Thu
Jun 2
2022
The Foyer of Baker-Berry Library , 12:00pm-2:00pm
What is the role of artists and intellectuals in safeguarding democracy? Join Distinguished Harris Visiting Professor Irmela von der Lühe and the Chair of Jewish Studies Veronika Fuechtner for an introduction to the exhibition Democracy Will Win, which details the anti-fascist activism of Nobel laureate Thomas Mann and its relevance for today. We will discuss particularly the role of his daughter Erika Mann (pictured). The exhibit is currently on view near the circulation desk at Baker-Berry Library. A reception will follow in the Treasure Room of Baker-Berry. With the support of the Jewish Studies Program, the Department of German Studies, the Dartmouth Library, and the Harris Distinguished Visiting Professorship Program.
Wed
Nov 24
2021
no location, All Day
Fall term ends
Thu
Nov 4
2021
Zoom, 11:30am-12:30pm
Join us for a conversation on international collaboration, leadership development and diversity and inclusion with Thilo Beyer and Todd Shinholster (ICUnet Germany and Americas)
Fri
Oct 22
2021
Zoom, 11:30am-12:30pm
Join us for a conversation with Susanna Steinbach ( Türkische Gemeinde in Deutschland) on post migrant societies and community-based projects against racism.
Thu
Oct 14
2021
201 F Carpenter Hall, 4:30pm-6:00pm
Please join John Hamilton (Harvard University) and the Department of German Studies for a reading of Chamisso's novella and a discussion on the value of saving effort and energy.
Mon
Sep 13
2021
no location, All Day
Fall term begins
Tue
Aug 31
2021
no location, All Day
Summer term ends
Thu
Jun 24
2021
no location, All Day
Summer term begins
Tue
Jun 8
2021
no location, All Day
Spring term ends
Wed
Apr 21
2021
Via Zoom, see below, 2:30pm-4:00pm
Jessica Resvick (Andrew W. Mellon Postdoc, German Studies) will be presenting