UMass Amherst has a proud tradition of research and undergraduate/graduate teaching (B.A., M.A., & PhD) in German & Scandinavian Studies. Our interdisciplinary strengths include: Black German Studies; Cultural Studies; Film Studies; Gender and Sexuality Studies; German-Jewish Studies; GDR & DEFA Film Studies; Holocaust Studies; Intellectual History; Medieval Studies; Minority Studies; STEM German; Theater and Performance Studies; Transnationalism; and Turkish German Studies.
Our undergraduate program is structured to set the study of the Germanic languages and their literatures within the contexts of their respective cultures, including their historical, economic, political, philosophical, and cultural aspects. Strong interdisciplinary ties with other departments are encouraged, including STEM fields.
iSTEP combines students' interests in German and STEM fields. With iSTEP students can take STEM-German language courses and participate in international education opportunities.
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June 05, 2023
PhD candidate Ester Gonzalez Martin has been awarded a SPARK scholarship to attend this year's Deutsche Sommerschule am Pazifik. SPARK is an initiative of the American Association of Teachers of...
May 17, 2023
A new chapter by Professor Ela Gezen was just published in the edited volume Berlin International: Literaturszenen in der geteilten Stadt (1970‒1989), out now from DeGruyter. The chapter, titled ...
May 12, 2023
On April 24, 2023, Professor Jeffrey Herf (Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History, University of Maryland College Park) and Rabbi Dr. Ulrike Offenberg (Hameln, Germany) joined us on Zoom for a...
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