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In the coming months, the University of Passau organizes a series of 10-minute lunchtime lectures on silence. Most contributions come from law and sociology, but other disciplines are also represented.

My own contribution on 30 November addresses Niklas Luhmann’s theoretical exploration of silence from the perspective of systems theory and its implications for sociological (and historical) research.

All lectures (in German) can be attended on zoom as well as offline.

[Edit (Feb. 22, 2023): the lectures are now available online on this website.]

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