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Workshop for young people (16-25) at the Freud Haus on 23 July

Dr Ina Linge and Dr Marie Kolkenbrock will be running a workshop for young people in the Freud Museum on 23 July.
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Professor Joachim Whaley gave Graham Nattrass Memorial Lecture at the British Library

Professor Joachim Whaley gave the inaugural Graham Nattrass Memorial Lecture at the invitation of the German Studies Library Group and the British Library at the British Library in St Pancras on 17 June 2016.
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Dr Ina Linge nominated for Public Engagement with Research Award

Dr Ina Linge has been nominated for a Public Engagement with Research Award for her work on the Sex in Six Objects project. As the organiser of the Sex in Six Objects project, Dr Ina Linge curates a series of workshops using objects from the history of sexuality to engage young people on contemporary issues of gender and sexuality.
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Dr Annja Neumann nominated for Public Engagement with Research Award

Department member Dr Annja Neumann has been nominated for the inaugural Public Engagement with Research Awards. Her research on medical topographics is at the intersection of Literary Studies, Medical Humanities and Digital Humanities.
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'Jüdin und Moderne' - new book by Dr Weiss-Sussex published

Jüdin und Moderne Literarisierungen der Lebenswelt deutsch-jüdischer Autorinnen in Berlin (1900–1918) [Jewish Women and Modernity: Models of Femininity and Jewishness in the Works of Female German-Jewish Writers in Berlin (1900–1918)]
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Professor Joachim Whaley Guest of honour in Weimar

Professor Joachim Whaley was guest of honour at the opening of the 6th Thüringer Landesausstellung in Weimar and Gotha on 23 April 2016.
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Sex in Six Objects

Sex in Six Objects Workshop series

A workshop series for undergraduate students with an impressive array of speakers. Book now for the next two workshops.
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German ab initio students' visit to Germany

Three ab initio students spent a busy week in Schönhausen.
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Towards an Ethics of Gesture

A symposium at Emmanuel College on 16 April 2016.
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Cambridge New Habsburg Studies Network - Annual Workshop

CAMBRIDGE NEW HABSBURG STUDIES NETWORK 'New Approaches' Workshop on 04.03.2016.
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Our Star Students

Read about some of our students’ success stories, including those who read German ‘Ab Initio’ (from scratch).

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Applying to Cambridge

Information for prospective applicants thinking of studying German at Cambridge.

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Cambridge Online German for Schools

Cambridge Online German for Schools (COGS) is a core element of the Cambridge German Network

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