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UNC Russian Flagship Program Featured on UNC.EDU

November 30, 2020

“Russian Language Flagship Program Prepares Students to Become Global Professionals“: Meredith Doubleday and Stanislav Shvabrin discuss the newly-established UNC Russian Flagship Program (UNCRFP) with Korie Dean (University Communications) for a feature on Carolina’s homepage, with a contribution from UNCRFP participant … Read more

Richard Langston Publishes New Book: Dark Matter: A Guide to Alexander Kluge and Oskar Negt

September 18, 2020

Richard Langston, Unravelling the Thought of Frankfurt School Theorists Alexander Kluge and Oskar Negt (Verso, 2020) Collaborators for more than four decades, lawyer, author, filmmaker, and multimedia artist Alexander Kluge and social philosopher Oskar Negt are an exceptional duo in the history …

Radical Diversity: Los Angeles – Pricilla Layne

September 11, 2020

Right-wing extremism, everyday racism and racialized microaggressions, and pressure to “assimilate” – all of these constructs affecting racialized minorities result from an inability and unwillingness to respect and appreciate the radical diversity that underscores our societies. Max Czollek (“De-integrate Yourselves”) … Read more

Challenging German national identity: Priscilla Layne

August 28, 2020

Priscilla Layne is an associate professor in the department of Germanic and Slavic languages and an adjunct assistant professor in the department of African, African American and diaspora studies within the UNC College of Arts & Sciences. Through literature and film, … Read more