In addition to teaching Germanic, Slavic, and Uralic languages, the Department of Germanic & Slavic Languages & Literatures offers a wide array of innovative courses in literature, linguistics, film, culture and theory spanning the Viking Age to the Digital Age. With its five different undergraduate majors, three minors, two masters degrees in Slavic as well as the Carolina-Duke Graduate Program in German Studies, GSLL is a vibrant community of students and scholars devoted to studying, teaching, and researching the riches of European and Slavic cultures.
UNC German Week
Events on Campus
Explore the V4 in the Central European Studies major
Poland | The Czech Republic | Slovakia | Hungary
Laszlo Birinyi, Sr. Fellow
Central European Studies with Expertise in Hungarian
Figures of Possibility: Erich Auerbach's Figura
between Hermeneutics and Experience
Niklaus Largier, University of California, Berkeley
4:30pm | Friday, October 28 | Toy Lounge
Where in Europe or Russia will you go?
Russkaya, Popoika, Kawiarenka & Kaffeestunde
Casual Language Practice in Dey Hall
Works in Progress Lecture Series
Research in the Carolina-Duke Graduate Program in German Studies
GSLL faculty are continually writing and sharing their research. Find out more about some of our most recent work.