Celebrate CAUTG Teaching and Research at the CAUTG at CONGRESS – Regina, May 25-28, 2018. All conference participants, your contribution is due: MAY 23, 2018. Please send Continue reading Celebration of CAUTG Teaching and Research
The Waterloo Centre for German Studies promotes research into any and all aspects of the German-speaking world. As part of this mandate, the WCGS encourages the communication of research findings to both academics and the broader public. The Waterloo Centre for German Studies Book Prize has been established to recognize first-time authors whose scholarly work provides a substantial contribution to our understanding of any aspect of German-speaking society.
The Queen’s Two Bodies: a UBC Global Seminar in Weimar, Germany – Summer 2018: UBC’s Dr. Gaby Pailer, along with colleagues from the Università degli Studi di Bergamo and the Freie Universität Berlin, in collaboration with Klassik-Stiftung Weimar, invite you to join The Queen’s Two Bodies: German 515, a UBC Global Seminar offered in Weimar, Germany in Summer 2018. Application deadline: January 25, 2018.
“Wie froh bin ich, daß ich weg bin …” / “So glad to be away …”
(Goethe’s Young Werther)
The Queen’s Two Bodies: Mary Stuart and Elizabeth I from Schiller to Jelinek
This Seminar takes its departure from E. Kantorowicz’s thesis of the “King’s Two Bodies” (1957), which recent research has questioned with regard to queens. In Schiller’s famous historical drama Maria Stuart (1801) the two bodies are distributed onto two queens, Mary Stuart (“body natural”) and Elizabeth I (“body politic”). Is this always the case in literary and cinematic renderings of the Mary Stuart / Elizabeth I complex? Seminar participants will have the unique opportunity to explore this research question by dealing with dramatic, narrative, and cinematic renderings by authors such as Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach, Stefan Zweig or Elfriede Jelinek. The seminar will take place in the “Festsaal” of the historic Goethe National Museum, from June 17-22, 2018.
This seminar is funded by “Klassik-Stiftung Weimar” and open to graduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Arts at UBC.
Graduate students from other Canadian institutions may be eligible under the Western Dean’s Agreement.
Advanced reading knowledge of German is required.
Find out more
Learn more and apply online at http://students.ubc.ca/Weimar2018
Or contact Dr. Gaby Pailer, Professor of German Literature: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies at the University of Waterloo seeks excellent students to join the unique Joint MA program in Intercultural German Studies. The program is fully funded and includes one year of study at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, and one year at the University of Mannheim, Germany. Students obtain a combined joint degree from the two universities.
Students receive scholarships and teaching/research assistantships covering tuition, travel, and living expenses at Waterloo and in Mannheim. Typical assistantship duties involve classroom and online teaching as well providing research support to faculty members. Students may also apply for additional scholarships.
Program of study
The MA in Intercultural German Studies includes coursework in the areas of German literature and culture, media, Applied Linguistics and teaching German as a Foreign Language. Workshops and milestones acquaint students with skills that can be put to use both inside and outside the academic setting. Students also have the opportunity to complete the Certificate in University Language Teaching at the University of Waterloo.
More information on the program and admission requirements:
Germanic and Slavic Studies at Waterloo is a vibrant department whose faculty specialize in the areas of German Literary Studies, Culture, and Media, Applied Linguistics, and Language Education. For more information on our faculty, please see https://uwaterloo.ca/germanic-slavic-studies/about/people. Waterloo Region is a fast-growing, progressive region rich in cultural heritage.
At the University of Mannheim, students can take classes at the Institut für Deutsche Philologie and in a variety of other Humanities and Social Sciences Departments, and use the resources of the Institut für Deutsche Sprache (IDS). For more information see
http://ids-mannheim.de. Mannheim is a multicultural city with diverse entertainment and cultural offerings.
Application Deadline for Fall 2018: February 1, 2018
Undergraduates with a degree in German and/or other fields in the Humanities and Social Sciences and some competence in German are encouraged to contact Dr. Barbara Schmenk (email@example.com) to explore their options for applying.
The Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies, University of Victoria, invites applications for participation in the DAAD Fortbildungsseminar: Neue Ansätze und Konzepte im Deutschunterricht, held on November 3-5. Continue reading Call for Applications — DAAD Fortbildungsseminar
The Canadian Year in Freiburg Student Exchange Program is now accepting Canadian applications for the program in Germany starting in Fall 2017 (Program runs from Sep. 2017 to July 2018). Continue reading Canadian Year in Freiburg Student Exchange Program
The Board of the Canadian Association of University Teachers of German (CAUTG) invites applications from among its members for the position of Editor of Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies. Continue reading Call for Applications: Editor of Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is pleased to be presenting the Germanistische Begegnungstagung Kanada USA Continue reading Call for Applications: Germanistische Begegnungstagung, Toronto 2017