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March 2017

Reclaiming one’s German heritage

in Philosophies/Society
Central European map. Public domain image

On a personal level, I can now feel the profound healing of knowing and owning my identity, as well as not having any divisions of our homeland coming in between the sides of my family.

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Robin Abramovic, the artist with he(art)

in Arts/Society
Robin Abramovic

“When you only produce art to please people, it ceases to be authentic.”

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No more racists: is that like whistling in the wind?

in Arts/Opinion
Chicago resident Emmett Till was visiting his grandparents in Mississippi when he was the victim of a racist murder.

Emmett Til, the face that launched the Civil Rights Movement.

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Fifty shades of fur

in O & P Highlights/Reviews/Theater
MADLEN MEYER AND PETER SEATON-CLARK OF ENGLISH THEATRE LEIPZIG PERFORM DAVID IVES’ VENUS IN FUR (c) 2017 Cappucchino & ETL

From now on, if ever I come across a statue of Venus, I will look at it differently.

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Why international students love Germany

in Leipzig tips/Lifestyle/Travel

What makes Germany the complete package when you want to study abroad?

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Teresa Bergman: longing for Leipzig still

in Music/My Leipzig/Philosophies
Teresa Bergman will perform in Leipzig, her favorite city in Germany, on 31 March. Photo: Tim Rochels
Teresa Bergman will perform in Leipzig, her favorite city in Germany, on 31 March. Photo: Tim Rochels

Singer Teresa Bergman, from New Zealand, tells us why Leipzig is “secretly [her] favourite city in Germany,” and invites us to come see her play at Horns Erben on 31 March.

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