Germany is a country of immigrants. Those who immigrate bring not only their memories, but also their own rituals of thought, which meet and eventually combine with the traditions of the East and West. In addition to feelings of shock and dismay, there is also a sense of celebratory—either proud or aggressive—commemoration at home in Germany today. What does this mean for the future—and the past—of our society?
This event will be held in German
Conceived by Mischa Gabowitsch, Potsdam
With Alice von Bieberstein, Berlin; Irit Dekel, Jena; J. Olaf Kleist, Osnabrück; Jan Plamper, London/Greifswald; Michael Rothberg, Los Angeles