Fall 2010 Activities
Felecia Lucht, "German in Dodge County, Wisconsin"
Sebastien Mosbah-Natanson, "Who were the French Sociologists? The Bibiliometric Method in the History of the Social Sciences and Historiographical Issues"
Professor Emeritus Jost Hermand, "Literature of the Inner Emigration: 1933-1944"
Eric Langenbacher,"The Mastered Past? The Impact of Collective Memories on German Political Culture"
Symposium: Ethnicity, Identity, and Emigration from the Regions of the Austro-Hungarian Empire
Eric Weitz, "Creating the Color Line and the National Line: Germany and Genocide in Africa and Anatolia"
Nelson Institute Community Environmental Forum: "Disruptive Change: Freiburg, Germany as a Sustainable Model"
David Kim, "Till Death Do Us Part: Love, Spectrality, and Translation"
Diane Wolf, "Beyond Anne Frank: Hidden Children and Families in Postwar Holland"
Diane Wolf, "Cultural Memories and Public Mourning: The Holocaust and the Vietnam War Compared"
Michael Wildt, "An Uncompromising Generation: The Nazi Leadership of the Reich Security Main Office"
Conference: Investigating Immigrant Languages in America
43rd Wisconsin Workshop: The Temptation of Hope-Utopian Thinking and Imagination
K-12 Teacher Workshop: European and the Mediterranean
for German and European Studies
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