Max Weber Centre

for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies

Introducing the Max-Weber-Kolleg

The Max Weber Centre for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies (Max-Weber-Kolleg Erfurt) combines the functions of an Institute for Advanced Study and a Graduate School. This means that fellows appointed at the Centre not only pursue research projects that contribute to the core themes of the Centre but also offer guidance to doctoral candidates and to post-doctoral researchers working in similar fields of research. Intensive supervision relationships can therefore develop. Interaction between fellows, doctoral candidates and post-doctoral researchers follows the basic academic principle of research driven by instruction and instruction driven by research.

 

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Under the title "Spätmoderne in der Krise - Was leistet die Gesellschaftstheorie?" (Late Modernity in Crisis - What Does Social Theory Achieve?) a new book by Hartmut Rosa and Andreas Reckwitz will be published by Suhrkamp/Insel in October.

The Thuringia-wide Rowena Morse Mentoring Programme (RMMP) enters its fourth round in November with 21 new mentees.

In the "Jena Declaration on Cultural Sustainability", numerous signatories call for a cultural approach to sustainability policy. The declaration is implemented in the three programme lines art, education and civil society, which are coordinated in a…

The University of Erfurt will become a member of the ORCID Germany Consortium on 1 September.