Other events


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Goethe Institute Boston

Events for Spring 2015

Citizenship Rights for Immigrants in France and Germany 

Thursday, April 16 
Faculty Club Lounge 
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Citizenship Rights for Immigrants Flyer
Dr. Ines Michalowski will discuss similarities between citizenship regulations in the two countries as well as differences, especially with regard to naturalization rates and dual citizenship regulations. Particular attention will be paid to important remaining differences in terms of religious governance and accommodation of Islam in France and Germany. 

The State of Nature: A Closer Look at International Environmental Concerns with the Brandeis International Journal
Friday, April 24
4:00 - 5:30pm
Rapaporte Treasure Hall

BIJ event flyer

The Brandeis International Journal will be hosting a moderated discussion on international environmental issues. Individual presentations and interactive panel discussion will analyze how concerns over climate change and environmental sustainability shape both domestic and foreign policy across the globe. Topics discussed will include sustainable development, energy security, and the 'energy revolution.' Refreshments will be provided.
Dr. Joseph Assan - Assistant Professor of Political Economy of Sustainable Development, The Heller School
Dr. John Ballantine, Jr. - Senior Lecturer, Brandeis International Business School
Dr. Christian Hoepfner - Center Director, Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems
Dr. Eric Olson - Senior Lecturer, The Heller School
Co-Sponsored by Brandeis Climate Justice, Brandeis Center for German and European Studies

The Enchantment and Tragedy of Yiddish Literature 

Monday, April 27 
Mandel Center for the Humanities Atrium 
Martin Walser Event Flyer
Martin Walser and Susanne Klingenstein will celebrate the creation of modern Yiddish fiction.