Undergraduate students in German, Toni-Marie Simcott-Omar, Emily Darroch and Mhairi Montgomery, are working on the translation of a German POW diary from the First World War
LCS finalist in German, Eleanor Linsell reports back from presenting her work at a Cambridge conference, together with fellow-finalists Laura Bannister and Emma Watson.
Professor Tobias Boes (Notre Dame) talks about Thomas Mann as the prototypical “world author” - a writer who possesses and actively manages a global literary reputation Starts at 4:00 pm.
Find out more about the University and the courses we offer at one of our open days Starts at 1:00 am.
History of the German Women's movement; gender relations in German history; the response of the women's movement to the First World War; the role of women activists in cultural demobilisation
Recent graduate Natalie spent a term studying in Munich before undertaking an 11 month internship with a French publishing company for her year abroad.