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Imke Brust

Imke Brust Transnational Dimensions of Heimat and National Images of Hybridity in Mo Asumang’s Roots Germania Dr.Imke Brust is an Assistant Professor of German at Haverford College and Haverford’s Visual Culture and Media fellow for 2018-2019. Her book manuscript...

Diane Truly & Andreas Nakic

Silvia Wojczewski Screening of Liebe und Wut (Love and Rage, dir. Jule Ritter, 2015, 52 min.) followed by Skype discussion with Diane Truly and Andreas Nakic Diane Truly Born in Omaha, Nebraska in 1943. Raised in South Dakota and Minnesota. Went away to...

Call for Applications : NEH Summer Institute For College and University Teachers 

Culture in the Cold War: East German Art, Music, and Film   June 17-July 14, 2018 Application deadline: March 1, 2018. This Institute explores the role of the visual arts, music and film in socialist modernity. Selected...

Afro.Germany How people of color experience living in Germany What is it like to be a black person in Germany? News anchor Jana Pareigis traveled across Germany and met other black people living in the country, including artist Robin Rhode, and rapper...




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