This semester the UC Berkeley German Department will once again offer the undergraduate seminar “Multicultural Germany,” which will focus on migration and mobility in post-WWII German history. In the coming weeks, we hope to share some of the conversation generated within the classroom here on the project blog. As part of the course, students will post weekly summaries of class discussion as well as book and film reviews throughout the semester. Instruction starts January 22 – stay tuned!
- Overcoming Static Inertia: Ilija Trojanow’s “Nach der Flucht”
- CFP: Berkeley Interdisciplinary German Studies Conference on “Arrested Mobilities: Stillness, Power and Modernity” (Feb. 25-26, 2022, Online)
- CFP: Edited Volume on Asian German Film and Media (ed. Qinna Shen, Zach Ramon Fitzpatrick, Qingyang Freya Zhou)
- Reflections on a Postmigrant Turn
- Überlegungen zu einem Postmigrant Turn
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