An exhibition of graphic works by the Czech-Jewish artist Michel Fingesten (1884-1943), curated...
Department of Germanic & Slavic Languages & Literatures
Welcome to the Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures. As a department of foreign languages, literatures, and cultural studies, we prepare our students for life and careers in an increasingly global world. Our programs in German, Russian, Hebrew, and Nordic Studies enable students to combine their language training with interdisciplinary study of the regions where their language is spoken. Russian and Hebrew are languages of considerable relevance to 21st-century geopolitics, while German continues to be important in light of Germany’s status as Europe’s largest economy. The cultural legacies of the Germanic and Slavic countries continue to shape fields such as literature, art, music, film, philosophy, and political science.
To ensure that students are well-prepared to meet the demands of the future, we offer innovative programs such as a five-year concurrent German BA and MA degree track, a dual German MA and MBA, a certificate program in German for Engineers, and a special major track for heritage speakers of Russian. We provide internship opportunities with social service organizations, businesses, schools, and libraries, as well as study abroad programs in Germany, Russia, Iceland, and Sweden.
Department of Germanic and Slavic
Languages and Literatures
276 UCB, McKenna 129
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309-0276
Telephone: (303) 492-7404
Fax: (303) 492-5376
IN THE NEWS
German PhD student Maggie Rosenau curates exhibit at CU’s Special Collections reading room in Norlin Library.
The Book’s Undoing: Dieter Roth’s Artist’s Books will be on display January 26-May 15, 2015 at...
Mark Leiderman (Lipovetsky) was the recipient of the 2014 Award for Outstanding Achievement in...
Three GSLL faculty members were among the 2014 recipients of the Boulder Faculty Assembly¹s...
Video on exhibition "A New Objectivity: Ernst Jünger and Albert Renger-Patzsch,” curated by German PhD candidate Ross Etherton, now available online.
German PhD candidate Ross Etherton curated the exhibition A New Objectivity: Ernst Jünger...