Meeting ID: 948 1985 2066
More information about the film and its filmmakers http://germansandjews.com/
You can also join us via Zoom https://wesleyan.zoom.us/j/97138750667
Meeting ID: 971 3875 0667
Dalia Grinfeld, Assistant Director of European Affairs at the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) in Berlin, Germany, will host a talk and Q&A about “Openly Jewish and Queer in Germany: A Possible Path?”
Based in Berlin, Ms. Grinfeld manages ADL’s programs in Europe and supports European Jewish communities in their advocacy efforts. Earlier, she worked as a Policy Advisor for the Council Presidency of the European Union. She is actively involved in women’s rights and health issues, LGBTQI inclusion and innovative democracy. Her academic background is in Political Science and Jewish Studies, which she studied at the University of Heidelberg, Buenos Aires and Herzliya.
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This event is sponsored by the German Embassy in Washington D.C. and the German Studies department.
The Center for German and European Studies at Brandeis University has been offering interesting and insightful online events.
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Juniors and seniors, join us for this information session to learn how you can spend a year in Germany after you graduate!
PRESENTER: Melissa Leung ’16, Majored in Economics, College of East Asian Studies (Chinese and Political economy), and Pre-med. Leung is currently working for IBM as a public sector consultant.
Read more about Melissa Leung ’16.
Wy Ming Lin ’16 also participated in this program and had this to say: I majored in German Studies and Neuroscience and Behavior. After Wes, I wanted to do something with both majors, so what better way to combine the two than by moving to Germany and pursuing some research opportunities? That’s exactly what I did through the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals where I had the chance to spend a year in Leipzig. I did an internship at the Max Planck Institute there and worked with some amazing and brilliant neuroscientists who convinced me to keep studying in Germany. Currently, I am doing my MA in Tübingen and plan on continuing on with a PhD in Germany!