Olafur Eliasson discusses some of his prominent and lesser-known artworks.
In this talk, Kimmelman discusses his hopes to enlist a wide public, across political, social, and geographic spectrums, to help to define progress, how we measure and make it, and to imagine, collectively, a future we can hope to build.
Christopher Gibbs discusses how music programs were curated in Germany and Austria during the so-called long nineteenth century.
A panel of experts convenes to discuss the Russian invasion of Ukraine two weeks into the battle.
Lauren Benton investigates the legal foundations of violence in European empires and how they help us understand aspects of the "war on terror."
Javiera Barandiarán examines past and current debates about lithium and its extraction in North and South America.
Tess Lewis discusses translation as an act of responsiveness and responsibility
The American Academy in Berlin convened a panel to discuss the crisis in Ukraine
"Beyond the Lecture" podcast: Ladee Hubbard talks about her novel-in-progress
Javiera Barandiarán traces the transnational history of the three oldest lithium brine mines in Chile, Argentina, and the United States.