Mittwoch, 19. Januar 2022

07:00 - 07:00

Geschichte am Mittwoch

William O’Reilly (Cambridge)

Nostalgia and Hope in Early Modern Migration

Moderation: Stephan Steiner

Institut für Geschichte
Universitätsring 1, 1010 Wien
16:15 - 17:45 (?)

Decent Work and GVC-based Industrialization

Decent Work and GVC-based industrialization in Ethiopia?

Presentation of the EthApparel Project.

Institut für Internationale Entwicklung
17:00 - 18:30


Numismatic Representations of Kingship after the Ides of March

Liv YARROW (City University of New York)

Forum Antike
18:15 - 20:00


Current Cultural Politics in Hungary, Poland and Romania


Tomasz Załuski (Łódź/Poland)

Not Quite There Yet. Cultural Policy, Official State Art, and Reaction Against Soft Authoritarianism in Contemporary Poland

Moderation: Sebastian Egenhofer

Univ.-Prof. Magdalena Nieslony, Professur für Globale Gegenwartskunst
Online Event
18:30 - 20:00

Ringvorlesung Turkologie Wintersemester 2021/22

Turkey and Southeast Europe in the Interwar Period

As the title “Turkey and Southeast Europe in the interwar period” suggests, the series will concentrate on the late Ottoman and early post-Ottoman/Republican periods and bring together scholars that work on different aspects of that era of radical ruptures and new foundations. Related memory culture and history-writing in many cases still fundamentally disagree. The historical distance of a whole century however invites new or overarching approaches. The series thus aims at a fresh and interconnected understanding of the emerging post-Ottoman world in the large context of the defining Treaty of Lausanne (1923).


06.10.2021-26.01.2022, Mittwochs 18:30-20:00 Uhr, Online-Vorträge


Meeting-ID: 987 7521 2598

Kenncode: 466314

Institut für Orientalistik