21.09.2017

Exhibition and Student Conversation: Tread Softly: The City, Migration, and Memory

Tread Softly: The City, Migration, and Memory deals with migratory and migration memories in and of the city. It is a collaborative exhibition project that was created by students and professors from Bard College Berlin and the...[more]

Category: General, Berlin

21.09.2017

Ewa Atanassow co-edits volume on liberalism

The volume Liberal Moments - Reading Liberal Texts co-edited by faculty Ewa Atanassow and Alan S. Kahan (Université de Versailles and Sciences Po) was recently published by Bloomsbury, UK. Liberal Moments traces liberalism’s...[more]

Category: Faculty

18.09.2017

Kerry Bystrom at “Conviviality and Illiberalism” symposium (Malmö)

BCB faculty and Associate Dean Kerry Bystrom participated in the symposium “Conviviality and Illiberalism” organized by Malmö University on September 14-15, 2017.  Against the backdrop of resurging nationalism and populist...[more]

Category: Faculty

15.09.2017

James Harker at the European Narratology Network Conference (Prague)

Faculty James Harker gave a talk, “Metafiction, Metanarration, Metacharacter,” at the 5th International Conference of the European Narratology Network, in Prague, Czech Republic, September 14-16, 2017. Since the 1970s...[more]

Category: Faculty

08.09.2017

Martin Binder in Top 100 German-speaking young economists (Handelsblatt)

Faculty member Prof. Dr. Martin Binder has made it into the Top 100 of German-speaking economists under 40 years of age in the 2017 Handelsblatt ranking. Scoring 97 out of 100, this places him in the top 25% of all...[more]

Category: Faculty

07.09.2017

Agata Lisiak at critical urban studies conference (Leeds)

Faculty member Agata Lisiak will participate in the conference "Rethinking Urban Global Justice: An international academic conference for critical urban studies" which will take place on September 11-13, 2017 at the...[more]

Category: Faculty

03.09.2017

Martin Binder at German Institute for Human Rights roundtable

On September 14, 2017 faculty member Martin Binder will participate in the round table “Behavioral Economics and Human Rights” at the German Institute for Human Rights, Berlin. The round table brings together scholars from...[more]

Category: Faculty

01.09.2017

Catherine Toal on Modernism and Philosophy (Comparative Literature)

Professor of Literature and Dean of Bard College Berlin Catherine Toal reviews Modernist Fiction and Vagueness: Philosophy, Form, and Language by Megan Quigley, in the September 2017 issue of the Duke University Press journal...[more]

Category: Faculty

30.08.2017

Michael Weinman on Aristotle and the violence in Charlottesville (Public Seminar)

In his most recent contribution to Public Seminar, “Aristotle on Charlottesville,” faculty member Michael Weinman uses Aristotle’s analysis of “mixed actions” to discuss the rally in Charlottesville and the violent reactions...[more]

Category: Faculty

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