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“So horribly natural”: Portrait and Poetics in Wieland and Radcliffe by Nicola Gess

Nicola Gess Professor of Modern German Literature at the University of Basel “So horribly...

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Professor Emeritus Walter Hinderer to Receive Golden Goethe Medal

Walter Hinderer will receive the Golden Goethe Medal, which has been given since 1910 as the...

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Christoph König – How to Modernize Hermeneutics?

Christoph König Professor of Modern German Literature Institut für Germanistik, Universität...

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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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  • 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 […]

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  • German major Cody O’Neil awarded ReachOut Fellowship German major Cody O'Neil awarded ReachOut Fellowship

    Cody O’Neil, along with Princeton University senior Bina Peltz, have been awarded 2015 fellowships from ReachOut 56-81-06, an alumni-funded effort that supports yearlong public service projects after graduation. Each student will receive a stipend of $30,000. O’Neil, whose home is in British Columbia, is a German major who is focusing on philosophy and intellectual history. […]

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  • Prof. Inka Mülder-Bach (LMU-Munich) returns to Princeton for Spring Semester 2015 Inka

    Professor Inka Mülder-Bach, one of three Permanent Visiting Professors on the German Department faculty, will be in residence in Princeton for the Spring semester 2015 during which she will teach a graduate seminar (GER 515/COM512) entitled “Studies in 19th-Century Literature and Culture: The Art of the Plot” and an undergraduate class (GER 306) on “Labyrinths […]

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  • “So horribly natural”: Portrait and Poetics in Wieland and Radcliffe by Nicola Gess Gess

    Nicola Gess Professor of Modern German Literature at the University of Basel “So horribly natural”: Portrait and Poetics in Wieland and Radcliffe Date: September 28, 2015 Location: 205 East Pyne Time 4:30pm ..event is free and open to the public PDF version of the event flyer is available here.

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  • Christoph König – How to Modernize Hermeneutics? Koenigsplash

    Christoph König Professor of Modern German Literature Institut für Germanistik, Universität Osnabrück How to Modernize Hermeneutics? 
Readings of Rilke’s Late Poems Wednesday, April 22, 2015 4:30 pm / 205 E. Pyne This event is free and open to the public PDF image of the event is here.

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  • Dorothea von Mücke — Tuesday, April 7, 2015 Dorothea-von-Muckenoblr

    Princeton University Department of German presents Dorothea von Mücke Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, Columbia University Aesthetic Experience and Pietistic Spirituality between True Christianity and the Beautiful Soul Tuesday, April 7, 2015 205 E. Pyne / 4:30 pm This event is free and open to the public. Download the Dorothea von Mücke PDF Here

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  • Graduate Symposium March 27th Graduate Symposium March 27 2015

    DEPARTMENT of GERMAN Princeton University GRADUATE SYMPOSIUM 27 March 2015 2:30p – 5:30p ROCKY-MATHEY THEATER MATTHEW BIRKHOLD The Book Market, the Good Reader, and the Rise of “Fan Fiction” in 18th-Century Germany ALICE CHRISTENSEN “Hovering between all terminology”: Names and Measures in Goethe’s Cloud Studies SEAN TOLAND “Eine Hoffnungslose Beziehung”: (Un)Musical Notation in Ingeborg Bachmann’s […]

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