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The Erasmus Mundus Association presents new website For all those interested in networking and seeking more career and study opportunities, the Erasmus Mundus Association has recently launched a new, user-friendly website. The EMA is the official representative group for Erasmus Mundus students and Alumni association. This student-driven organisation consists
This past year, the Global and European Studies Institute has joined the rest of the world in taking our lectures, seminars, and events online. Having recently organized several large-scale virtual events and sessions, such as our EMGS Winter School and Alumni Conference, we thought we’d share some reflections on
EMGS Students’ Working Group on Intersectionality The increased visibility of feminist struggles within and in relation to social movements all over the world has resulted in the resurgence of specific forms of feminist internationalisms. Since 2016, feminist movements in different locations have called for a general women*’s[1] strike on the 8th
by Clau Tatangelo (she/they) In this EMGS Blog, Global Studies student Clau Tatangelo reflects on the use of images and emphatic regimes emerging from media reports, which constitute political subject „The Refugee“ as instances of broader discourses around war, democracy, human rights, and humanitarianism on national, regional and global
At the Global and European Studies Institute the call for a new Tenure Track Professorship is just open. We are looking forward to applications of scholars with a research profile on transregional linkages of different world regions from a historical as well as contemporary perspective in connection with at
We’re excited to announce the release of our new promotional video, Together Apart: 4th European Master in Global Studies Alumni Conference, created with the support of Twosyde Media GmbH in Leipzig! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suY8uYXI1Ao The video provides a brief overview of our recent alumni conference, „Resilience in the Face of Global
With its interdisciplinary approach, RUC allowed me to understand more about the wide academic field that is out there. I took a break from studying after my bachelor’s degree to work for a few years, so when returning for my master’s, I was unsure what exactly would be the