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At the end of 2022, Hasan Kujjah finished publishing his large scale project on poetry and writing about Aleppo. His monumental 'Aleppo Through Poets' Eyes and in the Writings of Historians, Scholars, Visitors and Literati' collects and indexes more than 900 poems, descriptions, and impressions about the city. The first three volumes focus on the poetry (written from the 7th to the 21st century). The fourth volume focuses on descriptions and impressions from historians, visitors, and writers, over a time span of fifteen centuries.

We sat down with Hasan Kujjah to talk about his work, about poetry and what it discloses about the Middle East and Aleppo, about what makes Aleppo such a beloved subject for poets and writers, among many other things.

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Vorstellung unserer neuen Schriftenreihe: "Arbeiten zu Sprachgebrauch und Kommunikation zur Zeit des Nationalsozialismus" – ein Interview mit Heidrun Kämper und Britt-Marie Schuster

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Sabine Zurmühl lebt als Journalistin, Filmemacherin und Mediatorin in Berlin. Mit ihrem neuen Buch "Cosima Wagner. Ein widersprüchliches Leben", das jetzt bei Böhlau erschienen ist, gibt sie neue Einblicke in das Leben einer kontroversen Persönlichkeit der Musikgeschichte.

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We spoke to Daisy Yan Du about her new book Chinese Animation and Socialism and the legacy of Chinese animation and why this period was so special.

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A conversation with Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover, Editor-in-Chief of The Dostoevsky Journal, as she takes us through the brief yet colourful life, most notable works, and myths surrounding the celebrated Russian author.

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For New Books Network, Lilian Calles Barger discusses the book Beauvoir in Time with author Meryl Altman.

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In this new episode, Keith Moser, Professor of French and Francophone Studies at Mississippi State University, leads a thought-provoking discussion on Imagination and Art: Explorations in Contemporary Theory, which is one of the most compelling transdisciplinary examinations of imagination to date.

Guest Post

This article in Dutch was first published on Neerlandistiek, an online magazine for Dutch linguistics, literature and language proficiency that publishes daily contributions.

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In a discussion with Jingyi Li, Christopher Joby discusses his latest book The Dutch Language in Japan (1600-1900). It is the first book-length account of the knowledge and use of the Dutch language in Tokugawa and Meiji Japan.

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In the first episode of our short series called 'In Chains', we speak with Dr. Raphaël Lambert, Professor at the Department of British and American Cultural Studies, Kansai University, Kyoto. Prof. Lambert is the author of the Brill book Narrating the Slave Trade: Theorizing Community.