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Responses to BBC Radio 4 Germany: Memories of a Nation “Divided Heaven” Part 2

by Tiia Sahrakorpi and Janine Noack

This morning the second episode of the BBC Radio 4 programme, Germany: Memories of a Nation aired. Janine Noack (JN) and Tiia Sahrakorpi (TS) provided...

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Responses to BBC Radio 4: “Germany: Memories of a Nation” Part 1

by Tiia Sahrakorpi and Janine Noack

This morning, the first episode of the BBC radio 4 programme Germany: Memories of a Nation aired. Neil MacGregor, Director of the British Museum, presented...

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Narrating the First World War and experiencing the World Café

by Janine Noack

Interested and inspired by the article about the Weber World Café Charlotte Jahnz published last month on our blog, I decided that I wanted to experience the WorldCafé myself. I visited on the day that the topic “Narrating the First World War – Experiences and Reports from Transregional Perspectives” was happening in Berlin. It was a great opportunity to spend an evening with experts in the field and a great range of participants from various different backgrounds.

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World War I event at WeberWorldCafe: September 16

Our blogger at DHP, Janine Noack, is a science reporter for the WeberWorldCafe blog, which is hosting a World War I event today starting 2 P.M (CET) or 12 P.M. GMT, for those of us in the UK. The theme of the WeberWorldCafé is “Narrating the First World War – Experiences and Reports from Transregional Perspectives”. There will be updates on Twitter under the hashtag #1wwc.

The event today will have six different table panels presenting, and each panel is based upon a geographical region: 1. Western Europe, 2. Central Europe, 3. Eastern Europe, 4. North America/Oceania, 5. Western Asia, 6. Near and Middle East, 7. East Asia/South Asia, 8. Africa. Check out the WeberWorldCafe blog for more on the panels!

Read more about the event here.