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Reading by Tanja Dückers
Thursday, October 27th
6pm -- Max Kade Center (736 Old Chemistry)
Ms. Dückers will read from Mein altes West-Berlin. The reading will be in German.
Tanja Dückers event poster
Each spring semester, the department hosts up to 500 students from local area high schools for a day of competition and fun. Students show off their knowledge of German grammar, they recite poetry, perform skits, display their artwork, and enter their cakes and deserts for a baking competition. A "Culture Bowl" at the end of each German Day determines the best high school team! Watch out for our next German Day in Spring 2016!
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Join faculty and students in German Studies as the department recognizes the achievements of its graduate and undergraduate students with fellowships and awards. We will honor our graduating seniors, MAs, and PhDs. We will also invite our most distinguished alumni to UC's campus in order to recognize their outstanding post-UC achievements. The event will include musical entertainment featuring UC's best student musicians (who always happen to be students of German!), as well as a reception featuring food, drink, and conversation. The Spring 2016 Awards Ceremony will be held in the Max Kade German Cultural Center (736 Old Chemistry), date TBA. For more information contact the Department Head.
Reflections On/Of German Unification Conference
Dates: Sunday, October 4 - Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Times: See the Event Schedule for a full list of event(s)
Location: Max Kade Center
Old Chemistry Room 736
University of Cincinnati, 45221
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The Department of German Studies would not have been in a position to hold this conference without the generous financial support of the Charles Phelps Taft Research Center, University of Cincinnati; of the Campus Weeks initiative of the German Information Center, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Washington; of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), New York; of the Max Kade Foundation, New York.
For more information contact Professor Emeritus Robert E. Schade.
In Fall 2014, the Focus on German Studies annual conference, "Creating, Questioning, and Playing with Reality: Living in Worlds of Pure Imagination?" took place on October 10-11.
To see the 2014 conference program click here.