Archives for Deutschlandjahr

Chicago: Lessons from Weimar Germany

The Chicago Warburg and the Leo Baeck Institute will host a special program with Herbert Quelle, Consul General of Germany in Chicago; Professor Kerry Wallach, Associated Professor at Gettysburg College; and Dr. William H. Weitzer, Executive Director of the Leo Baeck Institute.  The young Weimar Republic in Germany faced signifi cant challenges in the 1920’s...

NYC: The Future of Europe

The ACG and the CUNY Graduate Center will host a discussion and reception with Niels Annen, Minister of State of the German Federal Foreign Office.  There is no charge for this event. RSVPs are required. RSVP (acceptances only) to the American Council on Germany at 212-826-3636 or events@acgusa.org. Niels Annen was appointed Minister of State at...

Boston: Challenges 2030: How Will Europe and the U.S. Respond?

The Boston Warburg Chapter and the World Affairs Council Boston will host discussion and luncheon with Ricklef Beutin, Visiting Fellow in the Europe Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).  Admission is free, but RSVP required at https://bit.ly/2TPEmhW Ricklef Beutin, prior to joining CSIS, served as chief of staff to German Federal...

Deutschlandjahr: Social Disruption: How to Confront the Fraying Social Fabric and Social Inequality in Germany and the U.S.? – Dallas

The American Council on Germany, World Affairs Council Dallas Fort Worth, and the ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius will host a discussion and reception on how the United States and Germany are confronting the fraying of the fabric of society and tackling social inequality. with opening remarks by Dr. Nina Smidt, President, American Friends of Bucerius...

Seattle: Nutritional Effects of Infection Early in Life with Consequences Several Decades Later

The ACG and Heidelberg University Association will hold a Heidelberg Lecture with Nobel Laureate Prof. Dr. Harald zur Hausen.  RSVP by December 7 by clicking here. Registration is required. Seating is limited. Reception to follow. Presently, close to 20 percent of the global incidence of human cancers have been linked to predominantly viral infections. The...
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