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Moving to Bayreuth: Is my German level good enough?

By Nicoleta Dvornicov A dream coming true “Wait until you grow up, and you will be able to travel everywhere you want,” my mother used to tell me when I was little, dreaming of faraway places, new languages, different cultures and delicious cuisine. Travelling outside my home country, Moldova, seemed,…

„Time in quarantine can actually be quite enjoyable if you are an academic“

Prof. Dr. Alice Pinheiro-Walla, Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of Bayreuth, is currently spending a research stay in Israel at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Shortly after her arrival, a quarantine was imposed on persons entering Israel from Germany and other countries. She writes to us how she…

From Science in the Train to Hiking at Lake Baikal: Manifold Experiences during the 9th German-Russian Travelling Seminar

During the 9th German-Russian Travelling Seminar, we visited Irkutsk, Listvyanka on Lake Baikal, Novosibirsk, and Moscow. From 30th June to 10th August, we completed a more than 9,000 km round-trip of  Russia. The group consisted of 8 students from Russia and 12 students from Germany, all doing their masters’ or…