Each year, Gettysburg College helps scores of students from all disciplines obtain fellowships, scholarships, and grants to support research and creative activity carried out in close collaboration with faculty members.
|German Studies majors Carter McClintock '12 and Cory Rosenberg '12 worked with Prof. Laurel Cohen-Pfister on a project dealing with collective memory and identity. Both students wrote their senior theses about Gedächtnis der Nation, a multi-media internet site designed to present first-person testimonies and narratives of events in recent German history.
|Cory Rosenberg presents his thesis,
Die bleibende Wunde des Holocausts."
|Carter McClintock presents his thesis,
"Die Darstellung der Stasi in Gedächtnis der Nation."
Cory Rosenberg '12 (at left), a German Studies major and Civil War Era Studies minor, presented his paper "Strange Bedfellows and their Grandchildren: German Literature as Reaction to and Evidence of Reunification" at the Tenth Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities on January 13, 2012.
Winning film selected at Winterfest:
German 333 Mockumentary about the departmental name change from German to German Studies, Fall 2011
Outstanding film from an Elementary German student:
Ein sehr akkurater Tag im Leben
German 102 Individual Movie Project by David Thompson '14