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Grad Student receives a SSHRC grant.
SLST 300 Sessional position is available for January 2018.
Graduate summer field school.
The third stream of our graduate program - MA in Germanic and Slavic Studies, Holocaust stream, has been officially approved.
Want to work as a Holocaust Museum intern at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum this summer? If so, please check out this posting. For further information, contact Allison Benner (Tel. 250-721-7629, firstname.lastname@example.org), Humanities & Fine Arts Co-operative Education program.
2016 Germanic and Slavic Studies newsletter.
- Elena Pnevmonidou will present at the IdeaFest
- Double Denim night at Felicita's
- Germanic and Slavic Studies Graduate Conference
- Award winning Icelandic films at VFF sponsored by Beck Lecture Series
- Women Scholars Lecture by Anne Wizorek
- 2nd Annual Holocaust Awareness Week
- Lansdowne Lectures by Dr. Tamara Hundorova
- Ukrainian Studies newsletter
- Eastern and Southern Ukraine in Peace and War
- Peter Gölz' CBC interview on 15th anniversary of the history of vampires course
- Düzen Tekkal Lansdowne Lecture
- Book Launch and Lecture by Dr. Serhy Yekelchyk
- Rowan Meredith (Slavic Studies) graduates with highest GPA this fall
- Allison Wardle about her experience at the 2016 I-Witness Holocause Field School
- Presentation and book launch by Dr. Ulf Schuetze
- Richard and Margaret Beck Lecture Series. Dr. Torfi Tulinius.
- 2016 I-witness Field School on Polish TV
- DAAD Sessional
- "Paradise Lost: John Milton, Jón Þorláksson, and Richard Beck"
- Re-inventing the Greek anti-austerity movement
- Halloween Week Classic Horror Night
- The refugee crisis - the Canadian response
- Sessional positions for the Spring 2017 in Slavic Studies
- Understanding the refugee crisis - the European response
- Jesse Bachmann published in Arbutus Review
- Holocaust Conference in The Ring
- Chorong Kim wins award at Montreal Student Film Festival
- Information sessions for the I-witness Field School
- Coming this September: Explore the World of Franz Kafka (GMST 480)
- DAAD Fortbildungsseminar
- Serhy Yekelchyk wins book award!
- Global Connections: Critical Holocaust Education in a Time of Transition Conference
- Readers of the Holocaust
- New course in the Spring 2017
- Democarcy vs. Macroeconomics and the Problematic Legacy of European Integration
- Chasing Margaret
- Master of Arts in Germanic and Slavic Studies
- Alumna career path
- Staff Excellence Award
- A talk by Iceland's Ambassador to Canada
- SSHRC award
- Sessional positions for the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017
- New course: Island Literature
- International Poetry Day 2016
- Intensive Russian in the Summer 2016
- On the Edge graduate conference
- New Holocaust Remembrance book launch
- Who Killed the Soviet Union? Revisiting the Collapse of a Superpower
- Wired for Weirdness: How Fairy Tales Work Their Magic
- Dr. Schallie's interview with CBC's On the Island