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The German Education Crisis (1963)

The Last Phase of Construction and the Start of Instruction at Ruhr University in Bochum (1965)

Procession of Professors at the Free University, West Berlin (c. 1960)

Expanding the University System (September 3, 1966)

Lecture at the University of Bonn (1967)

Wrangling for Authority (January 26, 1976)

The Struggle for Codetermination and the Group University (May 29, 1973)

Demand Planning under Fire (January 13, 1987)

“New Left” (October 4–5, 1962)

The “Sit-In” as a Means for Reforming the University (June 22, 1966)

The Immediate Tasks of Universities and Institutions of Higher Education: Resolution by the Central Committee of the Socialist Unity Party (February 1951)

Conflicting Opinions on the Success of the “Junior Professorship” (July 13, 2006)

Dismissed East German Faculty Members Make up a “Second Academic Culture” (May 15, 2004)

An Education Researcher on the Reform Process at East German Universities (1999)

Students Protest the Introduction of Tuition Fees (April 1999)

The “Bologna Process” (June 19, 1999)

The Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Federal States Decides to Introduce B.A. and M.A. Degree Programs (June 12, 2003)

Students Protest the School and University Reform (June 25, 2009)