The Notre Dame Berlin Seminar brings scholars of German literary and cultural studies together with experts and leading figures of Germany’s literary scene. Fellows have the opportunity to engage personally with representatives from different areas of Germany’s vibrant literary field.
Co-directed by William Collins Donahue of the University of Notre Dame and Martin Kagel of the University of Georgia, this distinctive seminar series welcomes faculty and advanced graduate students to participate. Past Fellows have come from all academic ranks and many different institutions, including Washington University, Pomona College, Duke, Brown, Michigan State, Bowling Green, Queens College/CUNY, the University of Limerick, and Fundan University in China.
Deadline to apply is March 1, 2019.