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20147Jul

Prof. Michel Gueldry Discusses Transatlantic Differencees

On Wednesday, 2 July 2014, Prof. Michel Gueldry from the Monterey Institute of International Studies gave a lecture on transatlantic relations and difference between the United States and Europe.

In a lively and interesting talk, Prof. Gueldry sought to determine main transatlantic differences while both sides have the same philosophical and cultural foundation.

20144Jul

Prof. Garrett Office Hours Cancelled for Tuesday, July 8.

Due to the Executive Board Meeting for the Picador Professorship, Prof. Garrett will not be able to hold office hours on Tuesday, July 8. He will hold office hours at the regularly scheduled time on Tuesday, July 15.

201414Jun

Reduced Office Hours for Prof. Garrett on Tuesday, June 17

Dear Students: Prof. Garrett will be holding a lecture for a visiting delegation of twenty American professors and senior university administrators until shortly before 4 pm on Tuesday, June 17.

Thus office hours will be reduced to 4-5 pm. Thank you for your understanding.

201410Jun

Prof. Emerson from Rice University Assesses Roles of Race and Religion in Contemporary American Life

Last Thursday, June 5 2014, ASL was happy to welcome Prof. Michael Emerson, a leading scholar of religion and race from Rice University in Houston.

His talk explored the sociology of race and religion and its implications on political biases and communial life in Houston as well as in the US in general.

Over ten years of his field research and that of colleagues show clearly how race informs widely and deeply American religious and political practices. Mr. Emerson illustrated his findings in a compelling presentation.

20143Jun

MDR Figaro Invites American Studies Leipzig to Reflect on D-Day 70 Years Later

MDR Figaro invited American Studies Leipzig to reflect on D-Day 70 years later.

The resulting radio essay by Crister S. Garrett can be found at
http://www.mdr.de/mdr-figaro/journal/kolumne-d-day100.html

201429May

Guy Stern Talks about His Remarkable Life as a German Immigrant to the US

On Wednesday, 28 May 2014, Prof. emer. Guy Stern gave a talk on "Memory, Remembering, and the Holocaust."

In his talk he shared several anectodes about his remarkable life.

201429May

Dr. Turek Discussed American-Polish Relations and the Ukraine Crisis

On Tuesday, 27 May 2014, Dr. Maciej Turek from the Institute for American Studies at Jagiellonian University in Krakow gave a talk on American­Polish relations and the crisis in Ukraine.

Dr. Turek shortly outlined the basic issues of the Ukraine conflict and the Polish and American reception thereof. He then illustrated the significance of the conflict for both Poland and the US and eventually connected the dots by discussing its effects on Polish­American relations.

201429May

Prof. Garrett's Office Hours Canceled For June 3

Dear Students:

Crister S. Garrett will not be able to hold office hours on Tuesday, June 3. Office hours will take place as scheduled on Tuesday, June 10.

201428May

ASL Assistant Lecturer Anne Grob Presents at American Indian Workshop

ASL assistant lecturer and PhD student Anne Grob recently presented her work at the American Indian Workshop in Leiden, the Netherlands.

201428May

Students Learned the Dos and Don'ts of Internships in the US

On Monday, May 26, students from Leipzig University and Leipzig University of Applied Science gathered for the American Space Professional Internship Workshop to learn more about the application process for internships in the United States.

ASL Assistant Lecturer Bethany Lerch and American Space Internship Coordinator Ewa Adamkiewicz explained the differences between German and American résumés, CVs, and cover letters.

The workshop also focussed on interviews and how applicants could prepare best for an interview in English.

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