Featured Stories about Freie Universität Berlin
Far from Home
Semester abroad during a pandemic? History student Roxanne Honardoost from Freie Universität interviewed four students who dared
How the Henry Ford Building Got Its Name
The history behind a major donation from the USA 66 years ago for the burgeoning Freie Universität Berlin
“Academic freedom is non-negotiable”
Interview with the President of Freie Universität, Professor Günter M. Ziegler, on research partnership agreements with institutions in authoritarian countries
Calculating Sustainable Solutions
Shaping the ecological turnaround: Mathematician Sarah Wolf analyzes agent-based modeling for sustainability issues.
Deciphering the Stories behind Art
Religion and literature are the key to understanding Islamic art, says distinguished art historian
How Global is the “Global Village”?
The internet as a worldwide public sphere? Not so fast, says a new study
European, Icon of the Left, Martyr of the Revolution
Rosa Luxemburg was born 150 years ago, on March 5, 1871.
Facilitating Academic and Cultural Exchange between Two Worlds
Christian Lazar is the new head of the liaison office of Freie Universität in São Paulo
An Abrupt Ending
Ben Heiden has been back in Berlin since mid-March – in his final letter from Birmingham, he reflects on the end of his stay in the United Kingdom.
What a Year!
Last letter from Sydney: Jennifer Gaschler – now home in Germany – looks back on her stay in Australia.
A Semester That I Will Never Forget
In her last letter from Shanghai, Vivi Feng reviews some of her new experiences and hopes to be able to return to Fudan University soon for her second semester there.