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2023-01-30

Colloquium: Transregional History | Dr. Eline van Ommen (University of Leeds): Towards a Global History of the Nicaraguan Revolution, 1977-1990

In our upcoming session within the Colloquium: Transregional History we present Dr. Eline van Ommen (University of Leeds). Dr. van Ommen will talk about the international network developed by the Nicaraguan Revolution. ... more

Venue

H51 & Zoom


2023-01-19

International and Interdisciplinary Workshop | Unfree Spaces in the Modern World

19-21 January 2023 in Regensburg and Flossenbürg... more

Venue

19.01.23 - IOS Regensburg, AlFi 319

20.01.23 - Flossenbürg

21.01.23 - UR, H26


2022-12-14

Colloquium: Transregional History | Dr. Emma Kluge (European University Institute): Decolonisation from the Margins: The Limits of Afro-Asian solidarity on West Papuan Activism

Dr. Emma Kluge from the European University Institute will talk about the anti-colonial movement in West-Papua in the 1960s... more

Venue

Online via Zoom and in presence in H51


2022-12-07

Colloquium: Transregional History | Dr. Catherine Lefèvre (European University Institute): “From Détente to Debt: How the Political and Economic Strategies From the West Contributed to the Eastern European Sovereign Debt Crisis (1970-1982)"

Dr. Catherine Lefèvre from the European University Institute will discuss the economic relations between the UK and Eastern Europe during the later Cold War era... more

Venue

Online via Zoom and in presence in H51


2022-11-23

Colloquium: Transregional History | Volha Bartash (Leibniz-Institut für Ost- und Südosteuropaforschung): “Memory Activism and the Commemoration of the Nazi Genocide of Roma in the Baltics"

Dr. Bartash’s talk examines common challenges that Roma communities and memory activists face across the Baltics in their commemoration efforts.... more

Venue

Zoom and in Presence at IOS (Landshuter Str. 4, Room 017)


2022-11-09

Colloquium: Transregional History | Dr. Augusta Dell'Omo (Southern Methodist University): Networking White Supremacy – Understanding the Pro-Apartheid Movement, 1980-1988

In the upcoming instalment within the Colloquium Transregional History, Dr. Augusta Dell'Omo (Southern Methodist University) will talk about the support of South African institution of apartheid by the American far right... more

Venue

Online via Zoom and in H51


2022-11-09

Graduate Masterclass | Jeffrey Olick (Virginia) Collective Memory between Ethics, Regret and Manipulation

Sociologist, historian and memory studies expert Jeffrey Olick will be giving a masterclass for master's students and PhD researchers. Please register with REAF by 3 November... more

Venue

SG.214 (CITAS)


2022-11-09

Graduate Masterclass | Jeffrey Olick (Virginia) Collective Memory between Ethics, Regret and Manipulation

9 November 2022, 14:00-18:00, SG.214 (aka CITAS).... more

Venue

SG.214


2022-11-02

Dr. Natália Schmiedecke (Universität Hamburg) | Cultural Cold War and Third World Solidarity: Tricontinentalism in OSPAAAL Posters (1967-1990)

2. Nov 22, 16:15 via Zoom and in H51... more

Venue

via Zoom and in H51


2022-10-21

MS ISLA Workshop - Beyond the Mediterranean: Islands and Transmediterranity

The CITAS-funded network MS ISLA is hosting an international workshop, with the sessions on 21 October open the interested colleagues... more

Venue

Kaufmannsgewölbe - Hinter dem Grieb 8, Regensburg


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