Arts & Humanities

From Ohrdruf to Berlin: Eisenhower’s Enduring Legacy of “Never Again”

“Never again is now” – a slogan that rings truer than ever today – impels us to recall one of the first people who called upon the world to bear witness to the atrocities of the Holocaust and who worked actively to ensure that it would never happen again.

Arts & Humanities

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.

Arts & Humanities

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

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

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