz Mieszkowski: I sowed dragons and I cropped lice. Civilisation, sanitary and epidemiological crisis in Poland 1918-1921

20. März 2017

Pavel Kolář: Post-Stalinism: Ideology and Utopia of an Epoch (Book Presentation)