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    So successful were they in this endeavour that the Government was in a state of the greatest possible perplexity. Lord Anglesey, the Viceroy, and Lord Leveson Gower, the Chief Secretary, were in continual correspondence with the Home Secretary as to the propriety of adopting measures of repression. Lord Anglesey was decided in his conviction that Emancipation ought to be immediately granted. He was naturally reluctant to employ force, unless it was imperatively necessary, and then he felt with Mr. Peel that it ought to be used effectively, whatever might be the consequences. Neither the Irish nor the English Government concealed from itself what those consequences would probably benamely, an open rebellion, a sanguinary civil war; which, however, they had no doubt of being able to put down. The law officers of the Crown, both in England and Ireland, were called upon for their opinions as to the illegality of the proceedings of the agitators, as to the likelihood of success in case of prosecution, and whether the Government would be warranted, by statute or common law, in dispersing the popular assemblages by force. They agreed on both sides of the channel that the case was not sufficiently clear to justify the Government either in legal proceedings or military repression. The English law officers came to this conclusion although at the time Sir Charles Wetherell was Attorney-General. It is evident, however, from the tone of the correspondence published by Sir Robert Peel's executors, that the Home Secretary was far from being satisfied with the conduct of Lord Anglesey. It was believed that he did not always act with sufficient discretion, and that he sometimes did and said things which made the agitators believe that they had his countenance and support. For example, he went on a visit to Lord Cloncurry, who, though a Protestant, was a member of the Catholic Association, and who a few days after entertaining the representative of the king, attended a meeting of that body. The excuse of Lord Anglesey was, that Lord Cloncurry went for the purpose of preventing the passing of a resolution in favour of exclusive dealing. The opinion of the English Government was shared by Mr. Vesey Fitzgerald and many other Liberal statesmen who sympathised with the irritation of the Irish Protestants at the supineness of the Irish executive. Looking at the state of things at this distance of time, every impartial person must agree that Peel was right. He had urged the propriety of issuing a proclamation by the Lord-Lieutenant in council, warning the people against assembling in large bodies in military array, as exciting alarm in the public mind, and threatening to disturb the peace. When at last Lord Anglesey was induced to adopt this course, it proved successful. The agitators became cowed and cautious, and it was quite evident that nothing was further[285] from their wishes than to come to blows, either with the troops or the Brunswickers. Thus, in November, Mr. Vesey Fitzgerald wrote to Mr. Peel: "The sentiment is universal of disgust, indignation, and alarm at the proceedings of Lord Anglesey's Government, and at the tone of his partisans and his press. Whether the collision will happen so soon as is contemplated I know not. I rather think not. The Association is frightened; and if the demonstrations of the south are interrupted, and Mr. Lawless's progress in the west be not persevered in, it is possible, and it is to be hoped, that the hostile parties may not come to an effusion of blood. But can we read the reports of the meetings that are taking place and expect that before the winter is over the gentry of the country, Emancipators as well as Brunswickers, will not call on the Government to take a part, and to save us from these horrors?" Mr. Leslie Foster, a leading Irish statesman, wrote in the same month: "Depend upon it, let Parliament do what they may, the Catholics will not rebel. Their leaders are more deeply convinced than you are of the utter and immediate ruin that would be the result of any insurrectionary movement; and in every rank among them, down to the lowest, there is a due fear of the power of England, the facilities of a steam invasion, the character of the Duke, and not least, perhaps above all, the readiness of the Ulster Protestants for battle. It is further to be borne in mind that in no period within our memory was the condition of the people so rapidly improving, or their employment so great, as at the present moment; and there is a real, substantial disinclination in consequence, amongst all ranks above the mere rabble, to hazard any course that would involve the country in confusion." Der eingeschossige Bau mit 450 Quadratmetern Nutzflche wird im Nordbereich der Kunsthochschule errichtet. mehr

