Check out this exciting article in The College TODAY about the 4th Annual German-American Business Summit!
Dona Totova Lacayo ’05, the chief commercial and public affairs officer at the Port of Hueneme (wy-NEEM-ee) in California, minored in German along with her major in International Business at CofC. She is featured in this summer’s edition of CofC’s magazine discussing what she’s been up to since graduation!
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On July 1, 2015, the Department of German and Slavic Studies will have a new name: German and Russian Studies. “This name change highlights our emphasis on Russian literature, film, and culture and on Russian as a critical language. With our new hire, Dr. Irina Erman, joining us as a tenure track assistant professor of Russian this fall, we are poised to build on the stellar work of our retiring colleague Professor Raisa Gomer and continue to offer our students an excellent Russian Studies program,” observes Dr. Morgan Koerner, Department Chair-Elect.
Alanna Aldstadt, German major, was awarded a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship in Germany.
Timothy Howard, German Major, has been awarded a US Teaching Assistantship in Austria with a placement in Wiener Neustadt.
On Saturday, March 7, 2015 at the 39th Annual Conference of the Philological Association of the Carolinas, Professor Nancy Nenno gave the keynote address entitled “From Corpse to Core: Death and Detection Across the Language Curriculum.”
Professor Morgan Koerner’s book chapter “Beyond Media Critique: Performance and Pop-cultural Pleasuresin Elfriede Jelinek and Frank Castorf’s Raststätte oder sie machens alle” has been published in A Different Germany: Pop and the Negotiation of German Culture.
Professor Morgan Koerner’s latest article “Beyond Drama: Postdramatic theater in upper level, performance-oriented foreign language, literature and culture courses” has been published in the Scenario 8.2 (2014): 1-16.