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25 Nov 20

Visions of Tolerance: The 1960s Experiment to Desegregate the Boarding Schools of the American South

Mosi Secret unveils the Stouffer Foundation's attempts to desegregate Southern boarding schools.

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17 Nov 20

A Violent Woman: A Novel in Progress

Ayana Mathis discusses her forthcoming novel, "A Violent Woman."

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13 Nov 20

Graphic Memoirs and the Art of Resurrecting the Past

Amy Kurzweil shares excerpts from her forthcoming book, "Artificial: A Love Story."

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13 Nov 20

Sarah Bernhardt: The First Global Star in Rio de Janeiro

James Green on the tragedy that unfolded during Sarah Bernhardt's final performance in Rio de Janeiro.

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13 Nov 20

The Importance of Being Thomas Mann

On this episode of Beyond the Lecture: Susan Bernofsky and Veronika Fuechtner in conversation.

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11 Nov 20

The Moral Triangle: Germans, Israelis, Palestinians in Berlin

Sa’ed Atshan and Katharina Galor draw on interviews with Israelis, Palestinians, and Germans in Berlin to explore narratives surrounding moral responsibility, the Holocaust, the Israel–Palestine conflict, and Middle East refugees to Germany.

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06 Nov 20

Amy Kurzweil: “Artificial: A Love Story”

Amy Kurzweil reveals a first glimpse at her forthcoming graphic novel, "Artificial: A Love Story."

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05 Nov 20

The US Presidential Election and the Future of Democracy

A virtual panel discussion the future of US democracy following the 2020 presidential election.

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29 Oct 20

Translation as Storytelling

Susan Bernofsky discusses the art and craft of translating works from the modern German canon into English.

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28 Oct 20

A Possible Biden Agenda for Europe

How would a Biden administration approach its Europe policy? Former US ambassador to the European Union Anthony L. Gardner explains.

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