During her time in London Goethe@LUX artist in residence Sonya Schönberger has been researching the impact of the Kenyan cut flowers industry. In this discussion she will be joined by Australian artist Gabriella Hirst.
Fleeing the German occupation of Paris, George heads for Marseille in 1941. After adopting the identity of another man, his fate becomes entangled with the other man’s wife – and that of others trying to leave Europe.
If you’ve ever wondered who coined famous phrases like “my belly belongs to me” or founded the first feminist newspapers, you now have the answers at your fingertips. Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the history of the German women’s movement is available online for the first time in the Digitales Deutsches Frauenarchiv (Digital German Women’s Archive).
Alexander von Humboldt has many enthusiastic supporters, but also some critics. On the science superstar’s 250th birthday, experts warn that his greatness as a person has been exaggerated, though no one disputes his accomplishments as a researcher.