Die Studentenrevolution

This talk focuses on the student revolt of 1967–68 at the Free University, West Berlin, where Graham happened to be spending a year as a scholar of the German Academic Exchange Service studying German literature and politics, prior to starting a DPhil., and so enjoyed a ringside seat as events unfolded.
Subsequently Graham was a Research Fellow at Clare College Cambridge, before taking up a post in German Studies at Lancaster University, from which he retired in 2010. His publications include Brecht in Perspective, co-edited with Tony Waine, the edited Cambridge Companion to the Modern German Novel, and studies of the 20th-century Austrian novelist Hermann Broch. He lives in Lancaster with his wife Jill, and works on her allotment. They have a son and a daughter and three grandchildren.

Online-Vortrag bei der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sprache und Kultur Cheltenham, 25. Feb 2022 um 19:30, Dr Graham Bartram.