- Professor of German
Steve Huff Publishes
February 10, 2017
Professor of German Steve Huff published an article titled "A Collision of Values: Text, Music, and Nascent Enlightenment in J.C. Gottsched's and J.S. Bach's Trauerode" (Lessing Yearbook XLIII 2016, 9-33). Co-authored with Dan Zager, the former Oberlin College Director of the Music Library who is now with the Eastman School of Music, the paper treats aesthetic and ideological tensions inherent in the transitional period between Baroque and Enlightenment and demonstrates how these are reflected in the Trauerode.
Age of Enlightenment
May 17, 2023
Community came easy through Ellie Jensen’s German studies. Now a Fulbright teaching assistantship invites her to cultivate a community of her own.
CBYX Fellowship Winner Combines a Love of Language with Vocal Performance
June 30, 2021
As a fellowship recipient in the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals program, Charlotte Maskelony ’21, a classical vocal performance major, will spend the year studying, interning, and living with hosts in Germany.
Ilana Ascher Awarded Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Germany
July 15, 2020
While teaching abroad, the 2019 graduate hopes to become involved in community building and environmentalism.