College of Charleston - German & Russian Studies

College of Charleston - German & Russian Studies

Comments

Food on Spruill has Sauerbraten, Spaetzel, and Braised Red Cabbage for lunch tomorrow.11 to 2. Brats with Kraut and Apples too. Oktoberfest Lunch!
КРУГОСВЕТКА 2017-2020:
Уникальный международный проект «Пилигрим»
Друзья!
Завтра в Чарльстон придет под российским флагом мореходный парусник "Пилигрим", который совершает уникальное кругосветное плавание! Это судно - точная историческая копия старинной российской деревянной трёхмачтовой поморской лодьи XVII-XVIII веков.
Экипаж судна – семья заслуженного путешественника России Сергея Синельника. Их 4 человека: капитан - Сергей Синельник, его жена, помощник капитана – Марина Синельник и два их сына подростка, юнги - Святослав и Ярослав Синельники.
На борту лодьи размещён плавучий музей изделий народного промысла, выставка макетов, диарам, картин и поделок старинного деревянного судостроения и русского зодчества, размещена коллекция моделей русских исторических лодок, начиная со средневековья.
Это важное историческое плавание, на деревянной реплике, первое в мире плавание такого рода. Проект призван вновь напомнить о богатой истории российских мореплаваний и героизме русских мореходов. Этот проект вносит свой посильный вклад в развитие положительного имиджа России за рубежом. Он раскрывает историю и красоту Русского деревянного судостроения и зодчества.
Мореплаватели (Семья Сергея Синельника) на этой древней лодье совершают некий молитвенный путь по Планете Земля. Останавливаясь в портах различных стран, они приглашают местных жителей посетить лодью-музей. Многочисленные зрители и посетители лодьи имеют возможность прикоснуться к удивительному миру деревянного кораблестроения и архитектуры древней Руси. Эта историческая реплика древнего судна вызывает у людей искренний восторг.
Планируйте посетить музей судна и встретится с экипажем в субботу в течение дня! Пилигрим будет стоять в Charleston Maritime Center (недалеко от Аквариума). Детям будет особенно интересно!
По всем вопросам этого проекта (включая участие в составе команды в дальнейшем плавании на лодье) пишите-звоните капитану: СЕРГЕЮ СИНЕЛЬНИК: +7-903-755-1038 (можно по What's App) [email protected] , www.facebook.com/sergey.sinelnik.16
Dear veterans and families of those, who fought, were injured or died in World War II! You are invited to
participate in WWII Veterans Remembrance Walk!
This Remembrance Walk is a global movement and is often referred to as Immortal Regiment. During this walk, the descendants of veterans and victims of WWII march together carrying portraits of their family members, who participated or died in WWII. Dead and alive march together, connecting past and future and representing their mutual strength and adamant spirit.

May 4, 2019 we will gather at the Stage in James Island County Park to share the stories of our veterans. We will have a moment of silence and a Remembrance Walk at 4 p.m. Coffee and snacks provided. You are welcome to bring a meal to share.

If you need help preparing the banners with the portraits of your
veterans, please contact 401-219-1392. We will make and bring them to the event. Please, provide your veterans’ names and dates of birth/death. Please, come and honor WWII veterans with us!

Please, direct your questions to:
401-219-1392

https://www.facebook.com/events/2436866319867863/
Mr. Adam Chubb – at 6 feet and 10 inches the tallest man in the picture -- came to visit Dr. Tom Baginski’s First-Year Experiences sports course in March 2019 and spoke to Tom’s students about his 12-year professional overseas basketball career. Adam played in over 330 Bundesliga games in his 10 years of playing professionally in the German Basketball Bundesliga. In addition to playing professionally in Spain and South Korea, he competed with the USA National Olympic Selection Team.
Carolina Forest High School in sunny Myrtle Beach is looking for a full time German teacher for the 2019-2020 school year and beyond.
I love going to the Deutscher Brüderliche Bund Chiristmas party ever year! It's great to hear about our students' experiences and thank the DBB for their support and the experiences they make possible!
Новая бесплатная видеобиблиотека кинодиалогов для изучающих современный русский разговорный язык - RussColl. (Перейдите по ссылке: https://www.youtube.com/c…/UCUCF5jkIYpRWuUtiV5x3WRA/featured )

Короткие (до 5 мин) видео для удобства сгруппированы по темам (плейлистам), чтобы максимально покрыть характерную лексику. Тексты диалогов размещены под каждым видео. Благодаря этому, пользователи имеют возможность одновременно следить за событиями на экране, слышать русскую речь в исполнении актеров - носителей языка и отмечать отдельные слова и выражения в тексте.

