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Auerbach’s Augustine: Existential Realism and the Low Style

The Department of German & the Department of Humanities presents: A Lecture by Professor Jane...

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Weimar Cinema: DAS TESTAMENT DES DR. MABUSE

The German Department Presents: DAS TESTAMENT DES DR.MABUSE [THE TESTAMENT OF DR. MABUSE] FRITZ...

Department News

  • Prof. Inka Mülder-Bach (LMU Munich) to teach two Seminars in Spring Semester 2018 Inka-atdesk

    Professor Inka Mülder-Bach, one of the popular Permanent Visiting Professors on the German Department faculty, will be in residence in Princeton for the Spring semester 2018 during which she will teach a graduate seminar (GER 526) entitled “Small Narrative Forms: Anecdote, Case Story, and Novella” and an undergraduate class (GER 307) on “German Literature in […]

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  • Four Undergraduate Majors Awarded Munificent Mary Cunningham Humphreys Prize

    At the annual German Department Holiday Party on December 6th, the Departmental Representative Prof. Thomas Y. Levin awarded The Mary Cunningham Humphreys Junior German Prize to four members of the Class of 2019 for outstanding academic work in the German Department during their junior year. While the prize is normally bestowed upon the top two […]

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  • Jonathan Martin to receive AATG German Quarterly Graduate Student Paper Award Jonathan Martin to receive AATG German Quarterly Graduate Student Paper Award

    Sixth-year graduate student Jonathan Martin’s scholarship has been recognized with the AATG German Quarterly Graduate Student Paper Award for his article “Monopolizing Violence: Gewalt, Self-Control, and the Law in Heinrich von Veldeke’s Eneasroman.” This award is given annually to the best research paper by a graduate student on any topic related to German Studies, to […]

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  • In Memoriam: Michael Curschmann 1936-2017 MCurschmann2017700

    Michael Curschmann joined the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures as an Assistant Professor in 1963—soon after the department had been separated in 1958 from the earlier Modern Languages Department. Trained in German, English, and History at the Ludwig-Maximillians-Universität in Munich, Curschmann served in 1962-63 as an Assistant Professor attached to the chair in Munich […]

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Events

  • Spring 2018 Lecture Series Program now available

    Spring 2018 Lecture Series Program now available Please mark your calendars: the German Department program of lectures, workshops and symposia for the Spring semester 2018, organized by Profs. Thomas Y. Levin and Johannes Wankhammer, has just been announced. Featuring talks by visiting Old Dominion Fellow Prof. Jane Newman (UC Irvine), Prof. Ingrid Christian (Univ. of […]

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  • Auerbach’s Augustine: Existential Realism and the Low Style Newman-Jane-700300bw

    The Department of German & the Department of Humanities presents: A Lecture by Professor Jane O. Newman on Auerbach’s Augustine: Existential Realism and the Low Style Location: East Pyne 205 Time: 4:30pm – 6:00pm Date: February 12th, 2018 This lecture situates Auerbach in the context of the Christian Existentialism of Marburg during his (pre-Istanbul) time […]

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  • Weimar Cinema: DAS TESTAMENT DES DR. MABUSE 010918-Mabuse-700300

    The German Department Presents: DAS TESTAMENT DES DR.MABUSE [THE TESTAMENT OF DR. MABUSE] FRITZ LANG, 1933; 121 MINS January 9th @ 7pm – 9pm Location: East Pyne 010 Event Open to the Public

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  • Weimar Cinema: KUHLE WAMPE ODER: WEM GEHÖRT DIE WELT? 121217Weimar700300

    The German Department Presents: Film Screening and Discussion Weimar Cinema: KUHLE WAMPE ODER: WEM GEHÖRT DIE WELT? SLATAN DUDOW, 1931; 71 MINS Location: East Pyne 010 December 12th, 2017 Time: 7:00- 9:30pm

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