The Ethics of Protest

A discussion evening held in late June at Goethe University Frankfurt’s Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften Institute for Advanced Studies took a philosophical look at the pro-democracy protests in Israel. [Editor’s note: This

Rainbow Day: Career Fair for the LGBTQIA+ Community

Goethe University Frankfurt’s Career Service is continuously expanding its offerings for students and graduates, and introducing a novelty this year: The first career and contact fair for diversity at a

A New Look at the Black Power Movement

The conference on “New Directions in the History of the Black Power Movement”, organized by Prof. Simon Wendt, is open to the public. The black fists raised by two African

Laocoön and His Sons in Frankfurt

Goethe University’s Sculpture Hall has received a prominent addition: a true-to-original copy of the monumental statue of Laocoön and his sons recently became part of the Collection of Classical Antiquities,

The Dilemma of Technological Postmodernism

At the beginning of the 20th century, the world of physics is in turmoil. Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle and Einstein’s theory of relativity have ushered in a new era – partly

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