Die Liebe in Zeiten der Leistungsgesellschaft

Our guest author Patrick Helber writes about Liv Strömquist’s new feministist Comic Ich fühl’s nicht, which was translated into German by Katharina Erben and published by Avant Verlag. In ihrem neuen feministischen Comic Ich fühl’s nicht, nimmt die schwedische Politikwissenschaftlerin und Zeichnerin Liv Strömquist das gegenwärtige Beziehungsverhalten von Menschen im globalen […] Read more

Bookshops & the Literary Field in the Time of Corona

Just when I thought I could write a little something about how bookshops and literary event organisers deal with the current situation, I came across a short article by Clare Thorp who wrote about how bookshops in different countries find ways to still sell books into their communities and beyond […] Read more

Students’ Corner: Review of “Never Let Me Go” by Kazuo Ishiguro

Today, Chiara Harrison Lambe, a student at the Centre for British Studies in Berlin, shares her review of Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel Never Let Me Go (Faber, 2005) and claims that it hasn’t lost any of its emotional force over the years. Never Let Me Go opens with its narrator, Kathy […] Read more

“You will always be our brothers and sisters” – Poetry and Indigenous Languages from Ireland, Scotland, and Wales

“Strength lies in Celtic and European unity” – this could have been the motto of Tuesday’s event entitled Muttersprache which took place at the Centre for British Studies and was co-organised by The Literary Field Kaleidoscope, Read more