EEGA Colloquium

The Colloquium is for researchers, affiliates, students and interested guests involved in the fields of Global, Transregional and Eastern European Studies, and all neighboring disciplines. The Colloquium serves as a hub and melting pot for research in Leipzig – Halle – Jena, crossing borders and strengthening the network between the various academic and research institutions in the region. Here, researchers from EEGA’s partners, EEGA’s own Research Areas and holders of the EEGA Fellowship enjoy the limelight of an expert forum to present and discuss activities, projects, strategies and plans.

The Colloquium incorporates events at EEGA’s partner institutions, thus offering a stage with a broader audience and building up momentum for development and outreach within an overarching framework. The Colloquium takes place once or twice every month.

Register with an email to leibniz-eega@leibniz-ifl.de with the title of the event, your name, institution and your email address. For some events, registration with the host institution is required. The Colloquium will take place online. Upon registration you will receive a link with access information.


Programme Winter Term 2021/22

Please find here the programme folder.

For up-to-date information on the individual events and registration links, please see the following overview:

 

26.10., 6.00-7.30 pm (CET)

Book presentation: Yaman Kouli (Düsseldorf) & Uwe Müller (Leipzig): The middle income trap in Central and Eastern Europe – emergence and ways out

We will share more information about the event and registration shortly.

(cooperation with Fraunhofer IMW)


27.10., 6.15-7.45 pm (CET)

Dominik Gutmeyr-Schnur (Graz): Camera Caucasica: Netzwerke fotografischer Praktiken im transimperialen Kaukasus (in German)

A conference call via WebEx will be offered. External participants are requested to register by 10 a.m. on the day of the lecture at the latest (martin.rohde@geschichte.uni-halle.de) and will receive the access data by e-mail.

(cooperation with Aleksander Brückner Center for Polish Studies)


03.11., 7.00-8.30 pm (CET)

Jan Zofka (Leipzig): Sozialistische Industrialisierung transnational. Technologietransfer zwischen Osteuropa und China in den 1950er Jahren (in German)

Venue: Leipzig University, Seminar building, room 413 or participation via ZOOM: https://uni-leipzig.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5MscOCpqDgrEtBy5o-j5P4u9O9K6iBTByCl

(cooperation with Leipzig University)


09.11., 11:30 am (CET)

Markus Nesselrodt (Frankfurt/Oder): Lunchtalk: Dem Holocaust entkommen. Polnische Juden in der Sowjetunion 1939-1946 (in German)

Currently, the event is planned in presence. Regarding the Corona hygiene regulations, please note the current announcements on www.dubnow.de.

(cooperation with Leibniz Institute for Jewish History and Culture – Simon Dubnow)


11.11., 2.00-3.30 pm (CET)

Anna Hajdu (Halle): Imprints of an insecure institutional environment on perceptions of social responsibility of large farms in Romania

We will share more information about the event and registration shortly.

(cooperation with Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO))


18.11., 3.00-5.00 pm (CET) – Leibniz Institute for the History and Culture of Eastern Europe (GWZO), Leipzig, Germany

Katja Castryck-Naumann (Leipzig) & Immanuel Harisch (Vienna): Round Table Discussion: Navigating Eastern Europe’s Transregional Histories

A cooperation of the Leibniz ScienceCampus “Eastern Europe – Global Area” (EEGA), the Leibniz Institute for the History and Culture of Eastern Europe (GWZO), and De Gruyter publishers, Berlin.

For more information and registration, see our event calendar.

(EEGA Special Event)


24.11., 6.15-7.45 pm (CET)

Ariko Kato (Nagoya): Aesthetics and Orientalismin Color Photographs by Nazi Germans in Occupied Poland and Ukraine

A conference call via WebEx will be offered. External participants are requested to register by 10 a.m. on the day of the lecture at the latest (martin.rohde@geschichte.uni-halle.de) and will receive the access data by e-mail.

(cooperation with Aleksander Brückner Center for Polish Studies)


07.12., 3.30-5.00 pm (CET)

Agnieszka Pasieka (Vienna): Claiming the Heritage: Solidarity Movement, Far-Right Youth and Illiberal Socialism in Contemporary Poland

Venue: Melanchthonianum, Lecture Hall XV, Universitätsplatz 8-9, 06108 Halle.

