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05 Sep 19

Fellow Spotlight: Roberto Suro

Roberto Suro examines the challenges that recent flows of asylum-seeking migrants pose for many Western democracies

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29 Aug 19

Von Berlin nach New York: Ein Leben in zwei Welten

Former American Academy in Berlin board chairman Karl von der Heyden discusses his autobiography at the Jewish Museum Berlin.

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28 Aug 19

Fellow Spotlight: Adam Ehrlich Sachs

Adam Ehrlich Sachs discusses his novel The Organs of Sense, about a young Leibniz's encounter with a blind astronomer.

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28 May 19

Putin’s World

Angela Stent discusses her latest book, "Putin's World: Russia Against the West and with the Rest."

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20 May 19

Technology and Data in the Health and Automotive Industries

Sandra E. Peterson and Manfred Bischoff discuss digitalization in the health and automotive industries.

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16 May 19

Beyond the Lecture: Linda Gordon

Linda Gordon discusses the early twentieth-century Ku Klux Klan and the roots of US anti-immigrant policy.

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16 May 19

Insurance against Total Destruction: East and West German Plans to Save Civilization

Jennifer Allen discusses preparations for the end of world in Cold War Germany.

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15 May 19

Beyond the Lecture: Anne Finger on Disability and the Politics of Memory

Writer Anne Finger visits the site of a former Nazi psychiatric facility, only to find it forgotten.

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08 May 19

Monuments of Nature from Berlin to the Americas

Jared Farmer approaches the global history of conservation through monumental trees.

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01 May 19

Translation and Sexual Safety

Emily Apter considers the untranslatability of sexual safety as both concept and legislated practice.

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