News and events in 2017

What Time was the Mediterranean?

2017/12/06: Diskussionsrunde im Rahmen des Mittelmeerforums
Mittwoch, 6. Dezember, 18-20 Uhr, ZMS, Am Bergbaumuseum 31, Seminarraum 2
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Lecture: Claiming Marseille Métropole 1906/2013

2017/11/20: Vortrag von Marlène de Saussure, Institut für Kunstwissenschaft und Historische Urbanistik
Center for Metropolitan Studies (Berlin) im Haus der Geschichte des Ruhrgebiets
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Lecture: Verflochtene Weltregionen

2017/11/13: Prof. Dr. Marie-Janine Calic, Professorin für Ost- und Südosteuropäische Geschichte an der LMU, wird im Rahmen einer gemeinsamen Veranstaltung des Kolloquiums zur Geschichte Europas und des Mittelmeerraumes und des Zentrums für Mittelmeerstudien (ZMS) der Ruhr-Universität Bochum sprechen über "Verflochtene Weltregionen: Das Beispiel Südosteuropa".
Datum: 13. November 2017, 18-20 Uhr
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2017/09/22: Session: Flight and Migration across the Mediterranean
Panel auf dem 33. Deutschen Orientalistentag, 18.- 22. September 2017, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Verantw. Leiter: Anja Zorob und Caner Tekin
2017/04/06: Programme: 6th Young Researcher’s Workshop
Here you can find the programme for the 6th Young Researcher's Workshop. We invite everybody who is interested to participate in the discussion.
2017/02/06: CfP: 6th Young Researcher’s Workshop
For the sixth time the ZMS plans on bringing young researchers of different disciplines together in a workshop from 19. 04-11-17 until 04-13-17.
2016/09/28: Sir Noel Malcolm (Oxford): Agents of Empire
Mediteranean Forum:
Time: 6-8 pm
Location: GABF 04/711, RUB
2016/01/02: Mediterranean Rivers in Global Perspectives
Conference:
Recent debates on globalization and the spatial turn have increased the interest into the study of transnational regions and human-nature relationships. In this context, the Mediterranean is often regarded as a natural given. However, the global history has also changed and modified the idea of well-defined areas and cultures. Therefore the conference will regard the borders of the Mediterranean as flexible and situate the region within a global context. In order to further develop Mediterranean studies we propose an interdisciplinary and cross-epochal perspective, focusing on Mediterranean rivers and their People.
: 6th Young Researcher’s Workshop
Workshop
For the sixth time the ZMS plans on bringing young researchers of different disciplines together in a workshop.