News

3 weeks ago
The Department is now accepting applications for the 2018 Summer Study-in-Leipzig-Germany Program, a study abroad program in German language and culture. Students of any area of study with a minimum...
3 weeks ago
In March 2017, second-year PhD student Patrick Ploschnitzki was approached by German screenwriter, director, and author David Sedlaczek, who was looking for a translator for his first novel, Runaway...
3 weeks ago
German Studies Professor, Peter Ecke, was visiting the Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico, September 20-23. He gave a presentation on “Verbal Fluency Tests in Classroom Practice and Research Contexts...
1 month ago
UA Study Abroad is excited to announce a new scholarship, the CDH Charitable Foundation Study Abroad Scholarship. With awards up to $8,000 for Spring 2018 semester-long programs, this scholarship...
1 month ago
Issue 5.2 of Critical Multilingualism Studies on “Legitimate Speakers in Contested Spaces” went live this week. The new volume includes an introductory essay and eight new articles,...
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This is the first major study to apply ecocritical concepts and theoretical notions for the study of medieval literature focusing on the role of water. The extensive introductory chapter looks at the...
2 months ago
"...in der first street, im gelben haus, hausen germanisten..." Michael Speier, our Writer-in-Residence in 2016, wrote a poem about his time in Tucson that you can read here. 
2 months ago
"Freiheit mit Sporen" is the title of Christopher Kloeble's article in Die Zeit. Read it here. 
2 months ago
Geschichten vom Fliehen und Ankommen | Stories of Escaping and Arriving: A Project of the Department of German Studies under the direction of Dr. Simone Seym, D.E.A., with the students of GER 416 (...
2 months ago
Bach's "Coffee Cantata" was part of the 2014 homecoming celebration of the German Studies Department and the COH alumnus of the year, Eric Baker, who graduated from our department in 1984, went on to...

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