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5 months ago
Thanks to all who participated in this Fall's Fisch out of Water, on October 27, at Cafe Passe. With upwards of 50 participants and a new format, this year's Fisch series promises to be the most...
5 months ago
The Department of German Studies hosted a successful series of events from October 3-6, 2016 that highlighted the theme of Germany meets the United States.  Sponsored by the German...
5 months ago
Germany Meets the US – “Representations of German in Tucson” Project As part of a week of events sponsored by the Germany Embassy around the topic “Germany Meets the US” German language students...
6 months ago
Lana Baeumlisberger completed an internship with the International Rescue Committee through German studies in the spring of 2016. "My experience with the German Department at the University of...
6 months ago
Would you like to study in Germany for a year? Apply for the Federation of German-American Clubs scholarship for 2017/18. You can find more information attached and on our scholarship pages (...
6 months ago
September 30 - October 8, 2016 As new technology-mediated forms of interaction, learning, and meaning making have increasingly become integrated into all domains of life, from everyday to academic...
7 months ago
Dear student of German, I would like to invite you to apply for the 2017 Summer Study in Leipzig - Germany Program, an intensive program in German language and culture.  The...
7 months ago
The American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) meets in Oakland on October 6-9, 2016 for the 39th time, after meeting in Tucson last year. UA students of literary translation Judith Menzl (MA...
7 months ago
This summer (June 29, 2016), Prof. Steve Martinson presented an invited lecture in the Leipziger Literaturwissenschaftliches Colloquium on "'Schlingen und Netze für unvorsichtige Vögel':...
7 months ago
Prof. Classen has recently released a new book Reading Medieval European Women Writers: Strong Literary Witnesses from the Past. Despite a modern tendency to describe medieval women as suppressed and...

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