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2006–2001

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University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine The United States Holocaust Museum and the C.F. Reynolds Medical History Society co-sponsor a lecture on Nazi medicine: "Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race".  By Dr. Susan Bachrach,

Work in Progress Series:

Kevin Bilicke

Exercising "Bildung" through Narrative Escapes of Becoming in Höldern, Schlegel, and Nvoalis.  By Kevin Bilicke, Ph.D. Cadidate December 4, 2006
Seventh Annual Commemoration of Kristallnacht The Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures and Jewish Studies Present The Seventh Annual Commemoration of Kristallnacht October 30, 2006

Work in Progress Series:

Professor Randall Halle

"Visual Alterity: Typicality and the Moving Image" by Professor Randall Halle, Klaus W. Jonas Chair in German Film and Cultural Studies

Public Lecture:

Professor Michelle Mattson, Rhodes College

Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures and the Women's Studies Program present "Mother's Care: Models of Motherhood and their Ethical Implications in post-WWII German Literature" by Professor Michelle Mattson, Rhodes College. October 2, 2006.

Reception for the German Studies Association The University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, and Duquesne University hosts a reception for the German Studies Association members in Pittsburgh.  September 30, 2006.

Public Lecture:

Dr. Sabine Hake, University of Texas at Austin

The Department of German, Film Studies Program, and Graduate Program for Cultural Studies present "Entombing the Third Reich: on 'Downfall' and Historicism" By Dr. Sabine Hake, University of Texas at Austin.  April 17, 2007.
Celebrate the Winners of the Tenth Annual German Essay Contest April 12, 2006

Public Lecture:

Dr. Anthony Krupp, University of Miami

The German Department presents "Damned Babies? Leibniz vs. the Jansenists" by Dr. Anthony Krupp, University of Miami.  January 11, 2006
Eighth Annual Commemoration of Kristallnacht Sponsored by the German Department and the Jewish Studies Program.  November 9, 2005