The German-American Institute was founded in 1952 as the Amerika-Haus,a binational cultural center which, since 1960, organizes approximately 250 events each year relating to current topics in German and American culture. All those interested in these issues are invited to attend lectures, workshops, readings and discussions with German and American experts. Additionally, we organize an English language film series, an English library (with over 12,000 titles, 2,700 films, 1,200 audiobooks, and 50 newspapers), preparation courses for those planning to study in the USA, as well as English courses taught exclusively by native speakers.


                                   CURRENT EVENTS

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01_22_A European Goes West.indd 01_27_Schreiber.indd 01_28_Building Cultures of Inclusion.indd 01_30_Training für die Kommunikationsprüfung.indd 02_03_Tribute African American Cinema.indd 02_09_Half Broke Crash Course_b.indd 09_19_csh_opendialog_ final 11_14_Vollamerikanisiert_AE_CS6_neu.indd 141222_opendata-plakat_web csh_opendialog1.indd