Online Summer Workshop June 30-July 2, 2021 CET/MEZ
View program here. Register by sending an email to bprogram[at]zedat.fu-berlin.de.
We are, maybe we have always been, “alone together.” And while the challenges of being “alone” and “together” have existed historically in various, often complex ways, the current moment of cultural extremism, of Brexit, of American unilateralism, and of a global pandemic, have given the challenge a new urgency.
Join us for the keynote by Harald Wenzel on June 30, 2021 I 14:45-16:30 CET/MEZ
Response by Carol Hager, Bryn Mawr I Moderated by Paul Nolte, FU Berlin
FORMAT:The Berlin Program workshop is focused on creating dialogue and knowledge across and among disciplines. The event serves as a forum for Berlin Program fellows and alumni, but invites participation of all other scholars. During the workshop, scholars will present for ten minutes on papers that participants will have read prior to the workshop. A substantial period of time will be reserved at the end of the panels for discussion of the papers.
LOGISTICS: The workshop will be an English language online event free of charge.
REGISTER by sending an email to bprogram[at]zedat.fu-berlin.de in order to receive the access code.
CONSENT: Please note that this event may be recorded. By attending, you consent to the possibility of appearing in publicity materials and recordings distributed through the GSA and FUB outlets. If you are not comfortable with the use of your likeness in our media, please turn off your video and/or microphone.
- Dr. Deborah Barton | Université de Montréal
- Dr. Jeremy DeWaal | University of Exeter
- Karin Goihl | Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin Program
- Dr. Thomas O. Haakenson | California College of the Arts
- Dr. Carol Hager | Bryn Mawr College
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PHOTO #2 by Parastoo Maleki on Unsplash