© Gerhard Richter, courtesy of the artist
Recent contributions of all department members to the field of Germanic Studies.
Mirjam Berg. Talk: “Writing Female Modernity: The Diary Novel in Early 20th Century German Literature.” Annual Meeting of the Northeast Modern Language Association. Toronto, Ontario.
Jessica Resvick. Talk: “Goethe’s Reflections of the Gothic in ‘Von deutscher Baukunst 1823’ and ‘Faust II.’” Echoes – Reflections. German Studies Graduate Conference, Brown University. Providence, Rhode Island.
Amy Stebbins & Richard Whaling. Performance Lecture: “The Death of Orpheus: gendered voices in Ovid's Metamorphoses.” Second Annual Performance Philosophy Conference: "What Can Performance Philosophy Do?" Chicago Cultural Center. Chicago, IL.
Joela Jacobs. Talk: "'Hello, This Is Dog.' German Canine Narration and the Modernist Crisis of Language." Annual Meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association. Seattle, Washington.
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.