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No right life in the wrong one?

Educational scientist Yandé Thoen-McGeehan has just published her first novel “Weiße Wolken” (“White Clouds”), in which three protagonists are confronted in very different ways with the contradictions of contemporary society.

The unreconciled theorist

Philipp Felsch’s book Der Philosoph: Habermas und wir, discusses contemporary and intellectual history and its relation to the work of a great Frankfurt philosopher. A review by Felix Kämper In

Double barrier to antibiotics

Two scientists at Goethe University Frankfurt are seeking weaknesses in sophisticated bacterial defense systems. Their goal: Find new approaches to combat bacterial infections – something they will also be focusing

From clinical cardiology to the lab and back

Promoting young researchers at the Cardio-Pulmonary Institute (CPI) excellence cluster: Julian Leberzammer, a young medical doctor supervised by Prof. Andreas Zeiher and Prof. Stefanie Dimmeler, examines how macrophages respond to systemic inflammation.

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Download it now: The New Goethe Uni App 2.0

Dear Students, Now you can organize your everyday university life even more easily and conveniently: With the new Goethe University App 2.0, you can, for example, directly access your course

The Powerlessness of the Working Class in the 21st Century

British political scientist Cain Shelley is a fellow at Goethe University’s Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften Institute for Advanced Studies working on „A Class For Itself?: The Future of Class Politics.“ Nowadays, the

Encounters with police violence

The KviAPol research project deals with “Police Use of Excessive Force”. UniReport: Ms. Abdul-Rahman, Professor Singelnstein, the Black Lives Matter movement in the US in particular likely roused people throughout

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