ASC Alums Work and Research in Vienna

It’s been a bit quiet on the blog lately, mainly due to the fact that I’m on research leave to complete my book on Tourism and Austrian national identity. But this morning I came across a photo on twitter that I can’t ignore, because it shows two of Agnes Scott alums program as part of the…

“Good Bye, Lenin” — A Student Essay

In German 202 students watched and discussed several films, among them the already classic “Good Bye, Lenin!”. We’ve asked several students if they would like to revise their essays for publication on this blog. Here is Katherine Robinson’s work: Die Beziehung zwischen Realität und Wahrheit in dem Film “Goodbye Lenin” “Goodbye Lenin” ist ein lustiger…

Seven ASC German Students Inducted into Delta Phi Alpha

The ASC German Studies Program welcomes seven new members to Delta Phi Alpha, one of the nation’s oldest German Honorary Societies, whose goal it is to “recognize excellence in the study of German and to provide an incentive for higher scholarship. The Society aims to promote the study of the German language, literature, and civilization…

ASC German Studies Encourages Interdisciplinary Work

Studying German does not mean you can’t pursue your other interests. We encourage you to make connections, to use your language across the curriculum, to demonstrate both your linguistic and your cultural literacy. To showcase this aspect of language learning, we will highlight student work that exemplifies working across disciplinary boundaries. Here is an essay…