Dr. Ingrid Sharp (German)'s article for The Conversation on von Richthoven, the German WWI 'air ace', shows how the 'Red Baron' is symbolic of the changing face of 'heroism' after WWI
To commemorate the 25 anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall on 9 November 1989, German Life and Letters is publishing a special edition of key articles from the last 25 years on the GDR
Seminar jointly organised by Italian (LCS) and Italian Cinemas/Italian Histories project with Stella Bruzzi (Warwick) and Giacomo Lichtner (Victoria, NZ). Chair: Matt Boswell (Arts Engaged) Starts at 4:00 pm.
Recognizing that Holocaust ‘memory’ is increasingly shaped by transnational forces, this conference will explore the future of Holocaust memory in shifting international contexts Starts at 1:00 am.
Literature and the Holocaust; W. G. Sebald and H. G. Adler; South Africa in a comparative context; archives; cultural trauma; gender and queer identities in German literature
Recent graduate Natalie spent a term studying in Munich before undertaking an 11 month internship with a French publishing company for her year abroad.