2019 - 43rd Annual German Day
2018 - 42nd Annual German Day
Kinder, Kindheit, und Jugend
2017 - 41st Annual German Day
Erfinder und Erfindungen - Inventors and Inventions
2016 - 40th Annual German Day
Contemporary German Film and Culture
2015 - 39th Annual German Day
Nach dem Mauerfall
2014 - 38th Annual German Day
Regions of the German-speaking World
2013 - 37th Annual German Day
Zu Ehren von Jacob Grimm!
2012 - 36th Annual German Day
100 Jahre deutscher Film
2011 - 35th Annual German Day
Deutsche Erfindungen in Kunst, Wissenschaft und Technik
2010 - 34th Annual German Day
Musik in deutschsprachigen Ländern
2009 - 33rd Annual German Day
Nach dem Mauerfall
2008 - 32nd Annual German Day
Multiculturalism in Germany
“Das Land, das die Fremden nicht beschützt, geht bald unter: Ausländer in deutschsprachigen Ländern.” As more and more immigrants take up residence in Germany and Austria, they affect the face of the culture and bring some of their homeland with them. For the 32nd annual German Day at Washington University, we explored the ideas of immigration and multiculturalism in German speaking countries in the 21st century.
2007 - 31st Annual German Day
Es gibt nichts SchönARES auf der Welt als den Fussball: Fussball in deutschsprachigen Ländern
The 31st Annual German Day looked at the sport nearest and dearest to the German heart: soccer! Students were invited to look at the game of soccer, the Fussballers, the fans, and to see this sport as a connection not only between all German speaking countries but between Germany and the world.
2006 - 30th Annual German Day
Man muss die Feste feiern, wie sie fallen: Fest- und Feiertage in deutschsprachigen Ländern.
In 2006, we looked at the folkloristic aspects of various holidays such as Christmas, Easter, Mardi Gras, birthdays, weddings, etc.
2005 - 29th Annual German Day
Wir reisen in deutschsprachigen Ländern.
This topic enabled students to explore the countries and their various features.