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Changed opening hours of the Gotha Research Library on March 9, 2023

Due to an internal event, the Gotha Research Library of the University of Erfurt and the Gotha Perthes Collection in the Perthes Forum will not open until 12 noon on Thursday, March 9. We ask for your attention and understanding.

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Series of articles sheds light on plans for new voting law

Under the working title "Smaller, but better?", a series of articles on the University of Erfurt's research blog "WortMelder" sheds light on the question of how representation would change with the law proposed by the governing parties for a new…

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"careerMe" from May with additional programme line

Here we go again: The "careerMe" mentoring programme will be starting the next round in May 2023. With this programme, the University of Erfurt aims to provide the best possible support for scientists in their career planning and in particular on the…

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Ecclesiastical History Society Book Award for Martin Christ

Dr Martin Christ of the “Religion and Urbanity” research group at Max-Weber-Kolleg of the University of Erfurt has received the 2022 Ecclesiastical History Society Book Award for first monograph. The award was bestowed on Christ’s “Biographies of a…

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What remains after the Holocaust?

People around the world on January 27 commemorate the Holocaust, the mass murder of some six million Jews by the Nazis.

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New publication: Questions and answers on ancient medicine

Kai Brodersen, Professor of Ancient Culture at the University of Erfurt, has presented "Cassius Iatrosophista," a new publication on questions and answers about medicine.

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Publication on new principles of economics

Despite the dynamic development of economics, the way it is taught and how it defines its basic principles have hardly changed since the last century. As a result, economics has been criticised for failing to provide relevant insights into global…

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"Institute for Planetary Health Behaviour" starts its work at the University of Erfurt

Climate change requires far-reaching measures. At the University of Erfurt, the new "Institute for Planetary Health Behavior" (IPB) has now started its work. It focuses research on the cause and possible combatant of climate change: humans and their…

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