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What's New in the German Studies Department

March 30, 2017

It has been another exciting and productive year at the Heights! I hope you enjoy a look at some of the highlights in the German Studies Department:

In other news, after 18 years, Agnes Farkas left the department to devote more time to other projects. Martha Kraft came on board in December as our new administrative assistant—and got right to work organizing a lecture by Consul General Horlemann on the refugee crisis in Germany. In the fall, Ursula Mangoubi assumed responsibility for the summer internships program.

I wish you all the best for this year and encourage you to share your adventures and achievements with us. Please join the German Studies Alums Facebook group and follow @BCGermanStudies on Twitter for all the latest news from the Department. By all means let us know if you're on campus—we'd be happy to see you!

Finally, please consider supporting German Studies with a donation.


Rachel Freudenburg
Chair, German Studies Department

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