Term Programme Summer 2024

Summer Term 2024

All interested parties are very welcome to attend our events! 

The winter programme of the Gotha Research Centre and the programme of the seminar “Intellectual History: Research Seminar on Early Modern History of Knowledge and Culture” can also be downloaded here.

Registration is requested at: forschungszentrum.gotha@uni-erfurt.de

Lectures and Conferences

Lectures and Conferences

Every semester, the Research Centre invites all those who are interested to attend guest lectures and conferences. Renowned scholars from Germany and abroad give insights into their research or present their current publications. In addition to lectures by early modern historians, topics from the fields of philosophy and political science, from the history of ideas, art, books and botany are also represented. In addition, the Gotha Research Centre organises conferences on relevant research topics in the history of knowledge, bringing together international experts from various disciplines.

The lectures and the conference programme are aimed at members of the University of Erfurt and all other academically interested people.


Programme of the Seminar Intellectual History

Term Programme

The Intellectual History Colloquium is a research seminar on the history of knowledge and culture in the early modern period, aimed primarily at researchers in the qualification phase. It offers lectures by doctoral students and postdocs who are pursuing their projects at the Research Centre – as members of the graduate centre "History of Knowledge in the Modern Era", as fellows in the Herzog Ernst Scholarship programme, as collaborators in third-party funded projects or as visiting scholars. The seminar offers space for discussion, academic exchange and stimulation.

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Kristina Petri, M.A.
Research coordination (areas of responsibility: events, scholarship programme, visiting scholars)
(Gotha Research Centre)
Gotha Research Centre (Gotha, Schloßberg 2) / room 1.06
Office hours
by arrangement