Join the American Space Leipzig for a roundtable discussion on the First Hundred Days of the Trump administration with U.S. government and politics expert, Professor Mark Rozell.
First coined in 1933 during a radio address by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the First Hundred Days have become a fixed reference point to measure the successes and accomplishments of a new administration when the president‘s power and influence are at their greatest.
Join the American Studies Leipzig Alumni Association (ASLAA) for the first application lab on April 20, 7:15-8:45 pm!
PLEASE NOTE THE ROOM CHANGE! The Application Lab will take place in Room 1.516.
On 21 April, 2017 at 5 p.m., American Studies Leipzig will celebrate the release of the tenth issue of aspeers: emerging voices in american studies, Europe’s first and currently only peer-reviewed graduate journal in American studies.
Guest lecture with Prof Gillian Harkins, University of Washington
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
11 am - 1 pm
Campus Augustusplatz, HS 10
The lecture is free and open to the public.
For more information about Prof. Harkins visit her official university profile.
PLEASE SIGN UP AHEAD OF THE EVENT AT THE LINK BELOW:
Join the American Space Leipzig for a public film screening of Chris Weitz‘s drama "A Better Life."
Join the American Space Leipzig on Monday at 5pm for a public workshop on gender politics and the American workforce.
Women make up nearly half of the American workforce. They receive more degrees in higher education than men. Yet, women still earn considerably less than men. In 2015, female full-time workers made only 80 cents for every dollar earned by men, a gender wage gap of 20 percent.
Join the American Space Leipzig for a public roundtable with Professor Crister S. Garrett as we discuss the unfolding politics of German-American relations during the Trump presidency, and the themes that will shape the debates and politics of the 2017 Munich Security Conference.
Please join us for Picador Professor Tom Drury's reading at the Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst (Karl-Tauchnitz-Straße 9-11) on Tuesday, May 2, 7pm!
You can find out more about Prof. Drury's works and activities on his faculty page. More information about the event can be found in the attached poster.
As globalization has seemingly taken over all corners of every continent, the concept of mobility has become a major tool to help understand these complex processes. It has become a term that is too encompassing to fully understand all the notions it can deliver; especially for scholars in academics.
Join the American Space Leipzig for their next event on Tuesday, February 7.
The Obama years have highlighted the complexity and, sometimes, fluidity of America’s racial makeup, history, allegiances, and grammar.
In this public roundtable, Prof. Rice will explore the ways in which Obama wields racial rhetoric as a political instrument to achieve particular aims and explores important racialized aspects of both his campaigns and administrations.