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Zachary Fitzpatrick receives the Provost's Graduate Research Award

Zachary Fitzpatrick (Ph.D. student in Germanic Studies) has received the Provost’s Graduate Research Award for his dissertation project, Asia Through the German Lens: Asian German Filmic Encounters. Congratulations to Zach on being one…

Jacobsons receive Distinguished Service Award

Fruman and Marian Jacobson receive Distinguished Service Award

Fruman and Marian Jacobson, who provide support for students in the School of Literatures, Cultural Studies and Linguistics recently received the Distinguished Service Award. The Jacobsons support students in the School in the…

Bob Williams honored with special issue of Owl of Minera

The late Bob Williams, Professor Emeritus of Germanic Studies, Philosophy, and Religious Studies, was honored with a special issue of the Owl of Minerva, the journal of the Hegel Society of America. Prof. Williams, who’s…

Susanne Rott named to DAAD Alumni Assoc. Board of Trustees

Congratulations to Susanne Rott (Germanic Studies department head and expert on German applied linguistics) on joining the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) Alumni Association Board of Trustees! She is delighted to serve on…

New Co-edited Volume by Heidi Schlipphacke

Heidi Schlipphacke has just published a new co-edited volume with Maura Hametz entitled Sissi’s World: The Empress Elisabeth in Memory and Myth (Bloomsbury, 2018). Adopting a transdisciplinary approach, this book interrogates the legends about and continued global…

New book by Dagmar Lorenz

Professor Emerita Dagmar Lorenz has published her new book Nazi Characters in German Propaganda and Literature.