American Studies

Taking an examination of US-American reeducation policies in Germany and Japan after World War II from a comparative and transnational perspective as its point of departure the conference broadens the focus beyond this specific geographical constellation and beyond the period of the immediate postwar to problematize and discuss the concept of “reeducation” in a broader sense.

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Der 11. September 2001: (K)eine Zeitenwende? Die Anschläge vom 11. September 2001 liegen in diesem Jahr 20 Jahre zurück, ihre Folgen weltweit und damit auch für Deutschland sind bis heute präsent...

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This virtual lecture series brings together scholars from around the globe in a series of talks. Project fellow Mark Kelley (Florida International University) will kick off the series on November 12th, 2020 with a talk titled „Alone, Together: Feeling Through 19th-Century Sailors in Eras of Global Isolation.“

Category: American Studies