In this talk, Yanni Kotsonis addresses the question when the Greeks became Greek.
Amy Kurzweil discusses her second book, “Artificial: A Love Story,” which she calls “a graphic memoir about the future of the past.”
Bertrall Ross traces two centuries of English and American political thought that culminated in the adoption of the Fifteenth Amendment (1869).
Yanni Kotsonis contextualizes the Greek Revolution globally.
Adam Tooze discusses his new book, "Shutdown: How Covid Shook the World’s Economy."
Pieter Judson discusses possible legacies of the Habsburg Empire.
Welcoming remarks by Barrie Kosky, Artistic Director, Komische Oper Berlin. The Fellows Presentation is made possible in part by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York and Nina von Maltzahn.
Julie Mehretu, an alumna and trustee of the American Academy in Berlin, speaks with art historian Patricia Falguières about her work, process, and new exhibition at carlier | gebauer Berlin.
Three Afghanistan experts of the region discuss the Western withdrawal and collapse of the Afghan government.
Robert F. Reid-Pharr is mapping the contradictions that underwrote the celebrity of writer and activist James Baldwin.