Events in German Studies

Devotional Print Culture in Northern Germany: The Case of St Jerome

Devotional Print Culture in Northern Germany: The Case of St Jerome

Date
24/02/2016 - 05/05/2016
Description
Modern Languages / IGS Seminar, Dr Elizabeth Andersen (University of Newcastle)
"Fagin in Berlin Provokes a Riot": Anti-Semitism on Film in Occupied Germany

"Fagin in Berlin Provokes a Riot": Anti-Semitism on Film in Occupied Germany

Date
09/03/2016 - 05/05/2016
Description
Modern Languages / IGS Seminar, Dr Emily Oliver (King's College, London)
The IGS, 1996–2016: Twenty Years of Studying Germany from the Outside

The IGS, 1996–2016: Twenty Years of Studying Germany from the Outside

Date
05/05/2016
Description
On 05 May 2016, the Institute for German Studies (IGS) will hold a one-day conference to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its official opening by the then German Foreign Minister, Klaus Kinkel. The conference will be attended by some 50 IGS alumni, many of whom have gone on to become leading scholars in their respective fields, and will include panels on 'German History and Culture', 'German Politics', and 'Germany in the World'.
'The New Edition of Hitler's Mein Kampf'

'The New Edition of Hitler's Mein Kampf'

Date
23/06/2016
Description
Dr. Magnus Brechtken (Institut für Zeitgeschichte, Munich)
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