The Germanic Graduate Student Association will host its 10th anniversary graduate conference in February 2018 on the main campus of The Ohio State University. This year's theme will be "Gatekeepers of Memory", which has inspired many scholars to submit very interesting abstracts.
Simon Lösch has successfully defended his dissertation, An Obsolete Hegemon? America’s Function in the Imagination of a (Re-)unified German Nation.
From November 10-12, Budimka Uskokovic attended the annual TA workshop, named Fertigkeitentraining – ohne Lehrbuch, hosted by the Goethe Institute Chicago and funded by the German Exchange Academic Service (DAAD).
Dagmar Herzog, Distinguished Professor of History and Daniel Rose Faculty Scholar at the Graduate Center, City University of New York, delivered the Carolyn Engel Luebeck Lecture entitled On Aggression: Psychoanalysis as Moral Politics in Post-Nazi Germany on November 6 in the O
Haley Grubb has been tagged as a ‘Future German Teacher,’ and we are thrilled at hearing the news! On National Teach German Day (October 4th), her high school German teacher, Mrs.
Last week, the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures hosted the DAAD-sponsored “Graduate School Experience” to introduce promising undergraduates to graduate education in German Studies.