Bad Homburg Conference 2020 »Transatlantic Futures. Shared or divided?«
This year's Bad Homburg Conference »Transatlantic Futures. Shared or divided?« took place from September 18 to 19, 2020. You can find photos, documents and video footage from the conference here.
Please watch the conference videos under the title »BHC 2020« on the internet: FKH You Tube.
Klaus Scharioth – State Secretary of the German Foreign Office (2002–2006)
Germany's ambassador to the United States in Washington (2006–2011) (photo: Dettmar)
Alexander Hetjes – Mayor of Bad Homburg (Foto: Dettmar)
Rolf van Dick – Vice president for international affairs, Goethe University (photo: Dettmar)
Matthias Lutz-Bachmann – Director of the Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften (Foto: Dettmar)
Panel: Transatlantic Popular Culture after the »American Century«: Verena Lueken (Author and journalist), Ellen M. Harrington (Director of the DFF), Johannes Völz (Goethe University), Ruth Mayer (Leibniz University Hannover), Vinzenz Hediger (Goethe University). (photo: Dettmar)
Panel: Democratic Ways of Life in an Age of Polarization: Claus Leggewie (Justus-Liebig-University, Gießen), Andrew Mason (Frankfurt am Main), Paula Diehl (Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel), Till van Rahden (Université de Montréal). (photo: Dettmar)
Panel: Transatlantic Security and Foreign Policy under Stress: Omid Nouripour (Member of the German Federal Parliament, Frankfurt am Main/Berlin), Michael C. Kimmage (Catholic University of America, Washington D.C.), Constanze Stelzenmüller (Brookings Institution, Washington D.C.), Gunther Hellmann (Goethe University), Lora Anne Viola (Freie Universität Berlin). (photo: Dettmar)
Johannes Völz – Goethe University (photo: Dettmar)
Please find the conference programme here.
Please watch the conference videos on the internet: FKH You Tube..
(FKH - 05.11.2020)
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