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  • Lecture "Translating Capital in the Twenty-First Century"

    On May 9th at 4.30 pm in Haldeman 246 Paul Reitter will be speaking about his new English edition of Marx’s Capital (Vol. 1), which will include the first English retranslation in more than forty years. Paul Reitter teaches in the German department at Ohio State University. 

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  • Lunchtime Talk: An American in Berlin

    What kept the famous Bauhaus artist, Lyonel Feininger in Berlin?  German critic Andreas Platthaus traces Feininger's Berlin years and his eventual return to the US . Thursday, April 25, 2019 at noon in 246 Haldeman. 

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  • New German Club Officers Elected

    It is time: German Club will meet weekly in Winter 2019 term. Let the officership know what meeting times are most convenient to you by following the article link.

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  • Guest lecture on Gottfried Keller

    Jessica Resvick (University of Chicago) will give a talk entitled: SELF RECOGNITION AND THE MIRROR OF REALISM: GOTTFRIED' KELLER'S 'THE MISUSED LOVE LETTERS' on Friday, January 11, 2019

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  • German Beats Podcast Launch

    German Studies has just launched its German Beats podcast archive. Podcasts feature conversations between German Studies faculty and students (with music) as well as guest speaker interviews and sound pieces relating to German language, literature and culture from our course offerings. 

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  • German Studies LLC Oktoberfest

    Join German Studies for traditional Bavarian food, drink, music and carnival games to celebrate fall! Learn some German and German culture along the way. Tuesday, October 9 from 7-9 pm in Occom Commons (Goldtein Hall). Free and open to all!

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  • A discussion of antisemitism, its history and dangers

    Please join President Phil Hanlon, Rabbi Moshe Gray, and Professor Susannah Heschel for a discussion of antisemitism, its history and dangers, on Monday, November 5, from 5:15 to 6:30 pm in the Paganucci Lounge in the Class of 1953 Commons. Bring your questions! 

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Recent Publications

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  • “Erich Auerbach and the Seriality of the Figure”

    New German Critique, no. 133 (2018): 111–154.

  • Eastern Europe Unmapped. Beyond Borders and Peripheries.

    Berghahn Books, 2017.

  • Sovereignty in Ruins: A Politics of Crisis

    George Edmondson (eds.)

    Duke University Press, 2017.

  • A Global History of Sexual Science 1880-1960

    Douglas Haynes, Ryan Jones (eds.)

    University of California Press, 2017

Events

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