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Bukovina Institute at the University of Augsburg e.V.
The Bukovina Institute at the University of Augsburg is an affiliated institute of the University of Augsburg and is dedicated to researching and communicating knowledge about the culture and history of the historical region of Bukovina as well as about Eastern, East Central and Southeastern Europe.
Digital Forum Central and Eastern Europe
The Digital Forum Central and Eastern Europe e. V. (DiFMOE) has been dedicated to researching and digitally indexing historical sources from Eastern Europe and operates a digital, freely accessible online library for their publication.
Digital Library of the Digital Forum Central and Eastern Europe
The Digital Forum Central and Eastern Europe e.V. (DiFMOE) has been operating a digital, freely accessible specialized library with historical documents on Eastern Europe since 2008. In the middle of 2023, its holdings of periodicals included 254 titles, encompassing newspapers, magazines and annual...
Europe in miniature?
Buko...? - what was it again? Bukovina is not a familiar name to you? Don't worry, because the permanent exhibition of the Bukovina Institute at the university will introduce you to this diverse and fascinating yet little-known region. Learn more about the history of this historic cultural landscape...
Inclusion?! Dealing with Disability in History and Today in Germany and Ukraine
What do we mean when we talk about "disability"? What does inclusion mean and how can it be put into living practice? And how did people deal with it in the past? Young students from Ukraine and Germany discussed these and other questions in this project of the Bukovina Institute, contributing their...
Jewish German Bukovina 1918+
"Jewish-German Bukovina 1918+" is a digitization project of the Digital Forum Central and Eastern Europe and offers free access to historical and contemporary documents from Bukovina or related to Bukovina. The time period ranges from the end of the First World War to the present.
The project “Paper Bridges” at the Institute for German Culture and History in South-East Europe (IKGS) involved the treatment and conservation of six shelf-meters of original periodicals to ensure their permanent preservation. These German newspapers from Romania form bridges between past and...
Protection of cultural assets and cultural heritage in Bukovina Languages, Denominations and Cultures - City and Countryside in Interaction
The project aims at digitally recording the former archbishop's residence of the Orthodox Metropolitan of Bukovina and Dalmatia, today's main building complex of the Yuri Fedkovych University of Chernivtsi (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the equipment of the Museum of the University of Chernivtsi...
Surveying the ghettos Grodno - Chernivtsi - Chișinău
Together with civil society multipliers, historians and IT experts, students from Ukraine, Belarus and the Republic of Moldova are conducting several workshops and micro-projects on the history of the ghettos of Grodno, Chernivtsi and Chișinău.
The National Language of the Jews or a Jewish Language?
Is there such a thing as a Jewish national language and if so, what is it? Yiddish, Hebrew or both? The research project, which is being developed in cooperation with the Bukovina Institute, is dedicated to the question of the Jewish language and brings together a number of research discourses.
The Sounds of Bukovina
A region with many voices: The cultural diversity of Bukovina is particularly evident in its little-known music and singing culture – past and present. Twelve musical contributions provide an insight into the musical history of a multifaceted landscape on the northeastern edge of the Carpathians.
Intercultural project | Film project
Vergessener Holocaust in Transnistrien? (“Forgotten Holocaust in Transnistria?”)
Decades after Rosa Zuckermann lost almost her entire family in the “forgotten Holocaust” in Transnistria, her son Felix Zuckermann sets off on a journey – along the stations she passed when she was deported. It is a journey into the past that, together with an international group of students,...
“Media Beyond Frontiers”
Transnistria and the Ukrainian-Moldavian border region have always been part of different empires over the centuries. The political border divides the region, but the issues that move the people there connect them: labour migration, the minority situation, languages and identities, everyday life on...