DFG-Graduiertenkolleg
an der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

GRK 2041/2

is creating a new foundation for interdisciplinary and international research into the reception of Romanticism in Europe and across the Atlantic. Specifically, we account for the visibility of the terms ‘Romanticism’ and ‘Romantic’ as well as the remarkable persistence of the ideas and practices associated with them by assuming that ‘model creation processes’ have taken place since the foundation of early Romanticism in Jena around 1800. These processes continue to enable the productive adoption of Romantic modes of interpreting phenomena, creating art, reflecting on the self and experiencing the world. Using current model theories, we are shedding new light on the reception and ‘model effect’ of Romanticism in various cultural and national contexts, and at the interfaces between different social and epistemic areas. Among other things, these model theories provide a methodological framework for innovatively linking research in the humanities and social sciences. The Research Training Group includes researchers from various philologies (German, Romance-languages, English, American, Slavic and comparative studies), musicology, theology, history of science, sociology, art history, history and computational linguistics.

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Blog | 27. May 2024

Reformation und Romantik. Erkundungen eines vielfältigen Verhältnisses

Graduiertenworkshop vom 27. bis 28.5.2024 in Kooperation mit der Stiftung LEUCOREA an der MLU Halle-Wittenberg, organisiert von Matthis Glatzel und…

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Nächste Termine

Thu 02
May 2024
14:00

Seminarraum
Wed 15
May 2024
9:00

Seminarraum
Mon 27 - Tue 28
May 2024

Veranstaltung

„Reformation und Romantik. Erkundungen eines vielfältigen Verhältnisses“

Graduiertenworkshop in Kooperation mit der Stiftung LEUCOREA an der MLU Halle-Wittenberg, organisiert von Matthis Glatzel und Dr. Karl Tetzlaff

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