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German News & Announcements
The German program is hosting two events related to the recent bicentenary of Karl Marx’s birth. A screening of “The Young Marx” (2017), directed by Raoul Peck, will be held on October 3, Wednesday, at 6 pm in Remsen 101. Refreshments will be provided. On October 11, Thursday, starting at 5:30 pm an informal discussion about the Marxian legacy will […]
Jason Yonover’s essay “Goethe, Maimon, and Spinoza’s Third Kind of Cognition” was just published in the 25th volume of the Goethe Yearbook, edited by Adrian Daub (Stanford) and Elisabeth Krimmer (UC Davis). The article is available for download via Cambridge Core, JSTOR, and other resources.
Congratulations to Hannah Froehle (’13), who was awarded a DAAD scholarship to study economics in Berlin! She graduated Hopkins with honors in German, for the thesis “Digging Beneath the Rubble: Ernst Jünger’s Kriegsmythos.”