The 2019 Hip-Hop Battle hosted by the Goethe-Institut Boston brought students from high schools across New England together for a one-of-a-kind competition that put their language and rapping skills to the test.
This one-week educational event is oriented towards researchers at various levels of academia and from diverse backgrounds in the sciences, humanities, engineering, design, and the arts. Artists, actors, and activists from civil society, the arts, and politics are also strongly encouraged to apply.
“Mississippi. An Anthropocene River” Field Station #1: Sediment, Settlement, Sentiment: The Machinic River
The first field station, entitled “Sediment, Settlement, Sentiment: The Machinic River,” is situated along the upper region of the river and examines the Mississippi as an infrastructural space.
Next stop, Tuscaloosa! 300 visitors turned out at the Tuscaloosa tour stop of the WanderbUS, showing their excitement for all things German!
Kinderuni (Children’s University) is a free education project through the Goethe-Institut for children from 8 to 12 years old. It officially launches at the 2019 Sustainability Summit on May 24-26 in Chicago.