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Camp Fahrenheit 516 Brings German and American Junior Firefighters Together

This summer, a group of enterprising young Germans and Americans participated in a different kind of cultural exchange called Camp Fahrenheit 516. The camp, hosted by the Nassau County Junior Firefighters Association, brought together Junior Firefighters from Nassau County, New York and Haverlah, Germany for a week of intense training.

© Hannah Schaedler
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“Mississippi. An Anthropocene River” Field Station #5: Commodity Exploitation

Mississippi. An Anthropocene River” takes the concept of the Anthropocene – the period of history during which humans have been the dominant influence on climate and the environment – into the field. Field Station #5 focuses on the spatial politics of both urban and rural sites between Memphis, Jackson, and New Orleans, investigating its major ramifications on human bodies and the broader landscape.

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“Don’t Compare…Understand”: The 10th Annual German-American Business Day

At this year’s 10th annual German American Business Day, the German American Exchange (GAE) celebrated ten years of internships in Germany for American students. The GAE strives to be more than an exchange program by highlighting the growing importance of the economic relationships between Europe and the USA by facilitating direct experience in working environments abroad.

© Harold N. Fisk
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Mississippi. An Anthropocene River” Field Station #4: Confluence Ecologies

Mississippi. An Anthropocene River takes the concept of the Anthropocene – the period of history during which humans have been the dominant influence on climate and the environment – into the field. Field Station #4, Confluence Ecologies, aims to bring a regionally focused lens to the globally entangled Anthropocene condition.

© Maja Frank
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@zukunftlikefuture

How do you envision the future of your career? In her Instagram diary @zukunftlikefuture German Maja Frank travels across the United States to ask young people about the future of work.