Workshop CFP: Social Technologies and Global Knowledge Economies, 1750-1850 4th to 6th April 2019, Lichtenberg-Kolleg, Göttingen Conveners: Rachel Koroloff, Laura Nicolì, Joanna Wharton and Dominik Hünniger The remarkable density of connections that […]
Goethes Leben ist so reich dokumentiert, sein Leben so vielschichtig, dass er leicht von allen möglichen Meinungsmachern vereinnahmt werden konnte. Für die Goethe-Gesellschaft etwa, 1885 in Weimar gegründet, war er schon vor […]
Workshop: Liberalism and its Critics. National Identities and Institutions in Transition • 31st January to 1st February 2019
Liberalism and its Critics. National Identities and Institutions in Transition. Photography and Visual German-Jewish History, 1910-1950 31st January to 1st February 2019 Across the European continent, liberal institutions have come under increasing […]
The team and the fellows of the Lichtenberg-Kolleg wish you happy holidays and a great start of the new year 2019!
The Lichtenberg-Kolleg, the Göttingen Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences, invites applications for Early Career FellowshipsOpening its doors in 1737 Göttingen quickly established itself as one of Europe’s […]
“Something else too abominable to be nam’d”. David Hume and Greek love Emilio Mazza ‘Greek love’ today is a Wiki entry: ‘“Greek love” refers to various (mostly homoerotic) practices as part of […]
Exhibiting entangled histories Reflections from Oceania Museum collections are increasingly understood, not as masses of artefacts, art works or specimens, but as assemblages made up of relations as well as objects, and […]