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The Past Under Erasure: History, Memory, and the Contemporary (Lecture)

Pleasant Room, Wilson Library

Prof. Geoff Eley will explore some particularities of history writing in the present in his lecture, "The Past Under Erasure: History, Memory, and the Contemporary."Thematics include the meanings of the contemporary interest in memory, the different ways in which ideas about and … Continued

Morbus Austriacus: Thomas Bernhard’s Critique of Austria (Seminar)

UNC Institute for the Arts and Humanities, Hyde Hall

This seminar, led by Prof. Gregor Thuswaldner (Gordon College) will focus on the topic "Morbus Austriacus: Thomas Bernhard's Critique of Austria." Bernhard, an Austrian novelist, playwrite, and poet, is widely considered to be one of the most important German-speaking authors of the … Continued

Christian Democracy, Social Democracy, and the Foundation of the West German State (Seminar)

National Humanities Center 7 T.W. Alexander Drive, Durham, NC

Prof. Noah Strote (North Carolina State University) will present a lecture titled "Christian Democracy, Social Democracy, and the Foundation of the West German State." When asked for historical examples of success in Western-sponsored nation-building projects, advocates invariably cite the occupation and … Continued