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Read more at: Event: ‘Deutschland 83’ - Comparing British and German TV awards

Event: ‘Deutschland 83’ - Comparing British and German TV awards

DAAD Cambridge and the Grimme Institut invite you to attend an online debate (3 Dec) featuring the team behind 'Deutschland 83' on the similarities and differences between British and German TV and its awards.


Read more at: German Academics on The CLC News Podcast: The German Election

German Academics on The CLC News Podcast: The German Election

Two affiliated lecturers at the Section of German, Dr Darren O’Byrne and Dr Tara Talwar Windsor, talk about the September election on the Cambridge Collective Language podcast. 'In this episode, the results of this election and the prospects for Germany’s future are analysed in depth along with an exploration of the...


Read more at: German Academic on CRASSH Podcast

German Academic on CRASSH Podcast

Thoughtlines podcast episode 10: Charlotte Lee – We are what we read 'From the Ancient Greeks to nursery rhymes to hip hop, literature is always moving to the beat. But we’re only just discovering where it could take us.' https://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/gallery/audio/thoughtlines-podcast-episode-10-charlotte-lee-we-are-what-...


Read more at: Doctoral Dissertation Won Wolf-Erich-Kellner-Prize

Doctoral Dissertation Won Wolf-Erich-Kellner-Prize

Congratulations to Margarete Tiessen whose doctoral dissertation, entitled ‘Creating Liberal Germany from Empire to Exile: The Fischer Circle, 1908-1950’ and supervised by Professor Joachim Whaley from 2016 to 2020, won this year's Wolf-Erich-Kellner-Prize, administered by the prestigious Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation for...


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Book announcement

The Section is pleased to announce the publication of a fine collection of essays by Emeritus Schröder Professor of German, Roger Paulin: From Goethe to Gundolf: Essays on German Literature and Culture . The book is available with open access at: https://www.openbookpublishers.com/product/1425 .


Read more at: New publication: Writing the Economic Subject in Modern Western Europe: Representation, Contestation, Critique

New publication: Writing the Economic Subject in Modern Western Europe: Representation, Contestation, Critique

We are pleased to announce the publication of Writing the Economic Subject in Modern Western Europe: Representation, Contestation, Critique .


Read more at: Tiarks scholarship awardee won the Postgraduate Prize of the British Association of Jewish Studies

Tiarks scholarship awardee won the Postgraduate Prize of the British Association of Jewish Studies

Congratulations to Martin Lindner on the award of the Postgraduate Prize of the British Association of Jewish Studies for an essay on works by Anna Mitgutsch and Doron Rabinovici. Martin completed the ELAC MPhil this year, with a focus on German and supported by a Tiarks Scholarship.


Read more at: Alumnus' book publication

Alumnus' book publication

Congratulations to our alumnus - Tom Zille for the publication of his book 'Christian Felix Weiße the Translator. Cultural Transfer and Literary Entrepreneurship in the Enlightenment.' The book explores the singularly extensive output of Enlightenment translator, Christian Felix Weiße. Originated as an Optional...


Read more at: Congratulations to Prof. Christopher Young

Congratulations to Prof. Christopher Young

Congratulations to Prof. Christopher Young who has won the North American Society of Sports History Anthologies Award for 2021 for his co-edited book 'The Whole World was Watching: Sport in the Cold War' (Stanford 2020) .


Read more at: The Section announces the appointment of Dr Tara Talwar Windsor

The Section announces the appointment of Dr Tara Talwar Windsor

The Section is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Tara Talwar Windsor, currently at Birmingham, to a Schröder Research Associate position in Equality and Diversity in German Studies. Tara, who joins us on 1 September, will be working on ‘Creative Writers, Postmigrant Politics and the German Public Sphere’ in...


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Event: ‘Deutschland 83’ - Comparing British and German TV awards

24 November 2021

DAAD Cambridge and the Grimme Institut invite you to attend an online debate (3 Dec) featuring the team behind 'Deutschland 83' on the similarities and differences between British and German TV and its awards.

German Academics on The CLC News Podcast: The German Election

26 October 2021

Two affiliated lecturers at the Section of German, Dr Darren O’Byrne and Dr Tara Talwar Windsor, talk about the September election on the Cambridge Collective Language podcast. 'In this episode, the results of this election and the prospects for Germany’s future are analysed in depth along with an exploration of the...

German Academic on CRASSH Podcast

25 October 2021

Thoughtlines podcast episode 10: Charlotte Lee – We are what we read 'From the Ancient Greeks to nursery rhymes to hip hop, literature is always moving to the beat. But we’re only just discovering where it could take us.' https://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/gallery/audio/thoughtlines-podcast-episode-10-charlotte-lee-we-are-what-...

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