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3 years ago
Titled "Languaging as Refuge: Practice Meets Theory," the new special double issue of Critical Multilingualism Studies (founding co-editors are Professors Gramling and Warner) contains a moving range of perspectives and stories, which Amanda...
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3 years ago
Professor Chantelle Warner will join other UA faculty at an open house hosted by the University of Arizona Museum of Art this coming Thursday (Sep.6). From 9:30 to 10:30 faculty will share some of their experiences and successes teaching with the...
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3 years ago
Dr. Classen has added a new genre to his list of publications: In addition to academic work and poetry, he is now the author of a German collection of satires about American life. Read more about the book here.
PhD Student Patrick Ploschnitzki
3 years ago
"Das Fenster zur Welt (The Window to the World) (2013) chronicles the friendship between two grieving individuals: the eighty-year-old Hanna, who is reevaluating her life after the death of her elderly mother, and the much younger Michael, who is...
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3 years ago
“Monolingualism just won’t cut it if you want to know what the world is singing and saying in its stories, myths, legends, and lyrics,” said David Gramling, UA associate professor of German Studies. “I have such hope for the boundless...
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3 years ago
German professors David Gramling, Yuliya Komska, and Michelle Moyd have published Linguistic Obedience: Restoring Power to Civic Language. This book asks how we—as citizens, immigrants, activists, teachers—can counter the abuse...
German Department Graduates and Faculty
3 years ago
We are celebrating our MA and PhD Graduates and are wishing them all the best for their future endeavors. Please join us in congratulating: Agnes Cšer, PhD Jesse Archbold, MA Stephanie Della Cella, MA Jessi Long, MA Amalie Sielaff...
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3 years ago
The National Center for Interpretation awarded two graduate student fellowships to SLAT PhD Candidate Amanda Snell and Transcultural German Studies PhD Student Patrick Ploschnitzki. Please join us in congratulating Amanda and Patrick, and...
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3 years ago
See which courses we are offering this summer in the attached overview or in our course schedule. We have language courses and GenEds, both online and in person.
3 years ago
As we are nearing graduation, our MA and PhD candidates are successfully taking their exams and defending their dissertations. We are so proud of their achievements and are celebrating our Spring graduates Amalie Sielaff, Stephanie Della Cella...
3 years ago
"Anything you can say can also be said casually" (Elfriede Gerstl, "Spielräume"). In February 2018, departmental Writer-in-Residence Nika Pfeifer and PhD Candidate Lydia Heiss adapted the online class CAFÉ GERSTL, usually offered by Augusta Laar...
3 years ago
Please join us in congratulating our Masters student colleague Jesse Archbold on receiving the Stafania Gray Graduate Presentation Award by the University of New Mexico Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures for his talk...

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