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German-American cultural relations

German-American cultural relations

a summary record of a conference held at Harrison House, Glen Cove, L.I., New York, Jan. 16-18, 1975

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Published by U.S. Dept. of State : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural relations -- Germany

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesInternational information and cultural series ; 109, German-American cultural relations publication ; 8845, Department of State publication -- 109
    ContributionsFord Foundation
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 66 p. ;
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14937263M

    Jews in Relation to the Cultural Milieu of the Germans in America up to the Eighteen Eighties. New York: R. Glanz, (New York: Marstin Press). Call number: EJ5 G5 Gleason, Philip. The Conservative Reformers, German-American Catholics and the Social Order. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press []. Call number: HNU58 G About the Germanic-American Institute The Germanic-American Institute is a (c)3 nonprofit connecting people to a broader world through German language and culture. The GAI carries out its mission through three main areas: Education, Cultural Programming, and Community Building.

    Examining the extensive Germanic cultural and political legacy in the nations of the New World and the equally substantial influence of the Americas on the Germanic nations, this book details the close ties between the German-speaking world and the Americas. It features a chronology of key events spanning years of transatlantic history. German American Cultural Society of Rhode Island, Pawtucket, Rhode Island. 2, likes 31 talking about this 3, were here. German Club & Ratskeller 78 Carter Avenue Pawtucket, RI /5(52).

    At the same time, Francke actively promoted German-American exchange programs to enhance cross-cultural relations between the U.S. and Germany. Adolphus Busch Hall In , he established an academic exchange program that made it possible for professors from Germany and America to teach and do research on both sides of the Atlantic. Our blog provides information about Germany and the German-American relationship, ranging from news to cultural topics to science, business and events. Overview "Discover Germany" Share page.


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The life of Karl Follen; a study in German-American cultural relations. [George Washington Spindler]. Germany and the Americas charts the lasting links between the Germanic world and the nations of the Americas in a comprehensive survey featuring a chronology of key events spanning years of transatlantic history.

* Individual articles cover all facets of German-American relations, complete with extensive end-of-entry references4/5(1).

Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : Only a few can be mentioned among the many who have played a special part in creating the German-American legacy.

German-Americans helped win and transmit the freedoms Americans enjoy today. The first great victory for freedom of the press in America occurred in when a jury found John Peter Zenger, a German-American printer and journalist.

Recognizing the importance of the German-American economic relationship, during Germany ’s six-month presidency of the European Union inChancellor Merkel initiated the Transatlantic Economic Initiative to reduce and remove these barriers.

Over the long term, the deep and mutually beneficial trade and investment relations between U.S. Adj.

German-American - of or relating to or characteristic of German Americans. German-American - definition of German-American by The Free Dictionary German-American cultural relations continue to be very intense.

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Monthly publication of the Institute for German American Relations; promotes friendly German American relations through education.

Contact: Dr. Bruce D. Martin, Editor. Address: McKnight Road, SuitePittsburgh, Pennsylvania Telephone: (). The German-American Fulbright Program is one of the largest bi-national educational exchange programs in the world. O Americans and Germans – students, teachers, researchers and professors – have been awarded Fulbright grants, supplemented by a new short-term Fulbright program that highlights cultural diversity.

While Germans, the largest immigration group in the United States, contributed to the shaping of American society and left their mark on many areas from religion and education to food, farming, political and intellectual life, Americans have been instrumental in shaping German democracy after World War II.

Both sides can claim to be part of each other's history, and yet the question arises. German-American cultural relations continue to be very intense. They rest on a stable foundation. Postwar German culture was heavily influenced by America and remains so to this day. Executive Editor Hans-Jürgen Grabbe Prof.

Hans-Jürgen Grabbe is Professor Emeritus of British and American Studies at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg. His research focus is on German-American relations and transatlantic migration in the 18th and 19th centuries.

A former president of the German Association for American Studies and the European Association for American Studies. The German-American Encounter: Conflict and Cooperation between Two Cultures, By Frank Trommler; Elliott Shore Berghahn Books, Read preview Overview Americanization and Anti-Americanism: The German Encounter with American Culture after.

This volume is based on papers and discussions that were part of the conference “The Future of German-American History,” which reexamined important phases of the German-American encounter in view of their significance for a common future. the culminating event of a fiveyear project of restoring and cataloguing the largest private GermanAmerican library in the United States, the conference.

Abstract. In a study of German—American cultural relations in the post-war period, Manuela Aguilar defines cultural diplomacy as ‘the way a government portrays its country to another country’s people in order to help achieve certain foreign policy goals’.

1 Interestingly Philip Taylor, focusing on ‘cultural propaganda’ during the interwar period, sees its purpose in similar terms Author: Christopher Aldous.

GERMAN-AMERICAN INTER-CULTURAL DIFFERENCES AT THE WORKPLACE: A SURVEY BACKGROUND Business language faculty in the United States are facing an increased demand for cross-cultural communication components in their courses.

This is due to the fact that more and more students are studying a foreign. Our engagement with Germany spans the breadth of international relations, and is rooted in friendship, our close trading relationship, and our common values. German-American cooperation on international political, economic, and security matters is critical to our countries’ continued prosperity and to the stability of the international system.Reports & Publications U.S.- German Economic Relations – Facts & Figures (May ) (pdf) Background Note on Germany Consular Information Sheet Doing Business In Germany: A Country Commercial Guide for U.S.

Companies Country Report on Human Rights Practices: Germany () History German-Americans U.S. Ambassadors to Germany German-American Institutions Sister. The Effect of Anti-German Sentiment on German-American Cultural Identity.

In the fall ofthe fight against Germans in Europe was extended to their Kultur in the United States. This battle against all things German included a ban on the use of the German language in schools, universities, libraries, and religious services.