What are the lectures about?
The lectures examine a current topic of interest through the lens of the natural sciences, culture, economics and society. In the winter semester 2016/17, the Studium Generale focused on the topics of “migration” and “creating and recognising patterns”. Experts from various fields provided insights into the current state of research.
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What is the Studium Generale?
The free Studium Generale Ringvorlesungen (lecture series) connect the natural sciences, the social sciences and the humanities. They are in German, easy to understand and open to all students, the public as well as pupils.
The Studium Generale lectures take place on Mondays in the winter semester between 18:15 and 19:45 in the University of Konstanz’s Auditorium Maximum (Room A600).
Concept: Günter Franke, Louise Haitz, Jannik Held, Paul Leiderer, Bernhard Schink, Clemens Wischermann
Please support the Studium Generale!
We would like to continue to offer a free high-quality series of events. Please consider supporting us by making a donation.
Recipient: Universität Konstanz
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Bank: BW-Bank Konstanz
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In the winter semester of 2014/2015, the Studium Generale examined “Die Entstehung des Neuen“ (the origins of the new). Unexpected, sudden events often disrupt long periods of stability. In most cases, these developments provide the catalyst for something new, which also greatly affects the course of history. Learn more about this in our review.