Centre for Anglo-German Cultural Relations

Events

 

The Centre for Anglo-German Cultural Relations is delighted to invite to:

THE LONDON KLEIST LECTURE:
The Allure of the Supernatural: Heinrich von Kleist's Romantic Challenge to Enlightment Reason

The London Kleist Lecture 2020

Tuesday, 11th February 2020
TIME: 18:00 - 20:00
ArtsOne Lecture Theatre, Mile End campus, Queen Mary University of London

Guest speaker: 
Professor Helmut J. Schneider (University of Bonn)

The Allure of the Supernatural: Heinrich von Kleist's Romantic Challenge to Enlightment Reason

Please register HERE.


ALL WELCOME.

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Please join us for the next BASF Lecture by:

Uwe Schütte (Aston University in Birmingham):

The Swastika, Autobahn and Trans Europa Express – Kraftwerk in English Perspectives

Date: 18 February 2020
Time: 6.15pm
Venue: Arts One Lecture Theatre, Mile End campus, Queen Mary University of London, 327 Mile End Road, London E1 4NS

 

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THE THIRD THOMAS MANN LECTURE

The Third Thomas Mann Lecture 2019

On 27 November 2019, the third Thomas Mann Lecture took place at the ETH Zurich. The lecture, given by Professor Rüdiger Görner, focused on the visual media that Thomas Mann used very early and consciously for his self-representation in public as an author.

For more information and to watch the lecture (in German), please click HERE.

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New BASF Lecture Series      BASF logo

BASF Lecture Series on Anglo-German Matters 2019/20 

26 November 2019: Room 1.28 ArtsOne 
Building: Adrian von Buttlar (Freie Universität Berlin) – Cultural transfer in Matters of Architecture: Leo von Klenze in Britain 1836/1851/1853

21 January 2020: Maximiliaan van Woudenberg (Cambridge):  Anglo-German Cosmopolitanism at the Villa Diodati in 1816

18 February 2020: Uwe Schütte (Aston University in Birmingham) – The Swastika, Autobahn and Trans Europa Express – Kraftwerk in English Perspectives

10 March 2020: Mara Delius (Die Welt, Berlin) – The meaning of reviewing literature in Britain and Germany

31 March 2020: Maike Oergel (University of Nottingham) – Britain, Germany and Brexit: The Legacy of the 19th-century ‘Germanic’

21 May 2020: Philip Oltermann (The Guardian London/Berlin) – Working as an Anglo-German ‘foreign’ correspondent

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Director's RESEARCH SEMINAR 2019/20:

Aspects of British-German Modernism in Culture

& Oscar Levy Research Forum for Nietzsche Studies, Convenor: Josh Torabi, PhD Candidate

Venue: Lockkeeper’s Cottage

Time: 4-6 pm

Sem A

25th October: Encountering W. Lewis’s Tarr

15th November: British Romanticism in Germany around 1910

6th December: Presentations from Research Students

Sem B

31st January: Oscar Levy Nietzsche Forum. (JT)

14th February: Anglo-German transfers in the Visual Arts & Music around 1900

27th March: British-German Philosophical Discourses around 1900

22nd May: Oscar Levy Forum/Presentation from Research Students

 

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