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German MA Student, Kevin Dibb, receives International Parliamentary Scholarship

Nov. 6, 2017

Kevin Dibb, who is about to complete his MA in German Studies this semester, was selected from a highly competitive pool of applicants to receive the prestigious International Parliamentary Scholarship. From March through July 2018, Kevin will work for a Member of the German Bundestag in Berlin and will take...

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Courses in German Studies for Spring 2018

Nov. 6, 2017

Check out our spring semester courses , including a course taught by our special guest author, Ingo Schulze!

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German Goes Radio

Oct. 30, 2017

GSLL students in GRMN 2020 and GRMN 4010 produced their own broadcast with the help of Elvis Katticaren, media trainer and radio host of the popular German radio station Radio Köln . The radio project, sponsored by the German embassy in Washington DC, gave students the opportunity to learn about...


Dr. Patrick Eiden-Offe on Romantic Anti-Capitalism and the Invention of the Proletariat

Oct. 26, 2017

On October 1, Dr. Patrick Eiden-Offe (Berlin) discussed his celebrated new book, Die Poesie der Klasse, with students and faculty from GSLL and other departments. Dr. Eiden-Offe’s lecture focused on the development of the proletariat as an object of social critique, ideological discourse, and revolutionary theories of change during the...

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Hyperallergic co-founder and editor visit GSLL

Oct. 17, 2017

On October 5, GSLL welcomed Hrag Vartanian, the editor-in-chief of Hyperallergic for a conversation moderated by curator and writer Yasmeen Siddiqui about “Art in the New Information Ecosystem.”

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Out now: Special Issue of Colloquia Germanica, co-edited by Franziska Schweiger, Lauren Stone, and Arne Höcker

Sept. 5, 2017

German Graduate Student, Franziska Schweiger, together with Assistant Professors, Lauren Stone and Arne Höcker, co-edited the Special Issue “Material Worlds: Novelistic Matters of the 19th century" of the peer-reviewed journal Colloquia Germanica . Focusing on the relation between humans and things and the creation and exploration of “Material Worlds,” the...

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Dr. Robin Cadow, First PhD Graduate from the Program in German Studies

July 26, 2017

We are proud to congratulate our first PhD graduate in the Program in German Studies, Dr. Robin Cadow! Dr. Cadow's interdisciplinary dissertation, “A Complicated Relationship: Refugees and Holocaust Memories in Contemporary Germany,” explores sites of Holocaust memory that have emerged in response to the recent rise in refugee migration to...

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Conversations in the Mountains

July 5, 2017

In February 2017, GSLL held the third Conversations in the Mountains. This year's program focused on the topic "Just Futures" and brought together German studies scholars from Germany, Canada, and the US as well as CU Boulder scholars from German Studies, Ethnic Studies, and Women and Gender Studies. During the...

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Nobel Prize in Literature: A New Series in the Boulder Book Store

May 23, 2017

Beverly Weber and Ross Etherton presenting on Herta Muller It all began in October 2015 when Svetlana Alexievich, the Belorussian author writing in Russian, recieved the Nobel Prize in Literature. For the introduction of our students and community members to this writer, Senior Instructor of Russian Studies Tatiana Mikhailova organized...

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Congratulations to GSLL Graduates!

May 23, 2017

German PhD graduate Robin Cadow with German PhD students Franzi Schweiger, Adi Nester, and Emily Frazier-Rath The students below will graduate with a B.A., M.A., or Ph.D. from our department in spring or summer 2017. German BA: Sorcha Barr, Bettina Bostelman, Dayton Clark, Erika Fennelly, Courtney Silver, Nicholas Zyzda (summa...