Upcoming Events

MKC Lecture: “The Voice of the Reader: Intertextual Readings of Black German Literature” with Dr. Andrea dawn Bryant

Thursday, February 9, 2022 at 6p ET
IUPUI – Cavanaugh Hall, room 223

This talk is free and open to all.  Limited parking vouchers will be available.

Talk abstract: Beginning with reflections of an influential quote by Audre Lorde, “your silence will not protect you,” this talk considers how Black German-speaking women authors employ intertextuality as a powerful form of literariness, empowerment, and activism. In it, I trace the lineage of this singular line as it appears transnationally across a series of genres and two languages to affect positive change. I conclude by inviting others to experience the original call through visual, audial, and multisensory cues.

Dr. Bryant is a lecturer of German at Appalachian State University.

 

Feminist German Studies Writing Workshop

Feb. 10-12, 2023

This workshop is a closed event.

 

Max Kade Film Series @ Athenaeum

Join MKC at the Athenaeum for a co-sponsored series of films from acclaimed movieman, Billy Wilder: Emil und die Detektive and Sunset Boulevard.

Emil und die Detektive, Feb. 23 @ 7p.

Written by Wilder, based on the beloved children’s book by Erich Kästner, this film is a rollicking good detective story for the whole family, who will be shouting “Parola Emil!” on the way home.

Sunset Boulevard, Mar. 23 @ 7p.

A classic Hollywood film about Hollywood and perhaps Wilder’s best-known film.

IUPUI students attend for free. Contact Dr. Neuman (nmneuman@iu.edu) to secure your ticket.