The German Studies Collaboratory is a virtual hub of resources for those interested in German language, art, culture, and history.
“Communities for Ukraine” supports Ukrainian refugees who have fled to St. Paul, MN's adopted "sister cities" in Germany & Poland.
Ruben Neugebauer talks about search and rescue missions on the Mediterranean Sea and ways to reform European migration policies.
Photographer and filmmaker Harald Rumpf reconstructs a lifetime of experiences documenting life in the streets.
Social scientist Craig Calhoun argues for a more complex understanding of nationalism
Transatlantic Tandem Talk by F. Rostalski (U. of Cologne) & F. Pasquale (Brooklyn Law) on legal and ethical challenges posed by AI.
Discussion of German and US apprenticeship best practices to advance high-quality apprenticeships, featuring the First Lady of Germany.
The BGHRA and Africana Studies at Rutgers University-Camden invite you to join us. Our conference is free and open to the public.
LA-based author and founder of a nonprofit library, talks about how literature can help trigger more curiosity & tolerance within a society.
Transatlantic Tandem Talk on how aging research can help us lead healthier lives.
A special program streaming "How 'HOLOCAUST' Came to TV" and Q&A with Grimme award-winning filmmaker Alice Agneskirchner on Jan 30 on zoom.
Join “Back to Berlin” director Catherine Lurie and historian Dr. Moshe Zimmermann for a discussion examining sports and antisemitism.
A book presentation and discussion with author Timothy Snyder and illustrator Nora Krug on their new book.