Politics & Society

Turning Controversy into Connection: A Discussion with Martha Minow and Liz Lerman

When bitter debates divide our societies – at times to the point of violence – it’s both harder and more important than ever to find the common ground that unites us. Is there a way out? Yes, say legal scholar Martha Minow and creative artist Liz Lerman in the latest event in the Humanities for Humans series. But if we want to build bridges, we need the right tools.

Academia & Publishing

Wissenschaftspodcasts: Ein Blick hinter die Kulissen mit Nadine Kreuzahler

Einfach ans Mikrofon setzen und loslabern? Für einen erfolgreichen Wissenschaftspodcast braucht es mehr! Zum Launch unseres neuen Podcasts „Wagnis Wissen“ sprachen wir mit der Moderatorin Nadine Kreuzahler über die Besonderheiten des Formats, ihre persönlichen Erfahrungen und Tipps für angehende Podcaster.

Politics & Society

World on the Move: A Discussion with Kathryn Abrams and Mark Terkessidis

Right now, over 110 million people are experiencing displacement from their homes, surpassing all previous records of refugeedom. In the latest virtual event in our “Humanities for Humans” series, legal scholar Dr. Kathryn Abrams and migration researcher Dr. Mark Terkessidis discuss the pressing questions about a world on the move.

Academia & Publishing

How Academic Librarians Are Shaping the Digital Humanities

When cutting-edge digital technologies and the humanities intersect, the possibilities for new and exciting research projects are endless. In this process, academic librarians play a pivotal role – and here’s how.

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