A transatlantic roundtable to launch the "Oxford Handbook of Gender, War, and the Western World since 1600."
Robert F. Reid-Pharr demonstrates how James Baldwin’s literary genius propelled him into the worldwide spotlight..
Naghmeh Sohrabi reconstructs a story of love, death, and revolution to shed light on notions of heterosexual love and intimacy in 1970s Iran.
Neil Shubin examines the great transitions in the history of life.
Nandini Pandey explores the literary and material remnants of Roman diversity.
The American Academy in Berlin is proud to present its spring 2021 class of fellows.
Benjamin M. Friedman examines how what we now call economics was decisively shaped by religious thought.
This panel addressed the implications of the events on January 6, as well as likely international security ramifications more broadly.
What was like to be the first black person at an all-white private school in the American South? The very first, that is.
This panel addresses the 30th anniversary of German unification from different national and generational perspectives.