Public Lectures by Friedrich Schlegel Graduate School

Podiumsdiskussion 2015
Panel discussion Image Credit: ICI Berlin
Schreiben als Ereignis
Lecture

2016

November

November 1

The Humanities and the Needs of Society. A comparison of ongoing debates in Germany and Japan. Invitation to the panel [German] at the Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (BBAW)

June

June 28

International Week 2016 – World Café. Showcasing Graduate Schools at Freie Universität – a one-hour world café on doctoral research and international networking in the humanities and social sciences (Programm International Week)

June 25
Didactic Realism: Aras Ören, Nazım Hikmet, and Bertolt Brecht. Talk by Ela Gezen (UMass Amherst/EUME Fellow FSGS 15/16). Program (PDF, German)

April

April 28

Katzentöter und Massakerliederbuch – Von Goldfischen, Fleischerwitwen und der Düsternis der Welt (Reading by Nakahara Masaya and Chigira Yūko at Literaturhaus Berlin (Kaminraum)) (PDF, German)

April 13
Palestine, Propaganda and Resistance Literature in the Cold War: Arthur Koestler‘s Thieves in the Night and Ghassan Kanafani's Return to Haifa. Talk by Elizabeth M. Holt (Bard College / EUME Fellow at FSGS 2015/16). Program (PDF)

February

February 11
Die Wissenschaft der Literaturwissenschaft. Panel with Peter-André Alt, Eva Geulen, Ethel Matala de Mazza and Jutta Müller-Tamm. Host: Michel Chaouli. Programm (PDF)

Winter term

Schreiben als Ereignis. Künste und Kulturen der Schrift (Writing as Event. Arts and Cultures of Scripture)

An event of the Institutes of German and Dutch Language and Literature together with the Philological Libraray and Friedrich Schlegel Graduate School for Literary Studies.

Conception: Prof. Dr. Jutta Müller-Tamm, Caroline Schubert, Dr. Klaus Ulrich Werner

Archive: presentations - discussions - lectures at FSGS [German]

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