• Mon 5 .
    Nov

    Students meet with their advisors to plan their Spring course schedules and register for classes according to their registration priority groups. 

    Monday, November 05, 2018 till Friday, November 16, 2018
    Faculty Offices and via Self-Service
  • Tue 6 .
    Nov

    The Postwar Antisemite: Culture and Complicity in Central European Cinema after the Holocaust

    Join the Honors Society for a lecture by Dr. Lisa Silverman, Associate Professor of History and Jewish Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

    This talk investigates the presence and consequences of continued antisemitism after post-World War II by juxtaposing two films made in Vienna at roughly the same time: Der Prozeß (1948), a film about antisemitism that takes place in a 19th-century village over 300 miles away and features only innocent rural Jews and diabolical antisemites, and The Third Man (1949), which features an urban tale of the black market and poisoned children set in post-1945 Vienna that does not mention either Jews or the reasons for their absence. This comparison suggests the simultaneous repression and evocation of a figural Antisemite in postwar culture that developed as a way to come to terms with the Holocaust and to shape new national self-understandings. As a readily recognizable and easily adaptable figure of evil, the Antisemite loomed large as a powerful and persistent trope in a wide range of artistic and cultural narratives, allowing audiences to avoid facing the implications of crimes committed by the Nazis and to deny widespread, systemic prejudices. Set in motion in Central Europe immediately after the end of the Second World War, the damaging effects of the figural Antisemite spread far beyond Europe’s borders and continue to this day.

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    Tuesday, November 06, 2018 | 19.00 till 21.00
    LAC Conference Room, Franklin University Switzerland
  • Fri 9 .
    Nov

    Students are invited to participate in a beautiful excursion in the Valcolla region, a nearby area from which one can enjoy spectacular views of Lugano and the surrounding area. After a hike through the passages – including the Denti della Vecchia, a rock formation one can see from Lugano – the group will arrive at a mountain cottage to cook dinner and spend the night before returning to campus on November 10. Eight spaces are available. To sign up, stop by the OSL Front Desk with a non-refundable CHF 20 deposit by 23:59 on Wednesday, November 7. For more information, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    Friday, November 09, 2018 | 15.00
    Meet at the Airone Parking Lot
  • Mon 12 .
    Nov

    Join local Association Culture Ticino Network on any of the numerous events and initiatives planned as part of the 8th edition of the World Peace Forum, taking place in Lugano Nov. 12 - Dec 13. This solidarity event aims to promote peace and to support the projects of the Association in Ticino and in the Philippines.

    The annual Forum will host several well-known guests and will consist of five amazing events. Check out their website for more information about the program!

     

    Monday, November 12, 2018 till Thursday, December 13, 2018
    Lugano - various locations
  • Thu 15 .
    Nov

    Discussion presented by Franklin University Switzerland and PEN International. The event is organized in conjunction with the Day of the Imprisoned Writer (Nov. 15).

    Stay tuned!

    Thursday, November 15, 2018 | 17.30 till 19.30
    Nielsen Auditorium, Franklin University Switzerland
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