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Welcome to the Faculty of Humanities
25th Jubilee in January 2019

Hosting six different institutes, the Faculty of Humanities is the biggest and most diverse faculty at TU Chemnitz. Traditional courses of study like English, German, Political Science and European History are combined with modern subjects such as Media Studies, Intercultural Communication and European Studies.

The Faculty of Humanities offers:
  • engaging fields of study,
  • excellent conditions for students,
  • personal support and assistance,
  • lively and innovational research and publication activities,
  • motivated exchange across disciplines,
  • and extensive Ph.D. progammes.

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The Faculty`s 25th Jubilee Celebration

The Faculty of Humanities was founded in 1994. This year, the faculty will celebrate it´s 25th Jubilee together with all current and former students, lecturers and employees. The institutes will present themselves throughout different events in a preceding festival week. A jubilee ceremony will be hosted on 24 January 2019.

  

Events in the next days

  • Thursday, 30.01.2020 Lesung aus den Werken Hölderlins (Lecture)

    • Philosophische Fakultät, Professur Neuere Deutsche und Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft
    • Time: 18:00 to 20:00 Location: tankstelle projektraum, Zwickauer Straße 214, Chemnitz Language: Deutsch
    • Speaker: Prof. Dr. Bernadette Malinowski und PD Dr. Christoph Grube
    • Info: E-Mail tankstelle.projektraum@gmx.de
    • "ein zeichen sind wir, deutungslos - eine collage" - eine Lesung zur Finissage der Ausstellung von Markus Dulk "Hölderlin lesen".
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  • Wednesday, 05.02.2020 Afrika und Europa: Schicksalsbeziehung im 21. Jahrhundert (Lecture)

    • Philosophische Fakultät, Professur Internationale Politik & Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung
    • Time: 19:00 to 21:00 Location: Neue Sächsische Galerie im TIETZ, 1. Etage, Moritzstr. 20, 09111 Chemnitz Language: Deutsch
    • Speaker: Dr. Christiane Kraus, Bundesentwicklungsministerium & Prof. Dr. Robert Kappel, Universität Leipzig
    • Info: jakob.kullik@...
    • Die Entwicklungen in Afrika betreffen Europa direkt. Wie können beide Kontinente die großen Herausforderungen Wirtschaftswachstum, Klimawandel, Sicherheit und Flüchtlinge gemeinsam lösen? Welche Rolle kommt dabei Deutschland zu?
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