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New publication: "Gottesdienst und Macht. Klerikalismus in der Liturgie"

Under the title "Gottesdienst und Macht. Klerikalismus in der Liturgie" (Worship and Power: Clericalism in the Liturgy), a new publication has been published, with Professor Julia Knop as editor and Professor Benedikt Kranemann - both from the…

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"Mit Schwert und Degen": Gotha Research Library invites you to a digital exhibition

From 22 September, the digital exhibition "Mit Schwert und Degen" (With Sword and Sword) at the Gotha Research Library of the University of Erfurt will focus on duels in historical fencing books. Curated by Dr Daniel Gehrt, it invites visitors to get…

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Save the Date: "Gotha Library Talks" to be continued

The "Gotha Library Talks" series of the Gotha Research Library of the University of Erfurt will be continued online on 10 November 2021 with the presentation "Ovid in the 14th century - an illustrated magnificent manuscript of the Visconti" by…

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Save the Date: Gotha Research Centre lecture programme

In the winter semester 2021/22, the lecture programme of the Gotha Research Centre at the University of Erfurt will again include both classroom and online events.

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New blog provides insights into the Perthes Collection

As part of the project "Cartographies of Africa and Asia (1800-1945). A Digitisation Project for the Perthes Collection Gotha", the blog "Mapping Africa and Asia" has been launched.

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New publication: "Spätmoderne in der Krise – Was leistet die Gesellschaftstheorie?"

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.

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Young female scientists at the University of Erfurt receive support in the Rowena Morse Mentoring Programme

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

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New publication on reading in the Anthropocene

Reading is much more than just a leisure activity. Reading means interpreting texts and interpreting the world as well as changing this world - this is how the volume "Diffractive Reading", now edited by Professor Kai Merten, works it out for the…

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