24.03.2017

19/20 May: Lecture Series "Global Uncertainties - General Uncertainty – Searching for Information"

Lecture Series on Global Challenges: 19/20, May; 23/24 June, 2017, UniPark Salzburg.

Die Wirtschaft stagniert. Die gesellschaftliche Ungleichheit nimmt zu. Die geographisch ungleiche Entwicklung zeigt sich in immer neuen Mustern. Die erzwungene Migration betrifft Millionen von Menschen. Viele Menschen fühlen sich verunsichert. Klarheiten erodieren. Alternativen sind nicht in Sicht. Das schafft Ungewissheiten und Verunsicherung: Die Orientierungssuche ist nicht einfach, aber möglich ... und vor allem erforderlich.

Die Referennnen und Referenten gehen in Ihren Beiträgen aus unterschiedlichen Perspektiven auf diese brennenden Herausforderungen ein. Die Vorlesungsserie ist Teil der Studienergänzung Global Studies und zählt zu den Wahlpflichtfächern im Masterstudium Geographie - Schwerpunkt Geographies of Uneven Development.

19./20, Mai, 23./24. Juni 2017 UniPark
Universität Salzburg, Erzabt-Klotz-Straße 1

Alle Interessierten sind willkommen!

Programm

 

Beate Wernegger

Studiensekretariat Geographie/Global Studies

FB Geographie & Geologie

5020 Salzburg, Hellbrunnerstr. 34

Tel: +43 662 8044 5217

E-mail to Beate Wernegger

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