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Princeton Alumni Event, June 25, 2018

Dear Friends of Princeton and the Ivy Circle:

You are cordially invited to a reception in honor of Professor Harold James organized by the Chair of the PAAG’s Frankfurt Chapter, Dr. Michael Fabricius (a former student of Prof. James). A professor at Princeton’s History Department and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Prof. James currently holds the Visiting Professorship of Financial History at Goethe University´s House of Finance. Professor James’ research focuses on Economics and Financial History and Modern European History, especially on Germany and the European Monetary Union. He is the Claude and Lore Kelly Professor in European Studies, Professor of History and International Affairs and Director of the Program in Contemporary European Politics and Society at Princeton University. In addition, he holds the position of Official Historian at the International Monetary Fund.

The reception will take place on

Monday, June 25, 2018, at 7:00 pm
in the office of Fabricius Vermögensverwaltung GmbH,
Opernplatz 10 (vis-à-vis the Opera)

Professor James will briefly share his views on the current state of transatlantic economic relations and other questions of interest (as, for example, the lessons to be learned from Lehman’s failure 2008, ten years later, as laid out in a recent conference at Goethe
University and a written comment)

Equally important, this evening promises to become a great opportunity to get together, to reconnect and to get to know each other.

Please RSVP by email to michael.fabricius@fabricius-vv.de by Thursday, June 21, indicating the number of people attending.

“Think Europe – Europe thinks” mit Dr. Christoph von Marschall, January 22, 2018

The Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences invites all friends of Princeton to its next event on the 22nd of January in its series „Think Europe – Europe Thinks“. Dr. Christoph von Marschall, the diplomatic correspondent of the Berliner Tagesspiegel, will present a lecture entitled “USA – Europa: Eine entfremdete Beziehung?”

Dr. Marschall combines long experience in Washington with a critical but sympathetic view of America. Anyone who has enjoyed his outstanding book “Was ist mit den Amis los?: Über unser zwiespältiges Verhältnis zu den USA” will not want to miss this interesting event. Attendance is free of charge. You can register at the following link: www.frankfurt-university.de/ThinkEurope

JHU Alumni Holiday Event: Stammtisch “Christmas Edition”, December 6, 2017

Dear Ivy Circle members,

The JHU Germany Alumni Association warmly invites you to join us for a special holiday event:

Come spend some time on Saint Nicholas’ Day — Wednesday, December 6th at 7:00 pm — with a visit to the Alte Nikolaikirche gallery at the Alte Nikolai Capelle. Overlooking the Frankfurt Christmas Market, the gallery is specially reserved for our group that night and offers a spectacular view of old town Frankfurt and the Römer Square. Friends and families are very welcome!

Just prior to our visit, there will be a brass band playing from the balcony; come a little early to enjoy the festive music!

Following our gallery visit, we will enjoy some Glühwein & treats in the Christmas market — meet us at the market stands directly in front of the church.

*Meeting spot for the Gallery tour: Next to the Capelle on Saalgasse (https://www.google.de/maps/place/Alte+Nikolaikirche/@50.1099668,8.6801481,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x47bd0ea64086285f:0x4c4ed65ae5b68f16!8m2!3d50.1099668!4d8.6823421), which is the immediate right side when facing the church.

U-Bahn: Dom Römer
Parking: Parkhaus Dom Römer (Domstraße 1, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, https://parkhausfrankfurt.de/en/car-parks/Dom-Roemer/Dom-Roemer.html)

*Cost: The Alte Nikolaikirche gallery requests a small individual donation (amount of your choice) from guests.
*RSVP: Email JHUAlumniGermany@gmail.com by Tuesday, December 5th with your name & preferred email contact details. If you will be bringing guests, please estimate how many. Space is limited, so please RSVP promptly.

With Best Wishes for the Holidays,
Maren Michel and Jakob Liermann
Johns Hopkins University Alumni, Germany