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Joint project on globalisation processes in Eastern Europe to be continued

The Leibniz Science Campus "Eastern Europe - Global Area" (EEGA), initiated by the IfL and the University of Leipzig, will be funded for another four years. The Leibniz Association is providing around 800,000 euros for…

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Photo exhibition on the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the city of Leipzig

From 19 May to 26 June, the exhibition "Bilder einer Stadt im Wandel – Leipzig 1946 und heute" (Images of a City in Transition: Leipzig 1946 and Today) is on show in the Lower Foyer of the New City Hall. 75 years after…

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Dates and events

Photo exhibition "Images of a City in Transition - Leipzig 1946 and Today"

On the occasion of the end of the war 75 years ago, the IfL shows historical Leipzig photographs in…

PUTSPACE Summer Symposium

The event planned for the beginning of June in Minsk (Belarus) has been postponed until February…

Globalising Eastern Europe – New Perspectives on Transregional Entanglements

British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies (BASEES) Regional Conference in…

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IfL in brief

How do we deal with our colonial past?

In the anthology "Koloniale Spuren in den Archiven der Leibniz-Gemeinschaft" (Colonial Traces in the Archives of the Leibniz Association), experts from eleven archives of institutions of the Leibniz Association address the topic of "colonialism" from very different perspectives.

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Covid-19: online survey on public transport

We are interested in your opinion: How is the corona crisis changing mobility? We cordially invite you to take part in our online survey within the joint European research project "Public Transport as Public Space in European Cities".

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Restricted operation at IfL due to the Corona crisis

Measures to reduce the risk of infection with the corona virus SARS-CoV-2 are applicable until 29 May.

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