Euro Crisis Zone Lectures with Professor Mark Copelovitch
Held on November 18, 2011: "The Euro Crisis: Greece, Ireland, and the Future of the Single Currency" Click here for the Video.
Held on January 17, 2012: "The European Debt Crisis: Impact on US Business?" Click here for the Video.
Interview with Elizabeth Covington and Professor Rolf Reitz
Fall 2011 EUSA Review: "Does Europe have a 'German Problem' again?"
CGES sponsored event highlighted on local TV
WISC-TV's Neil Heinen discusses the future of the automobile with Elizabeth Covington and Professor Rolf Reitz: Can the Midwest use Germany's experience to reinvent its auto industry?
Article about the Future of the Automobile Event on WisBusiness
Read the conference's Agenda and the conference Report.
Interview with William Drozdiak on "For the Record"
"The US and Germany"
Watch the interview on Channel 3000
Weds March 23, 2011
WISC-TV's Neil Heinen talks with William Drozdiak, the president of the American Council on Germany, about politics and business in Germany and Europe and how they can benefit the U.S. and Wisconsin.
Article on William Drozdiak's UW-Madison visit featured on wisbusiness.com
"Integration of Turks in Germany: Is Integration a one-way street?"
Listen to Podcast (low volume Q&A session at 33:40)
Weds April 15 4PM Ingraham 206
Özcan Mutlu has been Spokesperson for Education and European Policies for the Green Party (Bündnis/90 Die Grünen) in the Berlin House of Representatives (Berliner Abgeordnetenhaus) since 1999.
"A Reading from H.G. Adler’s ‘The Journey’"
Listen to Podcast
Tues Feb 10 4PM The Pyle Center
Peter Filkins is Professor of Language and Literature at Bard College at Simon's Rock and translator of H.G. Adler's "The Journey."
The Weimar Moment: Liberalism, Political Theology, and Law
"Walter Benjamin Meets the Cosmics: A Forgotten Weimar Moment"
Sat Oct 26 7PM The University Club
Richard Wolin is Distinguished Professor of History and Comparative Literature at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He has taught at Reed College, Rice University, the Central European University, and the University of Paris-X (Nanterre). His books, which have been translated into ten languages, include Heidegger’s Children: Hannah Arendt, Karl Lowith, Hans Jonas, and Martin Heidegger (2001) and The Seduction of Unreason: The Intellectual Romance with Fascism from Nietzsche to Postmodernism (2004) He has recently completed a study entitled The Wind from the East: French Intellectuals and the Chinese Cultural Revolution (Princeton UP, 2009) His is a frequent contributor to The Nation, New Republic and Dissent.
54 Mins, 49.1MB
"Genocide in Namibia: Negotiating the past between Namibia and Germany?"
Thu Apr 3 12pm – 1pm
Lubar Commons (7200 Law)
Reinhart Kößler is Adjunct Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Münster. He has published widely on southern Africa and Namibia in particular, on globalisation and world society, on theory of development, social theory and methodology, political sociology and the culture of work and time.
Co-sponsored by the Center for German and European Studies, the Global Legal Studies Center, African Studies, and the Human Rights Initiative at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
1 hr 25 mins, 58.5 MB (very large file)
12 Slides, 2.4 MB (large file)
CGES Tenth Anniversary Conference:
"Cultures of Democracy? Germany and the USA at Home and Abroad"
University of Wisconsin, Madison
October 19 to 20, 2007
WUN Podcasted Panels:
Gender, Politics and Socal Transformation
Videos of Select Panels (requires Internet Explorer)