Welcome, Dr. Ulrich von Bulow!09-02-2015
The Hannah Arendt Center is pleased to welcome Dr. Ulrich von Bülow to Bard College!
Dr. von Bülow is head of the archival section in the German Literary Archive in Marbach/Germany, one of the most significant literary archives in Europe. Important papers of Hannah Arendt’s estate are located in the Marbach archive. Among them are, “Thinking Notebooks,” which Dr. Bülow will be editing for an upcoming Critical Edition of Hannah Arendt Complete Works.
During his stay at Bard College, which will last until October 1st, he’ll be conducting research in the special collection of Hannah Arendt’s personal library, located in Stevenson Library. For a look at some of the works housed in this collection, many of which include marginalia made by Arendt herself, please click here.
Dr. Bülow will also be co-teaching a workshop (with Prof. Thomas Wild) in the German Studies program on original archival materials by Nietzsche, Rilke, and Lou Andreas Salomé.
Dr. Bülow has published books and articles on German writers such as Arthur Schnitzler, Peter Handke, Franz Fühmann, Tankred Dorst, and W. G. Sebald. Among the books he’s edited are volumes by Rainer Maria Rilke, Erich Kästner, Karl Löwith, and Martin Heidegger. His most recently publication is a book on Hannah Arendt in Marbach.
We look forward to working with Dr. von Bülow in the coming month!
To learn more about Dr. Ulrich von Bülow and our other fellows for the 2015-2016 academic year, please click here.