We are delighted to announce that Gernot Waldner (PhD Harvard, 2018) has accepted a multi-year postdoc position as Universitätsassistent at the prestigious Robert-Musil-Institut für LIteraturforschung at the Universität Klagenfurt.
The Jarl Gallén Prize will be bestowed on Professor Stephen Mitchell in the Great Hall of the Finnish Literature Society, Hallituskatu 1, at 13:00 on Tuesday, November 5, 2019. Prof. Kaarle Hämeri, Chancellor of the University of Helsinki, will present the prize. Prof. Mitchell will deliver a lecture entitled “Magic and Memory in the Medieval North”, which will be followed by a seminar with four speakers on subjects pertinent to his...
Warmest congratulations to Alex Lambrow (PhD 2019), who has received a multi-year post-doctoral fellowship at Vanderbilt University, and to Anton Chaevitch (PhD 2019), who has just begun a new position as an International Arbitration Attorney in Washington, DC.
In Philology of the FleshHamilton investigates a range of poetic enterprises and theoretical reflections that engage in incarnational metaphors of language, from the fifteenth-century humanism of Lorenzo Valla to the poetry of Emily Dickinson, from Immanuel Kant and Johann Georg Hamann to Friedrich Nietzsche, Franz Kafka, and Paul Celan, tracing an insistence that invites us to...
Warmest congratulations to the 26 students who have been awarded fellowships and internships through the department’s Work Abroad program this year, with special thanks to the department's Work Abroad Program Officer, Ruth Sondermann, for making all this possible: Anna Biggs (OCS-funded research at Universität Hamburg); Haydn Bradstreet (DAAD/RISE internship, Düsseldorf Universität); Emily Brother (OCS-funded internship, Freie Universität Berlin); Julia Bunte-Mein (Salzburg Global Seminar); Yi Chen (RISE fellowship)... Read more about Twenty Six Fellowships and Internships Abroad for Summer 2018
This is the very first comprehensive study on the late medieval text transmitting the Life ("Vita") of the 13th-century mystic, Christina von Hane. Adopting a multi-perspective approach, the first part of the study considers the handwritten manuscript while also discussing performative aspects of this mystic text. The second part of the study offers a new edition of the Vita.
Lisa Parkes is the 2016 recipient of the Massachusetts German Educator of the Year Award from the Massachusetts Foreign Language Association in recognition of her exceptional accomplishments in language pedagogy.