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“Poetic Dimensions of Language: Roman Jakobson Revisited” with Winfried Menninghaus

Princeton University, Department of German Invites you to a Lecture with Winfried Menninghaus Max...

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Topics in Medieval Literature: The Song of the Nibelungs and the German National Myth

GER 321G—Summer 2016 Topics in Medieval Literature: The Song of the Nibelungs and the German...

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Hendrik Blumentrath: Nemesis, Göttin des Masses

Princeton University / Department of German invites you to a Lecture and Workshop with: Hendrik...

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  • Andrew Nelson named one of 2016 Moses Taylor Pyne Prize winners Andrew Nelson

    Andrew Nelson is named one of two that won the 2016 Moses Taylor Pyne Prize. The Pyne Honor Prize, established in 1921, is awarded to the senior who has most clearly manifested excellent scholarship, strength of character and effective leadership. Previous recipients include the late Princeton President Emeritus Robert F. Goheen, former U.S. Sen. Paul […]

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  • Topics in Medieval Literature: The Song of the Nibelungs and the German National Myth nibelungen2_Car

    GER 321G—Summer 2016 Topics in Medieval Literature: The Song of the Nibelungs and the German National Myth Prof. Sara S. Poor When: May 31st, 2016 – June 24, 2016 Where: Munich, Germany Seminar on quintessential German epic, the Nibelungenlied (1200). We will read the modern German translation while visiting sites in and around Munich related […]

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  • Bad New Days – Oct 20th bndays33

    Who: Hal Foster in Conversation with Devin Fore What: Bad New Days: Art, Criticism, Emergency When: Tuesday, October 20th, 2015 at 6PM Where: Labyrinth Books, 122 Nassau Street, Princeton NJ One of the world’s leading art theorists dissects a quarter century of artistic practice – please join us for a presentation and discussion with author […]

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  • Three German Concentrators elected to Phi Beta Kappa

    Congratulations to the following for being elected to Phi Beta Kappa: Philip Daniel Mooney Cody Lee O’Neil Margot Byrd Pinkerton

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  • “Poetic Dimensions of Language: Roman Jakobson Revisited” with Winfried Menninghaus WinfriedM_CAR

    Princeton University, Department of German Invites you to a Lecture with Winfried Menninghaus Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt am Main “Poetic Dimensions of Language: Roman Jakobson Revisited” When: Wednesday, march 9, 2016 Time: 4:30pm Where: 205 East Pyne This lecture is free and open to the public

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  • Hendrik Blumentrath: Nemesis, Göttin des Masses Henrik-Blumentrath-slide

    Princeton University / Department of German invites you to a Lecture and Workshop with: Hendrik Blumentrath Humboldt University Nemesis, Göttin des Masses “Nemesis, Goddess of Measure” Lecture in German: Tuesday, December 1st Time: 4:30pm Where: 205 East Pyne Workshop; Friday, December 4th Time: 10:00am-1:00pm Where: 205 East Pyne

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  • Grand Harmonie Presents: Beethoven’s Fidelio FidelioGraphic700

    Grand Harmonie presents” Beethoven’s Fidelio Date: Jan 23, 2016 Time 7:30PM Where: Richardson Auditorium Boston-based ensemble Grand Harmonie will present a semi-staged performance of Beethoven’s only opera Fidelio on January 23 2016, 7:30PM at Richardson Auditorium, the first on period instruments in the United States. The production is led by Princeton alumnus Geoffrey McDonald, and […]

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  • “Ex Tempore: Celan, Rilke and Apollinaire among the Autumn Crocuses” mlevinecardCarosel

    Michael G. Levine Professor of German and Comparative Literature, Rutgers University Title: “Ex Tempore: Celan, Rilke and Apollinaire among the Autumn Crocuses” Date: Wednesday, December 2, 2014 Time: 4:30pm Location: 205 East Pyne

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