at 818 Van Hise Hall, Madison United States
At the University of Wisconsin - Madison
The UW's Department of German, established in 1890, is one of the oldest, largest, and highest ranked in the United States. Through its comprehensive undergraduate and graduate programs, it offers a rich and challenging environment in which to pursue the study of all aspects of the literatures, cultures, and languages of the German-speaking countries. As a leading department, its distinguished faculty has long been recognized internationally for its historical breadth and intellectual depth in German literature, thought, and culture from the Middle Ages to the present, as well as in Germanic linguistics and Dutch language, literature and culture.
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There is no reason to be bored tomorrow (Thursday): -2-3pm, International Careers: Insights from alumnus John Lange, 206 Ingraham Hall -4-5pm, Kaffeestunde!, 1418 VH -7:30-9pm, Vivien Green Fryd (Vanderbilt University): "Writing Trauma: Henry Ries's Photographs of Berlin 1937-85," L140 Elvehjem, Chazen Museum Viel Spaß!