WinfriedM_CAR
Events

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

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

nibelungen2_Car
News

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...

Henrik-Blumentrath-slide
Events

Hendrik Blumentrath: Nemesis, Göttin des Masses

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

Department News

  • 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 […]

    Comments Off on Topics in Medieval Literature: The Song of the Nibelungs and the German National Myth
  • 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 […]

    Comments Off on Bad New Days – Oct 20th
  • 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

    Comments Off on Three German Concentrators elected to Phi Beta Kappa
  • Professor Emeritus Walter Hinderer to Receive Golden Goethe Medal Walter Hinderer-feature

    Walter Hinderer will receive the Golden Goethe Medal, which has been given since 1910 as the highest honor of the Goethe-Gesellschaft, at a public ceremony on May 28th at the National Theater in Weimar. Previous recipients of the Golden Goethe Medal include Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Lew Kopelew, and Victor Lange, who taught at Princeton from 1957 […]

    Comments Off on Professor Emeritus Walter Hinderer to Receive Golden Goethe Medal

Events

  • “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

    Comments Off on “Poetic Dimensions of Language: Roman Jakobson Revisited” with Winfried Menninghaus
  • 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

    Comments Off on Hendrik Blumentrath: Nemesis, Göttin des Masses
  • 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 […]

    Comments Off on Grand Harmonie Presents: Beethoven’s Fidelio
  • “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

    Comments Off on “Ex Tempore: Celan, Rilke and Apollinaire among the Autumn Crocuses”