News of the University of Erfurt

Focus on the "threshold period" around 1700: Gotha Research Library and Research Centre intensify their cooperation

The Gotha Research Library and the Gotha Research Centre of the University of Erfurt have decided to move even closer together in the future, beyond their already close cooperation, and to pursue a coordinated third-party funding strategy in several…

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Opening hours of the service facilities over the holidays

During the lecture-free period from 21 December 2020 to 03 January 2021 and in the first week of lectures from 04 to 10 January 2021, the opening hours of various service facilities of the University of Erfurt and the student services office will be…

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Changeover of the email inboxes for students and teachers - first milestone

The first milestone has been reached in the complete conversion of the email service for students and lecturers at the University of Erfurt by the summer semester 2021.

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Extension BigBlueButton: Access for external users

The installation of BigBlueButton for Moodle E-Learning at the University of Erfurt has been completely renewed and is now implemented as a cluster. Due to the dynamic distribution to currently four cluster nodes, significantly more meetings can now…

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Admission to doctoral studies - now online via Docata 2.0

In future, applications for admission to the doctoral or examination procedure at the University of Erfurt will be submitted exclusively via "Docata - the web portal for doctoral students at the University of Erfurt". An online assistant guides you…

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Invitation to the online conference on postcolonial religious studies

What might postcolonial religious studies look like? This question is explored in the international online conference "From Universalism to Ethnopathos - Religious Knowledge in the Colonial Encounter between India and Germany", organized by Dr.…

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New publication on the Protestant Church between co-determination and self-determination

A new publication by René Smolarski, research assistant at the Department of History at the University of Erfurt, which has just been published by Mohr Siebeck, deals with the ambivalence of the Protestant Church in questions of employee…

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International Graduate School (IGS) to be funded for a further four and a half years

In a second funding period, the German Research Foundation (DFG) and the Austrian Research Fund will provide a total of around 4.1 million euros to support the International Graduate School (IGS) "Resonant Self–World Relations in Ancient and Modern…

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