Language: German - with simultaneous translation into French
In an op-ed published on 3 October 2019 in Le Monde, Jana Hensel wrote that in Germany “the feeling of unity [had] never been so bad since 1989. As part of the interdisciplinary symposium “Germany 30 years after. From unification to unity? “the German journalist and author talks about this “feeling of unity” and German “identities”.
Jana Hensel grew up in Leipzig, then studied between Leipzig, Marseille, Berlin and Paris. Her first book, Zonenkinder (2002), a memoir in which she describes the cultural adaptation of GDR youth to West German society in the aftermath of reunification, was a great success. In 2018 she published Wer sind wir with Wolfgang Engler. Die Erfahrung, ostdeutsch zu sein.
A meeting moderated by Reiner Marcowitz, University of Lorraine, co-director of the Franco-German Studies Department.
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