Department of Modern Foreign Languages & Literatures


Research Seminar on
Modern Germany and Central Europe

This seminar is a venue for humanities faculty in the UT community with research interests in Germany and Central Europe to meet and discuss these interests with each other and with scholars from other universities. Since 2006, the group has organized book discussions, works-in-progress presentations, public lectures by invited speakers, and conferences (including, in 2012 and 2013, the Southeast German Studies Workshop with ca. 40 colleagues from around the region). We encourage scholars and students with interests in German culture, history, or literature to attend our events, or to contact one of the participating faculty to ask for more information.

Spring 2014 Events

  • Thursday, March 13, 2014
    Hodges Library 212
    4:00-5:00pm
    Prof. Hester Baer
    Talk on "The German Cinema of Neoliberalism: The Transnational Blockbuster Das Boot."
    Free and Open to the public
  • Friday, March 14, 2014
    F203 Melrose Hall (Humanities Center)
    12:00-1:30pm
    Maria Stehle, MFLL, UT
    Research in progress discussion on Contemporary German Women's Writing
    Discussion on Hester Baer's introduction to an edited Volume and Maria Stehle's chapter that was submitted for the volume. Papers will be circulated to seminar members before the event.


 

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