Art to fix a broken world
The selection of three artists from the Philippines, Turkey, and Iraq marks the inauguration of Academy in Exile’s Artist-in-Residence Program in Berlin. The project is funded by Allianz Kulturstiftung. Berlin, Germany – Out of a hundred applications from 38 … more info
Essen / Berlin, Germany – The Academy in Exile is pleased to announce that The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded a grant to support Academy in Exile’s Afghanistan program. In October 2021, AiE received funding from the VolkswagenStiftung to initiate an Afghanistan … more info
Frank Olbert of the Jüdische Allgemeine published an article outlining how in academia, following Russia’s attack on Ukraine, internationalism is translating into an increasing number of emergency stipends or fellowships. Academy in Exile is mentioned as a paragon of the current emergency programs with regard … more info
Academy in Exile’s upcoming Afghanistan Program is featured in Nano Magazine, a daily Science Magazine on 3Sat TV, a German-language public service television channel. The short feature discusses the prospects of Afghan students and scholars after the Taliban’s return to power.
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An article about the state of Gender Studies in Hungary by JUDITH LANGOWSKI (Tagesspiegel), in which also our former Fellow Anikó Gregor contributes her views
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Uluslarötesi Edebiyat Arşivi – Yunus Ülger’in haberi
Yunus Ülger (COSMO Köln Radyosu) talked with Davut Yeşilmen, assistant for the creation of the archive, and novelist Kemal Yalçın, who was the first author to donate his personal archive to the University Duisburg-Essen
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Inspireeurope initiative released its report, “Researchers at Risk: Mapping Europe’s Response”, based on the survey conducted with scholars at risk, host institutions and organizations, and other organizations and projects supporting scholars.
Inspireurope promotes cooperation across Europe in support of researchers at risk. As pressures on … more info
Interview with Jane O. Newman, professor in the Department of Comparative Literature at UCI, about the impetus for the book Refugee Routes: Telling, Looking, Protesting, Redressing
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ANU Director of the Research School of Humanities and the Arts and Director of the Australian Studies Institute at the Australian National University, Professor Paul Pickering, has joined the international advisory board of the Academy in Exile.
Professor Pickering said that he is honored to accept … more info
Interview with sociologist Judit Takács on the situation of the queer community and movement in Hungary by Bilke Schnibbe (ak – analyse und Kritik)
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