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February 2019

Britain and the British in Novels and Memoirs

27 February
University of London Senate House, Room 243, Malet Street
London, London WC1E 7HU United Kingdom
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Lecture given by member of the Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies, based at the Institute for Modern Languages Research, University of London

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Aspects of Exile – Lecture Series

27 February 6:00 pm
University of London Senate House, Room 243, Malet Street
London, London WC1E 7HU United Kingdom
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Series of lectures, organised by the Research Centre for German & Austrian Exile Studies, at the University of London’s Institute for Modern Languages Research

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Looking beyond the Bauhaus: Bauhaus Goes West

28 February
The Gallery, 70 Cowcross Street
London, London EC1M 6EJ United Kingdom
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£5 – £12

Modernism sans frontières

Speaker: Alan Powers

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March 2019

Being Second Generation with Gaby Glassman

3 March 11:00 am
JW3, 341-351 Finchley Road
London, NW3 6ET United Kingdom
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£9

More than 70 years after the Holocaust, children of survivors and refugees will explore together how it has affected their lives.

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Words: Insiders / Outsiders

6 March 7:00 pm
Kings Place, 90 York Way
London, N1 9AG United Kingdom
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£9.50

Words: Jewish Book Week. Anna Nyburg, Daniel Snowman and Monica Bohm-Duchen. Insiders/Outsiders examines the extraordinarily rich contribution of refugees from Nazi-dominated Europe to the visual culture, art education and art-world structures of the United Kingdom.

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Looking beyond the Bauhaus: Optimism and aging

7 March
The Gallery, 70 Cowcross Street
London, London EC1M 6EJ United Kingdom
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£5 – £12

Modernism sans frontières

Speaker: Rachel Rose Smith

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Recollections of Hans Keller

9 March
Wigmore Hall, 36 Wigmore Street
London, W1U 2BP United Kingdom
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Study day and concert celebrating Hans Keller’s centenary, featuring discussion with musicians who knew Keller, a music workshop, film showing and concert by the Elias Quartet.

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Haunted by History

9 March
Birkbeck Cinema, 43 Gordon Square London WC1H 0PD United Kingdom + Google Map

A selection of recent essay films – poignant, thought-provoking, sometimes darkly humorous and frequently disturbing – made by UK-based members of the so-called ‘Second Generation’, namely, the children of refugees from Nazi Europe and/or Holocaust survivors, whose work explores the complex and necessarily problematic legacy of their families’ experiences.

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A Celebration of Hans Keller

10 March
The Menuhin Hall, Cobham Road, Stoke d'Abernon Surrey KT11 3QQ United Kingdom + Google Map

A celebration of Hans Keller by the Yehudi Menuhin School, where Keller taught chamber music in the 1980s.
On Hans Keller’s birthday itself, the Belcea Quartet perform Haydn’s Op.76 No.2 and Britten’s Third Quartet (which Britten dedicated to Keller).

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Isokon and the Bauhaus in Britain: Talk with authors Leyla Daybelge and Magnus Englund

13 March 6:30 pm
Daunt Books, 51 South End Road
London, NW3 2QB United Kingdom
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£5

The hugely influential Lawn Road Flats, or Isokon building, was commissioned by visionary couple Jack and Molly Pritchard and designed by architect Wells Coates. Isokon and the Bauhaus in Britain (Batsford) by Leyla Daybelge and Magnus Englund tells the extraordinary story of Isokon, and how its network of residents helped shape modern Britain.

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Looking beyond the Bauhaus: Accents in Art

14 March
The Gallery, 70 Cowcross Street
London, London EC1M 6EJ United Kingdom
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£5 – £12

Modernism sans frontières

Speaker: Monica Bohm-Duchen

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Four Parts of a Folding Screen

15 March
Birkbeck Cinema, 43 Gordon Square London WC1H 0PD United Kingdom + Google Map

Based on documents found in Berlin archives, Four Parts of a Folding Screen explores exclusion, statelessness and the legalised theft and sale of everyday family possessions by the National Socialist regime.

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