“Triangle of Dialogue: Berlin - Prague - Warsaw”

“Triangle of Dialogue: Berlin-Prague-Warsaw”
organized by the Center for Historical Research Berlin PAS and the German Historical Institute Warsaw

Friday 6 October. 6 pm
Zentrum für Historische Forschung Berlin
der Polnischen Akademie der Wissenschaften
Majakowskiring 47
13156 Berlin

The colloquium will be held in English language!
Endre Sashalmi is a professor of history at the Departement of Medieval and early Modern History at the University of Pécs (Hungary), and is a doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His main fields of academic interest and research are comparisons of Western and Russian political thought and political iconography from the 15th to the 18th century, as well as the issue of state formation in Russia and in early modern Europe.
More about the book:
Informations from the Academic Studies Press: https://newbooksnetwork.com/russian-notions-of-power-and-state-in-a-european-perspective-1462-1725
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Prof. Michael G. Müller studied history and Slavic studies at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main where he received MA (1974) and PhD (1977) in Eastern European history. From 1974 to 1990, he worked as a research assistant at the universities of Frankfurt and Giessen. Until 1992, he was then a research fellow of the German Research Foundation and holder of the Immanuel Kant Habilitation Fellowship, respectively. He subsequently held the professorship of History of East Central Europe at the European University Institute in Florence until 1996.  Since 1996 until his retirement, Michael G. Müller was Professor of Eastern European History at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg. Müller's areas of research include the political and constitutional history of Poland and Russia from the 16th to the 19th centuries, and the history of German-Polish relations, as well as comparative social history of East Central Europe in modern times.
Prof. Miloš Řezník studied history at Prague University, where he received his PhD (1999). Between 1998 and 2001, he worked as a research assistant at the Institute of World History of the Faculty of Philosophy of Charles University. Subsequently he worked as a research assistant at the Humanities Center History and Culture of East Central Europe at the University of Leipzig. 2002-2008 he was a junior professor of European regional history at the TU Chemnitz. In 2009, he became Professor of European Regional History at the TU Chemnitz and 2014 director of the German Historical Institute Warsaw. He is chairman of the Czech section of the German-Czech and German-Slovak Historical Commission.