Dear members of the Yale family in Germany (especially Munich),

A reminder that we have one more Munich Dialogues on Democracy event before the summer break. Join us in person or online for an evening about flaws in our democratic systems with Harvard professor and best-selling author Daniel Ziblatt on May 16th. Registration for in-person tickets is free and open to the public. 

The Yale Club / Harvard Club / Munich Dialogues team will be hosting a networking dinner buffet/bar after the event with Prof. Ziblatt. The Harvard Club spots sold out within hours. We have 5 Yale club spots left. Please RSVP  to by Friday, May 3rd if you would like to come, otherwise we'll open the slots up to the Harvard Club Waitlist. Thanks! See details on our website and below. Hope to see you there!

Boola Boola,



Daniel Ziblatt, Director, Center for European Studies & Eaton Professor of the Science of Government at Harvard University (How Democracies DieThe Tyranny of the Minority) will be joining us in Munich to talk about the fragile state of democracies around the world and especially in the United States with the upcoming election. 

Co-hosts: Yale Club of Germany e.V. and The Harvard Clubs of Germany (Munich Chapters) together with Munich Dialogues on Democracy and Amerikahaus München

• Date: Thursday, 16 May 2024, 7pm

• Location: Amerikahaus Munich, Karolinenplatz 3, 80333 Munich 

• Registration for the talk (free and open to the public):  Please register for the talk HERE

• Registration for the reception:  Please register for the reception by email to

• Cost: The registration fee for the networking reception is €35 and includes a dinner and drink buffet. Please note that registration in advance is required.  As space is limited, only registered attendees can be admitted to the dinner. 


The Yale Club of Germany e.V.


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To contribute, please arrange a bank transfer (Überweisung) to the following account and be sure to include your email address so we can send you your tax-deductible donation receipt:

Payee: Yale Club e.V.
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For any question regarding contributions, please contact our Treasurer, Hans Christian Siller.

Club Officers


Bartley Grosserichter (Yale College ’88)


Hans Christian Siller (GSAS ’12)


Alexander Schmitt Glaeser (LLM ’89)


Rebecca Haltzel-Haas (Yale College ’90)


Jana Striezel (LLM ’02)