Mark your calendars today and help us welcome Dr. Kenneth Hafertepe to Dallas.
Dr. Kenneth Hafertepe is chair and professor of Museum Studies at Baylor University. He is author of six books, co-editor of and contributor to two others, and the author of many articles on historic Texas buildings. He will present his latest book, The Material Culture of German Texans, which explores how the material culture of German immigrants to Texas was influenced by their European roots, how it was adapted to everyday life in Texas and how it changed over time.
You are invited to attend a FREE lecture presented by JHG Texas. Please see the letter and flyer below:
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Dr. Thomas Adam of the University of Texas at Arlington will discuss the various depictions of the Holocaust, Hitler and Nazism in film and novels from the 1930s to the present.
J. Erik Jonsson Central Library | 4th floor | 1515 Young Street | Dallas, TX 75201
Learn more about Dr. Thomas Adam and his work HERE.
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The Texas German Society (TGS), Tarrant County Chapter, will host Barbara Ortwein, historical fiction writer.
Join TGS for a delightful afternoon and travel back in time to learn about our German Texan past.
Author Talk with Barbara Ortwein
All Saints Lutheran Church
4325 SW Green Oaks Blvd.
There is no charge and light refreshments will be served. Please feel free to bring a snack to share.
Please download the flyer below for more information.
The Dallas Eric M. Warburg Chapter of the American Council on Germany,
the German American Club of Dallas, and the Dallas Goethe Center
cordially invite you to a
Discussion and Luncheon with
Working and Living in Space
Music Lecture & Reception
Zion Lutheran Church | 6121 E. Lovers Lane | Dallas, TX 75214
Free and open to the public
Please download the flyer below for more information and RSVP by October 4 and direct questions to Sandra Bauer at 972.241.3545 or firstname.lastname@example.org.