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Oda Cordes © Anne Jüngling

Dr. iur. Oda Cordes

Lectures, Interviews and Presentations

  • 10th of June, 2017: Mobility in transnational context at the example of a male one and a female biography as an engine of scientific indisciplinarity in foreign culture“,
    Research Center of Music and Gender, College for Music, Theatre and Media Hanover
  • Dr. Oda Cordes about life and work of Agnes von Zahn-Harnack – 22. April 2016:

    Campus radio of the universities of Berlin

  • Greetings Peter Muller-Munk Exhibition 21th November 2015 Pittsburgh U.S.A.

    MEHR

  • 20th November 2015 to the Humboldt University to Berlin lecture: „Foundation history to the German graduate’s alliance (DAB) – his feminist politics – objectives and perspectives.“
  • May 19, 2015, subject: “Do not fear!” – The first years of foundation until 30th years in 20th Century and prospects of Deutscher Akademikerinnenbund”, Deutscher Akademikerinnenbund, Berlin.
  • From Custody Law for Mothers to Common Custody Law.
    History of Custody Law Part 2, Interview Vaeterradio.de, Jan 17, 2013
  • Dec. 4, 2012, lecture with the title, `Marie Munk and the emancipation of women`,
    at the school named, `The Different Grammar School` or ` Das andere Gymnasium`, Neubrandenburg.
  • Nov. 23 – 25, 2012, lecture, “Diversity in scientific enterprise in a historical perspective and the prospects thereof`:
    The situation 100 years ago and in the present, par example, a lady researcher at the conference, “Politics and Scientists – Scientific Policy Studies – Political Science`, Academic Society Thesis, University of Applied Science for Business and Law, Berlin.
  • 18 October, 2012, `From parental violence to community parental custody`, Part 1, interview in Vaeterradio, 18. October, 2012
  • `Out of the Jewish world`, interview July 13, 2012 in Deutschlandradio Kultur with the title “Procedure of Women Rights” – about the Jewish lawyer Margarete Berent, from the journalist Peter Kaiser.
    Link to the radio recording.
  • 26 June, 2012, `History in a another way`,
    lecture about the life and work of Marie Munk, private school Prerow (Darß / Zingst);
  • 23 June, 2012, discussion about new federal bill on care and custody for parents who were unmarried,
    5Th Federal Congress called “Vaeteraufbruch” in Karlsruhe (Germany) with Prof. Dr. jur. Hildegard Sünderhauf (University of Applied Science, Nuremburg), the journalists and writers, Petra Wagner and Ina Kiesewtter, the Member of  Parliament for Germany, Maria Binder, with the psychologist of the European Institute for Child Care in Belgium, Jan Piet de Man and the social worker and family therapist, Monika Ebeling.
  • 29 March, 2012, subject: “Marie Munk and the Legal Status of Women“
    Technische Universität Berlin, Academic Society THESIS.Oda Cordes © Anne Jüngling
  • 6th October, 2006, subject: “A Place called paradise – Research in Legal History in the USA”,
    Center of Civil Law and Legal History, Prof. St. Meder, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz University in Hannover (Germany).
  • 7th July, 2005, subject:: “Parental violence, not only fatherly violence!` The juridical conceptions of the first female jurists in Germany regarding parental power”,
    Center of Civil Law and Legal History, Prof. St. Meder, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz University in Hannover (Germany).
  • 27th June, 2001, subject: “The Habitual” and the” Foreign” – the juridical implications of Jewish acculturation”,
    Center of Anti-Semitism Research, Director: Prof. Wolfgang Benz, Technical University of Berlin;
  • 20th November, 1999, “Retirement Law and Law of Justice in East Germany. Resistance and Faithful Loyalty to the Regime, Criteria for the Entitlement to a Pension? Moderation in the Center of the Federal Commissioner for the Records of the State Security Service of the Former German Democratic Republic with Prof. Dr. Ingo Müller, Center of Criminal Law and Code of Criminal Procedure at the University of Applied Science in Bremen; Dr. Cornelius Pawlita, judge at the Court of Social Law in Frankfurt am Main and the lawyer, Christian Friedrich von Humboldt Dacheröden in Hamburg and Peter Eisenfeld, employee at the Center of the Federal Commissioner for the Records of the State Security Service of the Former German Democratic Republic.