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Read more at: Biological Discourses - The Language of Science and Literature around 1900
chordaria_flagelliformis by Anna Atkins

Biological Discourses - The Language of Science and Literature around 1900

A Postgraduate Conference with speakers from UK, US, Italian and German universities.


Read more at: Wie der Ball ins Wohnzimmer kommt

Wie der Ball ins Wohnzimmer kommt

Prof Chris Young coordinated a Sports and Media Workshop run by the German Institut für Kommunikations- und Medienforschung on large sports events and the media.


Read more at: DH Green Lecture by Professor Horst Bredekamp
DH Green Lecture

DH Green Lecture by Professor Horst Bredekamp

Horst Bredekamp, Professor for History of Art at Humboldt Universität Berlin will be giving this year's DH Green lecture.


Read more at: Cambridge Undergraduate Conference in German Studies

Cambridge Undergraduate Conference in German Studies

The first Cambridge Undergraduate Conference in German Studies will be held on 21 February 2015, with Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, as keynote speaker.


Read more at: Cambridge New Habsburg Studies Network launched

Cambridge New Habsburg Studies Network launched

Professor Jo Whaley and Dr Annja Neumann were involved in setting up a new network during Michaelmas 2014.


Read more at: Special Lecture: Football in National Socialism
Fussball - Rote Jäger 1943

Special Lecture: Football in National Socialism

​A special lecture on Football in National Socialism will be held on Fri 21 Nov at 4.30pm, St John's College.


Read more at: Prof Jo Whaley gave the 2014 Besterman Lecture in Oxford

Prof Jo Whaley gave the 2014 Besterman Lecture in Oxford

Professor Jo Whaley gave this year's Besterman Lecture in Oxford on Thursday 20 November.


Read more at: Prof Jo Whaley on Radio 4 & writes British Museum blog

Prof Jo Whaley on Radio 4 & writes British Museum blog

Jo Whaley was in four programmes of the Radio 4 series by Neil McGregor on Germany. He also wrote a blog for the British Museum's exhibition on Germany.


Read more at: Funding success for ‘Reading Violent Politics’
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Funding success for ‘Reading Violent Politics’

Professor Sarah Colvin and Dr Katharina Karcher have been successful in their application for a major DAAD grant for an international research project on political extremism in Germany since 1968, called "Reading Violent Politics".


Read more at: WIGS PG Essay Prize for Ina Linge

WIGS PG Essay Prize for Ina Linge

PhD student Ina Linge won the Women in German Studies prize 2014 for the best postgraduate essay.


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Radio: Dr Sharma on multilingualism and migration in Germany

29 September 2022

We are delighted to announce that our Teaching Associate in German Linguistics, Abhimanyu Sharma was recently interviewed by the Bayerischer Rundfunk. You can listen to the report on multilingualism and migration in Germany here . Dr Sharma is interviewed at around 00:21:00.

'Shadowland: The Story of Germany Told by Its Prisoners' by Prof. Sarah Colvin

13 September 2022

Congratulations to Schröder Professor Sarah Colvin on the publication of her new book, Shadowland: The Story of Germany Told by Its Prisoners . A nation, in the words of Nelson Mandela, ‘should not be judged by how it treats its highest citizens, but its lowest ones’. Shadowland tells the sometimes inspiring, often painful...

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