GAI Podcast

7 EpisodesProduced by GAI

Since 1957 The Germanic American Institute has been building cultural bridges between the American Midwest and German-speaking European countries.We cordially invite you on the inside, to join us as we share insights into German grammar, the German cultural experience, we’ll look at current topics, … read more

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E5: Guest: GAI Exec. Director Jeana Anderson, and Karnival & Fasching

February 7th, 2019


GAI's Executive Director Jeana Anderson joins us for a stroll down GAI memory lane, who we've become over the past 50 years, and where we're headed …

Special Episode: Dr. Heino Beckmann

January 31st, 2019


Dr. Heino Beckmann visited the GAI Studio for an in-depth conversation about comparative government, social standards and perspectives, education, economics, the American 2nd Amendment from a European view, and more.

E4| Q1: The European Union. Q2:Heritage as cultural identifier?

January 11th, 2019


We answered two student submitted questions:

1, What is the importance of the EU to the Germans?

2, As native Germans, Austrians, Swiss, what do we think when someone tells that they're from our country, while being a …

Special Episode: Fred Amram

December 14th, 2018


We had the privilege to talk with Fred Amram about surviving the Holocaust, what reconciliation and forgiveness mean, and what we should focus on as …

E3 Christmas & New Year

December 12th, 2018


E2 Articles & Traditions

November 8th, 2018


In this episode, we cover:
•The German use case for LGBTQ articles and how language is "alive" and ever-changing with the needs of society.
•The …

E0 GAI: Octoberfest & more

October 11th, 2018


Our inaugural episode at the Germanic American Institute, and we're diving into a short reading, the significance of the Octoberfest, and current events.
DYK?: During the early years of the Octoberfest, beer was not a …

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