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Course Schedule Summer Term 2024

Required Courses


25.04., 16:15 (!), 319
The Restless Generation: Soviet Retirees and the Meanings of Active Old Age, 1950s-1970s
Alissa Klots (Pittsburgh)
23.05., 18:15 (!), 319
Yugoslav Albanian Labour Migration as a Microcosm of (In)visible Mobilities
Rory Archer (Graz)
06.06., 14:15, 319
Resurrecting the Jew: Nationalism, Philosemitism, and Poland’s Jewish Revival
Genevieve Zubrzycki (Ann Arbor)
04.07., 14:15, 319
State “Responsibilization” as a Tool of US Foreign Policy in the 21st Century: The Case of Small States
Jan Hornát (Prague)

Annual Graduate Workshop

23.-25.05.24, 319
Change from Below: Mobility, Transformation, and Exchange across Europe

Chapter Workshop

12.07., 09:00, 319

Study Groups

24.04.,10 a.m., tba
Study Group "Representation, Narration"
15.05.,10 a.m., tba
12.06.,10 a.m., tba
17.07.,10 a.m., tba
08.05., 17:15, 326
Study Group "Ethnographic Methods and Research Ethics"

Theory and Methods

18.-19.04., BA.825
Let’s talk. Open Workshop about the Methodological and Theoretical
Challenges in Doing Interdisciplinary Area Studies Research
Anna Steigemann (Regensburg)
13.-14.05., 017
Archival Ethnography
Volha Bartash (Regensburg)
03.06., 10:00, 122
Digital Text Mining in the Humanities: Theoretical Considerations and Hands-On Methods
Roman Birke (Regensburg)
01.07., 09:00, BA.825
When Border Studies Meet Social Sciences and the Humanities
Mélanie Sadozaϊ (Regensburg)

Optional Courses

Transferable Skills

17.07., 14:00-18:00, 017
Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Journals — Insights and Strategies
Katharina Kucher, Sabine Rutar (Regensburg)

Writing Group

Tuedays, 09:00-16:00, SG 214
The group meets each Tuesday, starting on March 12.
Organised by Jana Vinga Martins


27.-31.05., Haus der Begegnung
History in Literature – Literature in Historiography
Mikhail Krutikov (Michigan) und Marek Nekula (Regensburg)


19.04., 16:00, 319/017
03.07., 14:15, tba
Domestic Service in the Soviet Union: Women’s Emancipation and the Gendered Hierarchy of Labor
Alissa Klots (Pittsburgh)

Guest Lecture

10.07., 14:15, VG 131
Leerstellen: Schriftstellerinnen und Übersetzerinnen in Prag und den
böhmischen Ländern zwischen 1890 und 1918
Veronika Jičínská (UJEP Ústí n. L.), Anna-Dorothea Ludewig (Moses Mendelssohn Zentrum für europäisch-jüdische Studien)