Подписывайтесь, чтобы следить за обновлениями, отмечайте понравившееся, скачивайте полезное и используйте для занятий.
Abby Zurawski, Weltbummlerin par excellence und fantastischer Mensch!

Department of German and Russian Studies at the College of Charleston The Department of German and Russian Studies at the College of Charleston is the youngest department in the School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs and provides students with opportunities to study the language, literature, cinema and culture of German-speaking Europe and Russia.

Operating as usual

05/10/2021

Dr. Cara Tovey presents on Teaching Digital Literacy with a Video Essay Assignment | germanrussiannews

Check out the great Podcast with our own Dr. Tovey, who will be presenting on the topic at TLT at Wednesday at 12:45pm! http://blogs.cofc.edu/germanrussiannews/2021/05/10/dr-cara-tovey-presents-on-teaching-digital-literacy-with-a-video-essay-assignment/

Dr. Cara Tovey presents on Teaching Digital Literacy with a Video Essay Assignment | germanrussiannews Dr. Cara Tovey presents on Teaching Digital Literacy with a Video Essay Assignment Leave a reply This Wednesday at 12:45pm, Visiting Assistant Professor of German Dr. Cara Tovey will present at CofC’s annual Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference on “Teaching Digital Literacy with a Video...

Russian Studies Minor Kelly Lifchez ’21 receives Critical Languages Scholarship | germanrussiannews 05/08/2021

Russian Studies Minor Kelly Lifchez ’21 receives Critical Languages Scholarship | germanrussiannews

Congratulations to graduating Russian Studies Minor Kelly Lifchez on receiving a Critical Languages Scholarship!
http://blogs.cofc.edu/germanrussiannews/2021/05/08/russian-studies-minor-kelly-lifchez-21-receives-critical-languages-scholarship/

Russian Studies Minor Kelly Lifchez ’21 receives Critical Languages Scholarship | germanrussiannews Russian Studies Minor Kelly Lifchez ’21 receives Critical Languages Scholarship Leave a reply Congratulations to Graduating Russian Studies Minor and International Studies and Economics double major Kelly Lifchez ’21, who has received a prestigious Critical Languages Scholarship to study advance...

05/07/2021

Congratulations to graduating senior Madison Daniel, who is the recipient of the Honors College John Lewis Gervais, Jr. Award, for the highest GPA in the Honors College in the class of 2021, a 3.998! She got it while triple-majoring in German, International Business and Economics, studying abroad in Bamberg and Estonia, participating in our Global Ambassador Program, and a long list of other accomplishments . . . Chapeau, Respekt und Glückwunsch, Madison!

Congratulations to graduating senior Madison Daniel, who is the recipient of the Honors College John Lewis Gervais, Jr. Award, for the highest GPA in the Honors College in the class of 2021, a 3.998! She got it while triple-majoring in German, International Business and Economics, studying abroad in Bamberg and Estonia, participating in our Global Ambassador Program, and a long list of other accomplishments . . . Chapeau, Respekt und Glückwunsch, Madison!

05/07/2021

Congrats to graduating German, History, and Art History triple major Sera Vaughn! Sera studied for a summer at the Univeristy of Lüneburg in the summer of 2019, worked as a First Year Experience Peer Facilitator at CofC, and is capping off her studies with an intensive virtual German language course through the Carl Duisburg Institute in Berlin this May! In addition, she is one of only three triple majors graduating from CofC this May! Congrats on all of your successes and best wishes, Sera!

Congrats to graduating German, History, and Art History triple major Sera Vaughn! Sera studied for a summer at the Univeristy of Lüneburg in the summer of 2019, worked as a First Year Experience Peer Facilitator at CofC, and is capping off her studies with an intensive virtual German language course through the Carl Duisburg Institute in Berlin this May! In addition, she is one of only three triple majors graduating from CofC this May! Congrats on all of your successes and best wishes, Sera!

