Lecture Series WiSe 2023/24

Die Lecture Series bietet jeden Donnerstag die Möglichkeit einen spannenden Vortrag über aktuelle geographische Themen mitzuerleben. Gastdozenten sprechen über ihre Forschungsschwerpunkte und im Anschluss wird in der Diskussion über interessante Punkte debattiert und Fragen beantwortet.
Every Thursday, the Lecture Series offers the opportunity to attend an exciting lecture on current geographic topics. Guest lecturers talk about their main research topics and afterwards the discussion offers the possibility to debate interesting points and answer questions.

Donnerstags 16 Uhr c.t., Senats-Saal Nat.-Fak. /
Thursdays 16 c.t., Senats-Saal Nat.-Fak.


DateSpeaker/ TitleModeration
Dr. Casey R. Lynch (University of Twente): “Feminist Geographies of Artificial Intelligence”Jun.-Prof. Dr. V. Brinks
Prof. Dr. Frank Lehmkuhl (RWTH Aachen): „Fluvial morphodynamics and sediment contamination: reports on ongoing studies about the July 2021 flood event of the rivers Ahr, Inde and Erft“Prof. Dr. A. Vött
Prof. Dr. Chris Lukinbeal (University of Arizona): ”The Racial
Sonoran Landscapes of Hombre and Westerns as
Topographical Events“
Prof. Dr. V. Cummings
Prof. Dr. Antje Bruns (Trier University): "In the Anthropocene: Politics for sustainability transformations"Prof. Dr. V. Cummings
Prof. Dr. Nils Moosdorf (ZMT Bremen): “Groundwater-ocean interactions in the earth system”Jun.-Prof. R. Reinecke
Dr. Florian Pfeil (Fridjof-Nansen-Akademie für politische Bildung): „Geography of Migration: Eritrea and the causes of flight”Prof. Dr. V. Wilhelmi
HEUTE: Digital auf MS Teams
Prof. Dr. Henrik Krehenwinkel (University of Trier): “From
DNA to ecosystems- the promise of metabarcoding
biological archives for biodiversity monitoring"
Dr. S. Scherer
Dr. Jochen Laub (University of Kaiserslautern-Landau): „Sustainability and Responsibility in Geography Education“Prof. Dr. V. Cummings
PD Dr. Ursula Brosseder (LEIZA Mainz): “Effects of horse speed on ancient pastoral societies in Mongolia (2000-0 BCE)”Prof. Dr. J. Esper
Dr. Maxime Rageot (University of Tübingen): “Biomolecular
analysis of Egyptian embalming practices”
Prof. Dr. S. Fiedler