Aesthetics in German History

Aesthetics in German History

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Cambridge German History Research Group
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CB2 1ST
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Cambridge
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United Kingdom
Vom - Bis
18.05.2022 - 15.06.2022
Von
Philipp Heckmann-Umhau, Faculty of History, University of Cambridge

The Cambridge German History Research Group hosts a series of hybrid seminars on the subject of "Aesthetics in German History". Seminars will be open to all, and free to attend.

Aesthetics in German History

The Cambridge German History Research Group is holding a series of talks on the subject of "Aesthetics in German History". All events are open and free to attend via Zoom. For joining details, please email germanhistoryworkshop@gmail.com.

Programm

Wednesday 18 May, 16:30–17.30 (BST)
OLIVER PUCKEY (Cambridge), The Philharmonic Society and Covent Garden Theatre: Two Case-Studies in the Reception of German Romantic Music in Late-Georgian London

Thursday 19 May, 16:30–17.30 (BST)
NOEMI QUAGLIATI (Deutsches Museum, Munich), Militarised Visualities: Photographed Landscape in World War I Germany

Wednesday 1 June, 16:30–17.30 (BST)
NISRINE RAHAL (German Historical Institute, Washington D.C.), Children’s Play and Freedom: The Kindergarten and the Politics of Aesthetic Education During the Revolutionary Era in German Speaking Europe

Thursday 02 June, 16:30–17.30 (BST)
FREDERICK CROFTS (Cambridge and Tübingen), Images, networks, and subjectivity in the visual ego-documents of Marcus zum Lamm (1544–1606) and Johann Jakob Wick (1522–1588)

Thursday 09 June, 16:30–17.30 (BST)
MANUELA PEITZ (Free University Berlin), Aesthetics in the Political Thought of Hannah Arendt

Wednesday 15 June, 16:30–17.30 (BST)
EMILY STEWART LONG (New York University), Goethe and the Gestalt of German Poetry, 1780–1830

Kontakt

E-Mail: germanhistoryworkshop@gmail.com

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