Eye Tracking in Vienna
Mihaela Barokova ’15 interns at the University of Vienna while studying away in Germany.
By exploring literature, film, and folklore, one first-year class found out there’s much more to vampires than Twilight.
Back to Germany
After graduation last May, Carl Skarbek ’11 took his lab and classroom experiences straight to Germany.
After falling in love with Austria on a semester study abroad program, Adam Troldahl '09 has decided to make his life there.
Wo ist Goethe
The short video "Wo ist Goethe" won in the Macalester College German Department's "Wo ist Goethe" competition in November 2011. It won the awards "Most creative project" as well as the "Student-choice award."
Ruth Conkling Receives Fulbright Award to Germany
She will investigate contemporary German literature and how Germans are reacting to their recent past.
Why German at Macalester?
From the introductory language sequence through upper-level topics courses and the senior seminar, students receive in-depth training in the German language while studying a wide variety of topics such as German literature, film, art, music, history, philosophy, and critical theory. The department offers language training at all levels as well as a major and a minor in German Studies. Students who have taken at least 2 semesters of German may live in the Deutsches Haus, Macalester’s on-campus immersion residence hall directed by a resident native-speaking instructor. Students with 4 or more semesters of German may participate in Macalester’s 6-month study abroad program in Berlin and Vienna. All students of German enjoy numerous co-curricular events, such as the student-run Stammtisch conversation table, the monthly Kaffestunden, Oktoberfest, and Karneval.
For more information, e-mail Professor Linda Schulte-Sasse (chair) at email@example.com
A Major Metamorphosis: The Trials of a German Student
- Vampires: From Monsters to Superheroes
- German Cinema Studies: The Nazi in Cinema
- German Cultural History
- Politics, Class, Culture
- A Kafkaesque Century
- Senior Seminar: Die 68er-Bewegung: Shocks and Aftershocks