Information for visitors

Visiting our exhibitions and events is currently possible without access control. Wearing a mask (medical or FFP2) at Amerikahaus is currently not mandatory, but is still recommended.
For the individual departments, please note our current information on our corona protection measures. Please refrain from visiting if you feel unwell or have cold or flu-like symptoms.

Thank you very much for your cooperation and understanding.

PLEASE NOTE: The Amerikahaus will be closed after 6 p.m. on Friday, December 2nd, 2022 and all day on Saturday, December 3rd, 2022 due to the Jugend hackt-Hackathon.

Cover of "The Empress of Weehawken" ©Amerikahaus München

"The Empress of Weehawken" by Irene Dische

Wednesday, June 1, 2022, 6 p.m.

Electing to omit her narrow escape with her husband from the Nazis and their immigration to New Jersey, Elisabeth Rother is writing her memoirs. The subject that consumes her is the waywardness of her daughter, Renate, and her granddaughter, Irene: Renate performs autopsies on the bodies of politicians whom death has harvested in the nighttime arms of their mistresses; Irene drops out of school to roam the world, refuses to correct her nose with plastic surgery, and shows alarming signs of enjoying sex. What, Elisabeth ponders, is to be done with such women? With the love between mothers and daughters at its heart, The Empress of Weehawken is a novel that expertly mines the veins of comedy and tenderness.

Want to read this month’s Literary Circle book choice and enjoy using an e-reader? You can download The Empress of Weehawken for free when you join our eBook Club! See here for more information about the eBook-Club and how to sign up and access hundreds of gratis books and audiobooks!

Learn more about the Amerikahaus Literary Circle.

Photo: Cover of "The Empress of Weehawken" ©Amerikahaus München

Please note the change of delivery and venue:
This event will now take place at the Amerikahaus and not online—we will meet in the well-ventilated conference room on the ground floor. The room is accessible via stairs or elevator.

Attendees must furbish proof of full vaccination against COVID-19, which will be checked by the Amerikahaus Literary Circle advisor, who has set this policy, which differs somewhat from the Amerikahaus policy for visitors.

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