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German Perspectives on the U.S. Presidential Elections

Date: 10:00am PST November 5 Location: Via Zoom

Via Zoom

German Perspectives on the U.S. Presidential Elections

How is the U.S. presidential election viewed in Germany? In this Conversations with Germany, three German students will talk about initial responses to the 2020 U.S. Presidential Elections.

Constanze Sabathil has an MA degree in American Studies from LMU Munich. She was a German Language Scholar at Reed College in Portland. Having worked at the US Consulate in Munich, she is passionate about American and German culture.

Amalie Williamson has been working on a Secondary Education Degree with English and History at the University of Munich since 2017. As a result of her English studies, she was given the opportunity to spend the fall semester of 2018 and the spring semester of 2019 in the U.S. teaching German at Colby College in Maine.

Hannah Nieberding has been studying German and English for secondary education at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich since 2016. She is the German Language Assistant for the academic year 2020-21 at Lewis & Clark College, Portland.

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Organized by the Lewis and Clark Year of Study in Munich, German Studies at Lewis & Clark, German Studies at Whitman College, German Studies at the University of Puget Sound & the Department of German at Northwestern.

 

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