05/07/2021

Congratulations to graduating German and International Business Major Victoria Czarnecki! In 2019 Victoria interned in the Fashion Industry in Berlin with Maria Hoermanseder (imagine the film Devil Wears Prada but entirely in German and you'll get a sense of what it was like!!). She is now launching her career at Pay for Performance Logistics in Charleston. Congrats and Best Wishes, Tori!

Congratulations to graduating German and International Business Major Victoria Czarnecki! In 2019 Victoria interned in the Fashion Industry in Berlin with Maria Hoermanseder (imagine the film Devil Wears Prada but entirely in German and you'll get a sense of what it was like!!). She is now launching her career at Pay for Performance Logistics in Charleston. Congrats and Best Wishes, Tori!

05/06/2021

Congratulations to Jonathan DIckey, graduating Honors College double major in German and International Business with a Sustainability Focus and Economics Minor! Jonathan completed a summer internship in Frankfurt in 2019, is a 2021 Schottland Scholar, and completed the Goethe Institute B1 Exams in May. He will be pursuing on a MBA at the College of Charleston next year and we look forward to following his exploits! Best Wishes, Jonathan!

Congratulations to Jonathan DIckey, graduating Honors College double major in German and International Business with a Sustainability Focus and Economics Minor! Jonathan completed a summer internship in Frankfurt in 2019, is a 2021 Schottland Scholar, and completed the Goethe Institute B1 Exams in May. He will be pursuing on a MBA at the College of Charleston next year and we look forward to following his exploits! Best Wishes, Jonathan!

05/06/2021

Congratulations to Emma Geraghty, double major in German and Marketing, on graduating this week! A native of Denmark, Emma started with us in third year German and throughout her four years here has been a joy to have in our classes. Best Wishes to Emma as she launches her career in Marketing!

Congratulations to Emma Geraghty, double major in German and Marketing, on graduating this week! A native of Denmark, Emma started with us in third year German and throughout her four years here has been a joy to have in our classes. Best Wishes to Emma as she launches her career in Marketing!

05/06/2021

Congrats and best wishes to Justin Moore, a double major in German and International Business, on his graduation this week! Justin began in German 101 at CofC, studied abroad at the University of Bamberg in the spring of his sophomore year, and completed the Goethe Institute's B2 exams before graduation. He is currently starting a job as Assistant Branch Manager at Republic Finance. Congrats on all of your successes, Justin, and best wishes for the future!

Congrats and best wishes to Justin Moore, a double major in German and International Business, on his graduation this week! Justin began in German 101 at CofC, studied abroad at the University of Bamberg in the spring of his sophomore year, and completed the Goethe Institute's B2 exams before graduation. He is currently starting a job as Assistant Branch Manager at Republic Finance. Congrats on all of your successes, Justin, and best wishes for the future!

05/06/2021

Congratulations to Madison Daniel, a graduating triple(!) major in German, International Business, and Economics in the Honors' College whose resume her time here at CofC rivals her triple major! She interned at Crema Cycles in Füssen, Bavaria in the winter of 2019, studied at the University of Bamberg for the Sommersemester 2019, served as director of the Entrepeneurship Living and Learning Community at CofC, and was chosen for the LCWA Global Ambassador Program, where she joined a select cohort of students mentored by Ambassador Jim Melville. Congratulations and best wishes Madison!

Congratulations to Madison Daniel, a graduating triple(!) major in German, International Business, and Economics in the Honors' College whose resume her time here at CofC rivals her triple major! She interned at Crema Cycles in Füssen, Bavaria in the winter of 2019, studied at the University of Bamberg for the Sommersemester 2019, served as director of the Entrepeneurship Living and Learning Community at CofC, and was chosen for the LCWA Global Ambassador Program, where she joined a select cohort of students mentored by Ambassador Jim Melville. Congratulations and best wishes Madison!

05/06/2021

This week, the German program is graduating a range of double majors in Business and German that we will sorely miss. Sebastian Estes, a double major in German and Hospitality and Tourism Management, interned at a hotel in Tübingen after his freshman year, later completed a semester at the University of Tübingen, and has always been a positive force and team player in our program, lending his help and expertise at a number of events over the years. Congratulations on your graduation, Sebastian!

