FORTHCOMING EVENTS, October 2022 – February 2023

October 2022

  • 6-9/10 (Online)

Hay Festival (UK) hosts the next Lviv BookForum, which will take place 6–9 October with all events available free to view. Mixing acclaimed Ukrainian writers with world-renowned literary figures, the co-curated programme will share essential stories and facilitate a global conversation around the biggest questions of our time. Part of the UK/Ukraine Season of Culture devised jointly by the British Council and the Ukrainian Institute, the full programme is available now.

  • 6-9/10, Berlin

Das Eröffnungsfestival von „Goethe-Institut im Exil“ findet vom 6. bis 9. Oktober 2022 im Berliner Kunsthaus ACUD statt und beleuchtet die aktuelle Kunstszene der Ukraine. Geboten werden Performances, Konzerte, Lesungen, Diskussionen, Filmvorführungen und Gespräche, unter anderem mit den Autor*innen Serhij Zhadan und Iryna Tsilyk, dem Theatermacher Vlad Troitskyi und dem Fotografen Igor Gaidai.

  • 12/10 (Online)

Virtual Academy on Science Management, 3rd round (international edition). A joint initiative of Netzwerk Wissenschaftsmanagement (NWM Germany) and Professional Network of Education and Science Managers of Ukraine (PNRM Ukraine)

    • Workshop 3 “Science Management in Displaced Universities“  

12.00 – 13.30 (German time zone); 13.00 – 14.30 (Ukrainian time zone)

Speaker: Prof. Inna Semenenko, Head of Department of Economics and Entrepreneurship and Resource Centre for Sustainable Development; Volodymyr Dahl East Ukrainian National University. Moderation: Nataliya Butych (Leibniz University Hannover)/ UKRAINET/DUAG. Registration form

  • 12/10, 6:30pm to 8:00pm, MoMA, Bartos Theater in The Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Education and Research Building at 4 West 54 Street, New York, NY 10019

Art, Resistance, and New Narratives in Response to the War in UkraineIn this evening of presentations and conversations artists, researchers and curators will delve deeply into the artistic responses to the war in Ukraine, looking at the period between the Maidan revolution–which was followed by the annexation of Crimea annexation and the occupation of Donbas in 2014—and the full-scale Russian invasion launched on February 24, 2022. Participants: Svitlana Biedarieva, Ewa Sułek, Lesia Khomenko, Nikita Kadan. Co-moderated by Paulina Pobocha, MoMA Associate Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture and Inga Lāce, MoMA C-MAP Central and Eastern Europe Fellow.

  • 12/10 (Online)

ERC Grants for Top Researchers from Anywhere in the World. This free webinar is directed at post-doctoral researchers and established researchers (PhD plus two years’ experience) of all disciplines and all nationalities. It will take place on Wednesday, October 12th, 2022 at 11:00 AM Eastern / 8:00 AM Pacific / 5:00 PM CEST (convert to your local time zone here). Check out the ERC Classes video playlist.

  • 13-15/ 10, Europewide

Erasmus DaysExhibitions, concerts, contests, seminars, partner networking, open days, distribution of Europass Mobility documents, digital events,… The success of the #ErasmusDays is bottom up: it means that local events are organized by and for citizens. Many countries organize a multitude of actions for the #Erasmusdays.

  • 19-21/10, Regensburg

The 2022 Annual Conference of the German-Ukrainian Historians’ Commission (DUHK)  “Wars in Ukraine in the 20th and 21st Century: Media, Experts, Disinformation

  • 20/10

2nd International Scientific Conference “Ukraine in the world: Germany and Ukraine in the history of Eastern Europe: from Reformation to Enlightenment”, Kyiv, organized by the Department of Foreign Sources on the History of Ukraine, M. S. Hrushevsky Institute of Ukrainian Archeography and Source Studies, National Academy of Sciences Ukraine. Submit your presentation abstract by October 13, 2022

  • 21/10, 20:00, Berlin, Zoo Palast

7th edition of the Obscura Filmfest in Berlin will open with the Ukrainian/ Polish film “Egregor” 

  • 24/10, Berlin (Haus der Deutschen Wirtschaft in Berlin)
  • 25/10, online, 4:00 – 5:30 pm (Berlin)/ 5:00-6:30 pm (Kyiv)

Information Webinar: „PhD in Germany“. This event will be carried in Ukrainian.

  • Video-recording
    This information event is part of the “Back to the Roots”-Lab of the Max Delbrück Center (MDC), supported by the DFG Community Prize as part of the Research in Germany Campaign from the funds of the Federal Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF).
  • 26/10, online

Information Webinar in the UKRAINET #StandWithUkraine series: “PhD in Ukraine”

  • 26/10/online

Webinar: MSCA Staff Exchanges: Insights and Information

Learn about the MSCA Staff Exchanges (MSCA-SE), which promote innovative international, inter-sectoral, and interdisciplinary collaboration in research and innovation through exchanging staff and sharing knowledge and ideas at all stages of the innovation chain. The scheme fosters a shared culture of research and innovation that welcomes and rewards creativity and entrepreneurship and helps turn ideas into innovative products, services or processes. It is open to research, technical, administrative, and managerial staff supporting R&I activities. The 2022 MSCA-SE call (Deadline: 8 March 2023) may be of interest to parties in the academic and the non-academic sector (businesses, SMEs, charities, et cetera) alike, and the participation of non-academic entities is encouraged. Read more about the benefits, eligibility, and more here.

  • 27/10, online

Resilience Day – What we can learn from crises, which takes place in the framework of FH Münster’s project “THEA Ukraine X” (Multiplication Trainings for Higher Education Administrators in Ukraine). The Resilience Day is organised in cooperation with our project partner Sumy State University and with Leibniz University Hannover, who is carrying out our sister project “Management of Internationalisation” for Ukrainian HE managers.

  • 27/10, online

Webinar “The Human Toll of War: Comparative perspectives on migration, resettlement, and emigration of Ukrainians in the 20th and 21st centuries” as part of the seminar series “Historians and the War: Rethinking the Future“. This webinar will be held in Ukrainian and English with simultaneous translation. Speakers:

Regitster: hereThis seminar series is a joint initiative of the Deutsch-Ukrainischen Historikerkommission, the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, the Ukrainian historiographic journal „Ukraina Moderna“, the Abteilung für Geschichte Ost- und Südosteuropas der Ludwig Maximilians-Universität München and the Ukrainian Catholic University Lviv.

  • 27-28/ 10, Bergen & streamed 

Symposium “Ukraine on the way to EU membership: From Association Agreement to candidate status”, organised by the Faculty of Law of the University of Bergen

  • 28/10, online

Open Space: Supporting the Ukrainian higher education and science system in Germany and in UkraineRegister by 25 October

November 2022

  • 9/11, online

Відкритий семінар: ПРОГРАМА ДЛЯ НАВЧАННЯ УКРАЇНСЬКОЇ МОВИ ЯК УСПАДКОВАНОЇ В НІМЕЧЧИНІ: ЧОМУ? ЯКА? ЯК? Organized by Institut für Slawistik und Hungarologie, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin 


February 2023

  • 22-24/02

With the thematic week “War in Ukraine – Scholarly Perspectives “, the Volkswagen Foundation offers an opportunity to reflect on causes and perspectives of the war in Ukraine as well as to discuss consequences for the further development of those scientific disciplines which are scholarly engaged with the post-Soviet space.

Video-recordings of some past events/ relevant YouTube channels: