Past Events

    Two Trains Running

    The Black Rep production
    EDISON THEATRE

    Transnational Filipino Activism and Becoming Part of the Philippine Revolution, 1964-1986

    Joy Sales, Postdoctoral Fellow in Immigration, Cultures, and Law (American Culture Studies) - WashU faculty and graduate students welcome.
    BUSCH HALL | ROOM 18

    The Religion Clauses

    This interdisciplinary conference explores current and future trends in the First Amendment’s free exercise and establishment clauses. It is cosponsored by Washington University School of Law, the Washington University Law Review, and the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics.
    Washington University School of Law, Anheuser-Busch Hall, Bryan Cave Courtroom

    Artist Talk: Matthew Shipp

    New York City pianist Matthew Shipp
    MUSIC CLASSROOM BUILDING, ROOM 102

    Dancing Against the Law: Critical Moves in Queer Bangalore

    Kareem Khubchandani, Professor in the Department of Drama and Dance and the Program in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Tufts University
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    Panel Discussion: Resistance Acts

    Faculty Book Celebration keynote speaker Daphne Brooks with Patrick Burke, associate professor of music; Miguel Valerio, assistant professor of Spanish; and Rhaisa Williams, assistant professor of performing arts, all at Washington University. PLEASE RSVP - lunch provided.
    Olin Library, Room 142

    Intimate Partner Violence and Asylum in the Americas: Canada, Chile, Mexico, Peru

    Interdisciplinary panel discussion with Washington University experts on the intersecting challenges of migration, gender and service provision, prompted by a groundbreaking new report by Center for Human Rights, Gender and Migration and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees.
    132 GOLDFARB HALL | BROWN SCHOOL

    Blackface Broken Records: On the Eve of the Blues Feminist Experiment

    Daphne A. Brooks, the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of African American Studies, and Professor of Theater Studies, American Studies, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Yale University - Faculty Book Celebration 2020
    Hillman Hall, Clark-Fox Forum

    ‘Change the Subject’ Screening & Panel Discussion

    This documentary tells the story of a group of college students who challenged divisive immigration rhetoric.
    Olin Library, Room 142

    Airea D. Matthews Reading

    Airea D. Matthews is assistant professor at Bryn Mawr College and is a founding member of the Philadelphia-based Riven Collective, a multidisciplinary arts collaborative.
    HURST LOUNGE, DUNCKER 201

    Lecture: The Architecture of Poetry

    Duncker Hall, Hurst Lounge (Room 201)

    Film Screening: Metropolis

    German 490 (Undergraduate Seminar: Intro to German Cinema) screenings are open to the public.
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    Kling Fellowship Information Session

    DANFORTH UNIVERSITY CENTER, ROOM 233

    The Masks of the Commedia dell’Arte/Le maschere della Commedia dell’Arte

    Antonio Fava, international maestro of Commedia dell’Arte performance, presents a lecture-demonstration on the masks of the Commedia dell’Arte.
    DANFORTH UNIVERSITY CENTER, ROOM 234

    Workshop: Translated Poems as Untamed Texts

    DUNCKER HALL, HURST LOUNGE (ROOM 201)

    Memory/Race/Nation: The Politics of Modern Memorials

    Mabel O. Wilson, the Nancy and George Rupp Professor at the GSAPP and a professor in the African American and African Diasporic Studies Department at Columbia University
    Hurst Lounge, Duncker Hall (Room 201)

    Truths and Reckonings: The Art of Transformative Racial Justice

    In “Truths and Reckonings,” a Teaching Gallery at Kemper Art Museum, AFAS professor Geoff Ward explores the roles of art works and art spaces in addressing histories of racial violence, their legacies, and the challenge of transformative justice.
    Kemper Art Museum, Teaching Gallery

    The Political Economy of Armed Drone Proliferation

    Steve Ceccoli (GSAS ’94, ’98), the P.K. Seidman Professor of Political Economy and Professor of International Studies, Rhodes College - IAS x SIR Speaker Series
    McMillan Hall, McMillan Cafe

    Environmental Studies Across the Arts and Sciences

    Barbara Schaal, the Mary-Dell Chilton Distinguished Professor of Biology and Dean of of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Washington University; and Susan Scott Parrish, professor in the Department of English and the Program in the Environment at the University of Michigan.
    Women's Building Formal Lounge

    Lecture by Catherine Bradley

    Catherine A. Bradley is Associate Professor at the University of Oslo, and she currently holds a Wigeland teaching and research fellowship at the University of Chicago.
    MUSIC CLASSROOM BUILDING, ROOM 102

    Noses, Mustaches, and Lazzi

    A lecture/demonstration presented by Antonio Fava, international master of Commedia dell’Arte
    MALLINCKRODT, LOWER LEVEL, ROOM 101

    The Book Arts of Transformative Racial Justice

    JULIAN EDISON DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS, OLIN LIBRARY, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS

    Panel Discussion: Truth and Reckonings

    Guest curator Geoff Ward, associate professor of African and African-American Studies in Arts & Sciences; Cheeraz Gormon, storyteller, writer, public speaker, and member of the St. Louis Community Remembrance Project Coalition; Tabari Coleman, Director of Professional Development, Anti-Defamation League; and Sabine Eckmann, William T. Kemper Director and Chief Curator, for a participatory and reflective discussion. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
    Kemper Art Museum

    Interrogating Incarceration

    Inez Bordeaux, manager of community collaborations for ArchCity Defenders, speaks about the Close the Workhouse campaign.
    SIMON HALL, ROOM 017

    Liberty of Conscience as a Tool of Empire: England and Its Restoration Colonies, 1660-1689

    Daniel K. Richter, the Richard S. Dunn Director of the McNeil Center for Early American Studies and the Roy F. and Jeannette P. Nichols Professor of American History, University of Pennsylvania
    Duncker Hall, Hurst Lounge (Room 201)

    Film Screening: M-Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder

    German 490 (Undergraduate Seminar: Intro to German Cinema) screenings are open to the public.
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    The Dancing Circle: Opportunities for Connection, Community and Creation

    A lecture/demonstration presented by the Performing Arts Department 2020 Marcus Artist-in-Residence, Jessica Anthony
    ANNELISE MERTZ DANCE STUDIO, MALLINCKRODT CENTER, ROOM 207

    Realist Ecstasy and The Disappearing Christ

    Authors Lindsay V. Reckson (“Realist Ecstasy,” Assistant Professor of English, Haverford College) and Phillip Maciak (“The Disappearing Christ,” Lecturer in English and American Culture Studies, Washington University) in conversation, moderated by Rebecca Wanzo, Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies
    DANFORTH UNIVERSITY CENTER, ROOM 276

    Germanic Film Series: ‘Fack ju Göhte’

    Events are free and open to all of the WashU community!
    Wilson Hall, Room 214

    Global Migration Conference

    Multiple panel discussions and a keynote address on Feb. 13 by Craig Spencer, MD MPH, Board Member, Doctors Without Borders (MSF); Director of Global Health in Emergency Medicine and Assistant Professor of Medicine and Population and Family Health, Columbia University Medical Center
    Multiple locations - see website

    A Conversation with Angélique Kidjo

    Angélique Kidjo is a three-time Grammy winner. Conversation led by Lauren Eldridge Stewart, assistant professor of ethnomusicology, Washington University.
    WOMEN'S BUILDING FORMAL LOUNGE

    Diane Seuss Reading

    Diane Seuss is the author of four books of poetry.
    HURST LOUNGE, DUNCKER 201

    Informal Cities, Urbanism & Race in Brazil

    Brodwyn Fischer, professor of Latin American history; director, Center for Latin American Studies; faculty affiliate, Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture, University of Chicago.
    Women’s Building Formal Lounge

    Film Screening: Triumph des Willens

    German 490 (Undergraduate Seminar: Intro to German Cinema) screenings are open to the public.
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    Translating the Untranslatable: Proper Names in the Septuagint and in Jerome's Vulgate

    Christophe Rico, École biblique et archéologique française de Jérusalem, Polis Institute
    EADS HALL, ROOM 203

    Screening: ‘Onegin’

    Alexander Pushkin’s novel in verse, directed by Timofey Kulyabin for Stage Russia
    SIMON HALL, ROOM 018

    ‘Spell #7’ by Ntozake Shange

    Presented by The Black Rep.
    Mallinckrodt Center, A.E. HOTCHNER STUDIO THEATRE

    Funk Money: The End of Empire and the Expansion of Tax Havens, 1950s-1960s

    Vanessa Ogle, Associate Professor of History, University of California, Berkeley
    BUSCH HALL, ROOM 18

    Figuring Difference in Modern Japanese Literature: The Case for Quantitative Reasoning

    Hoyt Long, associate professor of Japanese literature, University of Chicago
    Busch Hall, Room 18

    Designer Babies and Choosing Disabilities: Ethical Considerations of Deliberately Creating a Disabled Child by IVF

    Daniel Eisenberg, MD, is assistant professor of diagnostic imaging at Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine and a practicing radiologist in the Department of Radiology at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia.
    Jewish Federation of St. Louis, Kaplan Feldman Complex

    Visiting Hurst Professor Rick Barot Reading

    Rick Barot has published three volumes of poetry.
    HURST LOUNGE, DUNCKER 201

    Men on Boats

    This dynamic and very funny piece of writing is a provocative lens for re-examining an extraordinary American moment.
    EDISON THEATRE

    In France With James Baldwin

    Cecil Brown, James Baldwin protégé and senior lecturer at Stanford University
    Danforth University Center, Room 276

    Migration, Mobilization, and Moving Images: Imagination of ‘Nanyang’ in 1930s Chinese Cinema

    Ling Zhang, assistant professor of cinema studies, Purchase College State University of New York
    BUSCH HALL, ROOM 18

    The Great Chernobyl Acceleration

    Kate Brown is Professor of History in the Science, Technology, and Society Department of Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
    Busch Hall, Room 100

    Film Screening: Abschied von Gestern

    German 490 (Undergraduate Seminar: Intro to German Cinema) screenings are open to the public.
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    Navigating Ancient Waters: The Story of Noah in the New World - CANCELED

    Paul Gutjahr, the Ruth N. Halls Professor of English; Associate Dean for the Arts and Humanities, and Undergraduate Education at Indiana University – Weltin Lecture. THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED.

    Israeli National Security: A New Strategy for an Era of Change

    Charles Freilich, Columbia University
    UMRATH LOUNGE | UMRATH HALL

    Gender Equality, Norms, and Health

    A series of TED-style presentations and a panel discussing how to achieve gender equality for better health, both locally and globally. Lancet Series.
    Clark-Fox Forum, Hillman Hall

    Faculty Book Talk: Rebecca Lester

    Rebecca Lester, associate professor of sociocultural anthropology, discusses her book “Famished: Eating Disorders and Failed Care in America.”
    Olin Library, Room 142

    Music as Medium to the Black Spirit

    Damon Davis is a multimedia American artist, musician and filmmaker based in St. Louis. His 2014 public art installation “All Hands on Deck” has been collected in the National Museum of African American History and Culture. For spring 2020, Davis is serving as artist-in-residence for the Department of African & African-American Studies.
    MCMILLAN CAFE

    Chilestinians: Notes on Migration, Assimilation, and the Myth of Palestinian Reawakening in Chile

    Lina Meruane, Chilean writer and professor - Distinguished Visiting Scholar and Massie Lecturer
    WOMEN'S BUILDING FORMAL LOUNGE

    Rabih Alameddine Reading

    Rabih Alameddine is the author of the novels “Koolaids,” “I, the Divine,” “The Hakawati, An Unnecessary Woman,” the story collection, “The Perv,” and most recently, “The Angel of History.”
    HURST LOUNGE, DUNCKER 201

    Close at Hand: Touch and Tactility in Art

    Graduate Student Art History Symposium. Keynote address, “Queer Sensation: Desire and the Senses in Byzantium,” by Roland Betancourt, Associate Professor of Art History, University of California, Irvine.
    Various - see website

    Teaching Vergil’s Georgics in the Agricultural Heartland

    Kathryn Wilson, Department of Classics, Washington University

    Mr. Jeremy Bentham’s Posthumous Performance Prank… and its Lessons for Contemporary Biocapitalists, Necroliberals, and Political Theorists

    Margaret Werry, Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Theatre Arts and Dance, University of Minnesota
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    Film Screening: Jakob, der Lügner

    German 490 (Undergraduate Seminar: Intro to German Cinema) screenings are open to the public.
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    Cultural Expo

    TISCH COMMONS

    Women as Patrons of Architecture in Renaissance Rome

    Carolyn Valone, Trinity University – Paul and Silvia Rava Memorial Lecture
    DANFORTH UNIVERSITY CENTER, ROOM 276

    Music at the Kemper: Darmstadt School

    This program features a selection of works by experimental composers associated with what is known as the Darmstadt School.
    MILDRED LANE KEMPER ART MUSEUM

    Making an Imperial Henchman: Crispinus in Martial and Juvenal

    Cathy Keane, Washington University in St. Louis
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    Film Screening: Angst essen Seele auf

    German 490 (Undergraduate Seminar: Intro to German Cinema) screenings are open to the public.
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    ‘Thank God I am a Comedian’: ‘Deplorable Exegesis’ in the Activism of Dick Gregory

    Vaughn A. Booker, Jr., Assistant Professor of Religion and African and African American Studies, Dartmouth College. Reception begins at 5 pm.
    BUSCH HALL, ROOM 100

    Screening: ‘Osipova: Force of Nature’

    Documentary featuring Natalia Osipova, a Russian ballerina, currently a principal ballerina with the Royal Ballet in London
    SIMON HALL, ROOM 018

    Aisha Sabatini Sloan Craft Talk

    Sabatini Sloan’s essay collection, “The Fluency of Light: Coming of Age in a Theater of Black and White” was published by the University of Iowa Press in 2013.
    HURST LOUNGE, DUNCKER 201

    Enslaved Histories: Bodies, Capital, and Knowledge-Making in the Early Modern Atlantic

    Pablo Gómez, Associate Professor of History and the History of Medicine, University of Wisconsin, Madison
    Busch Hall, Room 18

    Prison Education Project Film Screening and Panel Discussion

    The Washington University Prison Education Project presents excerpts from the recent PBS documentary College Behind Bars, a film that highlights students pursuing college degrees through the Bard Prison Initiative. The film screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring the voices of current PEP students, PEP student alumni, and members of the PEP community.
    BRYAN CAVE MOOT COURTROOM, ROOM 310 ANHEUSER BUSCH HALL

    Aisha Sabatini Sloan Reading

    Visiting Hurst Professor Aisha Sabatini Sloan’s is author of ‘The Fluency of Light: Coming of Age in a Theater of Black and White’ and ‘Dreaming of Ramadi in Detroit.’
    HURST LOUNGE, DUNCKER 201

    Decolonizing Botany: From the Herbarium to the Plantarium

    Banumathi Subramaniam, Professor and Chair, Department of Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, University of Massachusetts
    WOMEN'S BUILDING FORMAL LOUNGE

    The Sociophonetics of Gender: Acquisition and Processing across the Lifespan

    Ben Munson, University of Minnesota
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    The Triumph of Love

    A brilliant comedic study on the machinations of the human heart. Directed by William Whitaker, professor of the practice in drama, Performing Arts Department. A co-production of the Performing Arts Department of Washington University and the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.
    .ZACK THEATRE | 3224 LOCUST ST. SUITE 401 | ST. LOUIS, MO 63103

    Mindscapes

    MFA Student Dance Concert
    EDISON THEATRE

    The Triumph of Love

    A brilliant comedic study on the machinations of the human heart. Directed by William Whitaker, professor of the practice in drama, Performing Arts Department. A co-production of the Performing Arts Department of Washington University and the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.
    .ZACK THEATRE | 3224 LOCUST ST. SUITE 401 | ST. LOUIS, MO 63103

