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Filmabend Fall 2014 @ GMU

1. September 25th 4:30 – 7:20 pm in Aquia 347 “The Tunnel” 2. October 16th 4:30 – 7:20 pm in Aquia 347 “The Lives of Others” 3. November 20th 4:30 – 7:20 pm in Aquia 347 “Good Bye Lenin!“ You can find

1000 Greatings, Your Otto

The German Embassy has a great write up of the upcoming exhibit. Please visit the site here: The Washington Post also has a write up about the exhibit. Visit that page here:,1283068.html

Postcards from the trenches

Postcards from the Trenches: Germans and Americans Visualize the Great War

For more information, visit the Postcards from the Trenches website. In addition to a large selection of postcards, the most ubiquitous form of communication during the war, the exhibit will feature graphic works, posters, sheet music and objects.  Lectures, film

Dr. Constanze Stelzenmüller talk

EUROPE AND AMERICA: CAN WE STILL WORK TOGETHER, OR ARE WE MOVING APART? AS PART OF THE ACG 2014 DR. HENRY A, KISSINGER TRANSATLANTIC SPEAKER SERIES Dr. Constanze Stelzenmüller, Senior Transatlantic Fellow, and Director, Transatlantic Trends, German Marshall Fund May

German Chancellor Fellowship available

From their website: “The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation offers prospective leaders from Brazil, China, India, Russia and the USA the opportunity to conduct a project as guests of the partner of their choice in Germany. With the support of your

German Language @ GMU

Germany has the world’s third strongest economy and is the world’s top exporter. More than 120 million people worldwide call their native tongue. People with German language skills are instant targets for global employers. Take a few courses or do

Think Transatlantic

In the fourth campaign of its kind, more than 6,000 students at 25 colleges and universities across the United States will discuss the current state and possible future roles of the close and vital relationship between the United States and

Freedom Without Walls

November 9, 2009 celebrated 20 years since the Berlin Wall was torn down. Long a symbol of isolation and contention, the Berlin Wall now symbolizes hope, change and unity. George Mason University remembered that year with numerous events to celebrate

German Events

Our campaign is designed to increase visibility of German on campus by enabling a multicultural dialogue between the USA and Germany. Learning a foreign language is indispensable in today’s globalizing world. The language of the largest European economy will open