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Congratulations to recent graduates of the German Program

Congratulations to recent graduates Elisa Santucci, Maya Nitis, and Jason Yonover, who are now working at Johns Hopkins University, Morgan State University, and Princeton University. After successfully defending his dissertation […]

The Conductor (2021)

The Conductor (2021)

Professor Bernadette Wegenstein‘s feature-length documentary The Conductor (2021) opened this winter to critical acclaim in a half-dozen North American cities, from New York to San Francisco. Wegenstein’s glowing portrait of […]

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