The »BAUHAUS.JOURNAL« is the magazine of the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. In countless articles, interviews and stories, it describes the personal experiences and views of students and instructors about life at the university. It moreover grants insights into lesser-known news from teaching, research and partners.
Interviews, reports, pitches, photo series and illustrations – the latest edition of the BAUHAUS.JOURNAL focuses on personal experiences and views of students, alumni and staff on life at the university.
Three doctoral students, 90 seconds: each briefly outlined their research project in the field of media anthropology to us in their own words. Then illustrator Jan Robert Dünnweller interpreted their research topics for us in images. Listen to the audio recordings here. » more
Countless students get involved in voluntary programmes to help refugees settle in in Weimar. Ahmad Naji fled to Germany from Syria. Today he also helps others – during the communal meals and through his German and Arabic courses. Find out more about the work of the many initiatives here. » more
The research project »Which Monuments, Which Modernity« considers the architectural legacy of the second half of the twentieth century – so concrete prefabs, housing estates and satellite towns. Photographer Marcus Glahn took a stroll through Halle-Neustadt and translated the residential area’s straight lines and structures into forms in his photography. View a selection of his pictures in our online gallery. » more