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03/03/2012
All Day
Wescoe Hall
Competitions for German language and literature for the benefit of 350 high school students from 20 Kansas high schools.
03/13/2012
7:30 PM
Max Kade Center (Sudler House)
Quite often, German literary histories have treated Austrian literature and culture as if it were just part of the German cultural heritage. In his talk, Professor Kriegleder, University of Vienna, will not only question this practice but also call into doubt the very concept of a national literature.
08/19/2012
1:00 PM
Wescoe Hall
Student recruitment for majors; part of Hawk Week.
09/23/2012
4:00 PM
Max Kade Center (Sudler House)
Emeritus Prof. Dr. D. Litt. et Phil. h.c. (Rand Afrikaans Univ.) Helmut Koopmann of the University of Augsburg will offer a Schiller Blockseminar from 23 September to 7 October 2012. The Blockseminar will be integrated into the 701 Proseminar T/R 4.00-5.15 and a Saturday September 29th block from 9.00a.m. " 2.00p.m. (with a break for lunch). It is open to students who are not enrolled in 701 under the GERM 753 (Prof. Marx as instructor of record) for 1 credit hour.
09/25/2012
4:00 PM
Max Kade Center (Sudler House)
Emeritus Prof. Dr. D. Litt. et Phil. h.c. (Rand Afrikaans Univ.) Helmut Koopmann of the University of Augsburg will offer a Schiller Blockseminar from 23 September to 7 October 2012. The Blockseminar will be integrated into the 701 Proseminar T/R 4.00-5.15 and a Saturday September 29th block from 9.00a.m. " 2.00p.m. (with a break for lunch). It is open to students who are not enrolled in 701 under the GERM 753 (Prof. Marx as instructor of record) for 1 credit hour.
09/26/2012
3:00 PM
Kansas Union
Professor Koopmann will discuss the ongoing debate about the relevance of the humanities and propose ways in which the humanities can play an important role today and in the future. Eminent scholar Helmut Koopmann has published nearly 20 books and 200 articles on German literature from the eighteenth through the twentieth centuries. His writings have focused on topics such as Goethe, Schiller, Thomas and Heinrich Mann, exile literature, and contemporary literature.
09/27/2012
4:00 PM
Max Kade Center (Sudler House)
Emeritus Prof. Dr. D. Litt. et Phil. h.c. (Rand Afrikaans Univ.) Helmut Koopmann of the University of Augsburg will offer a Schiller Blockseminar from 23 September to 7 October 2012. The Blockseminar will be integrated into the 701 Proseminar T/R 4.00-5.15 and a Saturday September 29th block from 9.00a.m. " 2.00p.m. (with a break for lunch). It is open to students who are not enrolled in 701 under the GERM 753 (Prof. Marx as instructor of record) for 1 credit hour.
09/29/2012
4:00 PM
Max Kade Center (Sudler House)
Emeritus Prof. Dr. D. Litt. et Phil. h.c. (Rand Afrikaans Univ.) Helmut Koopmann of the University of Augsburg will offer a Schiller Blockseminar from 23 September to 7 October 2012. The Blockseminar will be integrated into the 701 Proseminar T/R 4.00-5.15 and a Saturday September 29th block from 9.00a.m. " 2.00p.m. (with a break for lunch). It is open to students who are not enrolled in 701 under the GERM 753 (Prof. Marx as instructor of record) for 1 credit hour.
10/02/2012
4:00 PM
Max Kade Center (Sudler House)
Emeritus Prof. Dr. D. Litt. et Phil. h.c. (Rand Afrikaans Univ.) Helmut Koopmann of the University of Augsburg will offer a Schiller Blockseminar from 23 September to 7 October 2012. The Blockseminar will be integrated into the 701 Proseminar T/R 4.00-5.15 and a Saturday September 29th block from 9.00a.m. " 2.00p.m. (with a break for lunch). It is open to students who are not enrolled in 701 under the GERM 753 (Prof. Marx as instructor of record) for 1 credit hour.
10/04/2012
4:00 PM
Max Kade Center (Sudler House)
Emeritus Prof. Dr. D. Litt. et Phil. h.c. (Rand Afrikaans Univ.) Helmut Koopmann of the University of Augsburg will offer a Schiller Blockseminar from 23 September to 7 October 2012. The Blockseminar will be integrated into the 701 Proseminar T/R 4.00-5.15 and a Saturday September 29th block from 9.00a.m. " 2.00p.m. (with a break for lunch). It is open to students who are not enrolled in 701 under the GERM 753 (Prof. Marx as instructor of record) for 1 credit hour.


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