Tag der GSGG/Geisteswissenschaftliche Einblicke

Thursday, 24th October 2019

From 4.00 pm

Alte Mensa, Adam-von Trott-Saal

The twelfth “Tag der GSGG“ will begin with the “Geisteswissenschaftliche Einblicke“, which gauges a wide range of research within the Humanities across various disciplines and periods through short presentations and poster presentations by doctoral candidates.

At the ensuing evening event, the “Christian-Gottlob-Heyne-Preis“ for the best dissertation in the Humanities of the past academic year will be awarded; as always, there will be a subsequent small reception.

Felix Bohr (Medieval and Modern History), Miriam Müller (Medieval and Modern History) and Stanislau Paulau (Church History) are nominated for the prize. Please find detailed information on the nominees and their dissertations here.