American Space Leipzig is an initiative between the Universität Leipzig and the U.S. Government to encourage learning, exchange, and dialogue between the United States and Germany.

Michael Kimmage Outlined the State of West’s Relations with Russia; Offering Possible Futur...

On Thursday, June 8 2017, American Space Leipzig was honored to welcome renowned professor and author of The Conservative Turn, Prof. Michael Kimmage. The event saw up to 20 people in attendance, among which were university students and several members of the broader public community. In his talk, Prof. Kimmage spoke about the current state […]

APPLY NOW: Paid Position at the Deutsch-Amerikanisches Zentrum Stuttgart

APPLY NOW: Paid Position at the Deutsch-Amerikanisches Zentrum Stuttgart

The Deutsch-Amerikanisches Zentrum Stuttgart (DAZ) is currently looking for applicants for a paid position in Program/Social Meida Coordination. APPLICATION DEADLINE IS JUNE 23, 2017. Refer to the PDF file at the link below for more information on the position, application requirements and contact information. http://www.americanspace-leipzig.de/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/DAZ-Ausschreibung.pdf

APPLY NOW – Fellowship for Modernizing Transatlantic Relations

APPLY NOW – Fellowship for Modernizing Transatlantic Relations

The Atlantische Initiative, a Berlin-based NGO dedicated to promoting collaboration between US and European citizens, is currently offering fellowships to 30 applicants to take part in their Atlantic Expedition to Chicago, IL and Houston, TX in October 2017. The fellowship is open for US and German citizens between 20 and 35 years of age. Applicants […]

Prof. Mark J. Rozell Spoke About the First Hundred Days of the Trump Administration

On May 4, 2017, Professor Mark J. Rozell, Dean of the Schar School of Policy and Government and Ruth D. and John T. Hazel Chair in Public Policy at George Mason University gave a talk about Donald Trump’s First Hundred Days in office. Around 30 people joined the event. In his talk, Prof. Rozell analyzed […]

A.R. Gurney’s Play “Love Letters” Performed at American Space Leipzig

On April 12, American Space Leipzig used theater for the first time to promote its mission to encourage learning, exchange, and dialogue between the United States and Germany. Around 25 guests joined the performance of A.R. Gurney’s prize-winning play “Love Letters” with actors Peter Seaton-Clark and Heather Metje. The event was held at the Albertina […]

Apply for the Fulbright Commission’s Diversity Institutes Summer Studies Program

The Fulbright Commission is offering a Summer Studies program scholarship to high school graduates and students in their 1st-4th semester of their Bachelor’s studies, who take part in the three week long Diversity Institutes program at the Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. The program offers seminars and workshops at the Trinity University in US […]

Professor Dr. Lenz spricht über die Beziehungen zwischen China und den USA

Am Mittwoch, den 25. Januar 2017, luden American Space Leipzig in Kooperation mit dem Konfuzius Institut Frau Professor Dr. Anja Lenz von der Universität in Heidelberg ein, um eine Lesung mit anschliessender Diskussionsrunde zum Thema: “Die USA und China: Kooperation oder Konflikt?” zu halten. 45 interessierte Zuhörer kamen zu dem Event. Frau Prof. Dr. Lenz […]

American Space Leipzig Director Crister Garrett Fact Checks ARD’s Hart aber Fair

On January 31, American Space Leipzig director, Prof. Crister S. Garrett, was asked to fact check statements made by guests of the ARD talk show hart aber fair. Hart aber fair, hosted by Frank Plasberg is a talk show where moderator Frank Plasberg discusses current topics of public interest with guests from politics, economics and […]

American Space Leipzig Director Crister Garrett Interviewed in the Tagesschau

On January 31, American Space Leipzig director, Prof. Crister S. Garrett, was interview by Kirsten Gerhard from the Tagesschau. Prof. Garrett spoke about the developments in the United States after the first 11 days of a Donald Trump presidency. In the interview, Prof. Garrett touched upon President Trump’s issuing of executive orders as making good […]

Dr. Rebecca Brückmann Discussed the Civil Rights Movement and its Legacy

On January 18, Dr. Rebecca Brückmann from the University of Cologne talked about the Civil Rights Movement and its legacy in remembrance of Martin Luther King, Jr.. About 18 guests attended the American Space Leipzig event. Dr. Brückmann discussed the history of the Civil Rights Movement and its significance for US society today. She began […]