May 3-8: BA Final Presentations

On May 3, May 5, and May 8 2017, graduating students in the BA in Humanities, the Arts, and Social Thought, and in the BA in Economics, Politics, and Social Thought will give public presentations of their senior...[more]

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Appointment of Boris Vormann as Professor of Politics

The faculty, staff and students of Bard College Berlin are happy to announce the appointment of Boris Vormann as Professor of Politics at the college from September 1 2017. Boris Vormann is currently visiting professor in...[more]

Category: General, Faculty


Laura Scuriatti on Jane Austen and the logic of prejudice (RAI Scuola)

Faculty member Prof. Dr. Laura Scuriatti has recently given an interview on the logic of prejudice in Jane Austen for RAI Scuola's online portal. In the interview Scuriatti explains why we should read Jane Austen today, and...[more]

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Ewa Atanassow contributes to The Governance Report 2017

An essay by faculty Ewa Atanassow co-authored with Ira Katznelson (Columbia University) has appeared in the 2017 edition of The Governance Report, an annual series initiated and organized by the Hertie School of Governance Berlin...[more]

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BCB students at master class with Kerry James Marshall (American Academy in Berlin)

On Friday April 21st 2017, students of Bard College Berlin had the opportunity to participate in the master class “The End of Criticality” with Chicago-based artist Kerry James Marshall at the American Academy in...[more]

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Michael Weinman on elitism and “a Great Books for all” program (Public Seminar)

Faculty Michael Weinman recently published a reflection titled “White Supremacy, Elitism, and the Future of Liberal Education - A response to Tim Lacy's 'Great Books Socialism’” on the Public Seminar blog.  In response to...[more]

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Agata Lisiak on the order of nationalism (The Sociological Review)

Faculty Agata Lisiak recently published the piece “Order Built on Sand” on the blog of The Sociological Review, one of the world’s foremost journals for sociological inquiry in all traditions.  Lisiak begins from Lucy...[more]

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Michael Weinman on "courage" and the US missile strike in Syria (Public Seminar)

A new post by Michael Weinman, "Aristotelian Reflections on President Trump’s Unauthorized Missile Strikes in Syria," was recently published on Public Seminar.  In the aftermath of the chemical attack on...[more]

Category: Faculty


Laura Scuriatti on Jane Austen at “Tempo di Libri” (Milan)

On April 22nd 2017, faculty Laura Scuriatti will participate in a conversation with Marina Della Giusta (Associate Professor of Economics, University of Reading) at the first edition of the book fair “Tempo di Libri,” which will...[more]

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Andreas Blank on d’Holbach and self-esteem (British Journal for the History of Philosophy)

Faculty Andreas Blank has recently published the article "D’Holbach on self-esteem and the moral economy of oppression" in the British Journal for the History of Philosophy. From the article’s abstract: Recently,...[more]

Category: Faculty

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