This week, the German program is graduating a range of double majors in Business and German that we will sorely miss. Sebastian Estes, a double major in German and Hospitality and Tourism Management, interned at a hotel in Tübingen after his freshman year, later completed a semester at the University of Tübingen, and has always been a positive force and team player in our program, lending his help and expertise at a number of events over the years. Congratulations on your graduation, Sebastian!

Outstanding Service to First-Year Students - College of Charleston 05/06/2021

Outstanding Service to First-Year Students - College of Charleston

Congratulations to Russian Professor Maggie Miltcheva, who has yet again been recognized for outstanding service to first year students! https://fye.cofc.edu/fye-awards/index.php?fbclid=IwAR0U3gIWYsJf7IkNEqapq8yegGEqtZLr8Dfm_Vw_peSxYKq73IO7F1YVEX4

Outstanding Service to First-Year Students - College of Charleston A top 10 fastest-growing city for software and Internet technology, an emerging hub for aerospace, and a hotbed for healthcare and biosciences.

Photos from College of Charleston - German & Russian Studies's post 05/05/2021

Congratulations to graduating Foreign Language Education and German double major Matthew Morris! Matthew, pictured below as both Mephisto and Goethe in the Spring 2020 Zoom German theater production "2Faust2Furious," just completed his teaching semester at Ft. Dorchester High School and will be bringing German to a Northeastern High School to be determined this fall! Best Wishes Matthew and thank you for all of your leadership in our classes and our program!

05/05/2021

It's graduation week here at CofC and we are so proud of yet another golden generation of German Majors and Minors and Russian Studies Minors that we'll be featuring them over the next few days, starting with Katelynn Muth, double major in Early Childhood Education and German! Katelynn interned at an elementary school in Tübingen in the summer after her freshman year and just completed her teaching semester at North Charleston Creative Arts Elementary School. Look for her this fall at a to-be-determined SC Elementary School!

It's graduation week here at CofC and we are so proud of yet another golden generation of German Majors and Minors and Russian Studies Minors that we'll be featuring them over the next few days, starting with Katelynn Muth, double major in Early Childhood Education and German! Katelynn interned at an elementary school in Tübingen in the summer after her freshman year and just completed her teaching semester at North Charleston Creative Arts Elementary School. Look for her this fall at a to-be-determined SC Elementary School!

Celebrating 2020-2021 Global Scholars - College of Charleston 05/03/2021

Celebrating 2020-2021 Global Scholars - College of Charleston

congratulations to graduating German and International Business double majors Madison Daniel and Jonathan Dickey on being inducted as Global Scholars today!

https://globalscholars.cofc.edu/celebrating-2020-2021-global-scholars/index.php

Celebrating 2020-2021 Global Scholars - College of Charleston Celebrating 2020-2021 Global Scholars

German Program announces 2021 Graduating German Major Award Recipients | germanrussiannews 05/03/2021

German Program announces 2021 Graduating German Major Award Recipients | germanrussiannews

Congratulations to the four recipients of the 2021 German Program Awards for Graduating Majors! http://blogs.cofc.edu/germanrussiannews/2021/05/03/german-program-announces-2021-graduating-german-major-award-recipients/

German Program announces 2021 Graduating German Major Award Recipients | germanrussiannews German Program announces 2021 Graduating German Major Award Recipients Leave a reply Outstanding German Major Awards Jonathan Dattilio Jonathan Dattilio is a double major in German and History in the Honors College with a Minor in German Studies. In the Spring of 2019 he participated in a semester-l...

Ally Salyers (German and Spanish double major) wins LCWA Graeser Award | germanrussiannews 05/03/2021

Ally Salyers (German and Spanish double major) wins LCWA Graeser Award | germanrussiannews

http://blogs.cofc.edu/germanrussiannews/2021/05/03/ally-salyers-wins-lcwa-graeser-award/

Ally Salyers (German and Spanish double major) wins LCWA Graeser Award | germanrussiannews Ally Salyers (German and Spanish double major) wins LCWA Graeser Award Leave a reply Congratulations to graduating German and Spanish double major Ally Salyers, recipient of the 2021 LCWA Graeser Memorial Award. The Graeser Award is given in honor of the late Professor Clarence Augustus Graeser, an....

