Faculty Podcast: Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds

Steadily gaining in visibility, the work of Hannah Arendt offers powerful insight into the perennial problems of human society and the human condition, from violence to freedom to laboring to thinking itself. But who was Hannah Arendt? And, why is she seemingly so relevant today? In the podcast series Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds, co-presented by BISR and Goethe-Institut, BISR faculty and Arendt biographer Samantha Hill talks with a range of poets, artists, scholars, and activists, as they explore the life and work of Arendt and its intersections with questions of solitude, peace, privacy, freedom, love, and politics.

You can stream all seven episodes on Goethe’s podcast page.

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