    Nicolas Wefers

    Die Kunsthochschule Kassel

    doing everybody's bidding, scolded and hurried by a nervous matron.An extraordinary scene of confusion was being enacted in the House of Commons at the moment when the king's reluctance was overcome. Sir R. Vivian took occasion to arraign Ministers violently for their intention of dissolving Parliament. Sir Francis Burdett contended that he was out of order. The Speaker ruled that he was in order. The Reformers differed from the Chair. Loud cries of "Sir Robert Peel! Sir Robert Peel!" were answered by counter-cries of "Sir Francis Burdett! Sir Francis Burdett!" and some wiser cries of "Chair! Chair!" The Speaker rose and stilled this unprecedented stormrebuked those who had disputed his authority, and again called on Sir Robert Peel, who proceeded thereupon, in undisguised anger, to address the House. But as the noise of the cannon, which announced the king's approach, boomed into the House, the Reform members loudly cheered, each discharge being greeted with overbearing and triumphant shouts. Suddenly Sir Robert's angry speech, and the loud cheers of the Reformers, were stilled by the three admonitory taps of the Usher of the Black Rod, who came to summon the members to attend his Majesty in the House of Peers. The Speaker at once obeyed, the Commons following. A similar scene of confusion in the Upper House was interrupted by the approach of the king. Lord Londonderry said, "I protest my lords, I will not submit to." Further than this his speech did not proceed, as the Lord Chancellor, who heard the king approaching, clutched the seals, left the woolsack, and darted out of the House. Lord Londonderry, not yet despairing, moved Lord Shaftesbury again to act as Speaker, and Lord Mansfield began a furious harangue in a loud and angry voice. In the meantime the Lord Chancellor met the king entering the House, and proceeding in procession to the robing-room. As the king advanced, the noise in the House became distinctly audible. "What's that, my Lord Chancellor?" said the king. "Only, may it please you, sire, the House of Lords amusing themselves while awaiting your Majesty's coming." The king, knowing what was meant, hastily robed, and as hastily entered the Housecutting short Lord Mansfield's speech, and putting an end to all chance of passing the[333] resolution under debate. The king ascended the throne, and commanded the attendance of the Commons. The bar of the House of Lords was thronged by the mass of members who now entered. The Speaker addressed the king, stating that the House of Commons approached the king with profound respect; and that the Commons had at no time more faithfully responded to the real feelings and interest of his Majesty's affectionate people; "while it has been," he added, "their earnest desire to support the dignity and honour of the Crown, upon which depend the greatness, the happiness, and the prosperity of this country." The Royal Assent being given to the bills that had passed, and, among others, to the Civil List Bill, the Chancellor presented to his Majesty the Speech he was to deliver, and the king, with the high shrill tone he always employed, but with more than wonted energy, read the first, which, indeed, was the really important paragraph of the Speech, and that which alone men cared to listen to or hear. Die Kunsthochschule zhlt zu den wenigen international orientierten Kunsthochschulen, die wissenschaftliche, knstlerische und kunstpdagogische Studiengnge zusammenbringen. mehr

    Nina Eberhard, Max Eschenbach, Simon Frambach, Jrn Rder


    and stopped at a restaurant where the college girls go for dinner. An der Kunsthochschule Kassel werden die Studiengnge Bildende Kunst, Lehramt Kunst, Kunstwissenschaft, Produktdesign und Visuelle Kommunikation angeboten. mehr

    Nicolas Wefers


    There's to be an ice-cream social at the schoolhouse next Ein Alleinstellungsmerkmal der Kunsthochschule ist ihre groe Zahl von 14 Studienwerksttten. mehr

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    Studieren an der Kunsthochschule

    Die Studierenden werden dazu ermutigt, neue Gestaltungs- und Ausdrucksformen zu erlernen und zu erproben. mehr

    Max Muselmann


    to go round, if you are only willing to take the kind that comesAnd now, shall I tell you about my vacation, or are you only interested Welche Fcher kann man an der Kunsthochschule studieren? Was sind die Studieninhalte und welche Voraussetzungen mssen mitgebracht werden? mehr

    Jonas Leichsenring

    Interdisziplinaritt + Individualitt

    So prejudiced were the Allied Sovereigns against England, that they were ready to believe any tale to her disadvantage. One story which was circulated amongst them at the time was that Great Britain had bound herself to support Spain against France in return for certain stipulated commercial advantages. Another was that she had entered into a secret treaty to defend Portugal against France, even though Portugal should join Spain in the war. After all the Duke's arguments, explanations, and remonstrances, the French plenipotentiary was about to set off for Paris, representing all the Powers as being perfectly unanimous on the policy adopted towards Spain, and the Duke was obliged to threaten him with a public contradiction if he did not alter that statement and except Great Britain.This action was the height of imprudence. The true wisdom would have been to have taken no notice of such a discussion by an obscure association. On the 13th of March Sir Francis Burdett moved that Mr. John Gale Jones should be discharged, questioning the legality of his commitment, and declaring that, if the proceedings of Parliament were not to be criticised like everything else, there was an end of liberty of speech and of the press. This motion was rejected by one hundred and fifty-three against fourteen. The speech of Sir Francis was printed by Cobbett in his Weekly Register, a publication possessing high influence with the people. It was also accompanied by a letter of Sir Francis, commenting in strong language upon this arbitrary act, and[596] questioning the right of such a House to commit for breach of privilege, seeing that it consisted of "a part of our fellow-subjects, collected together by means which it is not necessary to describe." Durch die offene Bildungsstruktur, die interdisziplinre Ausrichtung der Lehre und die ausgeprgte Praxisorientierung des Studienangebots werden Studierende in reale Arbeitsprozesse eingebunden. mehr