04/26/2021

Dr. Nancy Nenno participates in panel discussion on Decolonizing Knowledge at Johns Hopkins University | germanrussiannews

http://blogs.cofc.edu/germanrussiannews/2021/04/26/dr-nancy-nenno-participates-in-panel-discussion-on-decolonizing-knowledge-at-johns-hopkins-university/

Dr. Nancy Nenno participates in panel discussion on Decolonizing Knowledge at Johns Hopkins University | germanrussiannews Dr. Nancy Nenno participates in panel discussion on Decolonizing Knowledge at Johns Hopkins University Leave a reply This Thursday, April 29th at 3pm ECT, Dr. Nancy Nenno, CofC Professor of German, will participate in the virtual panel discussion “Decolonizing Knowledge: German Studies and Beyond....

Timeline Photos 04/19/2021

Timeline Photos

Huge thanks to @HowardU & @USRussiaFound for coordinating a new program in which undergrads will work with faculty, policy experts, and other students to study disinformation & how it relates to Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia.
Applications due: May 16.

http://ow.ly/iVEk50Es9Ep

Photos from College of Charleston - German & Russian Studies's post 04/16/2021

Photos from College of Charleston - German & Russian Studies's post

04/14/2021

Next Wednesday, April 21st, at 4pm on Zoom! Pencil it in!

Next Wednesday, April 21st, at 4pm on Zoom! Pencil it in!

Photos from College of Charleston - German & Russian Studies's post 04/06/2021

An excellent discussion underway here at CofC with Pamela Kerpius, Founder of "Migrants of the Mediterranean," on humanitarian storytelling, documenting movement, and integration, sponsored by CofC's School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs, Honors College, and the Department of German and Russian Studies and organized by Dr. Sarah Koellner

04/05/2021

Please join us on Tuesday, April 6th at 9:25 am for a conversation with Pamela Kerpius on Humanitarian Storytelling, Documenting Movement, and Integration. Pamela Kerpius is the founder of “Migrants of the Mediterranean” a non-profit organization that is dedicated to humanitarian storytelling. Pamela Kerpius was present in Lampedusa in 2016, where she witnessed the influx of refugees on the Italian island and started interviewing refugees entering Europe by sea. Over the last years, Pamela Kerpius has kept in touch with several of the interviewees and gives them a platform to tell their own stories. The archive Migrants of the Mediterranean includes podcast interviews with refugees (her podcast series is called “Open Encounters”), further background stories on refugee policies, as well as political developments in Europe and beyond.

Website:http://www.migrantsofthemed.com
Podcast:http://www.migrantsofthemed.com/podcast
Instagram: @migrantsofthemed
Facebook: @migrantsofthemed
Twitter @migrantsotmed

Please join us on Tuesday, April 6th at 9:25 am for a conversation with Pamela Kerpius on Humanitarian Storytelling, Documenting Movement, and Integration. Pamela Kerpius is the founder of “Migrants of the Mediterranean” a non-profit organization that is dedicated to humanitarian storytelling. Pamela Kerpius was present in Lampedusa in 2016, where she witnessed the influx of refugees on the Italian island and started interviewing refugees entering Europe by sea. Over the last years, Pamela Kerpius has kept in touch with several of the interviewees and gives them a platform to tell their own stories. The archive Migrants of the Mediterranean includes podcast interviews with refugees (her podcast series is called “Open Encounters”), further background stories on refugee policies, as well as political developments in Europe and beyond.

Website:http://www.migrantsofthemed.com
Podcast:http://www.migrantsofthemed.com/podcast
Instagram: @migrantsofthemed
Facebook: @migrantsofthemed
Twitter @migrantsotmed

04/05/2021

Please join us on Tuesday, April 6th at 9:25 am for a conversation with Pamela Kerpius on Humanitarian Storytelling, Documenting Movement, and Integration. Pamela Kerpius is the founder of “Migrants of the Mediterranean” a non-profit organization that is dedicated to humanitarian storytelling. Pamela Kerpius was present in Lampedusa in 2016, where she witnessed the influx of refugees on the Italian island and started interviewing refugees entering Europe by sea. Over the last years, Pamela Kerpius has kept in touch with several of the interviewees and gives them a platform to tell their own stories. The archive Migrants of the Mediterranean includes podcast interviews with refugees (her podcast series is called “Open Encounters”), further background stories on refugee policies, as well as political developments in Europe and beyond.
CofClcwa College of Charleston Honors College

