Exiles in Hollywood: Music of Film Composers suppressed by the Nazis.
The music of Korngold, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Tansman, and Weinberg.
16 October 2023
Danielle Spera: Shoah Commemoration and Cultures of Remembrance in Austria
14 – 15 May 2023
Concrete Dreams: Urban Infrastructure and the Regulation of Human Behavior in the Global Twentieth Century:
Andrew Demshuk, Anna-Christine Grant, Andreas Greiner, Jan Hansen, Milos Jovanovic, Juliana Kei, Ognjen Kojanic, Brigitte Le Normand, Paul Lerner, Tambet Muide, Christoph Schimkowsky, Laura Isabel Serna, Oliver Sukrow, Katherine Zubovich.
25 April 2023
Exile and Resistance Lecture Series:
The Poetry of Exile.
Poetry reading by Lan Duong and Ghayath Almadhoun
18 April 2023
Men of Valor and Anxiety. Polish-Jewish Masculinities & the Challenge of Modernity
21 February 2023
Award-winning translator Ross Benjamin – On translating Kafka diaries
13 February 2023
Silvia Kargl and Friedemann Pestel
The German Reich’s other flagship orchestra? The Vienna Philharmonic, National Socialism and beyond.
March 2018: Paul Lerner, Marje Schuetze-Coburn (USC Libraries), Hon. Andreas Launer (Austrian Consul General), Regina Range (USC Visiting Scholar), Hon. Thomas Schneider (Swiss Consul General) meet at USC’s Feuchtwanger Memorial Library for a Casden Seminar by Regina Range: “The Invisible Ones: Reconstructing the Hollywood Lives and Careers of Three Female Austrian-Jewish Exiles”.