Students and staff at the University of Oxford have been celebrating the inauguration of Prof. Henrike Lähnemann as the Chair for Medieval German Literature and Linguistics. 467 more words
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The Guns of August.
A masterfully written and easy-to-read account of the first month of the First World War.
Refreshingly, the book does not begin with the demise of the Habsburg heir, but with an account of a prior funeral, which serves to showcase the peculiar propensities and invidious and insidious intentions of Kaiser Wilhelm II. 271 more words
Eva Clarke, who was born in a cart as her mother was transferred from the Nazi Auschwitz extermination camp, will be giving a talk on her remarkable story for a special event coming up at Kingston University on Monday, February 1st, 2016. 211 more words
Refugees Experience Diversity through Local Museums
Dr Jan-Jonathan Bock explores the role of local museums in Berlin, with their depictions of migrant histories for integration efforts. 1,214 more words