In 1943, hundreds of non-Jewish women defied the Nazi regime. They demanded the release of their Jewish husbands who had been incarcerated by the Nazi regime, only succeeding by putting their own lives on the line. They showed how ordinary people can become heroes by defying authority and taking risks, day by day.
What does it mean to live in exile, forcefully displaced from one’s home? In this collection of articles, European writers offer a glimpse into the reality of life as a refugee from the war in Ukraine. Everyday details — dishes piled in the sink, food left to rot in the freezer — give shape to the abstract implications of being uprooted.
What do we dream of? This question is at the center of the Humboldt Magazin’s new issue. Which daydreams, pipe dreams, and nightmares determine our present? Students, cultural critics, and artists from South America share their thoughts in this collection.
This online magazine invites experts, artists, and authors to take part in a joint exchange. It offers local and global perspectives on postcolonialism, sustainability, post-digital cultures, feminism, and current affairs.
In the worst case, targeted disinformation can become a real and present threat to our democracy. A number of initiatives in Germany have responded by taking on the mission of fact checking information on the net.