Brill | Fink publications have been an integral part of the humanities for 60 years. With around 100 newly published books a year and a number of journals, the publishing house, which was established by Wilhelm Fink in 1962, occupies a firm place in literary and cultural studies, art and media studies and philosophy
Initially based in Munich, now located in Paderborn together with the Schöningh and mentis imprints, Brill | Fink supplies the academic world with carefully managed, high-quality electronic and printed publications - increasingly also in Open Access.
Brill | Fink is a member and shareholder of UTB, a successful German marketing and sales organization for university textbooks.
Words connect worlds. This year's book fair is all about exchange and understanding across languages and cultures. Something Brill's international teams experience every day. Connect with our worlds at the book fair: you will find all Brill imprints at our joint booth K11 in Hall 4.2.
We are very much looking forward to meeting you in person again this year and to talking to you. You can find more information about the Frankfurter Buchmesse here: https://www.buchmesse.de/
Where and When? 07 July 2022; 5:45-6:30 p.m; LMU Munich, Main Building, M 001
On the occasion of the publication of the first volumes, we would like to introduce you to the background and aims of this publication project - with introductory contributions by Prof. Dr. Giuliana Parotto (Università di Trieste) and Dr. Henning Siekmann (Brill | Fink) as well as a lecture by Prof. em. Arpad Szalkoczai (Universiy College Cork) on Eric Voegelin and the Present Age.
09 May 2022: Book discussion: : Die Wahrheit der Niederländischen Malerei
In modernity, art must be as true as it is present. No work and no practice can credibly claim to be art without satisfying this requirement. But how could truth and presence become the decisive, non-aesthetic criteria of art?
On May 9 at 7:30 p.m Regine Prange and Francesca Raimondi will join Helmut Draxler to discuss his book „Die Wahrheit der Niederländischen Malerei“ at the ICI Berlin Institute for Cultural Inquiry. Register here for the event or watch it on livestream.
In his book, Helmut Draxler traces a tradition of art's reference to truth and the present back to the Netherlands of the 15th to 17th centuries, when painting devised particular strategies of self-assertion as "art" amidst economic, political, and religious crises.
09 May 2022
10 May 2022: Book Reading: Meet me on the Sofa!
The first Babelsberg Book Salon on May 10, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. allows access into one of the most interesting edifices of thought on the aesthetics of film. At the Filmuniversität Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF in Potsdam, Guido Kirsten will present the volume he edited, "Das filmische Universum" which comprises the film-theoretical writings of the philosopher Étienne Souriau (1892-1979). The French philosopher was particularly devoted to aesthetics and the various arts. Souriau refers to the "cinematic universe" as the totality of the worlds of action set by classical cinema, as distinct from the universes of other arts and media. The book salon offers an opportunity to get to know Souriau's terminology and his idiosyncratic thinking in a relaxed atmosphere. For more information on the event, please visit the website of the Filmuniversität Babelsberg