Germans will be virtual guests at elementary, middle, and high schools across the United States and will act as cultural ambassadors.
Join us for an important and timely conversation with Susan Neiman, author of "Learning from the Germans: Race and the Memory of Evil"
Inspired by a year of forced isolation, essayist Bilal Qureshi explores the history, landscape, and meaning of friendship across cultures.
One day, Jakob Lewis receives an email from a German man named Ingo asking to be his pen pal...
From patriotism to protest, Jocelyn Robinson explores the role that symbols play in proclaiming who we are.
The German International School of Silicon Valley (GISSV) is spearheading this fun event to celebrate German Heritage in the SF Bay Area.
Sylvia Cunningham and Monika Müller-Kroll talk with some of the people who once lived on US military bases and decided to stay in Germany.
Katie Davis tells the story of a provocation between two boys at a teen center in her Washington, D.C. neighborhood.
Bilal Qureshi explores the German-English idea of ‘Wanderlust’ through his personal audio archives and conversations with fellow travelers.
Jakob Lewis meditates on the lessons he has learned from the garden in his front yard, all the while drawing on the wisdom of Goethe.
Producers Sylvia Cunningham and Monika Müller-Kroll explore the love-hate relationships people have with their home countries.
This week's episode focuses on the traditions that set the Christmas holiday in Germany apart from similar celebrations in the USA.
Sometimes culture shock can hit you hard if you've never lived abroad. How are things done differently in Germany?
Germany celebrates many weird and oddly fun holidays, festivals, and traditions!
A discussion on what it's like for us to go back to the USA during the holidays each year.
A very interesting interview with Felicia, the host of the YouTube channel “German Girl in America.”
This week's episode will focus on how expats can make connections with Germans and possibly create long lasting friendships.
Which traditions from the USA are continued after moving to Germany and those new traditions that have been adopted after arriving
Which traditions from the USA are continued after moving to Germany? Which new traditions have been adopted after arriving?
The AGDW Podcast follows two Americans living in Berlin, Germany while they discuss the ins and outs of living as expats in Europe.
Virtual webinar on Teaching German and Global History with Digital Sources: Examples from Practice.
GHI will interview Transcription Coordinator Dr. Stefan Israel.
This group is open to German speakers of all proficiency levels and offers a platform to meet people and work on your conversation skills.
Alexander von Humboldt is well-known for his expeditions through the Spanish colonies, carried out with the French botanist Aimé Bonpland.
The conversation will touch on two places of remembrance for victims of lynching in Kansas City and the Mississippi Delta.
Film screening and discussion about a treasure trove of music by Jewish musicians destroyed during “Reichspogromnacht,” then found again.
The German Studies Collaboratory is a virtual hub of resources for those interested in German language, art, culture, and history.
This month's LitHAUS reading series is meeting virtually to discuss Empty Hearts by Juli Zeh.
This year: GermanHolidayMarket.org will simulate visiting our annual Holiday Market in person sharing the Gemütlichkeit of the season.
This annual event brings authentic German and European holiday traditions to Denver!
Looking at LGBTIQ+ archives and archival practices in Houston and Berlin
Join Goethe Pop Up Seattle for their November book club meeting & discuss Ken Krimstein's "The Three Escapes of Hannah Arendt."
Join Goethe Pop Up Seattle for their September book club meeting & discuss Fatma Aydemir's novel "Ellbogen".
Join Goethe Pop Up Kansas City for their December book club meeting & discuss Marc Elsberg's thriller "Zero."
Join Goethe Pop Up Seattle for a lecture by Dr. Sandra Rebok.
Join Goethe Pop Up Seattle for their October book club meeting & discuss Barbara Yelin's graphic novel "Irmina."
A monthly reading series for contemporary German-language literature.
In the Goethe Pop Up Kansas City's "Pop Up Library" you'll find books from German speaking authors available in German and English.
As part of the hunt for more collections of German-American letters, GHI is excited to announce the start of a genealogy book contest.
Join us for a talk by PEGGY PIESCHE on her edited volume Labor 89: Intersektionale Bewegungsgeschichte*n aus West und Ost.
Explore how German reunification still impacts our world and why we should heed its memory with the German American Conference.
Join GISSV in celebrating the inspirational Berlin Airlift Candy Bomber's 100th Birthday and Colonel Halvorsen’s lifetime message of hope!
Special Occasion: This conversation group will meet outside and in-person!
The German Studies Association holds their 44th Annual Conference.
Meet to discuss works from contemporary German-speaking authors. This event will discuss about "Austerlitz" by W.G. Sebald (2001).
The Oktoberfest in Munich is cancelled, but the spirit of Oktoberfest continues whether you’re in München or Manhattan or... join the Gaudi!
An online lecture describing how "German Heritage in Letters" builds on family knowledge to make immigrants' stories accessible.
AATG is introducing the new German Teaching Materials and Planning Platform (GETMAPP).
German Heritage in Letters is collecting letters sent from the German-speaking lands to immigrants in the United States.
Join the German Embassy for a special conversation with author Deborah Feldman and Unorthodox director Maria Schrader.