    Material Girls: Body Modification and Gender in the Hebrew Bible

    Rosanne Liebermann, Friedman Postdoctoral Fellow in Jewish Studies, Department of Jewish, Islamic, and Middle Eastern Studies, Washington University
    BUSCH HALL, ROOM 18

    Germanic Film Series: ‘Basta - Rotwein oder Totsein’

    Events are free and open to all of the WashU community!
    Busch Hall, Room 100

    The Ideological Foundations of the Qing Fiscal State

    Taisu Zhang, Professor, Yale Law School
    BRYAN CAVE COURT ROOM, ANHEUSER-BUSCH HALL

    Researching Identity: A Panel Discussion

    Washington University faculty from the Departments of Anthropology, Psychology & Brain Sciences, Sociology, and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies come together to discuss their work researching issues related to identity and to share insights into the process of conducting and writing scholarly research
    Danforth University Center, Goldberg Family Lounge

    Film Screening: Aguirre, der Zorn Gottes

    German 490 (Undergraduate Seminar: Intro to German Cinema) screenings are open to the public.
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    Mars' Visit to His Temple in Ovid's Fasti: A Comic Tragedy on an Epic Event?

    Wolfgang Polleichtner, Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen
    EADS HALL, ROOM 215

    Screening: ‘Lady Liberty’

    WashU alum Julia Lindon returns to campus to screen her coming-of-age and coming out half-hour comedy-drama, “Lady Liberty.”
    REBSTOCK HALL, ROOM 215

    Masterclass with Ken Vandermark, saxophone

    RECITAL HALL, 560 MUSIC CENTER

    The Feuilleton and the Ornamental Image: Hofmannsthal, Polgar, Musil

    Patrizia McBride, Director of the Institute for German Cultural Studies & Professor of German at Cornell University
    HURST LOUNGE | DUNCKER HALL, ROOM 201

    ‘Reading as if for life’: Dickens, ‘The Dickensian,’ and the Common Reader

    Miriam Bailin, Associate Professor of English, Washington University
    Busch Hall, Room 100

    With Compliments From the Housewives: Settler Colonialism and Contesting White Public Space in Nairobi

    Meghan Ference is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Brooklyn College
    BUSCH HALL, ROOM 202

    Rule of Law in African Security Sectors and Societies

    Catherine Lena Kelly is an assistant professor of justice and rule of law at the Africa Center for Strategic Studies.
    TBD

    A Fading Pastime? Baseball’s Past, Present, and Future

    A panel discussion with Leonard Cassuto (Fordham University), Steve Gietschier (Lindenwood University), and Chuck Korr (UMSL) on baseball history, the sport’s continuing cultural influence (or lack thereof) in our contemporary moment, as well as the perpetual idea that the sport is dying as we look to its future. Sports & Society Program Initiative, American Culture Studies.
    SEIGLE HALL, ROOM 208

    Blue Gold & Butterflies - A Performance Lecture

    Stephanie Leigh Batiste, Associate Professor of English at the University of California at Santa Barbara, and Director of the Hemispheric South/s Research Initiative
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    The Biggs Family Residency in Classics: Julia Annas

    Julia Annas is Regents Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arizona.

    Facing Deportation: Sephardic Jews, Race, and Immigration Restriction in the United States

    Devin E. Naar, the Isaac Alhadeff Professor of Sephardic Studies and Chair of the Sephardic Studies Progam, University of Washington, Seattle - Adam Cherrick Lecture
    HILLMAN HALL, ROOM 60

    Film Screening: Gegen die Wand

    German 490 (Undergraduate Seminar: Intro to German Cinema) screenings are open to the public.
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    Brian Evenson Craft Talk

    Brian Evenson is the author of a dozen books of fiction, most recently the story collection “A Collapse of Horses” and the novella “The Warren.”
    HURST LOUNGE, DUNCKER 201

    ‘Transnational Solidarity’: Dockworkers and Liberation Struggles

    Peter Cole, Professor of History, Western Illinois University
    Danforth University Center, Room 276

