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Princeton in Munich concludes another exciting summer session in Munich, Germany

Princeton in Munich, the German Department’s study abroad program, concludes another exciting...

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German Summer Work Program turns 60!

This summer, the German Summer Work Program (SWP) celebrates its 60th year connecting Princeton...

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  • Princeton in Munich concludes another exciting summer session in Munich, Germany Munich-207x3

    Princeton in Munich, the German Department’s study abroad program, concludes another exciting summer session in Munich, Germany. The program combines intensive language instruction at the Goethe Institut with seminars on literature and culture lead by professors from Princeton University’s German Department. Email pim@princeton.edu for information about the summer 2019 program.

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  • ‘60 Minutes’ features German major Mason Cox Capture-60min

    The CBS program “60 Minutes” featured Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber and several students, focusing on how Princeton and other colleges and universities are increasing college access and success for first-generation and low-income college students.

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  • GER314: Theatre Complicité / Simon McBurney’s “The Encounter” was a GREAT Success! headphones-on-tabl

    Session was on Wednesday May 9th 7-10pm in East Pyne 205 “The Encounter” is a play by international theatre company Complicite and its artistic director Simon McBurney, inspired by the novel Amazon Beaming by Petru Popescu. It was first performed at the Edinburgh International Festival on 8 August 2015, and received its London premiere at […]

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  • German Summer Work Program turns 60! theater700

    This summer, the German Summer Work Program (SWP) celebrates its 60th year connecting Princeton undergraduates with internships in German-speaking countries, now the oldest and largest international internship program of its kind at the University. Since its founding in 1958, SWP has stimulated interest among students in German language and culture and promoted transatlantic understanding. Beyond […]

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Events

  • 2018 Summer School for Media Studies Gulliver-Main

    Scaling. What happens when we scale things up or down? Princeton-Weimar Summer School for Media Studies June 16–22, 2018 The Princeton-Weimar Summer School for Media Studies -a collaboration between Bauhaus-Universität Weimar (Internationales Kolleg für Kulturtechnikforschung und Medienphilosophie, IKKM) and Princeton University (German Department)-returns to Princeton in 2018 for its eighth installment. The 2018 session will […]

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  • Hanne Darboven’s Address – Place and Time hanne-darbovens-700x300

    The opening of the exhibition Hanne Darboven’s Address — Place and Time on April 27, 2018, will be accompanied by a series of readings, lectures, and performances featuring presentations by composer and artist Seth Cluett and artists Nick Mauss and Ken Okiishi, as well as readings by students from Art & Archaeology, Comparative Literature, European […]

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  • Superstition and Magic in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods Image-Grad-Medieval-Conference700300

    “The Magical and Superstitious Past as a Foreign Country” Michael Bailey, Keynote Speaker, Iowa State University Date: Friday, April 20th Time: 9:00 am — 10:30 am · Jones Hall 202 Co-organized by: Jonathan Martin, PhD, Department of German 2018 Sonja Andersen, Graduate Student, Department of German   In an age when authorities attempt to assault […]

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  • How Literatures Begin: A Comparative Approach to Problems and Methods Der Arme Poet

    Prof. Joel Lande (Department of German) Prof. Denis Feeney (Department of Classics) Symposium for Friday, April 13, 2018

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