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  • 27 Feb 2019
    Doing Memory Research cover
    Memory Research. New Questions and Approaches to Understanding Memory

    17:00 - 18:30 | Event

    From the ‘memory boom’ and ‘memory wars’ through to current debates about tradition, heritage and identity, the politics of memory is a timely and urgent matter. So far, however, the rich, interdisciplinary field of ...

  • 28 Feb 2019
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    Practices of listening: the launch of Soapbox Journal

    20:00 - 21:30 | Event

    While we may have always been talking, practices of listening are undergoing a transformation. For this event, Soapbox, a graduate journal for cultural analysis, invites the authors of this first issue to discuss ...

  • 12 Mar 2019
    Fear, Anxiety, and Immigration in the United States and Western Europe

    17:00 - 18:30 | Event

    Why have fears, reporting and political remarks about immigrant origin populations had different emphases on the two sides of the Atlantic, with the religious divide more central in Western Europe, and race and legal ...

  • 12 Mar 2019
    Troy Project
    Troy in Film

    20:00 - 21:30 | Event

    The epic poems of Iliad attributed to Homer, describes the tale of a city deeply rooted in classical European heritage and memory. Our obsession with Troy is fortified by more than a century of theatrical depictions ...

  • 14 Mar 2019
    The Legal Construction of the Foreigner: Two Centuries of European Immigration in South America

    15:30 - 17:00 | Lecture

    Between 1870 and 1930 South America was the second largest recipient of migrants in the world only after the USA. Millions of Europeans emigrated notably to Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay. How have countries with 200 ...

  • 14 Mar 2019
    The bystander in Holocaust history. Comparative perspectives on a contested category

    20:00 - 21:30 | Event

    Raul Hilberg once divided the history of the Holocaust into three categories: culprits, victims, and bystanders. The last of these groups has always been the largest, yet it is also the least clearly defined and most ...

  • 14 Mar 2019
    Spinozalezing Catherine Malabou
    Spinoza Lecture: Morality and Horizontality

    20:15 - 22:00 | Lecture

    Catherine Malabou will hold the Spinoza Chair of the Department of Philosophy of the Faculty of Humanities in the second term of the academic year 2018-2019 and will be delivering the accompanying two Spinoza ...

  • 18 Mar 2019
    Intercountry Adoption and Transnational Politics.The Early Development of Korean Adoption to Sweden (1964-1979) - Youngeun Koo (Universität Tübingen)

    15:00 - 17:00 | Lecture

    This talk focuses on the early development of intercountry adoption from South Korea (hereafter ‘Korea’) to Sweden between 1964 and 1979.

  • 19 Mar 2019
    Ibn Khaldun
    Eric Schliesser presents the work of Ibn Khaldun

    15:00 - 16:30 | Lecture

    Eric Schliesser on the work of historiographer and historian Ibn Khaldun (1332 – 1406).

  • 10 Apr 2019
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    Voices: Reflections on The Cambridge Grammar of Classical Greek

    17:00 - 18:30 | Event

    The Cambridge Grammar of Classical Greek is the first comprehensive reference grammar of the language of classical Greece to appear in a century. It benefits from the major advances that have been made in areas like ...