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Read Mosse Exchange Fellow Abby Lewis’ review of Sara Blair’s new book How the Other Half Looks: The Lower East Side and the Afterlives of Images (Princeton University Press, 2018).
Listen to Professor David Sorkin discuss his new book, Jewish Emancipation: A History Across Five Centuries (Princeton University Press, 2019).
Thanks for tuning in to the Strauch-Mosse Lecture Fall 2019. Rebuilding from the Ashes, presented by Lesley University Board of Trustees Chair Hans Strauch, chronicles the journey of the Mosse family and their efforts to reclaim the family’s place in the center of Berlin and rekindle a family legacy of art and philanthropy after fleeing from the Nazis ahead of World War II.Read more here: https://lynx.social/StrauchMosseFall2019
Posted by Lesley University on Friday, October 25, 2019
Read the University of Wisconsin Press story about the new Mosse Series title.
Read Andreas Huyssen’s essay, “Behemoth Rises Again: Not an Analogy!” which is based on the lecture he gave at the “Mosse’s Europe” conference.
Read the UW News report on the “Mosse’s Europe” conference, “Berlin conference explores influence of UW-Madison’s Professor Mosse.”
Read Jonathon Catlin and Lotte Houwink ten Cate’s report on the “Mosse’s Europe” conference on the Journal of the History of Ideas Blog, “George L. Mosse at One Hundred: A Child of His Century.”
Listen to Andreas Beckmann’s report on the “Mosse’s Europe” conference for Deutschlandfunk, “Kongress zum 100. Geburtstag von George Mosse:
Wie die Kulturwissenschaft europäischen Faschismus erklärt.”
Read Torsten Flüh’s review of the “Mosse’s Europe” conference, “George L. Mosses Erinnerung an den Klippen Europas und 50 Jahre Stonewall,” on Night Out @ Berlin.
On the blog, read Kenny Kolander’s review of Dan Hummel’s Covenant Brothers: Evangelicals, Jews, and U.S.-Israeli Relations (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019).
On the blog, read Nadine Zimmerli’s post, “Teaching German History Through Novels.”
On the blog, listen to Othmar Plöckinger’s lecture, “Mein Kampf: An Infamous Book as a Historical Source.”
On the blog, listen to Philipp Stelzel’s lecture, “The Myth of the Resentful Émigré.”
Read_Professor Dagmar Herzog describe her work Unlearning Eugenics on the SSRCInsights page, “Debating Abortion and Disability Rights: The Lasting Impact of Nazi Eugenics.”
Read the H-Diplo Roundtable on Dagmar Herzog’s Unlearning Eugenics: Sexuality, Reproduction, and Disability in Post-Nazi Europe.
Medaon put out an article by Dieter Langewiesche, “Bildungsliberalismus und deutsches Judentum. Historische Reflexionen auf den Spuren von George L. Mosse.”
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