The recent developments following the attempted coup-d’état in Turkey have given rise to many concerns and worries with regard to the fundamental freedom of research and academic teaching, and the personal situation of Langscape members working at the country’s universities. On behalf of Langscape, we express our solidarity with all our friends and colleagues in Turkey. The Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin has released an address of solidarity that we fully support and would like to endorse by sharing it with the Langscape community.
Furthermore, the European University Association has expressed its opposition to the massive state-interference at Turkish universities that lead to a clampdown on deans and the curtailing of the freedom to travel for researchers and students.
Langscape subscribes to the EUA’s call to “support democracy in Turkey, including institutional autonomy and academic freedom for scholars and students”.
On behalf of the Langscape Board,
Stephan Breidbach and Lutz Küster
Dear LANGSCAPE members,
We look forward to welcome many of you here in Berlin. The following post is meant to make your visit to Humboldt-University easier and to keep those members informed who will not be able to come to Berlin.
Please find attached:
- the schedule of the symposium
- the abstracts of the keynote lectures
- the abstracts of the panelist sessions
- the schedule of the doctoral seminar
- the abstracts of the doctoral seminar
You can find these documents also online on the symposium website.
The registration desk will open in room 2249a of the main building/Hauptgebäude in “Campus Mitte” on 8th July / 9:00am.
A € 15.00 (students € 7.50) contribution to refreshments will be collected at the registration desk. Unfortunately, credit card payments cannot be accepted. Thank you for your understanding.
Please do not hesitate to contact me with any further questions at email@example.com.
Kind regards on behalf of the entire coordination-team,