Professor Busch had to cancel his lecture on Wednesday 6th November. Therefore, there is no colloquium this week.
We are delighted to warmly welcome our newly arrived fellows: Francesa Antonini, Amandine Barb, Bill Bell, Justin Broackes, Caroline de Lima e Silva, Philip Gorski, Shiru Lim, Lars Magnusson, Martina Mampieri, Dirk […]
The Fellow colloquium takes place Wednesdays, 4.15-5.45 p.m. (unless otherwise noted) in the Green Hall of the Historic Observatory. Guest are very welcome. 23rd October 2019 Fellows: Short introduction to their individual […]
Workshop: Intersections of Earth Sciences and Theology in the Long Eighteenth Century • 11th to 13 July 2019
Venue: Historic Observatory/Historische Sternwarte Geismar Landstraße 11 Organized by Hanna Roman, Volkswagen‐Mellon Fellow in Residence & Lichtenberg‐Kolleg Programme Thursday, 11 July Arrival of conference participants 16:30 Meeting point at the Eden Hotel […]
Workshop: Between Civic Virtue and Civil War: Global Genealogies Second Part: Between Civil War and Revolution • 23rd & 24th May 2019
Lichtenberg-Kolleg, Georg-August-Universität/ Department of Politics, University of York Rethinking Civil Society: History, Theory, Critique RL-2016-044, Leverhulme Trust Research Leadership Award https://rethinkingcivilsociety.org/ First Part: Civic Virtue to Civil War (20-21 May) Second Part: […]
Between Civic Virtue and Civil War: Global Genealogies First Part: Civic Virtue to Civil War • 20th to 21st May 2019
Lichtenberg-Kolleg, Georg-August-University Department of Politics, University of York Rethinking Civil Society: History, Theory, Critique RL-2016-044, Leverhulme Trust Research Leadership Award https://rethinkingcivilsociety.org/ Monday 20 May/Tuesday 21 May 2019 Venue: Historic Observatory/Historische Sternwarte Geismar […]
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!