Event Program

January – March 2023

If an event is in English or bilingual (German/English), the event description is in English. The event language is also included in the event details.

Januar 2023

Dienstag 31.01. 19.00 Uhr

My Culture Is Not a Costume

Our panel elaborates from different perspectives why dressing up or playing games like „Cowboys and Indians“ is problematic. The panelists include Indigenous experts from Canada and the US – ranging from filmmakers to musicians and art historians.

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Februar 2023

Donnerstag 02.02. 16.00 Uhr

Tom Franklin reads “Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter”

The New York Times bestselling author Tom Franklin reads excerpts from his novel Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter for high school students.

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Donnerstag 02.02. 17.30 Uhr

Au Pair in den USA

Du liebst es mit Kindern zu arbeiten und suchst nach einer günstigeren Methode deinen Traum von einem USA-Aufenthalt zu ermöglichen? Dann ist ein Au Pair Jahr genau das richtige für dich!

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Donnerstag 02.02. 18.00 Uhr

Eröffnung: Das Nordamerika Filmfestival

DAS NORDAMERIKA FILMFESTIVAL kehrt endlich wieder als Präsenzveranstaltung zurück nach Stuttgart. Wir laden Sie herzlich zur offiziellen Eröffnung ein.

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Donnerstag 02.02. 19.00 Uhr

The Divider: Trump in the White House 2017 – 2021

Er will es nochmal wissen: Donald Trump kandidiert um die US-Präsidentschaft 2024. In diesem exklusiven Online-Talk berichtet die Washington-Korrespondentin des New Yorker Susan Glasser was sie in dieser absurden, aber auch todernsten Ära in der Schaltzentrale der Macht erlebt hat.

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Samstag 04.02. 12.15 Uhr

NATIVE RUNWAY

Join us for a special tour of the exhibition “Native Runway” with our guide !

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Sonntag 05.02. 12.15 Uhr

NATIVE RUNWAY

Join us for a special tour of the exhibition “Native Runway” with our guide !

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Montag 06.02. 20.00 Uhr

DARK MONDAY: „Almost, Maine“ by John Cariani

In February, NEAT is going to perform „Almost, Maine“ by John Cariani.

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Dienstag 07.02. 14.00 Uhr

Tom Franklin reads “Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter”

The New York Times bestselling author Tom Franklin reads excerpts from his novel Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter for high school students.

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Mittwoch 08.02. 17.00 Uhr

Instagram Live: FSJ Kultur

Wir tauschen uns mit unserer aktuellen FSJlerin Kaja rund um das FSJ Kultur aus.

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Donnerstag 09.02. 18.00 Uhr

Teaching Native American Literature and Culture

For far too long, Indigenous peoples have been portrayed through stereotypes, especially in movies and mainstream media. But Native American culture is much more than could ever be depicted in a Western movie produced by white people. So how can it be taught in schools?

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Freitag 10.02. 09.30 Uhr

Quilting Bee: The Baltimore Beauties

We are an international, multilingual hand-sewing quilting, knitting and crocheting group. Join us for one of our sessions!

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Freitag 10.02. 19.00 Uhr

Empire Study Group

Join us in a monthly exploration of the United States’ global interests and burdens. Each session focuses on a different article or topic and our lively discussions always lead to interesting new insights.

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Samstag 11.02. 10.00 Uhr

Writers in Stuttgart

We are writers! Every month we get together to read what we‘ve written and to share our writing experiences and ideas with one another.

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Montag 13.02. 18.00 Uhr

NATIVE RUNWAY

Join us for a special tour of the exhibition “Native Runway” with our guide !

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Montag 13.02. 19.30 Uhr

Stammtisch TRANSATLANTIK

Join English-speaking people from all over the world who meet once a month for enjoyable conversation.

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Mittwoch 15.02. 10.00 Uhr

Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators

Join the SCBWI group at the DAZ, an international professional organization for authors and illustrators of books for children and young adults.

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Mittwoch 15.02. 18.00 Uhr

Youth Club

Do you want to experience American culture, practice your English, enjoy fun activities, and meet new friends with similar interests? Then join our Youth Club!

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Mittwoch 15.02. 19.00 Uhr

Verbotene Bücher

Die Schulen fungieren als Schauplatz für ziemlich alles, was die USA polarisiert. Gemeinsam mit USA-Korrespondentin Annett Meiritz und Politologe Dr. Tobias Endler sprechen wir über den Einfluss der Politik in das amerikanische Schulsystem.

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Donnerstag 16.02. 10.30 Uhr

Let’s Read!

Are you interested in reading American literature? Then join our literature discussion series! This month we are going to discuss “Telephone“ by Percival Everett.

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März 2023

Samstag 04.03. 10.00 Uhr

Writers in Stuttgart

We are writers! Every month we get together to read what we‘ve written and to share our writing experiences and ideas with one another.

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Montag 06.03. 20.00 Uhr

DARK MONDAY: Daniel Regelbrugge

In March, NEAT is going to perform Daniel Regelbrugge.

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Freitag 10.03. 09.30 Uhr

Quilting Bee: The Baltimore Beauties

We are an international, multilingual hand-sewing quilting, knitting and crocheting group. Join us for one of our sessions!

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Freitag 10.03. 19.00 Uhr

Empire Study Group

Join us in a monthly exploration of the United States’ global interests and burdens. Each session focuses on a different article or topic and our lively discussions always lead to interesting new insights.

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Montag 13.03. 19.30 Uhr

Stammtisch TRANSATLANTIK

Join English-speaking people from all over the world who meet once a month for enjoyable conversation.

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Mittwoch 15.03. 10.00 Uhr

Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators

Join the SCBWI group at the DAZ, an international professional organization for authors and illustrators of books for children and young adults.

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Montag 20.03. 19.00 Uhr

Wer rettet Amerika?

Zu Bidens Amtsantrit hofften viele, dass er die zerrissene Nation einen und ihre Wunden heilen könnte. Heute sind die gesellschaftlichen Gräben tiefer denn je. USA-Korrespondentin Claudia Buckenmaier fühlt der mächtigsten Nation der Welt den Puls.

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Donnerstag 23.03. 10.30 Uhr

Let’s Read!

Are you interested in reading American literature? Then join our literature discussion series! This month we are going to discuss “The Hurting Kind“ by Ada Limon.

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