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9 years ago
At long last, the re-rendered, re-mastered videos from the April 2012 Multilingual, 2.0? International Symposium at the University of Arizona are available free and in full on the German Studies Department's Youtube page. Here you can (re-)watch...
9 years ago
The Department of German Studies is pleased to announce the release of Professor Chantelle Warner's new book The Pragmatics of Literary Testimony: Authenticity Effects in German Social Autobiographies, which just appeared with Routledge. In...
9 years ago
Join Professor Albrecht Classen and M.A. student Martina Schwalm in a tour of UAMA's magnificent altarpiece of Ciudad Rodrigo. The Altarpiece from Ciudad Rodrigo is an ongoing exhibition at the University of Arizona's Art Museum. The 26 panels from...
9 years ago
Older research on the premodern world limited its focus on the Church, the court, and, more recently, on urban space. The present volume invites readers to consider the meaning of rural space, both in light of ecocritical readings and social-...
9 years ago
"Berlin is poor but sexy“ – Since Berlin´s governing mayor, Klaus Wowereit made this ambiguous observation in a television interview in 2004, it has become a popular slogan and very successful marketing tool to draw an ever growing stream of...
9 years ago
Want to learn all the business language and etiquette required to work in German speaking country? Just like Japan, the conduct of business in Germany involves a lot of diplomacy and protocol, not to forget the highly specialized language. This...
9 years ago
Congratulations to the many students who have passed through classes and programs in the Department of German Studies and graduated in May. Three graduate students completed their Master’s degrees: Alan Eby, Sabine Koehler-Curry and Rachel Walker....
9 years ago
The MLA regards the learning of languages other than English as vital to an understanding of the world; such learning serves as a portal to the literatures, cultures, historical perspectives, and human experiences that constitute the human record....
9 years ago
It is time – or nearly time – to breathe again. As another school year comes to an end, we reflect on the lives we have changed. We consider how we could have instructed our units just a little differently. We know we provided the best education for...
9 years ago
The Department of German Studies is proud to announce Prof. Classen's recently edited book about life and death within a philosophical and ethical discourse. Read below the German and English abstracts: Wie ging man in der Frühneuzeit mit dem...
9 years ago
"It was like the Oscars," said Professor David Gramling, "red carpet, collective suspense, a packed auditorium,—and then, the inimitable Alexander Ganz was called up to the podium!" On Monday evening, April 9 at the Memorial Student Union East...
9 years ago
The Department of German Studies proudly announces Prof. Classen's latest edited book titled Aspects of Literary Translation. This first issue of the new book series Translation, Text and Interferences publishes papers dealing with a variety of...

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