ICES Research Colloquium in Autumn Semester 21/22

Date: Thursdays, 17.15 - 18.45 h

Date Presenter Affiliation Title of the presentation


Tobias Nickl

PhD candidate, Seminar für Soziologie

Freedom of movement for severely disabled people in Europe:  How citizens’ rights challenge the European social model (more info).


Tobias Nanz & Hedwig Wagner

Post-Doc + Prof. Europäische Medienwissenschaften

Europe: a Space of communication. A project presentation.


Katarina Stratena

PhD candidate, Seminar für Soziologie

    The "flexible solidarity" concept in the Slovak political discourse on the EU's migration and asylum policy. Between Enlightenment and Counter-Enlightenment grounds of solidarity


Lars Schmeink

Post-Doc, Seminar für Amerikanistik/ ICES

"Popular Imaginaries of the Digital as Science Communication"


Monika Verbalyte, Stefan Wallaschek & Monika Eigmüller

Post-Doc, Seminar für Soziologie/ ICES

Analyzing value conflicts in European countries: Insights from the ValCon research project (more info)


Michelle Witen

Junior Professor of English and Irish Literature

From Britain to Ireland to Europe: Bram Stoker's Dracula and the Victorian Periodical (more info)


Ulrich Glassmann

Professor of Comparative Institutional Analysis

"How do authoritarian capitalist regimes deal with educational inequality?" (in RIGA 601)


Craig Willis

PhD candidate, Seminar für Soziologie / ECMI

Minority language media: stigma, acceptance, linguistic capital?

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