Book Launch in the Residence of the German Ambassador to Ireland
Gretchen Dutschke-Klotz will present her book, which has not yet been translated into English, at a Book Launch in the Residence of the German Ambassador to Ireland on Monday, 28 May, at 6pm. She will be introduced by Dr Joachim Fischer, School of Modern Languages & Applied Linguistics, University of Limerick.
Gretchen Dutschke-Klotz is an author and former student activist. Born in the U.S., Gretchen moved to Berlin in 1965 where she met German student leader Rudi Dutschke. The couple married a year later. After his untimely death in 1979 due to brain injuries sustained in an assassination attempt on 11 April 1968, she returned to the U.S. Among her publications are ‘Wir hatten ein barbarisches, schönes Leben: Rudi Dutschke - Eine Biographie’ (1996) & an edition of the diaries, ‘Rudi Dutschke: Jeder hat sein Leben ganz zu leben. Die Tagebücher 1963–1979‘ (2003). Her memoirs ‘1968: Worauf wir stolz sein dürfen‘ were published in 2018.
If you wish to attend this event, please register at firstname.lastname@example.org by 24th May 2018.
Supported by the Goethe-Institut Irland.