Category Archives: German News

April 4-8, 2016. Research and Creative Achievement Week

Presentations at Research and Creative Achievement Week by FLL students: Tuesday April 5. INTERSECTION: ARTS AND SCIENCES. MSC 244. Mia Willis, BA MULT: Classical Civilization. Oral Presentation. 9:20-9:30am. “Greco-Roman Paganism in the Architectural Culture of the Southern Levant During the Roman Empire” Wednesday April 6. NATURAL SCIENCES Elisa Alfonso, Double major Music and BA Hispanic Studies. Oral Presentation. MSC Great

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February 8, 2016 German News

Einen frohen Rosenmontag wünsche ich Euch! Here are this week’s and next week’s German Club events: I. Montag, 8. Februar: ROSENMONTAG (Crazy Candy Give-Away!): Thank you to those who registered with Dr. Jensen to participate! Wednesday, February 10th @ 5:30pm, Bate Building Room 1028 (please see our updated Filmabend schedule, as well) The Legend of Rita (Volker Schlöndorff, 2000) This

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New Concentration in Global Studies, Foreign Language Course Renumbering, starting Fall 2016

New for Fall 2016: Global Studies Concentration – 30 s.h. • GLST 1000 – Introduction to Global Studies (first offered fall 2017) • GLST 4500 – Seminar in Global Studies (first offered spring 2018) Choose 15 s.h. of FREN or GERM or SPAN electives above 2004 or Choose 9 s.h. of FREN or GERM or SPAN electives above 2999 and

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Faculty Author Book Awards

Five FLL Faculty were recognized for the book publications during 2014-2015 (from left to right): Frédéric Fladenmuller. Proust ou l’écriture inversive. Du temps perdu au temps retrouvé. Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures, v. 226. Peter Lang. Steven Cerutti. Cicero’s Pro Archia Poeta Oratio. Bolchazy-Carducci. 3rd AP edition. Jill Twark. Envisioning Social Justice in Contemporary German Culture. Studies in

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November 9-16, 2015 German Events

I. On Wednesday, Nov. 11 from 4-6:00pm, starting in Bate 1016, our German Club will have our annual St. Martinsfest celebration with lantern-making, a walk around campus in the dark with the lanterns lit by candles, and the singing of traditional German songs. Email Dr. Jensen at jensenb@ecu.edu ASAP if you plan to come, so she and the cultural outreach

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