The archive is translated to German, Italian, and Spanish

Website:http://www.migrantsofthemed.com
Podcast:http://www.migrantsofthemed.com/podcast
Instagram: @migrantsofthemed
Facebook: @migrantsofthemed
Twitter @migrantsotmed

Please join us on Tuesday, April 6th at 9:25 am for a conversation with Pamela Kerpius on Humanitarian Storytelling, Documenting Movement, and Integration. Pamela Kerpius is the founder of “Migrants of the Mediterranean” a non-profit organization that is dedicated to humanitarian storytelling. Pamela Kerpius was present in Lampedusa in 2016, where she witnessed the influx of refugees on the Italian island and started interviewing refugees entering Europe by sea. Over the last years, Pamela Kerpius has kept in touch with several of the interviewees and gives them a platform to tell their own stories. The archive Migrants of the Mediterranean includes podcast interviews with refugees (her podcast series is called “Open Encounters”), further background stories on refugee policies, as well as political developments in Europe and beyond.
CofClcwa College of Charleston Honors College

The archive is translated to German, Italian, and Spanish

Website:http://www.migrantsofthemed.com
Podcast:http://www.migrantsofthemed.com/podcast
Instagram: @migrantsofthemed
Facebook: @migrantsofthemed
Twitter @migrantsotmed

Location

Category

Telephone

Address


9 Liberty St
Charleston, SC
29424-0001
Other Schools in Charleston (show all)
Undergraduate Philosophical Society, College of Charleston Undergraduate Philosophical Society, College of Charleston
14 Glebe St
Charleston, 29424

Group organized and run by undergraduates interested in meeting to discuss a variety of philosophical issues.

First Baptist School of Charleston, SC First Baptist School of Charleston, SC
48 Meeting St
Charleston, 29401

First Baptist offers a high standard, co-educational, college preparatory program from grades K2-12. Visit us at www.fbschool.org.

White Key Studios White Key Studios
1713 Ashley River Road
Charleston, 29407

At White Key Studios we offer lessons to people of any age, any experience level and any musical style. Additionally, we've incorporated an open space music lab for students to rehearse, collaborate, practice and further their learning.

Private Spanish Teacher Private Spanish Teacher
7900 Dove Creek Rd North Charleston SC 29418
Charleston, 29414

Spanish Classes and Conversation Group

College of Charleston Alumni College of Charleston Alumni
66 George Street
Charleston, 29424

Welcome to the Facebook headquarters for the College of Charleston's more than 95,000 alumni!

Lowcountry Kindermusik Lowcountry Kindermusik
West Ashley, James Island, Downtown
Charleston, 29414

Visit our website at: www.lowcountrykindermusik.com for more information about our music and movement programs for ages newborn to 4 or to register online.

College of Charleston Honors College College of Charleston Honors College
10 Green Way
Charleston, 29424

The Honors College at the College of Charleston: A Tradition of Academic Excellence, a Culture of Collaboration, a Vision of Global Impact

CSU Writing Center CSU Writing Center
9200 University Blvd
Charleston, 29406

The Charleston Southern University Writing Center Norris Hall 209

Math Club - The Citadel - CC Math Club - The Citadel - CC
171 Moultrie Street, Department Of Math & Computer Science
Charleston, 29409

To promote mathematical interest and activity among students at The Citadel, and to strengthen the interaction and relationship between students and faculty members.

Eddie Ganaway Diversity Education and Resource Center Eddie Ganaway Diversity Education and Resource Center
175 Calhoun St
Charleston, 29424

EG-DERC is devoted to promoting and advancing all-inclusive domestic and global diversity at CofC by providing members of the community resources.

The Citadel Veteran Student Success Center The Citadel Veteran Student Success Center
204 Richardson Avenue
Charleston, 29409

The Citadel Veterans Student Success Center page is aimed at increasing awareness of your VA Educational Benefits and Veterans Center activities.

College of Charleston Geology Department College of Charleston Geology Department
202 Calhoun St, Ste 224
Charleston, 29401

Geology Rocks! And so does the College of Charleston!