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Summer term 2022 (AI course catalogue) (PDF)

Summer term 2022 (latest version on LSF)

Guest lectures at the AI (summer term 2022):

For more details please check out our “News” just before the lecture date

May, 2, 6pm, „Der ‚neue‘ Autoritarismus in Brasilien“, with Ricardo Regatieri (Universidade Federal de Bahia, Brasilien)

May 11, 6pm, “Mentoring Program of the Alumni Associacion”, Info and Q&A with Raffaella della Santi (Alumni Association)

May 23, 2pm (zoom): “Documentary Comics” (exact title tba), with Johannes Schmied (University of Flensburg)

May 30, 12 am, "Magic GM Beans: soybean, history, and development of first GM varieties in the Americas", with Claiton Marcio da Silva (Federal University of the Southern Frontier (UFFS)

May 31 – June 1 (LMU Senatssaal and zoom) "LMU Latin America Forum“, in cooperation with the LMU Latin America Network, which the AI is part of.

June 13, 12 am, “What's a nice British firm doing in a place like this? How the Albatross Press Got Around Nazi Censorship” with Michele Troy (University of Hartford)

June 14, 2 pm (Amerikahaus Munich), “Another Marshall Plan? Myths and Truths 75 Years Later”, with David Ellwood (Johns Hopkins’ School of Advanced International Studies Europe)

June 20, 6pm, "Between 'letrados' and 'social engineers': lawyers and legal education in Inter-American development cooperation, 1945-1969" with Andrés Jiménez Angel (Universidad del Rosario, Bogotá, and LMU München)

June 21, 7 pm, Amerikahaus Munich, “The Reparation of Reconciliation. The Evolution of Financial Compensation to Indigenous Peoples in Canada as a Result of Colonialism” with Jean-Pierre Morin (History Department at Carleton University)

July 5, 1pm (sharp), "Here in Berlin: Transatlantic Convergence in the Work of Cristina García and Werner Sollors", with John Lowe (University of Georgia), LMU-UGA Faculty Exchange, at the AI, room 201

July 21, AI and Amerikahaus Munich, “New Orleans, A Sense of Place: Environmental and Cultural Resilience”, directed by Bryan Wagner from the LMU-Berkeley cooperation


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