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07 Oct 21

Fellow Spotlight: Amy Kurzweil

Amy Kurzweil discusses her second book, “Artificial: A Love Story,” which she calls “a graphic memoir about the future of the past.”

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07 Oct 21

Fellow Spotlight: Bertrall Ross

Bertrall Ross traces two centuries of English and American political thought that culminated in the adoption of the Fifteenth Amendment (1869).

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01 Oct 21

Fellow Spotlight: Yanni Kotsonis

Yanni Kotsonis contextualizes the Greek Revolution globally.

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23 Sep 21

Shutdown: How Covid Shook the World’s Economy

Adam Tooze discusses his new book, "Shutdown: How Covid Shook the World’s Economy."

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22 Sep 21

What the Habsburg Empire Got Right—and Why It Matters

Pieter Judson discusses possible legacies of the Habsburg Empire.

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21 Sep 21

Presentation of the Fall 2021 Fellows

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.

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17 Sep 21

Schreiben von unterwegs: Postkarten von Walter Benjamin

Liliane Weissberg Walter Benjamins Beziehung zur Postkarte nach – sowohl zum materiellen Produkt selbst als auch zu ihrer Funktion als Korrespondenzobjekt.

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14 Sep 21

Julie Mehretu in Conversation with Patricia Falguières

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.

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24 Aug 21

Afghanistan: What on Earth Happened? What Do We Have to Worry about Next?

Three Afghanistan experts of the region discuss the Western withdrawal and collapse of the Afghan government.

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10 Jun 21

You’re Doing It All Wrong! How Germans and Americans Misunderstand Each Other While Working to Deal with Climate Change

Since the inauguration of President Biden, the United States and Germany have established similar goals to decarbonize their economies by the middle of the century. But politics and public attitudes toward various technologies mean that the two countries are currently following different pathways. In this talk, Samantha Gross discusses how German and EU policies are…

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