Exchange Scholarship Winner - Theo McCarthy
We are pleased to report that sophomore German major Theo McCarthy has just received the German Exchange Scholarship, awarded jointly by the Oberlin Department of German and the Verband der Deutsch-Amerikanischen Clubs. Theo will spend the academic year 2013-2014 studying at the German university in Hamburg.
Exchange Scholarship Winner - Sarah Heineken
We are pleased to report that sophomore German major Sarah Heineken has just received the German Exchange Scholarship, awarded jointly by the Oberlin Department of German and the Verband der Deutsch-Amerikanischen Clubs. Sarah will spend the academic year 2013-2014 studying at the German university.
Five Fulbright Awards Announced
Five Oberlin seniors have been awarded Fulbright stipends for study in Germany in 2013-2014.
and Jacob Street!
Please join us at the 44th Max Kade
Saturday, Nov. 17th, 2012, 4:00 p.m.
at the Max Kade German House Lounge
104 South Professor St., Oberlin OH 44074
MURPHY COLLOQUIUM: SARAH C. WALTZ, GUEST SPEAKER
WHEN: Wed, March 7 2012 12:15 PM - 01:15 PM Created by:Kim AseltineWHERE:
Conservatory Bibbins Hall, Room 224
CALENDARS:Music/Conservatory, Concert Production, Lectures/Talks/Readings, Conservatory Musicology
A guest lecture entitled Celtic Inspiration in German Romanticism by Sarah Clemmens Waltz, Assistant Professor of Music History at University of the Pacific, as part of the Murphy Colloquium Series. Free admission - Bibbins 224 Sarah Clemmens Waltz holds degrees from Oberlin College and Conservatory (2000) and Yale University (Ph.D., 2007). Her dissertation, The Highland Muse in Romantic German Music, is the basis for her current research and several publications, including an essay in Music and the Idea of the North (Ashgate, 2012). She also has published on Beethoven, biography, and criticism. Currently Dr. Waltz is Assistant Professor of Music History and director of the music history program at the University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music.