Dr. Martina Kohl is a Cultural Affairs Specialist at the U.S. Embassy in Berlin, Germany, where she coordinates a Germany-wide speaker and curriculum development program in American Studies. She holds an M.A. and a doctorate in American Studies, English Studies and History from Johannes-Gutenberg University Mainz. Dr. Kohl studied at Florida Southern College and taught as well as conducted research at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. In 2013, she received the Hans Eberhard Piepho Prize for the U.S. Embassy School Election Project and the “Ausgezeichnete Orte – Land der Ideen” Award for the Going Green – Education for Sustainability Project in 2015. Dr. Kohl frequently teaches in the American Studies program at Humboldt University Berlin and at the Obama Institute at Mainz University.
Blog posts by Martina Kohl:
Remembering the Fall of the Wall
In honor of the 30thanniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the American Studies Blog will remember this spectacular event in history through the eyes … Continue reading Remembering the Fall of the Wall
Going Green in the U.S.? Yes!
General perception has it that Americans do not care about the environment. But did you know that according to the Gallup Poll in March 2014, 80% … Continue reading Going Green in the U.S.? Yes!