Benjamin M. Stoltenburg to deliver lecture April 12
Having worked in the thick of the migrant crisis in Europe, Benjamin M. Stoltenburg, Ph.D., an instructor of language and cultural integration strategies from Münster, Germany, will deliver a lecture titled "The European Refugee Crisis-Germany's Answer" at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, in F.W. Olin Building Room 102 on the Luther campus.
The event, open to the public with no charge for admission, is part of the Center for Ethics and Public Engagement's spring series of panels titled "Tough Talk, Calm Voices."
An instructor of German language and linguistics, Stoltenburg has taught in the U.S. and Germany. His academic interests lie in German philology and secondary language acquisition. He taught German studies at Macalester College and German linguistics at the University of Münster, and he currently works as an instructor of language and integration for migrants for the Bildungsinstitut in Münster, Germany.
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