Max Kade Lecture
The Department of German Language and Literatures
invites you to the
Thirtieth Annual Max Kade Lecture
"Ideology into Narrative: Nazy Germany's Anti-Semitic Propaganda in Germany and the Middle East - and its Aftereffects"
Wednesday, April 9, 2008
Max Kade German House
The Department of German Language and Literatures has been pleased to host these annual Max Kade lectures:
Twenty-Ninth Annual Max Kade Lecture
Leroy T. Hopkins, Jr.
Professor of German
Black Prussians: African Americans
and German Higher Education, 1849-1933
Friday, February 16, 2007
The Twenty-eighth Annual Max Kade Lecture
noted writer and award-winning translator
On Translating Franz Kafka
Saturday, November 12, 2005
The Twenty-seventh Annual Max Kade Lecture
Professor Leslie Adelson, Cornell University
"Remembering the Future: The Turkish Turn in Contemporary German Literature"
Saturday, November 9, 2002
The Twenty-sixth Annual Max Kade Lecture
Professor Todd Kontje, University of California, San Diego
"Günter Grass and the Literature of Migration: Between Heimat and Diaspora"
Saturday, November 3, 2001
The Twenty-fifth Annual Max Kade Lecture
Professor David Chisholm, University of Arizona
"German Literary-Political Cabaret during the Weimar Republic"
Saturday, November 4, 2000
Annual Max Kade lectures are made possible through a series of generous grants to the German Department by the Max Kade Foundation (New York).