20. Apr 2022, 6.00 pm | Faculty of Philosophy, Religion, Society, and World Relations

Saving the World? Giving and Resisting International Volunteer Assistance in the Twentieth Century

Location
Audimax-Gebäude, Room 0007 and online
Series
"The Politics of Voluntariness / Das Politische der Freiwilligkeit"
Organizer
Department of History and DFG Research Group "Voluntariness"
Speaker(s)
Dr. Agnieszka Sobocinska (King’s College, London)
Event type
Lecture
Audience
public

Lecture by Dr. Agnieszka Sobocinska (King’s College, London) as part of the lecture series "The Politics of Voluntariness / Das Politische der Freiwilligkeit" by the Department of History together with the DFG research group "Voluntariness".

About the series

In a series of seven lectures, "The Political of Voluntariness" will be discussed from different perspectives, including a history of modern vaccination programmes, voluntariness in global and local contexts or intertwined with concepts such as criminalisation or subjugation.

The events will take place on Wednesdays from 6 to 8 p.m. (c.t.) on the campus of the University of Erfurt, in the Audimax building, room 0007. Interested parties are cordially invited to attend on site. In addition, all lectures will also be transmitted digitally via Webex. You can receive a meeting link for this in advance. We kindly ask you to register in good time with the Voluntary Action Research Group: under e-mail: fg.freiwilligkeit@uni-erfurt.de.

wirte email to fg.freiwilligkeit@uni-erfurt.de