Revealing a total of 190 rare photographs, newspaper clippings and political cartoons from different European archives, the exhibition "Dictatorship and Democracy in the Age of Extremes" tells Europe's dramatic story of the 20th century – a past between freedom and tyranny, democracy and dictatorship.
The Annual Conference of the Austrian Studies Association is being held at the University of Waterloo. Co-sponsored by the Association, the Faculty of Arts at the University of Waterloo, the Waterloo Centre for German Studies, and the Austrian Cultural Forum, the conference brings together students and scholars from across North America and Europe.
In 2000, the Ontario Government instituted German Pioneers Day in an act of parliament proposed by Kitchener MPP Wayne Wettlaufer.
Book launch with documentary film (German with English subtitles), and reading (in English)
Icons of a Border Installation
Photographic search for traces in today's Berlin
Supported by the Goethe Institute Toronto
German Studies Forum
The Path to German and European Unity
Organized by the Waterloo Centre for German Studies
The Fall of the Berlin Wall: Why It Happened, What It Changed
James M. Skidmore (University of Waterloo)