November 1, 6:00pm EDT | Goethe-Institut New York | Conversation
The City after Corona
In their new book The City After Corona, authors Doris Kleilein and Friederike Meyer explore the pandemic's effects on urban development and examine which architecture, infrastructures, and public spaces are suitable for crises. Join us for a conversation presenting their findings, moderated by Mariana Mogilevich, the Editor in Chief of Urban Omnibus and author of The Invention of Public Space.
Through November 4 | Goethe-Institut New York | Exhibition
Thomas Mann: Democracy Will Win!
Using the Thomas Mann House in Pacific Palisades as an anchor point, this exhibition traces Mann's political biography from monarchist to his exile in the U.S. during National Socialism and his transition to fierce advocate for democracy. This history is used to probe current political and cultural realities, using multimedia examples from around the world, and ask how we can defend and sustainably strengthen democracy.
November 11-14 | Online & In-Person | Literary Festival
Festival Neue Literatur: Turn and Face the Strange
Now entering its second decade, Festival Neue Literatur highlights new literature from Austria, Germany Switzerland, and the U.S., with Liechtenstein joining the lineup for the first time this year. The program, curated by Tess Lewis and Alta Price, will include in-person and digital events that feature writers and publishing luminaries, including Isabel Fargo Cole and Sasha Marianna Salzmann from Germany.
Thru January 31, 2022 | Online | Translator's Prize
2022 Helen & Kurt Wolff Translator's Prize
Publishers are encouraged to send in submissions for the next Helen and Kurt Wolff Translator's Prize. Established in 1996 and funded by the German government, the Prize is awarded each year to honor an outstanding literary translation from German into English published in the USA the previous year.
December 2-17 | Online | Language Courses
Super Intensive Courses
Did you know we're offering Super Intensive Courses for beginners in December? These courses take place December 2-17 and cover a workload of 20 teaching units in 4 sessions per week. Have a look at our course finder for more information and book your course now!