This special issue of Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies, edited by Gabi Kathöfer (University of Denver) and Beverly Weber (University of Colorado Boulder), will focus on “Heimatlosigkeit/Precarity”. Continue reading CfP: Special Issue Seminar – Heimatlosigkeit/Precarity
Changing borders, immigration, political change and unrest, war, death, birth and rebirth have changed the composition of Central and Eastern Europe, causing massive, fundamental cultural shifts which have continually drawn global attention. How are the histories and stories of these multifarious transformations told and retold, and what do these differing interpretations mean for the region as a whole? Continue reading CfP: Memory and Momentum Graduate Student Conference
The CAUTG and three other associations (CCLA, CSM, WiG) will host joint panel sessions at Congress 2017. Continue reading CfP: Joint panels at Congress 2017
This special issue of Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies on “Goethe, Worlds, and Literatures” aims to enrich the debate around these key terms for post-national literary and cultural studies without reinforcing their conventional linkages. Continue reading CfP: Special Issue Seminar – Goethe, Worlds, and Literatures
Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, 27-30 May 2017
You are invited to submit proposals for papers to be given at the CAUTG annual meeting at Ryerson University in Toronto. Continue reading CfP – CAUTG/APAUC 2017
The year 2017 will bring celebrations of the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s supposed posting of his 95 Theses as a signal event of the Protestant Reformation, as well as celebrations of the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Dominion of Canada. Continue reading Call for Papers: From Reformation to Globalization
The Popular Culture Association (PCA/ACA) invites abstract submissions for its annual conference in San Diego from April 12-15, 2017. The German Studies Area Continue reading CfP: PCA San Diego German Literature & Culture Area
-Call for Papers-
5th Undergraduate Colloquium in German Studies
University of Toronto
24 September 2016
Are you an undergraduate student of German Studies?
Have you recently written or are you currently working on a paper on the German language, German-speaking literature, culture, or film, or teaching German as a foreign language?
Have you ever thought of sharing your thoughts on topics in German Studies with other students and scholars outside of the classroom?
Your paper could be interesting to other students & professionals in German Studies! In 2016, there will again be an opportunity for undergraduate students to present their work: the Undergraduate Colloquium in German Studies to be held at the University of Toronto in Toronto, Ontario.
Undergraduate students are invited to submit proposals for papers to be presented at the Undergraduate Colloquium in German Studies. Papers on any aspect of German Studies (language, literature, culture, film, and language education) are welcome. Please submit an electronic copy of your proposal (in English or German, max. 300 words, double-spaced, including works cited) to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject line of the e-mail must read Undergraduate Colloquium in German Studies proposal (or UCGS proposal). The text body of the message should contain your name, affiliation, and paper title. The proposal should be an attached file (word or pdf), and it must not
include your name and/or affiliation.
Deadline for proposals: April 30th, 2016
Ulrike Kugler, Goethe-Institut Toronto
Christine Lehleiter, University of Toronto
Paul Malone, University of Waterloo
Barbara Schmenk, University of Waterloo
There aren’t too many opportunities for undergraduate students to present their papers in public. This is a great chance to gain experience & to boost your CV. Don’t miss it!
Multilingual Discourses invites submissions for the next issue, tentatively scheduled for publication in the summer of 2016. Multilingual Discourses Continue reading CfP: Multilingual Discourses Journal