City Lights: ‘The Blue Stain;’ Emory Film Series; And More

"The Blue Stain" follows a young man of mixed race as he travels from Europe to the US and witnesses Atlanta's race riots of 1906.
"The Blue Stain" follows a young man of mixed race as he travels from Europe to the US and witnesses Atlanta's race riots of 1906.
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Monday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

1:22: Lois Reitzes speaks with Emory University German Professor Paul Buchholz and Professor Matthew Bernstein, Chair of Film and Media Studies at Emory, about the array of film series on view at Emory now.

23:03: Reitzes speaks with author Markus Zusak about his book “The Book Thief.”

32:11: Reitzes speaks with Emory Professor Peter Hoeyng and Jeff Mellor, who translated the novel “The Blue Stain” from German into English. The 1922 novel follows a young man of mixed race as he travels from Europe to the US and witnesses Atlanta’s race riots of 1906.