“Avant-bard” singer/songwriter/performer Psoy Korolenko and U of T Professor... Read More »
Employing the realist aesthetics associated with the 'Berlin School,’ this German director explores wome and girls at the social margins. Post-screening discussions facilitated by Professor Angelica Fenner, with Maria Speth in attendance for the closing film DAUGHTERS (Töchter). Free and open to the public. Read More »
Please join us for our last Kaffeestunde of this term on Thursday, April 2, at 1 p.m. Read More »
Theater DU presents: HOCHWASSER III – A play by Günter Grass, adapted by Erol Boran. March 23/24/25, 7 p.m.
After F. Dürrenmatt’s Physicists (2010) and E. Boran’s Drakul(j)a (2013), GER 340 stages an adaptation of G. Grass’ Hochwasser, an absurd play about humans and beasts stranded in a house together. Read More »
Please join us for our next Kaffeestunde on Thursday, March 5, at 1 p.m. Read More »
MICHAEL GÖTTING is a Berlin-based Afro-German author and journalist. On Thursday, March 12 at 1 p.m. he will read excerpts from his forthcoming debut novel Contrapunctus at the German Department Lounge (Odette Hall 301). Read More »
Check out our collaboration with the Goethe Films Series ‘Copy & Paste: From Murnau to Müller’ March 3, 5, 10
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Workshop on “Effective Use of Technology in Language Teaching”: Friday, February 13, 1:30 – 4:00 p.m.
On Friday, February 13 from 1:30-4:00 p.m., Dr. Ruhui Ni (Language Studies, UTM) will lead a workshop on "Effective Use of Technology in Language Teaching". Read More »
Please join us for our next Kaffeestunde on Thursday, February 5, at 1 p.m. Read More »
Guest lecture, February 5: Rachel Seelig: “From Milk and Honey to Pudding and Cream. Berlin’s Israeli Diaspora in Historical Perspective.”
Rachel Seelig is a Mandel Fellow at the Scholion Interdiscipinary Research Center in the Humanities and Jewish Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where she teaches in the Department of Comparative Literature. Read More »