A number of departmental faculty members have published books in the past year. For more information, click on the link :
This two-week workshop, co-organized and co-led by Erin McGlothlin last August, examined the impact of Holocaust narratives on literary representations of mass atrocity and genocide pro
Prof. Kurt Beals has received a PEN/Heim Translation Fund Grant for his translation of the short-story collection The Country Road, by the Swiss writer Regina Ullmann.
The newest (thirteenth) volume of Gegenwartsliteratur. Ein germanistisches Jahrbuch/A German Studies Yearbook has been out as of September 2014. The focus of this issue is on the work of Thomas Bernhard.
Claire Ross and three other graduate students from Romance Languages, Art History and History secured funding from the Center for the Humanities to run an interdisciplinary reading group in
Kurt Beals, "Dada Analysis: Networking with the Avant-Garde"
Matt Erlin, "Goethe and Kant, Again. Can Computational Methods Help Us to Think about Influence?"
Matt Erlin has received C$ 120,000 in conjunction with the C$ 1.8 million dollar SSHRC Partnership Grant "Text mining the novel: establishing the foundations of a new discipline." The funds
At this year's End of Year Awards Ceremony, accomplished alumni Chi Chi Wang and Taylor Docking received the department's prestigious David Bronsen Prize for Excellence in German Studies and