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6 years ago
Professor Classen was recently elected Vice President/President Elect of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association (RMMLA). RMMLA is a regional organization, one of six independent branches of...
6 years ago
German Studies Profs. David Gramling and Chantelle Warner have published their co-authored article “Toward a Contact Pragmatics of Literature: Habitus, Text, and the Advanced L2 Classroom" in the...
6 years ago
Professor Albrecht Classen took his class German 430 Crossing Borders/Crossing Cultures on an excursion in November 2010 to San Xavier del Bac, south of Tucson, which used to be one of the many...
6 years ago
UA Distinguished Professor Albrecht Classen has edited a three-part reference volume meant to provide readers with a broad understanding of contemporary research in medieval studies. Albrecht...
7 years ago
2008-09 has been a very active, busy, and productive year for the German Studies Department. In addition to the seven tenured members in the Department, we started the year with two new assistant...
7 years ago
Two of our German Studies minors have been honored with the annual Pillars of Excellence for outstanding studient scholars award.
Congratulations to our MA graduates Naomi Lundgren, Jessica Nichols and Martina Schwalm. We wish them much success in their future endeavors!
In May, the Department of German Studies celebrated the conferral of the degree of Master of Arts in German Studies upon three graduates, Christopher Ludwig, Ethan Rogers, and Sarah Allen....
German Studies Professor Chantelle Warner, together with Carl Blyth (University of Texas, Austin) and Joanna Luks (Cornell University), launched a new collaborative project for open educational...
The students of German 450: The Task of the Translator (Spring 2013, Prof. David Gramling) have recently published their co-translation of British-Austrian poet Peter Waterhouse's 2003 prose poem "...

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