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EUROPEAN HISTORY / STUDIES
In the years since 2000, historians have lavished attention on the modes and mutations of religious toleration, from the earliest manifestations of pluralization in the aftermath of the “Luther Affair,” though the formation of institutional confessions, the crucible of seventeenth-century religious warfare, and the emergence of supra-confessional toleration as a principle of enlightened statecraft. Among the most fruitful contributions to this historiography are works that examine the everyday practices of cohabitation in confessionally plural communities.
The Black German Heritage and Research Association (BGHRA) is collaborating with the University of Toronto in hosting the 3-day conference, “Transnational Perspectives on Black Germany,” in Toronto, Ontario, on May 23-25, 2018. The event will feature keynote addresses by Fatima El-Tayeb and Noah Sow, a screening of “On Second Glance” (dir. Sheri Hagen, 2012) at TIFF’s Bell Lightbox with filmmaker in attendance, and a dance-music-word tribute to Afro-German poet and activist May Ayim by guest artists Oxana Chi and Layla Zami.
We are pleased to announce that the Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies at the University of Victoria is now accepting applications for our two-year interdisciplinary MA Stream in Holocaust Studies.
MLA 2019 (Jan 3-6, 2019, Chicago, IL)
Defining Bodies: Medical Discourses In German-Speaking Countries
(Barbara Kosta, Helga Thorson, organizers)
(Women in German-sponsored session)