The Leipzig Lab launched its “Grenzgänge” lecture series with the aim of discussing issues that cross disciplinary boundaries and initiating interdisciplinary research. From November 2020 until January 2021, fellows from the three working groups will hold online lectures with subsequent discussions. A panel discussion will round off the series.

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“Grenzgänge” is an online series of three lectures and a final discussion highlighting the interdisciplinary topics of the Leipzig Lab. Image: Colourbox

Interdisciplinary Exchange in Lectures and Discussions

At each of the lectures, a fellow from one of the three working groups will present their research in the context of the Leipzig Lab and discuss it with the members of the Leipzig Lab and guests. Besides fostering academic exchange with the fellows, the lecture series will bring the Leipzig Lab to the wider University and create new spaces for further discussions and potential partnerships. The series will conclude with a discussion with representatives of all of the Leipzig Lab’s working groups and other guests on the topic of Körper-Grenzen.

The lectures and discussions will take place online at 7.30pm. Registration is required. Before the event, an email will be sent to the email address you have provided with a link to the online platform.

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