Prof. Dr Stephan Kessler (Greifswald): Defining the Baltic Sea Area

The idea for this lecture comes from the practical work in the International Research Training Group “Baltic Peripeties” and the IFZO project FragTrans, whose research is particularly concerned with the Baltic Sea region, its delimitation and coherence. Often, however, researchers have to critically question their ideas about this space. Research on urban geography and the formation of metropolises that have no direct contact with the Baltic Sea, for instance, frequently raises questions about the legitimacy of the label ‘Baltic’.

Organisation
Verena Liu, Arne Segelke, Alexander Waszynski

Programme (PDF)

The lecture will take place as a hybrid event. If you want to follow the lecture online via Zoom, please contact us at baltic-peripetiesuni-greifswaldde.

Contact
IRTG „Baltic Peripeties – Narratives of Reformations, Revolutions and Catastrophes“
Institut für Deutsche Philologie
Rubenowstraße 3, 17489 Greifswald
baltic-peripetiesuni-greifswaldde
https://peripeties.uni-greifswald.de

Organisator

  • Joint Program: Interdisciplinary Centre for Baltic Sea Region Research (IFZO); DFG International Research Training Group Baltic Peripeties – Narratives of Reformations, Revolutions and Catastrophes; MA Program History and Culture of the Baltic Sea Region

Veranstaltungsort

  • Hörsaal, Anbau, Rubenowstraße 2 B
    Rubenowstraße 2 B
    17489 Greifswald

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