Come on our trips: Join one our study abroad programs and immerse yourself in Germany's capital Berlin.
Come practice your language skills while discussing German language and culture with members of the German Club, faculty, and members of the commun
On October 14, 2021, Professor John Hamilton spoke on "Limits to Convenience: Chamisso's Schlemihl As a Cautionary Tale."
Held on the Hitchcock Hall lawn. There was German food, music, games, and a photo booth. Dirndl and Lederhosen were welcome!
Analyses of how far-right ideas spread across borders have sidelined the importance of languages and its agents. This event centered around the role of translation and translators in countering racism, antisemitism, and other forms of white supremacy.
How does the evolution of humor shift over time? When does controversial humor become socially acceptable, and when does it cease to be acceptable?
Authors Maxi Oberberger and Thomas von Steinaecker talked about how their lives had been changed since last year. How are artists affected by the latest digital turns in the pandemic?
The Wright Center for the Study of Computation and Just Communitiesneld a zoom brainstorming session on "Fake News, Propaganda, and the Narrative Force – Historical, Aesthetic, Computational, and Cultural Considerations" on April 5, 2021.
The German speaking world is a multicultural space that contains the lived shared experience by people of diverse backgrounds. We continue to strive toward an inclusive representation of this diversity in our language curriculum.
The Modern Language Association has announced that the winner of this year's Scaglione Prize is Prof. Petra McGillen for her book The Fontane Workshop: Manufacturing Realism in the Industrial Age of Print.