Dr. Adam Seipp "Mox Nix: The US Army and the Germans, 1945-1963â€. Monday, November 12, 20186pm â€“ Reception including heavy hors dâ€™oevres and beverages7:15pm â€“ Lecture and Q&AAdmission $0-$25 including food and beverages ** When ordering multiple tickets, please add guest's name in comment box or order each ticket individually so that we can capture names of guests for name tags â€“ Thank you! ** Lecture: Professor Seipp speaks about the presence of foreign militaries, particularly the American Army in Germany, and how it shaped a set of new ideas about sovereignty that had long-lasting legacies in Germany. Speaker Dr. Adam Seipp is Professor of History and Associate Department Chair at Texas A&M University. His research and teaching focus on post-1945 German history, specifically on war and social change in modern Germany. He is the author of several books and articles, including Strangers in the Wild Place: Refugees, Americans, and a German Town, 1945-1952 (Bloomington, 2013), the editor of Modern Germany in Transatlantic Perspective (Berghahn Books; 2017), and two articles: Buchenwald Stories: Testimony, Military History, and the American Encounter with the Holocaust in the Journal of Military History (2015) and The Driftwood of War: The US Army, Expellees, and West German Society, 1945-1952 in War and Society (2013). Dr. Seipp is working on two research projects. The first is a social history of the American military presence in the Federal Republic of Germany from 1945-1995. The second examines the role of testimony in shaping narratives of concentration camp liberation in the United States and Germany. Dr. Seippâ€™s research has been funded by the Fulbright Program, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), German Marshall Fund, German Historical Institute â€“ Washington, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. He currently serves as a DAAD Research Ambassador and is the 2015-16 A.I. and Manet Schepps Foundation Teaching Fellow of the USC Shoah Foundation. Sponsors: The lecture is part of the 2018 "Shaping Germany" Campus Campaign sponsored by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Washington, D.C. and the University of St. Thomas.