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FINDOS Symposium 2020 - Challenges in digital workflow


10.12.2020 at 9.00 - 11.12.2020 at 12.00
You are cordially invited to FINDOS Symposium 2020!The theme of the symposium is 'Challenges in digital workflow'. Due to the COVID-19 situation, FINDOS Symposium 2020 was postponed until 10-11 December. Registration for the symposium has re-opened, and we welcome all interested participants!Please...

POSTPONED: TIAS Symposium - Enlightenment


23.4.2020 at 12.15 - 16.00
The Enlightenment was a multi-faceted socio-politico-philosophical enterprise that peaked in the 1700s and brought about all kinds of societal and political reforms. Many of its fundamental ideas still flourish and are constitutive of our society. These ideas include but are not limited to freedom...

Relational Turn in the Social Sciences: Causes and Consequences Symposium


15.10.2019 at 11.00 - 17.00
The social sciences are supposed to be about studying social relations and how these relations make up us as beings in the world – and not just as beings who view the world. Yet for the most part the science part of the social sciences has been equated with scientific methods and their underlying...

Minisymposium: The Resilient City in World War II


30.9.2019 at 12.30 - 14.30
The fate of towns and cities stands at the center of the environmental history of World War II. Broad swaths of cityscapes were destroyed by the bombing of targets such as transport hubs, electrical grids, and industrial districts. Across the world urban environments were transformed by the massive...

Medievalism between East and West


26.9.2019 at 9.00 - 27.9.2019 at 16.30
Registration fee 20€Registration at Konsta: for registration is 16 September.Conference schedule:

Remembrance, Trauma Transmission & Experiential Learning


27.5.2019 at 8.00 - 29.5.2019 at 19.00
This interdisciplinary international symposium seeks to bring together a group of scholars, artists, activists, practitioners, experts from memorial sites and museums, and other engaged individuals to reflect on the concealed hatreds, prejudices, and normalized oppressions that are learnt through...