Monthly Archives: April 2013

Autobiography by Ghanaian-born German Soccer Player Gerald Asamoah

Gerald Asamoah’s autobiography, Dieser Weg wird kein leichter sein tells of his childhood in Ghana, his move to Germany at age twelve, and his career as a professional soccer player, during which he encountered instances of intense racism.

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Spiegel Article Presents Turkish-German Cookbook as “Integration Hit”

In the article “Köfte-Rezept: Türkisch für Anfänger”  hobby cook Peter Wagner continues a series on cooking basics by reviewing the cookbook Sofralar: Türkisch kochen auf Deutsch and adapting a recipe from the book, which stems from the blog KochDichTürkisch. Of particular interest is how … Continue reading

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Cultural Memory in France and Bosnia

Wednesday, April 24, 1-3pm 201 Moses Hall, UC Berkeley Moving Europe continues with two presentations on cultural memory: Soraya Tlatli (University of California, Berkeley, French Department): “Fragmented Memories in Postcolonial France” Emina Musanovic (University of California, Berkeley, German Department): “Clean … Continue reading

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Lecture: Remaking the European City: Amsterdam, Globalization, and Street Art

Lecture by Prof. Christoph Lindner (University of Amsterdam) on April 23 Remaking the European City: Amsterdam, Globalization, and Street Art Date: April 23 Place: 201 Moses Hall, 12.30-1.30pm This presentation is about art, globalization, and urban counterculture in 21st-century Europe. … Continue reading

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Talk: “New Face, Old Place: Multicultural Identity and Professional Creativity”

Tuesday, April 16 9:30-11:00 am 79 Dwinelle Hall, UC Berkeley Senem Onen will present her research on multiculturalism and entrepreneurship, focusing on the Manzara Istanbul vacation apartments as a case study in return migration and the rebranding of both traditional places … Continue reading

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Chronology 2012

We would like to draw your attention to our Chronology today. Please check out our updated entries for 2012. You can also find the entire Chronology by clicking on the link listed at the top of this page.

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