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GSLL Undergraduate Research Roundtable

January 22, 2021

On October 19, 2020, during University Research Week, there was a roundtable featuring students writing Honors theses supervised by GSLL faculty. Students discussed their experiences performing academic research for their undergraduate Honors theses: their topic, their investments, the process, what … Continued

Zoom Research Discussion with Dr. Adi Nester

January 22, 2021

In the fall 2020 the Department welcomed Dr. Adi Nester to its faculty, as teaching assistant professor of German and Jewish Studies Education. As opportunities for casual and academic interaction have been dramatically reduced during the coronavirus pandemic, Professor Gabriel … Continued

GSLL faculty present at the symposium “Environmentalism, Fantasy and Intersectionality: A Comparison between the US and EU,” November 5–6, 2020

January 22, 2021

This virtual symposium featured papers by Professor Gabriel Trop (“Giordano Bruno Latour: Bonding as Paradigm of Power”), Teaching Professor Christina Weiler (“Uncanny Women, Exploitation, and Animal Ethics in Ludwig Tieck’s Fairy Tale ‘Fairhaired Eckbert’”), Professor Eliza Rose, (“Ultrasounds of Nothing: … Continued

Moments of Enlightenment: In Memory of Jonathan M. Hess

January 22, 2021

GSLL faculty members Professor Ruth von Bernuth and Professor Eric Downing have co-edited a special volume for the series Nexus: Essays in German Jewish Studies, due to appear in February 2021. The essays included are drawn from talks originally presented … Continued

UNC Russian Flagship Program Featured on UNC.EDU

November 30, 2020

“Russian Language Flagship Program Prepares Students to Become Global Professionals“: Meredith Doubleday and Stanislav Shvabrin discuss the newly-established UNC Russian Flagship Program (UNCRFP) with Korie Dean (University Communications) for a feature on Carolina’s homepage, with a contribution from UNCRFP participant … Continued