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Recent contributions of all department members to the field of Germanic Studies.
Jessica Resvick. Talk. “Goethe’s Circulating Works. Tradition and Transmission in Stifter’s Der Nachsommer.” KFLC: The Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Conference. University of Kentucky. Lexington, Kentucky. Panel “Weltliteratur between Cosmopolis and Nation” sponsored by the Goethe Society of North America.
Maeve Hooper. Talk: "Framing Zweig: Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel.’” Annual Meeting of the Northeast Modern Language Association. Hartford, Connecticut.
Amy Stebbins. Talk: "Making a (Re)Entrance: The Performance of Change in Prisoner Rehabilitation." Experiencing Prison 7th Annual Conference. Budapest, Hungary.
Amy Stebbins. Publication: "'Eine Aufgekratztheit im Theater': Acting the Agon at the Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz." Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies, 51. 4. Special Issue: The New Berlin.
Jake Fraser has been awarded a dissertation research fellowship by the Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies for 2016-2017.
Matthew Johnson has been awarded a Travel and Research Grant from the Center for Jewish Studies to study at the Vilnius Yiddish Institute in Lithuania during the summer of 2016.
Nine of our undergraduate students have been awarded Foreign Language Aquisition Grants (FLAGs) to study Germanic languages in Europe in the summer of 2016. Six undergraduates have also received Romberg Travel Grants for intensive language study in Vienna in the summer of 2016.