Deutsch Intensiv-Kurs F4 2024

Veranstaltungsort: n.n. (AAU und JGH)

Deutsch Intensivkurs für Teilnehmer/innen ab 17 Jahren, verschiedene Niveaustufen: Einstufungstest am ersten Kurstag; kommunikativer Sprachunterricht24 UE (à 45 Min.) pro Woche


Palimpsest PE 48: eine verborgene Legende auf antikem Pergament

Veranstaltungsort: Z.2.10

Die Ausstellung widmet sich dem ältesten Objekt der Universitätsbibliothek Klagenfurt. Es sind dreizehn Pergamentstreifen aus dem sechsten Jahrhundert. Sie sind zweifach beschrieben und damit ein Palimpsest und enthalten u. a. die älteste Heiligenlegende in österreichischen Bibliotheken. Besuchen Sie die Ausstellung rund um das Palimpsest PE 48 im Zeitschriften-Lesesaal der UBK auf Ebene 2.

From the „educational turn“ to decolonization: cultural journalism in Russia after 2012

Veranstaltungsort: Online (Online)

On February 24, 2022, Russian troops entered Ukraine. Many Russian cultural media condemned the military aggression, publishing similar statements on their websites and social media about the incompatibility of culture with violence and war. However, the tightening of censorship and criminalization of public denunciation of the war and criticism of Putin's regime have brought about changes in cultural journalism as well. Those media that continued to write about the war (Colta.ru, Syg.ma, Discours.io) were blocked in Russia. Others, willing to continue their reflection on actual topics, have mastered the "Aesopian language" and the art of historical analogies, seemingly forgotten since Soviet times (Kommersant-Weekend, Gorky.media). The war also exposed the colonial nature of the Russian political system, which led to the creation of new oppositional cultural media by researchers and journalists who had left Russia, adopting the discourses of postcolonial studies and decolonial theory. All these processes, however, will become clearer against the background of a broader panorama of transformations of cultural journalism in the context of Vladimir Putin's 3rd and 4th presidential terms, including its politicization in the early 2010s and the "educational turn" that followed the conservative turn in Kremlin politics and the instrumentalization of cultural canons by the regime. This lecture will discuss these transformations and the political aspects of Russian cultural journalism.

Public Policy Horizons and Phenomenology of Motivated Possibility

Veranstaltungsort: N.1.71 (Nordtrakt) (AAU Klagenfurt)

Broadly construed, anticipation can be understood as a mode of futural orientation; it is a given set of norms that presents possibilities, which bears on the present with some degree of certainty and calls for some response. In this talk, I will explore how public policy anticipations are co-constitutive of individuals’ experiential outlooks on their futures-linking together different kinds of anticipation across lived experience and political structures. Rarely are these two perspectives integrated in practical terms, despite the fact that affective attunement is key to the meaningful translation of policy-particularly in addressing inequalities. I will especially address the under-appreciated phenomenological concept of ‘motivated possibility’ to articulate these links.Der Vortrag findet auf Englisch statt. / Predavanje bo v angleščini. / The talk will be in English.Alle sind herzlich eingeladen! / Prisrčno vabimo! / All welcome!