HES: First Alumni meeting of the Herzog-Ernst-Grants

This year we look back on 10 years of the Herzog-Ernst-Scholarship-Programme, with about 200 projects funded since 2004. What happened to you since then? Where do you live and work now?  Do you still remember your stay here in Gotha?
We would like to invite you warmly to visit Gotha again, to meet old friends and to strengthen the network of Alumnae: at the first Alumni meeting of the Herzog-Ernst-Grants, on 23rd and 24th October 2013. That’s what we have prepared for you:

Wednesday, 23rd:
4:00 pm: Welcome and big “coffebreak”
6:15 pm: Key lecture: Peter N. Miller talks about: „Antiquitates – historische Hilfswissenschaften – Kulturgeschichte – Material Culture:  A Genealogy.“
8:00 pm: Dinner

Thursday, 24th:
9:00 am: Workshop with Peter N. Miller: He wants to discuss his latest manuscript with you: „An Intellectual History of Material Culture 1600–1900“
Noon: Lunch and networking
2:00 pm: A guided tour through the art collection in the Ducal Museum.

German version of the programme: Einladung_Alumnitreffen_Herzog_Ernst_Stipendien_2013 (pdf, 307 KB)

Please let us know by 9th of September if you will take part. Just send an e-mail to: herzogernst@uni-erfurt.de

Note: Journey and stay are at your own expense. Dinner (excluding drinks), lunch and the tour of the museum are for free. Depending on the number of participants, we might be able to reimburse you for a small part of your expenses.

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