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Deutsch Intensiv-Kurs F5 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

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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.

Birchbark letters, acts, inscriptions, and more: Early East Slavic vernacular writing in the context of digital slavistics

Veranstaltungsort: N.0.18 (und ONLINE)

The paper will describe topics including but not limited to digitizing, building and expanding existing linguistic corpora of early East Slavic. The texts other than Church Slavonic-influenced books will be in focus, including private letters and acts on birch bark, parchment, and paper, as well as inscriptions on church walls and different objects.

Automated and Datafied Welfare Futures

Veranstaltungsort: V.1.34

In many countries across the globe, the public sector is expanding its efforts to introduce data-driven and intelligent systems in the administration of core welfare services such as social benefits provision, unemployment services and healthcare. Critical data studies and adjacent fields have raised concerns that datafication as a social and political process mainly caters to commercial and governance interests. The risks of automation in welfare have primarily been discussed as “black-boxing” (i.e. algorithmic assessments of welfare applicants rest widely inaccessible and unexplainable for case workers and citizens alike), as fundamentally problematic practices of profiling and categorizing citizens (which limits their life experience to what is observable and quantifiable, omitting the complexity of their life situations), and in terms of biased and discriminatory outcomes for protected groups in vulnerable life situations.