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Guest Lecture NPR Journalist Jeff Rosenberg at Institute for Journalism

Date: 
11. Jan 13:00 - 15:00

Radio Journalist Jeff Rosenberg will be holding a lecture on "The American Broadcast System: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow" at the University of Leipzig‘s Institute for Journalism as part of the seminar series “Grundlagen des Journalismus.” Rosenberg worked for the National Public Radio (NPR) for 20 years and was the head of the station’s international section.

ASL Event Committee Help Desk

Date: 
05. Dec 17:00 - 19:00

If you have any questions regarding American Studies Leipzig, studying abroad, or if you have any other concerns with your studies, please join the ASL Event Committee for their Help Desk on December 5 at 5 pm (GWZ room 3.515).

Or just come and have a piece of cake. With the Help Desk, the ASL Event Committee wants to offer a student service to students.

 

Please also refer to the attached poster for information on the event.

First ASL Event Commitee Thanksgiving Dinner

Date: 
24. Nov 18:00 - 22:00

The ASL Event Committee would like to invite everyone to their first Thanksgiving dinner on November 24 at the Community Center of the Baptiste Church (Bernhard-Göring Straße 18-20). Feel free to join and have a delicious Thanksgiving feast with a 9kg turkey.

Please also see the attached poster for additional information.

"2501 Migrants:" Film Screening with Yolanda Cruz

Date: 
10. Jan 17:30 - 20:00

Award-winning filmmaker Yolanda Cruz will present and discuss her documentary 2501 Migrants at the Hörsaalgebäude (HS 20). The movie follows the story of Alejandro Santiago, a Mexican artist who returns to his hometown after living in France, and finds it almost abandoned as many of the former inhabitants migrated to the United States.

ASL Book Club will discuss Octavia Butler´s Kindred with Dr. Qiana Whitted

Date: 
09. Dec 17:00 - 19:00

On December 9, 2011, the ASL Book Club will gather again to discuss Octavia Butler's novel Kindred. We will meet at 5 pm in the ASL homebase, GWZ 2.516.

Talk by Ambassador Janet E. Garvey

Date: 
12. Jan 18:00 - 19:30

Ambassador Janet E.  Garvey will hold a talk at ASL about "Why NATO Will Continue to Matter for America and Europe." The event will be at the GWZ, seminar room 2.516.

"US Climate Change Policy:" Lecture by Prof. Thomas L. Brewer

Date: 
22. Nov 15:00 - 17:00

Professor Thomas L. Brewer will give a lecture on "US Climate Change Policy: Status and Prospects" for students and faculty memebers at ASL from 3 to 5 pm (room 2.516).

Talk by Kansas State Senator Chris Steineger

Date: 
01. Dec 17:00 - 18:30

Kansas State Senator Chris Steineger will visit Prof. Garrett's US-EU seminar from 3 to 5 and hold a talk at ASL from 5 - 6:30 pm on "Current Trends and Challenges in American Politics."

"Perspectives of a Professional Diplomat:" Talk with Consul General Mark J. Powell

Date: 
08. Dec 17:00 - 18:30

Consul General Mark J. Powell will hold a talk at American Studies Leipzig (room 2.516) on "The United States, the Americas, and Transatlantic Relations: The Perspectives of a Professional Diplomat."

Sons and Other Flammable Objects: Picador Reading with Porochista Khakpour

Date: 
28. Nov 20:00 - 22:00

Picador reading with Porochista Khakpour at Skala/Schauspiel Leipzig, 8 pm.

Porochista Khakpour, award-winning author and current Picador guest professor at American Studies Leipzig, will read from her novel Sons and Other Flammable Objects as well as from her new unpublished work. The reading and the following talk will be presented by the TV-journalist Minou Amir-Seh.

More information on Porochista Khakpou can be found on her ASL website.

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