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
Event Category: NC German Studies
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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
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