Sept. 12, 2023
Microbium: The Neglected Lives of Micro-matter, co-edited by Dr. Joela Jacobs and Dr. Agnes Malinowska, tells the story of small matter such as bacteria, coral, fungi, lichen, pollen, protozoa, and viruses. With short entries that are organized like…
Sept. 9, 2023
Albrecht Classen, editor-in-chief, recently published vol. 35 of "Mediaevistik: Internationale Zeitschrift für interdisziplinäre Mittelalterforschung", August 2023, with 559 pp., containing 10 articles and ca. 150 book reviews. Albrecht Classen also…
Sept. 6, 2023
The colloquium will meet on Fridays, 12:00-1:15 pm, either in the Learning Services Building (LSB) 346, and/or via Zoom. Sep. 15: Albrecht Classen (University of Arizona): "Der vergessene Bestseller-Autor Johannes Pauli (1522): Narrative…
Aug. 29, 2023
We are very excited to announce the Deutscher Studenten Club's 2023-2024 officers, as well as celebrate AZ in Leipzig's 20th anniversary!
July 19, 2023
Betsy Carter, a 3rd-year student in SLAT and German Studies, received the 2023 Gutekunst Prize of the Friends of Goethe New York. Betsy received the prize for her translation of Simone Sharbert's novella Rosa in Grau: Eine Heimsuchung. Please go …
June 23, 2023
The Department of German Studies is thrilled to be celebrating the 20th anniversary of the AZ Summer Study in Leipzig program. Since 2003, over 400 students have participated in the month-long summer program at the Universität Leipzig, Germany. This…
May 1, 2023
We had a blast at our Frühlingsfest and say good-bye to our DSC officers: Thank you so much, you did an amazing job!
April 28, 2023
We are honored to announce the promotion of Dr. Chantelle Warner to full professor! She will serve as Acting Associate Dean of the College of Humanities in the coming year. Einen ganz herzlichen Glückwunsch!
April 27, 2023
Einen ganz herzlichen Glückwunsch an Favour Mofoluwawo, Nekoye Masibili, Caroline Byrd und Aishat Oladipupo: We are very happy to announce that our MA students passed their MA exam!
April 20, 2023
We are very happy to share the news that Richmond Embeywa successfully defended his dissertation on "Ideologies of Learner Subjectivity in the German Integration Course." Soon he will be Dr. Embeywa - herzlichen Glückwunsch! Richmond defended on…