Alexis B. Smith published an article titled “Ritter’s Musical Blood Flow Through Hoffmann’s Kreisler” in the book The Early History of Embodied Cognition 1740-1920: The Lebenskraft-Debate and Radical Reality in German Science, Music, and Literature (Brill|Rodopi 2016).
Felicitas Hoppe, who received her MA in German from the University of Oregon in 1986, has been awarded the Georg-Büchner prize, the most important literary prize for the German language (2012).
Grant Barba (B.A. 2011) has been awarded a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) to pursue graduate studies at the University of Hamburg. For the full article, click here.
Picture: Grant Barba with students in Spain
Daniel Gilfillan, who received his Ph.D. in German from the University of Oregon and is currently an Assistant Professor of German Studies and Information Literacy at Arizona State University, has published Pieces of Sound: German Experimental Radio with the University of Minnesota Press (2009).
Phil Hansen, who received his BA in German from the University of Oregon in 1967, has published a book on The History of Germanic Languages at Oregon,1878-2008 (2008).