Arts & Humanities

Arts & Humanities

“Man kann Ökonomie als einen Ordnungsversuch des Begehrens verstehen”: Jule Govrin im Interview

Begehren und Ökonomie sind untrennbar miteinander verwoben. Wie genau, davon erzählt Jule Govrin in einem Streifzug durch die Philosophiegeschichte von Platon über Hegel, Nietzsche und Freud bis zu Deleuze, Guattari und der Queer Theory.

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Book Talk: Andrea Pető on “The Forgotten Massacre”

In our first book talk, Prof. Andrea Pető discusses her research on a formerly unknown and “invisible” massacre in Budapest 1944, and the battle for remembrance after World War II.

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Why We Need to Address Linguistic Diversity at the Modern Olympic Games

Not only are multilingual services vital for the smooth running of the Olympics – they are now a requisite for public health. That’s why, in time of crisis, Tokyo ramped up its linguistic infrastructure.

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Thesaurus Linguae Latinae: How the World’s Largest Latin Lexicon is brought to Life

As the world’s largest and most comprehensive Latin dictionary gets a digital makeover, lexicographer Adam Gitner tells us what it’s like to work on a monumental project that generations of scholars have contributed to – but is still a work in progress after 125 years.

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