John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies
The John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies (JFKI) is a central institute at Freie Universität Berln. The JFKI was founded in 1963 by Ernst Fraenkel, a political scientist and was named in the honor of John F. Kennedy after his assassination. The JFKI seeks to explore North America in all its dimensions. Focusing on the United States and Canada, research and teaching at the JFKI unite culture and history with literature and political science, sociology and economics.
John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies
The John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies (JFKI) is a central institute at Freie Universität Berln. The JFKI was founded in 1963 by Ernst Fraenkel, a political scientist and was named in the honor of John F. Kennedy after his assassination. The JFKI seeks to explore North America in all its dimensions. Focusing on the United States and Canada, research and teaching at the JFKI unite culture and history with literature and political science, sociology and economics.