News of the Max-Weber-Kolleg

New publication: The limits of universal rule

The field of "comparative imperiology", i.e. the comparative study of empires, is both relatively old and very new. It was inaugurated by S.N. Eisenstadt in a pioneering study published almost 60 years ago (1963). In the 21. century, however, it has…

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University of Erfurt start-up ideas competition: Apply now!

The University of Erfurt's Start-up Ideas Competition 2021 started this week. Students (from the University of Applied Sciences and the University of Erfurt), employees and graduates can apply with their ideas in the categories "General start-up…

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Call for application: PhD Position (m/f/d)

Max-Weber-Kolleg - at the Collaborative Research Centre (SFB) Transregio 294 “The Structural Transformation of Property”

Pay category E 13 TV-L (65 %)

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Call for application: Scientific employee

Max-Weber-Kolleg – in the scope of the DFG-Kollegforschungsgruppe „Religion and Urbanity: Reciprocal Formations“

Pay category 13 TV-L (100 %)

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University of Erfurt awards internationalisation prize again

The internationalisation of teaching, research and administration is a task that all universities must face today. However, this is not a process that runs on its own, but requires committed actors. The University of Erfurt has therefore announced a…

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Religious Fundamentalism and Urbanity in Late Ancient Rome and Alexandria

Lecture in the scope of the series "Religion and Urbanity across space and Time"

only on webex

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"The digital tsunami has turned into a breath of fresh air"

The end of the winter semester is near and with it the examination period at the universities. In the middle of the lockdown – under difficult conditions. While the entire country has gone digital and most universities are still discussing how to…

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Contribution by Benno Werlen selected for publication by the Canadian UNESCO Commission and the Canadian Science Council of the Social Sciences and Humanities

The Canadian UNESCO Commission and the Canadian Science Council of the Social Sciences and Humanities have released a new publication entitled "Imagining the Future Knowledge Mobilization. Perspectives from UNESCO Chairs". It brings together selected…

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