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Opening Hours During the Lecture-free Period

During the lecture-free period (from 12 February to 30 March 2024), some services at the University of Erfurt will have different opening hours. We ask for your attention.

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"Weltoffenes Thüringen" – University of Erfurt is part of it!

The University of Erfurt supports the "Weltoffenes Thüringen" initiative. The Senate voted in favour of this at its February meeting.

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Job Advertisement: Research Assistant at the Chair of Global History / Research Group Voluntariness

The Research Group "Voluntariness" at the History Department of Erfurt University is offering a position as research assistant (65% TV-L 13) at the chair of Global History in the subproject "Freiwilligkeit, Dekolonisation, Geschlecht: Frauenbewegung…

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Symposium at the End

The research group "Cultural Techniques of Collecting" at the University of Erfurt will conclude its work of the past years with a symposium on 10/11 November. The symposium is open to the public and is entitled "Collecting in, collecting up,…

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Lecture series in the winter semester 2023/24: New insights into the research of the Centre for Transcultural Studies

With the start of the winter semester 2023/24, the Centre for Transcultural Studies continues its two lecture series "Tuesday Talks" (Tuesdays, 6–8pm) and "Mappings" (Thursdays, 2–4pm), offering numerous insights into ongoing research.

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Weltbeziehungen?!

In the presence of Thuringia's Minister of Infrastructure Susanna Karawanskij, Minister of Finance Heike Taubert and State Secretary for Science Carsten Feller as well as other guests from science, politics, business and society, the University of…

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Clear the Stage for Science!

The hall was full, the audience in high spirits and of course thirsty for knowledge, because for the seventh time this evening it was: "Science on stage". The University of Erfurt had invited to the "Erfurt Science Slam" – this time not, as usual, in…

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"We are deeply saddened by the senseless loss of life"

On the occasion of the current attacks by Hamas on Israel, Professor Walter Rosenthal, President of the German Rectors' Conference (HRK), has now expressed his sympathy on behalf of the German universities in a letter to the representatives of the…

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