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.
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Join the American Space Leipzig for a public workshop with ASL Language and American Society Coordinator, Katie Protano.
Due to unforeseen sickness, Prof. Garrett's classes and engagements had to be cancelled on Thursday, 26. January. Classes in the week of 30. January will take place as scheduled.
Due to illness, the Secretariat has to remain closed until 26 January.
Please join us for an event in cooperation with the Konfuzius-Institut Leipzig. Prof. Dr. Anja-Desirée Senz from the University of Heidelberg gives a talk on the future of transpacific relations.
SHP II Final Essay Seminar 2A and 2B (Katie Protano) due on 14 February 2017
Exam "Transatlantic Space" (Prof. Junker): 31 March 2017
Project Colloquium 1 (Prof. Junker): 15 March 2017
Oral Presenstations (Katie Protano):
20 January 2017
27 January 2017
3 February 2017