Tag: History

Detroit, Capital of the 20th Century: Fordism’s First Globalization

A talk by Stefan J. Link, from Dartmouth College. Stefan Link’s paper explores how the industrializing states of Europe turned to mass production and Fordism in the 1930s by investigating what their motives were, how they did it, and what...

/ March 28, 2017

Changing Subject: The New York Literature of European Migrants, 1880-1940

A lecture by Martino Marazzi (University of Milan). Professor Marazzi will offer a critical presentation of his most recent research, which will be a part of the forthcoming edited volume The History of New York City Literature (Cambridge University Press). The...

/ March 28, 2017

Pelle the Conqueror

(1987) In 19th century Denmark, Swedish immigrant worker Max von Sydow boasts it’s going to be “pork roast with raisins” to son Pelle Hvenegaard. But as the seasons change around their tiny room off the cow pens, 12-year-old Pelle’s eyes widen...

/ March 2, 2017

Pelle the Conqueror

(1987) In 19th century Denmark, Swedish immigrant worker Max von Sydow boasts it’s going to be “pork roast with raisins” to son Pelle Hvenegaard. But as the seasons change around their tiny room off the cow pens, 12-year-old Pelle’s eyes widen...

/ March 1, 2017

Pelle the Conqueror

(1987) In 19th century Denmark, Swedish immigrant worker Max von Sydow boasts it’s going to be “pork roast with raisins” to son Pelle Hvenegaard. But as the seasons change around their tiny room off the cow pens, 12-year-old Pelle’s eyes widen...

/ February 28, 2017

Pelle the Conqueror

(1987) In 19th century Denmark, Swedish immigrant worker Max von Sydow boasts it’s going to be “pork roast with raisins” to son Pelle Hvenegaard. But as the seasons change around their tiny room off the cow pens, 12-year-old Pelle’s eyes widen...

/ February 27, 2017

We’ll Always Have Casablance: The Life, Legend, and Afterlife of Hollywood’s Most Beloved Movie

The Leo Baeck Institute, Deutsches Haus at NYU, and the New York Institute for the Humanities co-present “We’ll Always Have Casablanca,” a screening ofCasablanca, followed by a conversation between Noah Isenberg, Professor of Culture and Media at the New School’s Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts, and film...

/ February 26, 2017

Pelle the Conqueror

(1987) In 19th century Denmark, Swedish immigrant worker Max von Sydow boasts it’s going to be “pork roast with raisins” to son Pelle Hvenegaard. But as the seasons change around their tiny room off the cow pens, 12-year-old Pelle’s eyes widen...

/ February 26, 2017

Pelle the Conqueror

(1987) In 19th century Denmark, Swedish immigrant worker Max von Sydow boasts it’s going to be “pork roast with raisins” to son Pelle Hvenegaard. But as the seasons change around their tiny room off the cow pens, 12-year-old Pelle’s eyes widen...

/ February 25, 2017