Welcome to the website of the DFG Research Training Group 2227 “Identity and Heritage”. The Research Training Group is a joint institution of the Technische Universität Berlin and the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar and started its work on October 1, 2016.

The Research Training Group offers 12 doctoral students and up to 8 associated students funded by third parties the opportunity to do their doctorate in an outstanding and unique interdisciplinary environment, under the joint supervision of researchers from Berlin and Weimar and supported by important cooperation partners. The subjects involved are architecture, architectural theory, architectural history and urban planning history, fine arts, monument preservation, history of art and architecture, cultural and media history, landscape architecture, sociology of planning and architecture, spatial planning and spatial research, urban planning.

The College guides critical research into constructions of identity and heritage based on buildings, historical sites, and other, mainly material, cultural traditions, and aims to develop a model for interdisciplinary critical heritage research and heritage theory that combines the approach of participatory and democratic heritage interpretation with the fine observation and interpretation of the material nature of objects.

Doctoral positions (3 years) at the research group “Identity and Heritage” in Berlin and Weimar (Deadline: 01 April 2022)

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17.01.2022

Doctoral positions (3 years) at the research group “Identity and Heritage” in Berlin and Weimar

A total of 12 doctoral positions are to be filled at the DFG Research Training Group 2227 "Identity and Heritage" starting from 1.10.2022. The qualification positions (6 at the Technische Universität Berlin and 6 at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar) are part-time (65% working week, pay scale: TV-L 13), fixed term (3 years), and can be filled by applicants in the field of monument preservation, (landscape) architecture, art, cultural and media history, urban and spatial planning, archives and social sciences, or related disciplines.

Further information

Censored? Tagung Weimar
01.11.2021

Conference: CENSORSHIP? CONFLICTED CONCEPTS OF CULTURAL HERITAGE

Mehr als 120 Teilnehmer:innen aus 13 Ländern haben sich für die 5. Jahrestagung des Graduiertenkollegs angemeldet. Trotz der aktuell hohen Infektionszahlen der COVID-19 Pandemie in Thüringen kann die Tagung in Präsenz vom 25.-26. November 2021 in Weimar nach der 2G-Regelung stattfinden und im Livestream verfolgt werden.

Die Konferenz widmet sich Zensurdebatten, die über den Umgang mit kulturellem Erbe geführt werden. Sie fragt nach deren Entstehungskontexten und Historisierungen, ihrer Verbreitung, den beteiligten Akteur:innen wie auch den Argumentations- und Wahrnehmungsmustern, in denen diese Auseinandersetzungen geführt werden

Weitere Informationen zu allen Vorträgen und das Online-Portal für die Anmeldung finden Sie unter:
https://www.identitaet-und-erbe.org/veranstaltungen/censored/
Hörfunk-Interview mit dem Wissenschaftlichen Koordinator Wolfram Höhne