Jason Yonover’s essay “Goethe, Maimon, and Spinoza’s Third Kind of Cognition” was just published in the 25th volume of the Goethe Yearbook, edited by Adrian Daub (Stanford) and Elisabeth Krimmer […]
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Congratulations to Hannah Froehle (’13), who was awarded a DAAD scholarship to study economics in Berlin! She graduated Hopkins with honors in German, for the thesis “Digging Beneath the Rubble: […]
Congratulations to Bryan Klausmeyer (German PhD, 2017) on his appointment as Assistant Professor of German at Virginia Tech!
Join Professor Sam Spinner for a screen of the first episode of the new Netflix series “Babylon Berlin” and a discussion of the show’s cultural context in interwar Berlin. Berlin […]
In conjunction with the Anneliese Maier Research Award and the University of Cologne, the Max Kade Center for Modern German Thought and GRLL will host a conference on April 5 […]
Lecture by NICOLAS DE WARREN (Penn State, Husserl Archives Leuven) The Truth of Fictions and the Fiction of Truths: Husserl and Hofmannsthal February 22, 4:30, Gilman 288 Co-sponsored by the […]
Seminar with KRISTINA MENDICINO (Brown University) Drawing a Blank—Passive Voices in Beckett, Husserl, and the Stoics February 23, 11:00, Gilman 388 Pre-circulated paper available on request from email@example.com.
Christiane Ketteler has recently finished three projects and publications relating to her study as German Program PhD student. The projects include an internet platform against anti-Semitism, a translation, and a theatrical comment.
Dr. Bryan Klausmeyer, who recently earned his PhD from the German Program, is beginning his second year as the Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in German Studies at Occidental College.
Good luck to Hannah Froehle (’13), who is beginning a Master’s in Economics and Management Sciences at the Humboldt University in Berlin. She graduated Hopkins with honors in German, for […]