[2001]

February 23, 2001. University of Indiana at Bloomington; June 20, 2001. Hebrew University, Jerusalem;
November 8, 2001. Vanderbilt University, Nashville: Mislocated, Outside All Bounderies? Images of Rahel Levin in German History.

March 24, 2001. Universität Bochum: Zwischen Blick und Blick - Ich und Ich. Heiner Müllers ‘Bildbeschreibung’

April 17, 2001. Harvard University, ‘Music is the Mathematics of our Emotions’. Reflections on Music in Berlin Salons around 1800.

July 3, 2001. Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Zu nah. Zu fern. Bilder von Rahel Levin Varnhagen in der deutschen Geschichte.

July 14, 2001. Literaturkommission für Westfalen, Münster, ‘Anders wie ich mir gedacht’ - oder wie baut man ein Denkmal für die Droste?

[2002]

January 12, 2002. Freie Universität Berlin, Erratischer Block? Käte Hamburgers ‘Logik der Dichtung’.

April 4, 2002. Princeton University, ‘Thou of the Gloomy Countenance: Images of Berlin between East and West’.

July 5, 2002. Universität Bayreuth; November 12, 2002. Universität Bern; November 26, 2002. Universität Erfurt; July 26, 2003. Universität Siegen, Wege - nicht Werke. Konstellationen theoretischen Schreibens im 20. Jahrhundert.

November 20, 2002. Technische Universität Berlin, Kampfgemeinschaft - Gesinnungsgemein-schaft? Arendt, Jaspers, Heidegger.

December 17, 2002. Leo-Baeck-Institute, Jerusalem, Word or Concept? Reflections on ‘die Jüdin’.

[2003]

January 22, 2003. Ecole des Hautes Etudes, Paris, A Jewish Pallas Athena? Theoretical Approaches to Modernity.

March 1, 2003. International University, Florence: Letters and Work in the 20th Century.

July 9, 2003. Freie Universität Berlin, Rahel. Esther. Ruth. Zu Gedichten von Else Lasker-Schüler und Gottfried Benn.

September 18, 2003. German Studies Association, New Orleans. Margarete Susman reads Otto Weininger.

October 20, 2003. Warburg Haus, Hamburg. Aporien der Moderne. Mensch. Frau. Jude bei Hannah Arendt und Margarete Susman.

November 8, 2003. Oberlin College, Harold Jantz Memorial Lecture; February 25, 2004, Stanford University; Reflections on Love and Friendship in Hannah Arendt’s ‘Thinking Diary’.

[2004]

January 13, 2004. Musikhochschule Hamburg, ‘Geschlecht behütend und Gehirn bedrohend’. Zu den Kategorien Gender, Frau, Geschlecht.

March 16, 2004. Universität Wien, Hannah Arendts ‘Denktagebuch’: Überlegungen zu Liebe und Freundschaft.

March 26, 2004. Deutsches Historisches Institut, Washington D.C., Letters and Biographies: A Shortcut?

June 11, 2004. Universität Dresden. Adressierte Theorie.

June 17, 2004. Hebrew University. Franz Rosenzweig Center, Jerusalem. Writing to Whom? Writing Together with Whom?

August 24, 2004. Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Blankensee. Reflektionen über eine  „jüdische Sprache”.

[2005]

March 18, 2005. Vanderbilt University. Inaugural lecture. To Write a Book? Walking.

May 7, 2005. Free University, Berlin. Conference on Hannah Arendt. Gedanken. Gedichte.

May 31, 2005. Hochschule der Künste, Hamburg. Alkestis’ Wiederkehr.

August 6, 2005. Romainmôtier, Switzerland. Conference: Mensch. Puppe. „Von unsichtbarer Hand gezogen”. Geschicke und Geschichten in Hannah Arendts Texten.

October 24, 2005. Bard College. Writing in Two Languages. Hannah Arendt between Germany and the USA.

October 28, 2005. Vanderbilt University. Hannah Arendt reads Martin Heidegger.

November 25, 2005. Akademie der Künste, Berlin. Walter Benjamin’s „Deutsche Menschen”.

[2006]

March 25, 2006. Vanderbilt University. Dreams as an Archive.

March 30, 2006. Loyola College, Baltimore. Writing in Two Languages. Hannah Arendt between Germany and the USA.

May 13, 2006. Guardini Kolleg, Berlin. Gemeinsam unterwegs zur Sprache? Hannah Arendts Wiederbegegnung mit Martin Heidegger.

July 13, 2006. Universität Siegen. Die Zeit der Freundschaft.

October 12, 2006. Literaturhaus Hamburg. Hannah Arendt.

October 20, 2006. Friedrich Ebert-Stiftung, Bonn. Hannah Arendts Sprachen der Politik.

October 28, 2006. Universität Luzern. Hannah Arendts Literaturen. Zwischen Deutschland und Amerika.

October 29, 2006. Kleines Theater Zürich. Hannah Arendt zum 100. Geburtstag.

November 3, 2006. Willy-Brandt-Haus, Berlin. Regenbogen der Begriffe. Hannah Arendts Sprachen.

November 9, 2006. Universität Hamburg. Von der seltsamen Trauer aller Kreatur. Hannah Arendts ‘Politik’.

