has always been a trade city, situated during the time of the Holy Roman Empire at the intersection of the Via Regia and Via Imperii, two important trade routes. At one time, Leipzig was one of the major European centres of learning and culture in fields such as music and publishing. After World War II, Leipzig became a major urban centre within the Communist German Democratic Republic but its cultural and economic importance declined.
Published by J.M. Lamb
Jeanette Lamb works in collage. Drawing from a wide selection of resources, she combines literature, light, traditional mediums & digital technologies in an attempt to solicit questions about what it is to see, to communicate, to relay the experiences of life to another. She is a member of the long-running, prestigious German women’s art collective, GEDOK. Her works have been published in Visual Verse, Duende (Godard College), Why Hasn't JB Already Disappeared (Delere Press), among others. She likes to see, reflect, & discover between writing, researching, and teaching at the intersections of history, literature, philosophy, and visual arts. View all posts by J.M. Lamb