Ukrainians studying at our university and faculty are currently in an extremely difficult situation. University Management, together with the faculties, has decided that we will do everything possible to support these students. We would like to draw your attention to the following immediate measu...

Congratulations to Christina-Maria Wiesner! A graduate student in the Master’s programme of Archaeology, she has received the student prize of the German Society for Pre- and Protohistory (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, DGUF) for her Master’s thesis. The study award honours special achievements by students and thus aims to promote young academics. 

Welcome to the Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Theology! Winter term 2021/22 officially starts on 18 October, and planning is underway. Regardless of whether you are an “Ersti” beginning your studies or already in a higher semester: The individual programmes, institutes and service institutions of the faculty are here to support you.

Just like the previous, the upcoming summer term will be affected by the pandemic. The focus in the lecture period from 12 April to 16 July will be on online teaching. But the faculty and the individual programmes will be offering support to all students. Students who are starting a master’s prog...

A warm welcome to Prof. Dr. Maria Rentetzi, the new chair for 'Science, Technology and Gender Studies' since 1 January 2021. She has been trained as physicists and as historian of science and technology. Her research focus is a highly interdisciplinary field at the intersection of science and technology studies, history of science, diplomatic history, political sciences, and international affairs.

Dr. Krisztina Kovács of the Hungarian Szeged University is spending the winter term teaching and researching at the Institut für Grundschulforschung. Her stay is being funded by the DAAD’s programme for funding foreign guest lecturers (Förderung ausländischer Gastdozenten zu Lehrtätigkeiten an deutschen Hochschulen), which Dr. Günter Renner of the institute has successfully applied for.