November 29, 2006. Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Paradiese im gelobten Land - oder “The University in Ruins”?

[2007]

January 14, 2007. Museum of Modern Art, Stockholm. Writing in Two Languages. Hannah Arendt between Germany and the United States.

February 12, 2007. University of Chicago. Portraits of Hannah Arendt: Poems by Jewish Writers.

March 20, 2007. Vanderbilt University. Jewish Salons in Berlin.

March 23, 2007. New York University. Dedicated to Hannah Arendt. American Poems.

April 26, 2007. Leo Baeck Institute London; April 27, 2007. Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt/Main. Kafka’s Wife and the Children of Bruno Schulz.

June 23, 2007. IFK, Vienna. Perspectives. Reading Hannah Arendt’s View of Space and Time.

November 3, 2007. Frist Museum, Nashville. The Power of Conversation. Talking Art and Literature in European Salons. 1780-1839.

November 11, 2007. Musikhochschule Hamburg. „Jüdische Musik”? Zu einem fragwürdigen Begriff.

November 15, 2007. University of Bremen. Regenbogen der Begriffe. Über Hannah Arendt.

Dezember 1, 2007. Humboldt University, Berlin. Im Traum. Interpretationen nach Freud.

[2008]

February 17, 2008. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. Poetry is Closest To Thought. Hannah Arendt’s Literature.

March 14, 2008. Vanderbilt University. Who Rosenzweig wrote with. The Correspondence Gritli Rosenstock and Franz Rosenzweig.

March 27, 2008. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Jewish Voices - at Home.

March 28, 2008. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Writing in Two Languages. Hannah Arendt between Germany and the US.

April 3, 2008. Columbia University, New York. News from an Old Men’s World - Or How to Conceive of German Romanticism at the Beginning of the 21st Century.

November, 2008. Freie Universität Berlin. Hannah Arendt.

[2009]

March 6, 2009. New York University. Real Dreams? A Strange Genre in 20th Century’s Literature.

May 7, 2009. Katolike Universitet Leuven. Margarete Susman liest Otto Weininger.

June 5, 2009. Karl August Universität Göttingen. Schreibwechsel. Ricarda Huchs Wanderungen zwischen
den Genres.


June 15, 2009. Freie Universität Berlin. Rahel. Ein Buch des Andenkens für ihre Freunde.

July 29, 2009. Brechthaus, Berlin. Walter BenjaminPassagenarbeit - Wer traut sich heute so zu schreiben?

November 4, 2009. Cornell University. A Century of Dreams? Dreaming After Freud.

December 13, 2009. Rice University. And Perhaps Revolution: Hannah Arendt's Struggle with her Century.

[2010]

March 1, 2010. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. March 22, 2010. Vanderbilt University. Rahel. Ein Buch des Andenkens für ihre Freunde.

March 2, 2010. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. March 4, 2010. Northwestern University. “Chaque époque rêve la suivante.” Or How to Read a “Bilderatlas” of the Twentieth Century?

March 28, 2010. Stadtkirche Darmstadt. “Du sollst nicht ehebrechen.”

April 9, 2010. Vanderbilt University. Peppered with Dreams. Or: Reading a Dream-Montage. Walter Benjamin’s “One Way Street”.

May 13, 2010. Stanford University. “Rhythms with Meaning Would Delight Her.” Hannah Arendt’s Encounters with American Poets.

June 17, 2010. University of Vienna. Das Dunkel am Ende des Tunnels. Frauen an deutschsprachigen Universitäten.

June 22, 2010. Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Berlin. Laudatio: Ruth Klüger.

October 13, 2010. Humboldt University, Berlin. Karoline von Humboldt.

[2011]

March 16, 2011. Jüdisches Museum Berlin, March 18, Haus der Literatur, Leipzig; May 5, 2011, Literaturhaus Köln; November 23, 2011, Literarisches Zentrum Göttingen; November 24, 2011, Literaturhaus Frankfurt/Main, Rahel. Ein Buch des Denkens für die Nachwelt.

April 6, 2011. Public Library, Nashville. A Century of Dreams.

May 3, 2011. Akademie der Künste, Berlin. Walter Benjamin. Über den Begriff der Geschichte.

June 9, 2011. Stadtbücherei Frankfurt/Main. Dialog, Widerstand oder antagonistischer Kampf. Eine Kritik an Chantale Mouffes politischer Theorie.

June 24, 2011. Humboldt University, Berlin. “Mich Sie statt Du nennend“. Caroline von Humboldt brüskiert Rahel Levin.

July 5, 2011. Free University, Berlin. Ich liebe nur meine Freunde. Hannah Arendt über die Kraft der Gefühle in der Öffentlichkeit.

November, 14, 2011. Rutgers University. Charlotte Craig Lecture. Writing To/With Friends. Rahel Levin’s “Buch des Andenkens für ihre Freunde.”

[2012]

March 18, 2012. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Werner Grilk Lecture. The History of Dreams Remains to Be Written: Dreams in the Twentieth Century.

June 20, 2012. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Universität, Frankfurt/Main. Margarete Susman in Frankfurt.
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