News of the University of Erfurt

New manual to counteract fake news

Misinformation damages society in many ways and has consequences for public health, the environment and democracy. But correcting misinformation is difficult! To counteract precisely this, 22 researchers - including Philipp Schmid, a psychologist at…

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Workshop "Digital Prosopography: The Case of Natural Law"

The "Research Network for Early Modern Natural Law" (Forschungsstelle für Frühneuzeitliches Naturrecht”), a joint institution of the Max-Weber-Kolleg and the Gotha Research Centre of the University of Erfurt, invites all interested parties to an…

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Protect yourself and others!

Against the background of a renewed increase in the number of people infected with corona, the University of Erfurt once again points out its infection protection concept and the distance and hygiene regulations it contains.

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Save the Date: Data Protection and IT Security Day at the University of Erfurt

Make a note of it: The University of Erfurt invites you to a "Data Protection and IT Security Day" on Wednesday, 25 November. The event will take place in digital format, starting at 9 a.m. and ending around 2.45 p.m.

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Interdisciplinary workshop series: "A somewhat different archaeology of knowledge"

An interdisciplinary workshop series entitled "A somewhat different archaeology of knowledge" will start on Wednesday, October 21 at the University of Erfurt.

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What is freedom today? - Celebration of Luther's "Writing of Freedom"

On the occasion of the publication of Martin Luther's "Freedom Writing" 500 years ago, the Gotha Research Library of the University of Erfurt, which preserves the first edition of this writing as a UNESCO World Document Heritage Site, together with…

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Public lecture series: "Religion and Urbanity in Time and Space"

The collegiate research group "Religion and Urbanity" at the University of Erfurt invites you to a lecture series in the winter semester 2020/21 under the title "Religion and Urbanity in Time and Space". The lectures take place on Tuesdays from 6 to…

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Information on the preparation of digitally supported teaching in the hybrid winter semester

The hybrid winter semester 2020/21 has begun. The Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Prof. Dr. Gerd Mannhaupt, today issued a circular letter to the teaching staff concerning the preparation and implementation of digitally supported teaching:

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