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Masterclass with Nishani Frazier (Kansas) | Digital Humanities in the Modern World

|   Doctoral Program

The ScienceCampus together with CITAS and REAF is delighted to invite all members of the UR and IOS communities to join a lunchtime masterclass exploring the practices, aesthetics and ethics of digital humanities. Nishani Frazier, Professor of History and American Studies at Kansas and visiting fellow in Regensburg, will draw on her broad experience in this field.

13 July 2022, 12:15-13:45, SG.214 (CITAS@UR)

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Gastvortrag | Margarete Klein (Berlin) Russland: Krieg gegen die Ukraine und Konflikt mit dem Westen

|   Module 1: Transatlantic Politics

Im Rahmen der Vorlesung von PD Dr. Gerlinde Groitl vom Lehrstuhl für Internationale Politik und transatlantische Beziehungen an der UR und Mitkoordinatorin des Campus-Forschungsmoduls "Transatlantische politische Transformationen", finden zwei vom Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus geförderte Gastvorträge mit Expert*innen der DSWP - Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik statt. Sie sind recht herzlich zu beiden Vorträgen eingeladen.

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Guest Lecture | Gabriele Schwab (UC Irvine) Transspecies Selves

|   Lecture

On 11 July, 14:15 in H10 at UR, Gabriele Schwab - Distinguished Professor at the University of California, Irvine, with appointments in the departments of Comparative Literature, Anthropology, English and European Languages and Studies, will give a guest lecture on Transspecies Selves as part of the seminar of Leibniz ScienceCampus, UR and REAF Visiting Professor Claudia Sadowski-Smith. The event is open to all.

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Research Colloquium | Richard Butterwick-Pawlikowski (London) Poland-Lithuania in the Age of the Atlantic Revolution

ScienceCampus visiting fellow Richard Butterwick-Pawlikowski will present his research on Poland-Lithuania in the Age of the Atlantic Revolution on 7 July at 14:15 in Room 017 at IOS/Graduate School (Altes Finanzamt) as part of the research colloquium.

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Lecture Series | Ger Duijzings (Regensburg) - Between Europeanisation and waste colonialism: Dirty dumping at the periphery of Europe

On 4 July, 18:15 in H19, Ger Duijzings (professor of social anthropology specializing in Southeastern Europe at UR) will discuss transnational waste chains and informal practices of collecting, recycling and incineration of waste in the context of "Europeanisation" and relations between apparent centres and peripheries of the continent.

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