Do you have what it takes to join our team? We're currently looking for a Cultural Program Coordinator/Communication Officer and a Receptionist/Assistant to the Language Department.
Our mini term starts in the week of August 2 and we are offering specialized courses (e.g. grammar or writing), online group courses (also for young learners!) with fewer virtual sessions and intensive blended courses. Register today!
Dive into the specifics of how the German political system works: voting, political parties and ongoing debates. With this course, you will take a look at different campaigns and discuss topics that are in the center of the debate in the 2021 election, which will take place in September. Suitable all for B2+ learners.
Combine your interest in film and television series with learning German! Discuss the Babylon Berlin series, characters, and practice speaking in German. Suitable for B1+ learners.
This poster exhibition features works by artists, activists, and collectives from North America and Germany—all part of the Monument Lab Fellows Program. The spotlighted projects broaden understandings and illuminate ongoing memory interventions that reimagine civil society, offering innovative and reparative models that highlight creative changemakers who are actively shaping the past and our paths forward.
Would you like to teach the German parliamentary elections in Fall, but don't know where to start? This dossier prepares you to teach by providing background information, professional development trainings, virtual study tours, special language courses, instruction materials for your German or social science/civics/government classroom, educational programs, competitions and virtual exchanges for your students.
We are excited to collaborate with Amant Foundation on its opening exhibition with Berlin-based artist Grada Kilomba. Heroines, Birds and Monsters, her first solo exhibition in the United States, presents her unique form of storytelling.
In the framework of our ongoing One Million Roses for Angela Davis event series, we are happy to partner with Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (SKD) to present a dossier of articles from the exhibition catalogue reflecting the contradictory alliance between Angela Davis and Eastern Germany. The dossier includes contributions from authors Jamele Watkins, Kata Krasznahorkai, Maria Schubert and René de Guzman.
The library is now open for limited service on Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 1-5pm. Patrons are welcome to browse the library, borrow & return items, and use the internet. We ask that visitors wear a mask, register at the reception, practice social distancing and keep their stay in the library to under an hour. We look forward to seeing you!