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Read more at: The 2024 DH Green Lecture
DH Green Lecture

The 2024 DH Green Lecture

The German Section was delighted to welcome back Dr Simon Pickl, from the Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg, to give this year’s D H Green lecture.


Read more at: Ninety Year 12/13 students attend German Study Day

Ninety Year 12/13 students attend German Study Day

On Saturday January 27th, Professor Silke Mentchen joined colleagues from Kings' College London, Bristol University and Leeds University as well as a team of teachers from St Paul's School for Girls for a German Study Day. Year 12 and Year 13 students (approx. 90 students in total) from 19 different schools, including both...


Read more at: February 5: A German Railway Worker Decides, 1933–2022
Esther Dischereit

February 5: A German Railway Worker Decides, 1933–2022

All are warmly invited to the annual collaboration of the Cambridge German Graduate Research Seminar and Section Research Colloquium, who are joining together this Lent term to welcome the distinguished writer Esther Dischereit to Cambridge for a reading and discussion (in English) about her current exhibition on Fritz Kittel


Read more at: After Abstraction with Dr Annja Neumann
After Abstraction

After Abstraction with Dr Annja Neumann

Exploring Anglo-German histories, movement and migration, medial shifts and social change through the public research performance After Abstraction, CDH Research Fellow Dr Annja Neumann writes about her recent work in an art gallery as part of the Cross-Connections exhibition and her Re-Staging Public Spaces research programme.


Read more at: Professor Sarah Colvin to give inaugural lecture of Munich arts series of talks
Munich

Professor Sarah Colvin to give inaugural lecture of Munich arts series of talks

We are delighted to announce that Professor Sarah Colvin be giving the inaugural lecture in new series of talks at the Literaturhaus München.


Read more at: Leila Mukhida featured in 50th-anniversary issue of flagship German Studies journal
Kirchner

Leila Mukhida featured in 50th-anniversary issue of flagship German Studies journal

Choose Your Own Adventure explores new avenues for critical practice in film viewing


Read more at: Professor Weiss-Sussex rescues 80-year-old masterpiece written by German Jewish novelist
Hermann Struck

Professor Weiss-Sussex rescues 80-year-old masterpiece written by German Jewish novelist

Professor Godela Weiss-Sussex, Fellow in German at King’s College, has just published Die daheim blieben (Those Who Stayed at Home) by the German-Jewish author, Georg Hermann. The novel , which was left unfinished at the time of Hermann’s death in Auschwitz and brought to light in remarkable circumstances, concerns the...


Read more at: Annual Schröder Lecture 2023

Annual Schröder Lecture 2023

The Schröder Lecture 2023 was entitled, 'What is the Place of Prison in Democracies? A Conversation with Annelie Rambsbrock and Sarah Colvin'.


Read more at: German student Alrik Daldrup wins award
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German student Alrik Daldrup wins award

Incoming PhD student Alrik Daldrup has won the German Quarterly Graduate Student Paper Award.


Read more at: German Graduate Research Seminar - Michaelmas 2023

German Graduate Research Seminar - Michaelmas 2023

The Section is pleased to announce the schedule for the German Graduate Research Seminar, Michaelmas 2023. This year, we are delighted to host the following speakers: Alex Mentzel (Cambridge), Triangulating Virtual Scenographies in Franz Kafka’s Der Verschollene and Walter Benjamin’s Schauplatz Thursday, 26th of October, 5...


 

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The 2024 DH Green Lecture

13 February 2024

The German Section was delighted to welcome back Dr Simon Pickl, from the Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg, to give this year’s D H Green lecture.

Ninety Year 12/13 students attend German Study Day

30 January 2024

On Saturday January 27th, Professor Silke Mentchen joined colleagues from Kings' College London, Bristol University and Leeds University as well as a team of teachers from St Paul's School for Girls for a German Study Day. Year 12 and Year 13 students (approx. 90 students in total) from 19 different schools, including both...

February 5: A German Railway Worker Decides, 1933–2022

24 January 2024

All are warmly invited to the annual collaboration of the Cambridge German Graduate Research Seminar and Section Research Colloquium, who are joining together this Lent term to welcome the distinguished writer Esther Dischereit to Cambridge for a reading and discussion (in English) about her current exhibition on Fritz Kittel

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