Why what you know about 1015 is wrong, and why it matters-- lecture presented by Michael S. Neiberg
In collaboration with German ISD, DGC Education Lecture Series presents:
Raising Bilingual Children
Dr. Laura Eidt, The University of Dallas
The Dallas Eric M. Warburg Chapter of the American Council on Germany, The Dallas Committee on Foreign Relations and The Tower Center at Southern Methodist University
invite you to a lecture and discussion with
PD Dr. Uwe Hunger
Department of Political Science, Münster University
Research Center, University of Siegen
Coping with Immigration in Germany. From Ignorance to Acceptance?
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
In preparation for the April 11 Richardson Symphony Orchestra Great European Masters Concert, Jennifer Ronyak, Assistant Professor of Musicology at UT Arlington, presents The Aristocracy Goes Rustic: the "Popular", and Musical Style in Four Orchestral Works from the Eighteenth Century. Her pre-concert talk, part of the Dallas Goethe Center Cultural Program, will compare and contrast four distinct works presented in the concert. A string quartet will be performing period pieces.
DGC German History Series: "The Hanseatic League: Formation. Rise. Fall. Legacy."
Lecture by Prof. Dr. Imre Demhardt, The University of Texas at Arlington
Free and open to the public | "Kaffee und Kuchen"
The lecture will be held at a private residence. Receive directions and RSVP at email@example.com or call 972.207.4319.
Please mark your calendar today. Details to be announced soon.
You are invited to attend a free lecture series commemorating the 100th anniversary of World War I. The second lecture is scheduled for Wednesday, November 5th;
"Redefining the Frontline: Civilians in the First World War" presented by Susan R. Grayzel, Professor of History and Director of the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies at the University of Mississippi.
The Texas Woman's University's Department of History and Government hosts a panel discussion examining the long-term significance of German reunification, twenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Featuring Guest Speakers:
Dr. Barbara Donovan, Wesleyan College (GA); Dr. John Ishiyama, University of North Texas; Dr. Eric Langenbacher, Georgetown University; Dr. Jonathan Olsen, Texas Woman's University; Dr. Jennifer Yoder, Colby College.
Monday, October 27, 1:00 pm to 2:20 pm
Hubbard Hall, SE Dining Room