The Institute for German Cultural Studies is a research-oriented initiative designed both to recognize extraordinary cross-disciplinary strengths in the study of German culture at Cornell University and to foster cutting-edge scholarly exchange pertaining to the interdisciplinary study of German culture from the medieval era to the present.
The goal of this symposium is to provide students from across cohorts an opportunity to present their research, answer questions, and receive feedback on their work. It draws on the expertise of a variety of disciplines such as Romance studies, comparative literature, medieval studies, art history, ...
Fall 2022 Colloquium Series
September 2: Colloquium, Michael Kämper-van den Boogaart (Humboldt University Berlin)
October 6 (Thursday): Colloquium, Christian Metz (RWTH Aachen University)
October 21: Colloquium, Juan-Jacques Aupiais (Cornell University)
November 4: Colloquium, Re’ee Hagay (Cor...