17.06. bis 17.07.2014 in Frankfurt (Oder), Deutschland

The First Annual Summer School of Interdisciplinary Polish and German Studies Borders, Cultures and Identities

Link zu diesem Eintrag: https://www.pol-int.org/de/node/571

The Center for Interdisciplinary Polish Studies invites you to join us in our first annual Summer School of Interdisciplinary Polish and German Studies. This year, we have the honor to welcome over 20 advanced students and over 20 scholars from the best universities around the world here, in Frankfurt Oder and Słubice. The theme of this summer school is “Borders, Cultures and Identities.”

Public Events of Interest:

June 17. 10 Years of Eastern Expansion: Dagmara Jajeśniak-Quast (Frankfurt/Oder), Günter Verheugen (Frankfurt/Oder), Democratization and the EU, PG 257 (Stephansaal), 4pm

June 18. ZIP Forschungskolloquium, Title to be announced, PG 257(Stephansaal), 5pm

June 19. Jakub Beneš (Birmingham), Rural violence in the Czech lands at the end of the Habsburg Monarchy: The ‘Green Cadres’ in 1918 and after,PG 257 (Stephansaal), 4pm

June 19. Klaus Richter (Birmingham), “Persons of questionable savoir faire?” The foreign services of the East Central European states after the First World War,PG 257 (Stephansaal), 5pm

June 24. 10 Years of Eastern Expansion: Dagmara Jajeśniak-Quast (Frankfurt/Oder), Günter Verheugen (Frankfurt/Oder), Instruments of the EU to Liberalize and Democratize within and without New Member States , PG 257 (Stephansaal), 4pm

June 24. Jan Gebert (Prague) and Ondřej Klípa (Prague), Screening of: Hra o kámen (with English Subtitles), Verbündungshaus Fforst (Forststraße 4), 8pm

June 25. Ondřej Klípa, Kaj džas, Romale? The Fate of Roma in Central Europe after 1989, CP 26, 2pm

June 26. Academic Workshop. From Stalinism to Coca-Cola: Stalinism and Socialism/Work and Free Time, Sarah Cramsey (Berkeley), Andreas Ludwig, (Potsdam), Nadège Ragaru (Paris),Ondřej Klípa (Prague), AM 104, 5pm

July 2. Paul Zalewski (Frankfurt/Oder), Reshaping Frankfurt’s City Center during Late State Socialism and Modern Challenges of Revitalization, CP 19, 5pm

July 8. 10 Years of Eastern Expansion: Dagmara Jajeśniak-Quast (Frankfurt/Oder), Günter Verheugen (Frankfurt/Oder), Poland, A Poster Child of the Process of Transformation and EU Eastern Expansion? PG 257 (Stephansaal), 4pm

July 8. Mikołaj Kunicki (Oxford), Screening of Marek Piwowski Documentary Films, Verbündungshaus Fforst (Forststraße 4), 8pm

July 9. ZIP Forschungskolloquium: Mikołaj Kunicki (Oxford), National Communist cinema in Gomułka’s Poland, PG 257 (Stephansaal), 5pm

July 10. Academic Workshop. From Stalinism to Coca-Cola: Family and Sexuality/Consumer Revolutions, Małgorzata Fidelis (Chicago), Vilius Ivanauskas (Vilnius), Mark Keck-Szajbel (Frankfurt/Oder),Jill Massino (Charlotte), AM 104, 5pm

July 15. Andrew Kornbluth (Berkeley), To Renew or to Restore? The Shortcomings of Justice in a Reordered Europe, 1945-1960, PG 257 (Stephansaal), dd5pm

July 15. Mark Keck-Szajbel (Frankfurt/Oder), Screening of: Krzyżacy (with English Subtitles), Verbündungshaus Fforst (Forststraße 4), 8pm

July 16. Jan Musekamp (Frankfurt/Oder), Crossing borders in interwar Poland. Imperial infrastructures in post-imperial times,HG 162, 6pm

July 17. Academic Workshop. From Stalinism to Coca-Cola: The West and Imperialism/Revolt and Collapse, Jill Massino (Charlotte), Cristofer Scarboro (Wilkes-Barre), Patryk Wasiak (Wrocław), Andreas Ludwig (Potsdam), AM 104, 5pm

Kontakt

Mark Keck-Szajbel
Europa-Universität Viadrina Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Polenstudien Alte Post Logenstr. 9-10 D-15230 Frankfurt (Oder)