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Read the blog post exchange between Kilian Harrer and Paul Breines on Mosse’s reading of Foucault.
Watch the panel on Mosse and the 1960s from the Madison Reunion:
- UW-Madison alumnus, Sidney Iwanter, discusses recording Professor Mosse’s lectures in 1971. Two of the lectures he discusses will be used in our forthcoming Continuing Studies course, “European Racism, Antisemitism, and the Fate of Liberalism, 1890-1945.” The next class will run from 22 January – 10 March 2019, for more information about the course or to register visit go.wisc.edu/mosse call 608-262-2451. Below you can watch a trailer for the class:
- Medaon recently published an article by Dieter Langewiesche, “Bildungsliberalismus und deutsches Judentum. Historische Reflexionen auf den Spuren von George L. Mosse.”
- The Mosse Program is a direct beneficiary of current restitution efforts to locate and return the art collection of Rudolf Mosse (grandfather of George L. Mosse). The most recently restored work is this Antonine-era mummy portrait. For recent developments, and for more information, visit the Mosse Art Project.
- Smithsonian Magazine just ran a long article on the Mosse Art Restitution project, “The Lost Maidens of Berlin.”
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