New German Saturday School in York

German Saturday School York is looking for a German Teacher

We are looking to hire a German teacher for our new German Saturday School York from December 2019 onwards. The pay per two-hour session is £48.00 and includes preparation time.

If you are interested in joining a motivated and dedicated team and fulfil the following requirements, then please contact us via email at info@dssyork.org.uk or by telephone on 07713158191. We look forward to hearing from you.

Celebrating 50 years of the Leeds-Dortmund partnership

This year, 2019, the cities of Leeds (UK) and Dortmund (Germany) will have been twinned for 50 years. LD50 is a project that celebrates our golden anniversary through the arts, particularly literature.

A series of exchanges between writers in Leeds and Dortmund will take place culminating in a weekend festival at ChapelFM Arts Centre and other venues across the city.

Host a German Teacher

Would you like to have authentic German cultural input in your school? Through the UK-German Connection programme "Host a Teacher from Germany", your school can host a German teacher for two or three weeks during the academic year, at no cost.
The application process for UK schools interested in hosting a teacher from Germany in 2019-20 will open again in mid-May 2019.
All the details are here

http://www.ukgermanconnection.org/hostateacher

Success at The Sauerkraut Cup 2016

Germanic Studies at Sheffield were proud to host the annual Sauerkraut Cup football tournament at the Goodwin Sports Centre on 23 April – and even prouder to win it! Excitement reached fever-pitch during a hotly-contested semi-final which went to a penalty shoot-out, and although Leeds didn’t make it through to the final, their pitch-side support and chanting were second to none.

New Book on the German Student Movement!

Our German at Leeds colleague Dr Ingo Cornils has written a book on representations of the German student movement and the upheavals of '68!

Ingo has used his original research on '68, revolution, and utopian ideals in final-year modules on The German Student Movement and German Utopian Thought in Fiction and Film.

http://www.camden-house.com/store/viewItem.asp…...

We have a Script!

Follow the progress of our German at Leeds collaboration with RJC Dance!

German at Leeds undergraduate student Katie Reeves is blogging about our work with young people from North Leeds to develop a dance script relating to the Holocaust.

https://rjcdanceleeds.wordpress.com/…/…/19/we-have-a-script/

German at Leeds students on a study trip to Nürnberg!

German at Leeds students on a study trip to Nürnberg!
So far, our students -- funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and accompanied by our DAAD lecturers Anne Markovic and Laura Wichmann -- have visited the Doku Zentrum in Nürnberg and had a guided tour of the Reichsparteigelände, where the Nazis held their mass rallies.
They have also held a workshop and had a guided tour of the Nuremberg trials memorial site.
Next, they are headed for Munich

Film on German at Leeds outreach work at Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre

Germanist and Professor of World Cinemas Paul Cooke has produced a short film recording our work with the Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre and survivors of the Rwandan Genocide, combining poetry, drama, and workshopping!

https://vimeo.com/161292789

German students at Leeds perform drama on migration crisis!

Great photo of our rehearsals for our drama, written and performed by our German at Leeds undergraduates, on the migration crisis.

You can see our students perform next Wednesday, 16 March, at 5.15 pm in the Michael Sadler Building LG. 19!

Writing women into the German Revolution!

Writing women into the German Revolution

German at Leeds Dr Ingrid Sharp has succeeded in persuading the maritime museum in Kiel to include a revolutionary woman in its exhibition commemorating the German Revolution of 1918. Speaking last weekend at a workshop in Kiel organised by the Museum, her paper offered examples of women who had been involved in the revolution and had written eye-witness accounts.

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