ICES Research Colloquium Frühjahrsemester 2022

The colloquium is intended to provide an opportunity for all ICES members to present research projects, whether planned, in progress or completed. The program for this semester is almost complete. If you are interested in presenting your research, please send an email to

Thursdays, 17.15 – 18.45 h

Date Presenter Title  
24.03. Dr. Samantha Litty (Historical Sociolinguistics) Visibilizing the daily life of speakers: A study of historical multilingualism in the German-Danish border region (in RIGA 601) zum Termin
07.04. Dr. James Lovejoy (Socio-economic History) Origins of Europe: heterogeneity in models of early urbanization. Or why everyone should know a little Ukrainian pre-history (online) zum Termin
05.05. Dr. Isabel Hilpert (Soziologie) Die Etablierung einer europäischen Grenzpolizei: Das Grenzregime in der Dynamik der Europäische Integration (online) zum Termin
19.05. Prof. Dr. Uwe Pütter (Empirische Europaforschung) Can the European Union master major cross-sectoral policy challenges? Coordinating climate change, Covid-19, digitalization and migration policies within the EU executive (co-authored with Chiara Terranova and Widya Puspitasari) zum Termin
02.06. Monika Verbalyte (Sociology) Role of Emotions in Societal and Political Polarization (hybrid; online und in RIG 601) zum Termin
16.06. Anna Ragotzky (Sociology) The transnational experience and transnational habitus: Habitual consequences of teacher students’ virtual, hybrid, or physical Erasmus+ mobility. zum Termin

Whether the presentations will take place in Riga 601 or online has not yet been decided for all sessions or may change depending on the pandemic situation. In any case, it will be announced in due time before these events. The Webex-Link for the online sessions is: (Password: ices).