• The sanatorium’s interieur in Trzebiechów (Poland)

    Antje Neumann, Brigitte Reuter (ed.); henry van de velde in polen/w polsce. die innenarchitektur im sanatorium trebschen/architektura wnetrz w sanatorium trzebiechów. bi-lingual illustrated book with photographs by Roland Dressler. 118 p., hardcover, SHenry van de Velde photos:Representation of the German-Speaking Community of Belgium (GC) Presentation of the bi-lingual (german/polish) illus... COM_RSEVENTSPRO_READ_MORE...
  • A town set between yesterday and tomorrow " Panel-Discussion and Slide-Show

    Chernivtsy – historical view With: Mariana Hausleitner (historian, Munich), Peter Rychlo (german specialist, journalist and translator, Chernovtsy/Vienna), Tina Veihelmann (journalist, Berlin) | chaired by: Helmut Böttiger (journalist, Berlin) 4.30 pm While some are involved in examining the mythical image of the Habsburgian Chernivtsy, others try to depict the current condition of ... COM_RSEVENTSPRO_READ_MORE...
  • Challenges of the Exploration and Exploitation of Resources in East Central Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries

    Das Herder Institut in Marburg A joint conference of the Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe - Institute of the Leibniz Association (Marburg), the Collegium Carolinum (München) and the Centre for Environmental History (Tallinn). With the establishment of statistics, national economy, geography and their neighbouring disciplines, from the 19th century on the explo... COM_RSEVENTSPRO_READ_MORE...
    18.04.2013 - 19.04.2013
  • We discuss cultures of opposition and samizdat with different researchers and explore our samizdat collections.

    Das Herder Institut in Marburg Samizdat and cultures of opposition are not only a past phenomenon, but also a very present research and collection issue. For oppositional movements in East Central Europe independent underground publishing was more than a way to overcome the state’s monopoly of information. The samizdat formed a broad forum for oppositional debate, both negotiating strategy and... COM_RSEVENTSPRO_READ_MORE...
  • The Jan Nowak-Jeziorański College of Eastern Europe in Wrocław and The German Culture Forum for Eastern Europe in Potsdam would like to kindly invite students from Ukraine, Germany and Poland to participate. Candidates from Germany and Poland are required

    Sign up The Jan Nowak-Jeziorański College of Eastern Europe in Wrocław and The German Culture Forum for Eastern Europe in Potsdam would like to kindly invite students and multiplier from Ukraine, Germany and Poland to participate in the III. edition of the Bohdan Osadchuk Polish-German-Ukrainian School in Breslau/Wrocław. This year the School starts on 27th of November and ends on 3rd of ... COM_RSEVENTSPRO_READ_MORE...
    27.11.2016 - 03.12.2016
    Wojnowice & Breslau
  • Exhibition opening: Students from Bauhaus-University Weimar explore Bauhaus architecture in Brno

    »Neues Bauen« (the modern movement) became a symbol of progress in the newly constituted states after the First World War, such as in Czechoslovakia. The new architecture allowed to overcome the Habsburgian baroque heritage. As the second largest city in Czechoslovakia and as industrial location, Brno played an important role, manifested in so many new buildings that it was also called »white... COM_RSEVENTSPRO_READ_MORE...