Conspiratorial flats were important places for the state security, which were indispensable for the implementation and maintenance of surveillance practices in the GDR. In the city of Erfurt alone there were around 500 such flats. The research project "Meeting Places of the MfS and Places of Dissidence in Erfurt" examines their genesis, selection and progress from an urban perspective. Marian Herzog and Isabelle Lamperti, student assistants in the project, will present the research project and initial results on 10 December. Afterwards, the participants will have the opportunity to discuss further questions, perspectives and limits in the further processing of the research topic.
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