MKI Is Going Virtual

Starting this fall, the Max Kade Institute is offering a new live Virtual Speaker Series. We are inviting guest speakers from around the country and Europe to give live virtual lectures on a variety of German-American topics. The presentations are free and open to the public, but require pre-registration. Our first guest will be Walter D. Kamphoefner, Professor of History at Texas A&M University. Prof. Kamphoefner will speak on Faithful to the Fatherland or Doughboys auf Deutsch?  New Perspectives on the World War I Experience.”  For more information click HERE.

And don’t forget to check our events page for other upcoming events!

MKI staff members are also giving virtual presentations and workshops, some of which have been recorded and are available online.  Check out the following two presentations and one panel discussion by MKI Director Mark L. Louden.

A History of the Amishorganized by the Allen (Texas) Public Library
Amish in Wisconsin : a Badger Talk Live lecture
100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment, a panel discussion organized by the German-American Heritage Museum in Washington, DC