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During the semester, numerous events take place at the University of St.Gallen. In our agenda you can find out about our daily updated programme.

Mo
05.12.
18:15
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19:45
Public lectures

"I don't just play the piano ..." - Female composers in the 19th century

Even though women have played an important role as musicians and composers since antiquity, they have received little attention in music historiography.
Speaker:
Dr. Hans-Georg Hofmann (Basel Symphony Orchestra)
Location:
University of St.Gallen, Room A 23-102
Hauptgebäude
9000 St. Gallen
Di
06.12.
18:15
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19:45
Public lectures

Farewell Lecture: ¡False? Forgeries in the Hispania and a small theory of the ARTeFAKT

During our inaugural and farewell lectures, we welcome or say goodbye to our professors and associate professors.
Speaker:
Location:
University of St.Gallen, Room A 09-010
Audimax / Bibliothek
9000 St. Gallen
Di
06.12.
18:15
-
19:45
Public lectures

CANCELLED: "Cancel Culture!" - "Discrimination!". A history of criticism and censorship

A controversy about the limits of freedom of expression has been raging in Europe and America for years.
Speaker:
Location:
University of St.Gallen, Room A 01-014
Hauptgebäude
9000 St. Gallen
Di
06.12.
18:15
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19:45
Public lectures

ADHD and parent counselling: Between frustration and courage

ADHD in children and adolescents is much more than difficulties with attention and hyperactivity.
Speaker:
Dr. François Gremaud (Psychologist)
Location:
University of St.Gallen, Room A 09-110
Hauptgebäude
9000 St. Gallen
Mi
07.12.
18:15
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19:45
Public lectures

Innovations in logistics and cargo transport in Switzerland

Speaker:
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Stölzle, Leon Zacharias
Location:
University of St.Gallen Room A 09-012 (Audimax)
Dufourstrasse 50B
9010 St. Gallen
Mi
07.12.
18:15
-
19:45
Public lectures

Sankt Gallen Health Forum

Switzerland spends about 12 per cent of its GDP on the health sector and more than 300,000 people are directly employed in it.
Speaker:
Various (see event description)
Location:
SQUARE Room A 11-2091
Guisanstrasse 20
9010 St. Gallen
Mi
07.12.
18:15
-
19:45
Public lectures

Are All Men Created Equal? The history of inequality in the United States

The promise that «all men are created equal» is perhaps the most cited phrase to evidence what makes the United States special.
Speaker:
Prof. Dr. Suzanne Enzerink
Location:
University of St.Gallen, Room A 23-102
Hauptgebäude
9000 St. Gallen
Do
08.12.
18:15
-
19:45
Public lectures

Focal points and basic problems of international politics

At the end of the year, we review the year - and begin with the provisional balance sheet of a war that began in February with tanks and missiles. Interlude or turning point?
Speaker:
Prof. Dr. Christoph Frei, Titular Professor
Location:
University of St.Gallen, Room A 01-012
Hauptgebäude
9000 St. Gallen
Mo
12.12.
18:15
-
19:45
Public lectures

The urban-rural divide: Contrasts and interdependencies

The urban-rural divide is a recurring theme that is often addressed in the context of federal referendums.
Speaker:
Prof. Mathias Schneider
Location:
University of St.Gallen, Room A 01-014
Hauptgebäude
9000 St. Gallen
Mo
12.12.
18:15
-
19:45
Public lectures

"I don't just play the piano ..." - Female composers in the 19th century

Even though women have played an important role as musicians and composers since antiquity, they have received little attention in music historiography.
Speaker:
Dr. Hans-Georg Hofmann (Basel Symphony Orchestra)
Location:
University of St.Gallen, Room A 23-102
Hauptgebäude
9000 St. Gallen
north