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Congratulations to This Year's Harvard Internships in Germany and Austria!

May 23, 2015

Thanks to the outstanding efforts of Ruth Sondermann, our Department’s Work-Abroad councilor, a number of Harvard Students have received exciting summer internships in Western Europe: John Gilheany (Duff and Phelps, Frankfurt), Achim Harzheim (ECON Renewable Energy Consulting, Essen), Adela Kim (Landesmuseum für moderne Kunst, Photographie und Architektur, Berlin), Dominique Kim (Zentrum für Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe), Tim LaVelle (Technische Universität, Aachen), Toni Li (RWE, Energy Consulting, Essen...

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Eric Rentschler, along with David Bathrick and Andreas Huyssen, co-edited the special issue of New German Critique (no. 122, Spring 2014) entitled "Miriam Hansen: Cinema, Experience, and the Public Sphere."

August 15, 2014

The volume includes a roundtable discussion on "Cinema and the Legacies of Critical Theory" and articles by, among others, Susan Buck-Morss, Edward Dimendberg, Mary Ann Doane, Tom Gunning, Martin Jay, Gertrud Koch, Laura Mulvey, David Rodowick, Heide Schlüpmann, and Yuri Tsivian.

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Stephen Mitchell has co-edited a new volume: Minni and Muninn. Memory in Medieval Nordic Culture (Acta Scandinavica 4, Brepols, 2014)

February 23, 2014

Co-Edited with Pernille Hermann and Agnes S. Arnórsdóttir, the volume presents articles that deal with the vocabulary, concepts, and functions of memory in medieval Norse texts (e.g., sagas, myths, skaldic poems, laws, runic inscriptions, historiographical writings), with reference to international memory studies.

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