22.05.2017

Martin Binder at Brookings workshop (Washington D.C.)

Faculty member Martin Binder will participate in the workshop “New Directions in Well-Being Research, Take Two” organized by the Global Economy and Development program at the Brookings Institution on May 25-26, 2017 in...[more]

Category: Faculty

19.05.2017

Michael Weinman on Arendt, hospitality and membership (Moral Philosophy and Politics)

Faculty Michael Weinman recently published the article "Arendt and the Legitimate Expectation for Hospitality and Membership Today" in the journal Moral Philosophy and Politics. From the article’s abstract: What...[more]

Category: Faculty

15.05.2017

Martin Binder on green lifestyles and subjective well-being (Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization)

The paper "Green lifestyles and subjective well-being: More about self-image than actual behavior?" co-authored by faculty member Martin Binder and Ann-Kathrin Blankenberg (University of Göttingen) was published in the...[more]

Category: Faculty

11.05.2017

Agata Lisiak to speak at Amnesty International UK

On May 12, 2017 faculty Dr. Agata Lisiak will give a talk at Amnesty International in London, in the frame of the launch of a special issue on “Families and Relationships across Crises” of Discover Society, in which Lisiak...[more]

Category: Faculty

11.05.2017

Matthias Hurst publishes essay on American Western films

An essay by faculty Matthias Hurst was recently published in the volume "Literatur und Ökologie. Neue literatur- und kulturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven", edited by Claudia Schmitt and Christiane Solte-Gresser...[more]

Category: Faculty

10.05.2017

Michael Weinman on the naming of the MOAB bomb (Public Seminar)

A reflection by Michael Weinman titled "Ordnance as Ordinance. The MOAB bomb and the Biblical Roots of Our Endless War" was recently published on Public Seminar. In the piece, Weinman analyzes the deeper...[more]

Category: Faculty

09.05.2017

Transatlantic Debate - Bard Berlin and Bard Annandale

On Sunday, May 14 the seminars Citizens of the World: Ancient, Modern, Contemporary in Berlin and Annandale, co-taught by Ewa Atanassow and Thomas Bartscherer, will hold a joint cross-campus debate.  The topic of the...[more]

Category: General

09.05.2017

Bard College Berlin Appoints
John von Bergen as Director of Studio Arts

John von Bergen has been appointed Director of Studio Arts at Bard College Berlin. Since spring 2015, von Bergen has offered various studio arts courses at BCB. In spring 2016 he took on the role of Practicing Arts Coordinator...[more]

Category: General

09.05.2017

Faculty and alumnus contribute to volume about liberal arts education

Faculty members Ewa Atanassow and Geoff Lehman, and alumnus David Kretz (BA 2016) have contributed essays to the recently published volume Back to the Core: Rethinking Core Texts in Liberal Arts & Sciences Education in...[more]

Category: Alumni, Faculty

08.05.2017

Agata Lisiak on migrant mothers in austere times (Discover Society)

On May 2nd, 2017 the article “Migrant Mothers in Austere Times: Finding Love in a Hopeless Place?” by Dr. Agata Lisiak was published on Discover Society, an online platform for sharing academic research with wider audiences,...[more]

Category: Faculty

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