Terra di Siena 3 (2005)
Courtesy of the artist
Recent contributions of all department members to the field of Germanic Studies.
Joela Jacobs. Talk: "'Freiheit, ein kümmerliches Gewächs.' Tier-Epistemologie und die Frage nach der Willensfreiheit in den Hundeerzählungen Franz Kafkas und Oskar Panizzas." Internationale Tagung der deutschen Kafka-Gesellschaft e. V.: "Kafkas Tiere: Kulturwissenschaftliche Lektüren." University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany.
Joela Jacobs. Talk: "'Naturwidrig.' Non-Human Sexual Pathology in Oskar Panizza's Censored Works." Thirty-Eighth Annual Conference of the German Studies Association. Kansas City, Missouri.
The following students have been awarded Dissertation-Year Fellowships for 2014/15: Stephen Haswell Todd has been awarded an Ethel and William Gofen Dissertation-Year Fellowship; Marcus Lampert has been awarded a Mellon Foundation University of Chicago Dissertation-Year Fellowship; and Andrea Wald has been awarded a Whiting Foundation Dissertation-Year Fellowship.
Andrea Wald has been awarded a Visiting Junior Fellowship at the Internationales Forschungszentrum Kulturwissenschaften in Vienna for October to January 2013/14.