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Adalbert Stifter Verein e.V. (Adalbert Stifter Association)
The Adalbert Stifter Association cultivates and promotes German-Czech dialogue. It keeps the German-Bohemian cultural heritage alive and contributes to a better knowledge of the common culture and its European contexts.
Current research on...
The workshop series run by the Herder Institute presents current research trends and topics of historical research on East Central Europe.
Scientific infrastructure facility | Research institute
Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe
The Marburg Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe - Institute of the Leibniz Association (HI) is one of the central non-university infrastructure and research institutions for historical research on East Central Europe in Germany.
Journal of East Central European Studies
The bilingual Journal of East Central European Studies (ZfO), published by an international editorial board at the Herder Institute, is one of the most renowned specialist organs for historical research on East Central Europe. It is published quarterly in open access and features scholarly articles...
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Online databases of the Transylvanian Museum
The Transylvanian Museum is gradually making its collections digitally available via its own homepage and other online databases. It also offers digital information and educational services via its YouTube channel and Facebook page.
Research Fellowship of the Northeast Institute
The Northeast Institute awards research fellowships, each of which is placed under a thematic umbrella.
Research grants of the IKGS
Are you conducting research on the culture and history of South Eastern and Central Europe? A research grant enables you to spend a research stay at the Institute for German Culture and History in South-Eastern Europe (IKGS) with access to its specialized library and archives.
series of lectures
Cross-border research: Literature and culture of the Czech lands are still characterized by the coexistence of different linguistic cultures. This calls for a comparative, transcultural approach. The lecture series brings Germanists, Bohemians and cultural scientists from the Czech Republic, Austria...