SallyPoorCarousel700300
News

Professor Sally Poor wins the prize for the best article in German Studies Review for 2017-2018

Please congratulate Prof. Poor on her award for “The Curious Multilingual Prehistory of French...

""
Events

Music From Theresienstadt [Terezín]

Date: November 9th, 2019 Time: 7:00pm Location: Chancellor Green Rotunda The Department of German...

JPizza700300
Events

Pizzapause and Kaffeestunde!

Achtung!!! Tuesdays 12pm – 1pm East Pyne 207 There will be Pizzapause with free pizza....

pu-ger-storywords-700300
Events

Storyworlds: Open-ended Story Universes Across Time, Cultures, and Media

Date: November 16th, 2019 Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm Location: Julis Romo Rabinowitz 399 The...

""
News

Welcome Juliane Rebentisch, our new Permanent Visiting Professor

The German Department is delighted to announce that the philosopher Juliane Rebentisch will join...

""
News

New info about the Certificate in German Language and Culture

The Department of German offers students an opportunity to do sustained work in German language,...

Department News

  • Professor Sally Poor wins the prize for the best article in German Studies Review for 2017-2018 SallyPoorCarousel700300

    Please congratulate Prof. Poor on her award for “The Curious Multilingual Prehistory of French and German Monolingualism,” voted the best article in the journal German Studies Review in 2017-2018! The laudation for the award, which was presented at the conference of the German Studies Association this weekend, reads as follows: “Sara Poor’s article reinterprets the […]

    Comments Off on Professor Sally Poor wins the prize for the best article in German Studies Review for 2017-2018
  • The German Department is happy to announce a new book from Assistant Professor Barbara Nagel bbook700300

    “Ambiguous Aggression in German Realism and Beyond: Flirtation, Passive Aggression, Domestic Violence” “Our main words defining emotional states suggest that we have clarity about them: expressions like “love,” “hatred,” “anxiety,” or “sorrow” seem clear enough. The reality, however, tends to be more complicated. We are often faced with gestures and utterances that are difficult to […]

    Comments Off on The German Department is happy to announce a new book from Assistant Professor Barbara Nagel
  • The President’s Awards for Distinguished Teaching awarded to Brigid Doherty ""

    Congratulations to Brigid Doherty, Associate Professor of German and Art and Archaeology Brigid Doherty’s colleagues in the departments of Art and Archaeology and German call her a rigorous scholar, natural teacher and model mentor. A member of the faculty since 2003, her research focuses on the interdisciplinary study of 20th-century art and literature, with special […]

    Comments Off on The President’s Awards for Distinguished Teaching awarded to Brigid Doherty
  • Princeton Preview 2019 ""

    The East Pyne Languages Open House was held during Princeton Preview on Tuesday April 9th and Monday April 15th. Department staff, faculty and students represented the French and Italian, Spanish and Portuguese, German, Slavic and Classics Departments. Accepted students and parents sampled international food delicacies while they learned about the exciting opportunities each department offers […]

    Comments Off on Princeton Preview 2019

Events

  • Music From Theresienstadt [Terezín] ""

    Date: November 9th, 2019 Time: 7:00pm Location: Chancellor Green Rotunda The Department of German and Princeton Chamber Music Society presents an evening of string quartet. Light reception to follow. Open to public.

    Comments Off on Music From Theresienstadt [Terezín]
  • Pizzapause and Kaffeestunde! JPizza700300

    Achtung!!! Tuesdays 12pm – 1pm East Pyne 207 There will be Pizzapause with free pizza. Wednesdays 12pm – 1pm East Pyne 207 There will be Kaffeestunde, with free coffee and donuts. Both events are open to everyone, including undergraduate/graduate students of all disciplines, who wants to speak German outside the classroom setting. Please come by […]

    Comments Off on Pizzapause and Kaffeestunde!
  • Storyworlds: Open-ended Story Universes Across Time, Cultures, and Media pu-ger-storywords-700300

    Date: November 16th, 2019 Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm Location: Julis Romo Rabinowitz 399 The German Department is pleased to announce that Ann Marie Rasmussen, the Right Honourable John G. Diefenbaker Memorial Chair in German Literary Studies at the University of Waterloo, will spend the 2019-20 academic year in Princeton as the Stanley Kelley Jr. Visiting […]

    Comments Off on Storyworlds: Open-ended Story Universes Across Time, Cultures, and Media
  • Renata Stih and Frieder Schnock: “Places of Remembrance” BV_Cat2700x300

    Date: Tuesday, November 5th Time: 4:30pm – 6:00pm Where: East Pyne 2nd Floor Bridge and Room 205 This event begins on the second floor bridge of the East Pyne Building next to Stih & Schnock’s two light boxes, which depict a decentralized memorial installed in remembrance of Jews living in the Bayerisches Viertel (a neighborhood […]

    Comments Off on Renata Stih and Frieder Schnock: “Places of Remembrance”