When: Tue., Sept. 26 2017
The 1945 bombing of Dresden, a German baroque city, represents one of World War II's most notorious incidents. Today at 4:30 p.m., in Clark Hall's Room 206 on the Case Western Reserve University's campus, associate professor of German, Susanne Vees-Gulani, will discuss how the bombing is represented in two new exhibition spaces in the Military History Museum of the German Armed Forces, and the implications for a new, possibly troubling, German nationalism. Part of the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities lecture series, the talk is free but registration is recommended at the website below. (Niesel) 11130 Bellflower Rd., 216-368-1508, humanities.case.edu.