Dates in presence are subject to change. Please note Facebook and the website for this and the online dates: www.polenstudien.de  (Ringvorlesung)

(cooperation with Aleksander Brückner Center for Polish Studies)


08.12., 6.15-7.45 pm (CET)

Maria Rohde (Göttingen): Die polnische Anthropologie in Kontexten von „Fremdherrschaft“, Nationalstaat und Sozialismus: Kontinuitäten und Brüch (in German)

The lecture will take place in the meeting room of the Institute of History (1.06.0) in Emil-Abderhalden-Straße 26-27, Halle/(Saale). A conference call via WebEx will be offered. External participants are requested to register by 10 a.m. on the day of the lecture at the latest (martin.rohde@geschichte.uni-halle.de) and will receive the access data by e-mail.

(cooperation with Aleksander Brückner Center for Polish Studies)


12.01.2022, 7.00-8.30 pm (CET)

Hans-Christian Petersen (Oldenburg): Russlanddeutsche zwischen „Volksgruppen“-Paradigma und transnationaler/globaler Migration (in German)

Venue: Leipzig University, Seminar building, room 413 or participation via ZOOM: https://uni-leipzig.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5MscOCpqDgrEtBy5o-j5P4u9O9K6iBTByCl

(cooperation with Leipzig University)


19.01.2022, 7.00-8.30 pm (CET)

Elisa Satjukow (Leipzig): Leipzig und der Anfang vom Ende einer Geschichte Osteuropas (in German)

Venue: Leipzig University, Seminar building, room 413 or participation via ZOOM: https://uni-leipzig.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5MscOCpqDgrEtBy5o-j5P4u9O9K6iBTByCl

(cooperation with Leipzig University)


25.01.2022, 3.30-5.00 pm (CET)

Iwona Dadej (Berlin): Frauenbewegung in Polen um 1900: lokal, transimperial und transnational (in German)

Venue: Melanchthonianum, Lecture Hall XV, Universitätsplatz 8-9, 06108 Halle.

Dates in presence are subject to change. Please note Facebook and the website for this and the online dates: www.polenstudien.de  (Ringvorlesung)

(cooperation with Aleksander Brückner Center for Polish Studies)


26.01.2022, 7.00-8.30 pm (CET)

Tomislava A. Kosić, MA (Zurich): Emotionsgeschichte jugoslawischer Arbeiterinnen und Arbeiter in der Schweiz (1960-heute) (Junge DGO) 1990

Venue: Leipzig University, Seminar building, room 413 or participation via ZOOM: https://uni-leipzig.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5MscOCpqDgrEtBy5o-j5P4u9O9K6iBTByCl

(cooperation with Leipzig University)


27.01.2022, 2.00-3.30 pm (CET)

Book presentation: Stefan Keym (Leipzig) & Anna Fortunova (Leipzig): Eastern European Emigrants and the Internationalisation of 20th-Century Music Concepts.

We will share more information about the event and registration shortly.

(EEGA Special Event)


02.02.2022, 7.00-8.30 pm (CET)

Abigail Jacobson (Jerusalem): Citizenship and Loyalty in Times of War: the Ottomanization Movement in Palestine durig World War I

Participation via ZOOM. Please register here: https://uni-leipzig.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5MscOCpqDgrEtBy5o-j5P4u9O9K6iBTByCl

(cooperation with Leipzig University)


08.02.2022, 3.30-5.00 pm (CET)

Piotr Filipkowski (Berlin) & Paulina Gulińska-Jurgiel (Halle): Historisierung der polnischen Transformation 1989: Multiple Zugänge (in German)

Venue: Melanchthonianum, Lecture Hall XV, Universitätsplatz 8-9, 06108 Halle.

Dates in presence are subject to change. Please note Facebook and the website for this and the online dates: www.polenstudien.de  (Ringvorlesung)

(cooperation with Aleksander Brückner Center for Polish Studies)


09.02.2022, 6.15-7.45 pm (CET)

Julia Malitska (Stockholm): “…There is No Salvation Outside Our Church”: All-Russian Vegetarian Congress and the Making of the Vegetarian Movement in the Early 20th-century Russian Empire

A conference call via WebEx will be offered. External participants are requested to register by 10 a.m. on the day of the lecture at the latest (martin.rohde@geschichte.uni-halle.de) and will receive the access data by e-mail.

(cooperation with Aleksander Brückner Center for Polish Studies)


24.02.2022, 2.00-3.30 pm (CET)

Bettina Bruns (Leipzig): Local patriotism for national sovereignty? (Para)military security productions in Poland

We will share more information about the event and registration shortly.

(EEGA Special Event)