Ed Cohn wins awards that will support his research on how citizens interacted with an intrusive and ever-vigilant surveillance state.
Anton Kaes' lecture addresses the invisible, long-term effects of the First World War on German society.
Andres Cambronero '15 wins the 2014 Student Research Award from North Central Council of Latin Americanists.
Faculty panels explore the concept of wonder and its manifestations in culture and science as part of Wunderkammer exhibit.
German guest writers Thomas Pletzinger and Simon Urban visit classes and present a public reading.
In Berna Gueneli’s tutorial, first-year students explore multiethnic Germany through the work of contemporary Turkish-German director Fatih Akin.
Student Educational Policy Committee
Typically, students study abroad through IES (Institute for the International Education of Students). Most Grinnell German majors and many nonmajors select from off-campus study programs at one of the following locations:
Resources For Students
Burling's Subject Guide for Research in German: This is a great place to start for research. Through the Grinnell libraries, students can access a variety of databases with secondary literature appropriate for German students. However, the long list of resources can be overwhelming, so here a few databases we find especially helpful:
At Grinnell, all studies take place within a liberal arts framework, focusing on the study of German literature and culture through the contexts of the arts, history, social history, philosophy, and politics.