Hannah Arendt and the Humanities: On the Relevance of Her Work Beyond the Realm of Politics

FSI Stanford, The Europe Center Workshop

Ulrich Baer - Professor of German and Comparative Literature, New York University; Vice Provost for Global Programs and Multiculturalism
Sonja Boos - Visiting Assistant Professor of German, Oberlin College & Conservatory
Stephan Braese - Professor of European Jewish Literature and Cultural History, RWTH Aachen University
Nir Evron - Ph.D. Candidate in Comparative Literature, Stanford University
Amir Eshel - Charles Michael Chair in Jewish History and Culture; Director, Forum on Contemporary Europe, Stanford University
Barbara Hahn - Distinguished Professor of German, Vanderbilt University
Robert Harrison - Rosina Pierotti Professor of Italian Literature, Stanford University
Christine Ivanovic - Visiting Professor, Department of German Language and Literature, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo
Martin Klebes - Assistant Professor of German, University of Oregon
Eyal Peretz - Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, Indiana University
Liliane Weissberg - Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor in the School of Arts and Sciences; Professor of German and Comparative Literature, University of Pennsylvania
Thomas Wild - Berlin

Barbara Hahn's talk, "'Rhythms with Meaning Would Delight Her' - Hannah Arendt's Encounters with American Poet/ms" and Q&A session

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