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FRIDA KAHLO, AU-DELÀ DES APPARENCES

15.09.2022 – 05.03.2023 Le Palais Galliera célèbre Frida Kahlo (6 juillet 1907-13 juillet 1954), l’une des artistes les plus reconnues et influentes du XXe siècle. Loin des clichés qui entourent sa personnalité, l’exposition Frida Kahlo,&#46…

Geschichte der Gegenwart

par Elias Ricken Tandis que les bibliothèques, instituts et universités ont dû fermer leurs portes et limiter leur offre pendant la première période du Covid, le site de publication en langue allemande « Geschichte…

Visiting PACSCL – Part 1: Facing Digital Transformations Together

By Tim Feind Editorial note: Tim Feind completed his bachelor studies in Leipzig and is in the final phase of his  master studies in History at the University of Vienna in Austria. His main interests are in social and economic history, women and gender history since the 18th century, and theories and structures of punishment in historical perspective. Active in student government, he is also interested in political questions related to the working conditions in the academic field. He completed an internship at the … Continue reading Visiting PACSCL – Part 1: Facing Digital Transformations Together

A series of photo exhibitions: village life in Eastern Anatolia (1957–1979)

12 September 2022 | Author: Martin GreveNobody looked at their photos for decades: Kurt and Ursula Reinhard (1914–1979; 1915–2006) and Dieter Christensen (1932–2017) were known as musicologists and dealt with the audible world. During numerous research trips, they traveled to villages in different regions of Eastern Anatolia and beyond: The Reinhards traveled, for example, to Kars, Antakya, Malatya, Sivas, Gaziantep and the Black Sea coast; Christensen to Siirt and Hakkari.

LAWHA at DOT2022 in Berlin

The LAWHA Team is participating at the Deutscher Orientalistentag in Berlin this September, with two interventions. PANEL: CULTURAL INFRASTRUCTURES IN LEBANON’S ART WORLD When: Tuesday, 13 September, 9-11amWhere: FU Berlin, Rost-und Silberlaube, …

Human Genetics with(out) Eugenic Knowledge? Towards a History of Knowledge about Human Heredity in West Germany

Since 1945, no German book on eugenics has been published. However, during two decades of reconstruction of the science of human genetics, which is fundamental to eugenics, the problems of eugenics repeatedly came to the fore and were discussed lively in wide circles.1 In the preface to his monograph Eugenik. Kommende Generationen in der Sicht … Continue reading Human Genetics with(out) Eugenic Knowledge? Towards a History of Knowledge about Human Heredity in West Germany

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Glimpses into a History of Knowledge on the Antimalarial Lariam® in Zambia

You may have heard of the antimalarial agent mefloquine during the Covid-19 pandemic, as scientists suggested repurposing the drug to combat the novel coronavirus. Most drugs are developed for the body of a 27-year-old male Caucasian, and so was this antimalarial. Mefloquine was discovered in the Antimalaria Drug Discovery Program—the biggest program of its kind—launched … Continue reading Glimpses into a History of Knowledge on the Antimalarial Lariam® in Zambia

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