    Annagenia Jacob

    Studentische Arbeiten

    4th FebruaryThe noise in the dock is maddening. The Customs, the police, the health-officers, all mob the voyager with undreamed-of formalities, such as a paper to be signed declaring that he has but one watch and one scarf-pin, and that their value is in proportion to the wearer's fortune. Then, again, the dispersal of the luggage, which must be fished out at another spot amid the yelling horde of coolies who rush at[Pg 4] the trunks and use the portmanteaus as missiles, till at last we are in the street. Eine Installation von Hannah Meisinger (Bildende Kunst). mehr

    Nicolas Wefers


    Externe Kooperationen erhhen die Praxisorientierung des Studiums. mehr

    Lucas Melzer


    The most successful adoption of Beccarias principles of punishment occurred in Tuscany, under the Grand Duke Leopold. When he ascended the ducal throne, the Tuscans were the most abandoned people of all Italy. Robberies and murders were none the less frequent for all the gallows, wheels, and tortures which were employed to repress them. But Leopold in 1786 resolved to try Beccarias plan, for which purpose he published a code, proportioning punishments to crimes, abolishing mutilation and torture, reducing the number of acts of treason, lessening confiscations, destroying the right of asylum, and above all abolishing capital punishment even for murder. The result was, says a contemporary, that Tuscany, from having been the land of the greatest crimes and villanies, became the best ordered State of Europe.[22] During twenty years only five murders were committed in Tuscany, whilst at Rome, where death continued to be inflicted with great pomp, as[36] many as sixty were committed within the space of three months.[23]{sjtxt} Studierende nutzen unkonventionelle Orte, um ihre Kunst zu zeigen. mehr

    Annagenia Jacob


    {sjtxt}{sjtxt} Besonders herausragende Studierende knnen ein Meisterschlerstudium absolvieren. mehr

    Nico Buurman


    {sjtxt}{sjtxt} Aktuelle Termine zu Ausstellungen, Vortrgen und Workshops der Kunsthochschule Kassel finden Sie unter dem Menpunkt Veranstaltungen. mehr

    Lucas Melzer


    {sjtxt}{sjtxt} Wir informieren Sie jeden Monat ber Termine und News aus der Kunsthochschule. mehr

    Jiaqi Hou


    {sjtxt}{sjtxt} Die Kunsthochschule Kassel ist in einer Vielzahl von Publikationen aus den Bereichen Kunst, Gestaltung und Wissenschaft vertreten. mehr

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    Preise und Auszeichnungen

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    Holger Jenss

    Alumni Website

    {sjtxt}{sjtxt} Auf der Alumni Website der Kunsthochschule Kassel bieten ehemalige Studierende der verschiedenen Studiengnge Einblicke in ihr Schaffen. mehr

    Stellungnahme: Antirassistisches Kunstwerk zerstrt

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    Max Muselmann


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    Sprechstunde Rektorat

    {sjtxt}{sjtxt}Rektor Prof. Joel Baumann bietet eine Online-Sprechstunde an.

    20.05.2021 15.07.2021 / hochschulffentlich

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    DRESS CODE Das Spiel mit der Mode

    {sjtxt}{sjtxt}Wie haben Sie die Kleidung ausgewhlt, die Sie heute tragen? Ob Designer-Kleid oder Jeans, Anzug, Jogginghose oder Uniform jede Kultur, Epoche und gesellschaftliche Gruppe hat ihre eigenen Dress Codes.

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    18.06.2021 01.08.2021 / ffentlich


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    28.06.2021 28.06.2021 / hochschulffentlich

    Take Care Lab: Caring-Infrastructuring Otherwise

    {sjtxt}{sjtxt}In this lab, we look at the definitions of care that have been in-place and have rapidly changed its meanings during the time of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

    29.06.2021 18:15 UHR / ffentlich

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    01.07.2021 09:30 UHR / hochschulffentlich

    Social Media Infrastructures Lab: Designing (social) Tech beyond Extraction

    {sjtxt}{sjtxt}In this lab, we will analyze social media infrastructures like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to un-derstand how they have extracted data from their users and have simultaneously been a source of information during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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    Die Zuhrenden

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    33. Filmfest Dresden

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    Rundgang 2021 dezentraler Kunstgenuss

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    Ausstellung Stadtmuseum

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    dis_kontinuitten / dis_continuities

    {sjtxt}{sjtxt}An der Kunsthochschule Kassel arbeitet seit Anfang des Jahres eine Forschungsgruppe mit knstlerischen, kuratorischen und wissenschaftlichen Mitteln an der Erforschung von NS-Kontinuitten bei der documenta.

    Strahlkraft ber die Grenzen der Stadt hinaus

    Strahlkraft ber die Grenzen der Stadt hinaus

    {sjtxt}{sjtxt}Interview mit Prof. Joel Baumann, Rektor Kunsthochschule Kassel, gefhrt von der cdw-Stiftung.  



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