A Discussion with Juliane Schäuble
Monday, May 22, 2023
Juliane Schäuble, U.S. correspondent for “Der Tagesspiegel” and Jill Greenlee, Associate Professor at Brandeis University, will discuss Schäuble’s recent book:
“Guns n’ Rosé – Konservative Frauen Erobern die USA” (Conservative Women Conquer the U.S.), written with Annett Meiritz
In the book, Schäuble writes: “Progressive feminism seems to have all the demographic trends on its side. Today’s twenty-somethings or thirty-somethings are becoming ever more leftist and diverse. Religious affiliation is declining. The traditional family is becoming less common because more people are single or single parents. Given that, conservative women would almost seem an anachronism. Yet as idiosyncratic as their world … may appear, their influence is felt in all areas of everyday life in America. They make their voices heard in every debate, every political decision, whether on abortion, taxes, censored schoolbooks, racism, or vaccine mandates.”
As the country is preparing for the next presidential elections, the German Consulate General Boston and the German American Business Council of Boston are looking forward to this conversation about the role of women in US politics.
Note: The book Guns n’ Rosé – Konservative Frauen Erobern die USA” (written with Annett Meiritz) is currently only available in German. The discussion will be held in English.
When: Monday, May 22nd at 6:00PM
Location: Goethe Institut Boston, 170 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02116
Tickets: complimentary, RSVP required
Juliane Schäuble is the US Correspondent of “Der Tagesspiegel”, Berlin’s largest newspaper. Before she moved to Washington, DC, in June 2018 she was heading the political department of the paper where she was responsible for the front page and the political section. She has been with “Der Tagesspiegel” for more than 14 years. Juliane Schäuble earned a Master’s in Political Science at the University in Potsdam, Germany.
Jill Greenlee is an associate professor in Politics and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Brandeis University. Her expertise is in American politics, political behavior, public opinion, and gender and politics. Her first book, The Political Consequences of Motherhood, explored the complex relationship between motherhood and women’s political attitudes. Jill Greenlee received her B.A. in political science from the University of Michigan and her Ph.D. in political science from the University of California, Berkeley.
This Event is organized by the German Consulate General in Boston and the German-American Business Council.