Language & Culture

A Conversation on Paul Celan: We Are All Migrants of Language

Durs Grünbein and Michael Eskin discuss Paul Celan’s lasting influence and legacy.

Philosophy & History

Women Doctors in Nazi Germany: Opportunists or Engaged Physicians?

For Jewish doctors, Nazism meant emigration or death, but many non-Jewish German female physicians had careers that spanned the Weimar Republic and the Nazi regime. They upheld the aims of a repressive dictatorship.

Business & Economics

No Longer Just a Man’s World – How Female Business Leaders Rise

When more than 100 female executives from five different nations reflect on their way to the top, the results are as multifaceted as they are inspiring.

Language & Culture

Toxic Video Game Culture and Why I Don’t Call Myself a “Gamer”

For years, online gaming communities have been plagued with toxic behavior and harassment. The instigators are often young, white, male, and angry. Anne Ladyem McDivitt reflects on how identifying as a “Gamer” reaches far beyond the enjoyment of playing video games.

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