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We have exciting news to share: In cooperation with the Leibniz-ScienceCampus Europe and America we are launching a new prize for the best master's thesis in Area Studies.
On top of prize money, the winners will also have the chance to publish their work with the ScienceCampus. And there will be a nice certificate to go on your wall, too!
The prize is open for all students who completed their law, teaching, or master's degree at the University of Regensburg between summer semester 2019 and summer semester 2020.
The call for applications is available here (in German).
The Regensburg European American Forum (REAF), in cooperation with the Center for International and Transnational Area Studies (CITAS), is honored to invite the UR community to explore our growing collection of “Transnational Perspectives on the Pandemic.”
The ongoing project presents videos by international scholars who speak about their take on COVID-19. To view the first contributions from the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Israel, and the United States, please visit the project on GRIPS (Sprach/Lit/Kult > Anglistik/Amerikanistik > Regensburg European American Forum > Transnational Perspectives on the Pandemic)
The CITAS Research Network KNOW IN: Knowledge Infrastructures held a kick off event in late August. Find out more about the discussions and the network here.
CITAS Dialog 2020: Fear and Loathing? The US Presidential Elections in the Eyes of the World
The US Presidential Election in Ukrainian Eyes: Nepotism, Corruption and Celebrity Presidents
A panel discussion with Natalia Gumenyuk (Kyiv), Orysia Lutsevych (London) und Sergej Sumlenny (Kyiv). Chaired by Cindy Wittke (Regensburg)
In cooperation with Evangelisches Bildungswerk Regensburg and the Leibniz ScienceCampusEuropa und Amerika in der modernen Welt
We were delighted to have the chance to exchange views with the panellists and the chair Cindy Wittke. Read more about the event here.
Our next events will take place in Winter Semester 2020/21. We will keep you updated on our plans.
The next CITAS Lecture Series (Ringvorlesung) will begin on 2 November 2020. Titled "Special Relations Revisited: Europa und die USA seit dem 19. Jahrhundert", a working programme is available here.
The lecture series for 2019/20 is now over, but we look forward to seeing staff, students and the general public in the winter semester of 2020/21.
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