    Transnational Solidarity: Dockworkers and Liberation Struggles

    Peter Cole, Professor of History, Western Illinois University
    Danforth University Center, Room 276

    The Great Merchants: The World of the Sassoons

    Joseph Sassoon, D.Phil, is the Al-Sabah Chair in Politics and Political Economy of the Arab World and Professor School of Foreign Service & History Department at Georgetown University.
    BUSCH HALL, ROOM 18

    Brian Evenson Reading

    Brian Evenson is the author of a dozen books of fiction, most recently the story collection “A Collapse of Horses” and the novella “The Warren.”
    HURST LOUNGE, DUNCKER 201

    IAS Thesis Conference

    TBD

    Panorama

    WUDance Theatre
    EDISON THEATRE

    Stanley Spector Memorial Lecture

    Jilly Traganou, Professor of Architecture and Urbanism, The New School
    TBD

    Manipulate My Fear: How New Forms of (Mis)Information and Processes of Political and Religious Subjection Contribute to the Erosion of Democracy in Brazil

    Jean Wyllys de Matos Santos is a is a Brazilian lecturer, journalist, politician and LGBT rights activist.
    TBD

    Film Screening: Das weiße Band

    German 490 (Undergraduate Seminar: Intro to German Cinema) screenings are open to the public.
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    Performing Sanctuary: ‘Urgent Art’ and the ‘Embassy of the Refugee’

    Rebecca Schreiber, Professor of American Studies, University of New Mexico
    Kemper 103

    Ironbound

    Performing Arts Department production
    A.E. HOTCHNER STUDIO THEATRE

    Women as a Natural Resource in Greek Literature and The Handmaid's Tale

    Clara Bosak-Schroeder, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    Web Graphic Narrative and Platform Culture

    Heekyoung Cho, Associate Professor, Department of Asian Languages & Literature, University of Washington
    Busch Hall, Room 18

    A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Words: Evidence of Female Literacy in Ancient Egypt

    Mariam Ayad, Associate Professor of Egyptology, American University in Cairo
    TBD

    Film Screening: Victoria

    German 490 (Undergraduate Seminar: Intro to German Cinema) screenings are open to the public.
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    An Anti-Imperial Bestiary: Rethinking Empire in Form and Concept

    Antoinette Burton, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
    BUSCH HALL, ROOM 18

    Debilitation in Palestine: Notes Towards Southern Disability Studies

    Jasbir K. Puar is professor and graduate director of Women’s and Gender Studies at Rutgers University.
    Women's Building Formal Lounge

    Germanic Film Series: ‘Good Bye, Lenin!’

    Events are free and open to all of the WashU community!
    Wilson Hall, Room 214

    The Syrian Jihad: What Does the Future Hold?

    Charles is the senior fellow and director of the Countering Terrorism and Extremism program at Middle East Institute.
    BUSCH HALL, ROOM 100

    Undergrad Reading

    Undergraduate students in creative writing read from their fiction, nonfiction and poetry in an event hosted by MFA students.
    HURST LOUNGE, DUNCKER 201

    Film Screening: Toni Erdmann

    German 490 (Undergraduate Seminar: Intro to German Cinema) screenings are open to the public.
    UMRATH HALL, ROOM 140

    Book Talk: Abram Van Engen

    Abram Van Engen, Associate Professor of English, discusses his new book, City on a Hill: History of American Exceptionalism.
    WOMEN'S BUILDING FORMAL LOUNGE

    MFA Readings

    Second-year MFA students read from their fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.
    HURST LOUNGE, DUNCKER 201

    MFA Readings

    Second-year MFA students read from their fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.
    HURST LOUNGE, DUNCKER 201

    Religious Studies Senior Symposium

    Come hear our graduating majors present their capstone research and celebrate their achievements!
    TBD

    Transnational Framings: The German Literary Field in the Age of Nationalism, 1848-1919

    25th Biennial St. Louis Symposium on German Literature and Culture
    TBD

    International Humanities Prize 2020 - Patti Smith

    Internationally renowned singer, writer, performer and visual artist Patti Smith will receive the International Humanities Prize on Tuesday, November 17, 2020.
    TBA

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