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This past week, the fifth cohort of SDAC students had their Spring School. The Spring School is designed as a first step for students to start thinking about their Master’s Thesis project and focusing on “how to craft a research project.” Students took classes such as the "Research Project Crafting...

Each semester, we invite scholars and researchers from various disciplines to present their researches and discuss cutting-edge issues with our students. Our Guest Lecture Series for the Summer Semester 2022 is out! Download the Guest Lecture Series Schedule here.

Are you interested in applying to the elite master's program Standards of Decision-Making Across Cultures? Come and join our online information session on April 29th, 2022! If you would like to join this online event, please email studium-sdac@fau.de to register.  

The 2022/23 application period for the SDAC Elite Master’s Program started! Click Call for Applications 2022 to see the detailed information! All details on how to apply can be found here. Check out our FAQ page for any questions you might have about your qualifications and application requirements...

SDAC is pleased to invite applications for the following positions:   SDAC Teaching and Research Fellow (Wiss. Mitarbeiter*in), mit Fokus auf China (und/oder Taiwan, Hongkong) - Deutsch Version SDAC Teaching and Research Fellow (Wiss. Mitarbeiter*in), China Studies (and...

On January 21st, we successfully held a symposium on "Hard Choices for the Democracy Movement in Myanmar and for the Myanmar Diaspora," which was organized by Dr. Alexander Horstmann (Visiting Professor, SDAC, FAU), and co-hosted by Prof. Marco Bünte (Political Science, FAU) and Prof. Dr. Dominik Mü...

We have another Guest Lecture this week on Wednesday, 02.02.2022! Ulrich Pfister, Professor of Social and Economic History at the University of Münster, will talk about "Cultures of Decision-Making: Narratives, Practices, and Resources." For more details, see the poster below. Please contact ...

For today's Guest Lecture, we welcome Michal Kravel-Tovi, and her topic is "Hard to Tell: Bureaucratic Encounters, Religious Sincerity, and Judicial Decision-Making in Jewish Conversion in Israel." The lecture will take place on Monday, Feb. 1st, 4-6 pm (c.t.). For more details, see the poster...

For this week’s SDAC Guest Lecture Series, we welcome Claudia Lang from the University of Leipzig. She will talk about “Machine Learning to Care: Encoding Mental Health Universalism in Bangalore.” The lecture will take place on Wednesday, Jan. 26th, 6-8 pm (c.t.). For more details, see the pos...