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11 Feb 19

Fellow Spotlight: Prerna Singh

Prerna Singh examines the role of local authority, narrative, and norms in the prevention and cure of infectious diseases.

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06 Feb 19

North Korea: Challenges for American Foreign Policy

Ambassador Christopher Hill discusses recent challenges as the United States attempts to deal with North Korea’s military buildup.

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31 Jan 19

Islam’s Origins: Myth and Material Evidence

University of Chicago historian Fred Donner discusses the material origins of Islam.

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30 Jan 19

Fellow Spotlight: Fred M. Donner

Fred Donner investigates the documentary evidence of early Islam.

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29 Jan 19

Presentation of the Spring 2019 Fellows

Presenting the spring 2019 class of fellows. Welcoming remarks by Günter Ziegler, president of the Freie Universität Berlin.

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15 Jan 19

Beyond the Lecture: Masha Gessen and Joshua Yaffa

New Yorker staff writer Masha Gessen discusses Russia, cynicism, doublethink, and the imaginative powers of democracy with Moscow correspondent Joshua Yaffa.

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14 Jan 19

The Road to Unfreedom: Democracy, Neofascism, and the Importance of Language

Yale historian Timothy Snyder on politics and language in the age of "Not-Even Fascism"

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17 Dec 18

Artist Talk with Arthur Jafa: A Series of Utterly Improbable, Yet Extraordinary Renditions

Artist Arthur Jafa speaks about his concluding exhibition at the Julia Stoschek Collection Berlin

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13 Dec 18

Another World Literature: New Approaches to a Literary History of East Asia

Haun Saussy proposes a new starting point for scholars of Chinese literary history.

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28 Nov 18

Masha Gessen: Democracy and Imagination

Masha Gessen on democracy, totalitarianism, and the force of political imagination.

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