A Night in Ann Arbor - Max Raabe meets our students.
Welcome to Germanic Languages & Literatures
Graduate and undergraduate students will be guided by faculty with deep methodic training and experience in German and Comparative Literature, History, Political Science, Film Studies, Linguistics, Sociology, Philosophy, Business, and Music. Many of our faculty have joint appointments in corresponding departments—they are interdisciplinarians.
Our courses are wide-ranging, challenging, and just plain fun! Descriptions of each language program are available through the links above.
- Andreas Gailus: What I'm Reading This Week December 18, 2015
- Mary Hennessy wins Essay Prize October 15, 2015
- Andrei Markovits receives U-M Press Book Award October 9, 2015
- Colloquium Series - Author reading from "Neue Leben" novel
Speaker: Ingo Schulze, Author
- 07:00 PM
- Colloquium Series "The Color of Vowels: Synthesia and Physiology in Aesthetics, 1850-1900"
Speaker: Jutta Müller-Tamm, Professor, FU Berlin
- 04:00 PM
- Colloquium Series "Brains: Forms of Life in German Modernism"
Speaker: Andreas Gailus, Professor, U-M
- 04:00 PM