Frau, die Treppe herabgehend (1965)
© Gerhard Richter, courtesy of the artist
Recent contributions of all department members to the field of Germanic Studies.
Alex Sorenson. Publication. "‘Mit trauervollem Blick’: The Time of Seeing and Lyric Subjectivity in Rainer Maria Rilke’s ‘Orpheus. Eurydike. Hermes’ and ‘Pietà’”. The German Quarterly 88.4 (Fall 2015).
Jessica Resvick. Talk: “Reevaluating Fraudulence and Imitation: (Re-) Reading Practices in Gottfried Keller’s ‘Die mißbrauchten Liebesbriefe.’” Faking, Forging, Counterfeiting. Discredited Practices at the Margins of Mimesis. Conference of the Munich Doctoral Program for Literature and the Arts MIMESIS. Centre for Advanced Studies, LMU Munich. Munich, Germany.
Tamara Kamatovic. Talk: “Cosmopolitanism and Censorship." Thirty-Ninth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association. Washington, DC.
Jake Fraser. Talk: "Reading in Stereo: Kittler, Kafka, Post-Hermeneutics". Thirty-Ninth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association. Washington, DC.
Amy Stebbins has been awarded a Bundeskanzler Stipendium from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation to develop new pedagogical strategies for teaching artistic practice with theatermakers at the Residenztheater in Munich.
Emily Dreyfus has been awarded the Wayne C. Booth Graduate Student Prize for Excellence in Teaching.
Tamara Kamatović has been awarded a Fulbright-Mach award from the Austrian Fulbright Commission for the 2015-2016 academic year for dissertation research.