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German

language, literature and culture

Upcoming events

Tue 22 Oct
15:00-17:00 | Aarhus University, Nobelparken, building 1481, room 239
La Viralité contre l’information: la contre-visibilité des Gilets Jaunes
Une conférence d’André Gunthert, maitre de conférences et chargé de recherches en histoire visuelle à l’E.H.E.S.S.
Thu 21 Nov
11:30-16:30 | Aarhus Universitet, Richard Mortensens stuen, Studenternes Hus, Frederik Nielsens Vej, 8000 Aarhus C
Translating Europe Workshop 2019
Workshoppen, som har titlen “Oversættelsesudfordringer for danske virksomheder i en global verden”, afholdes på Aarhus Universitet torsdag den 21. november 2019. Der sættes i år fokus på anvendelse af neural maskinoversættelse og på virksomheders arbejde med lokalisering af f.eks. hjemmesider og med optimering af lokaliseringsarbejdet.
Thu 28 Nov
11:30-14:00 | Aarhus, Denmark
Exploring Interconnectedness Conference
November 28-30th 2019, University of Aarhus

About German

The study of German at AU contains the following focus areas: language, literature, culture and history. The researchers are experts within these four areas, specialising in:

  • modern grammar
  • Yiddisch
  • comparative German linguistics
  • Dutch
  • modern literature and philosophy
  • Middle High German literature
  • German and Dutch religious literature in the 15th century
  • health culture and Lebensreform
  • the recent history of Germany, historical didactics and national stereotypes as well as foreign-language didactics 

German is a medium-sized subject at AU with six tenured academic staff, two PhD students and a number of emeritus professors who are still active. There is also a DAAD associate professorship affiliated with the subject, ensuring close contact with the German embassy and the Goethe-Institut. This associate professor is responsible for regular cultural events as well as certified language testing.

The research takes place in association with international networks within the respective research fields. The researchers give lectures and collaborate with upper-secondary school teachers to ensure a lively exchange with these schools and the rest of society.

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