Contact Us
Department of German
Bryn Mawr College
101 North Merion Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010-2899

Phone: (610) 526-5198
FAX: (610) 526-7479

Department of German
Haverford College
370 Lancaster Avenue
Haverford, PA 19041

Phone: (610) 795-1756
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Events 2016/17

German TableGerman Table

Tuesdays 12:00 pm-1:30 pm
Haffner Dining Center






German Fall Tea Poster
German Majors Fall Tea

Friday, November 4
4:15 pm
London Room - Thomas Hall



Mother Courage and Her Children
October 12-November 6, 2016
Sedgwick Theatre
7137 Germantown Avenue (Mt. Airy)
Philadelphia, PA 19119

Mother Courage and Her Children poster

The Quintessence Theatre Group presents Mother Courage and Her Children, Bertolt Brecht's powerful political play considered to be one of the greatest plays of the 20th century.   The production runs from October 12-November 6 at the Sedgwick Theatre in Mt. Airy.  Students tickets (21 and under) are $15 and may be purchased online or at the box office.  There is free parking and good access to public transportation.


Past Events

Janz poster

“From Prague to New York? On Kafka's Novel America, or The Man Who Disappeared

Lecture by

Dr. Rolf-Peter Janz
Free University, Berlin

Thursday, April 14
4:30 pm in Thomas Hall 224

Reception following lecture in the London Room


1990-2010: 20 Years of German Reunification in Global Contextposter

November 11, 4:00PM
Stokes Multicultural Center - Haverford College

Welcome Reception 4-4:30pm; Discussion 4:30-6:30pm; Horsd'oeuvres 6:30-7:30pm

An interdisciplinary panel discussion.


Visiting Assistant Professor of German, Imke Brust, and the CPGC present an interdisciplinary panel discussion.


* Nora Alter, Professor of Film & Media, Temple University
* Imke Brust, Visiting Assist. Professor of German, Haverford College
* Alexander Kitroeff, Associate Professor of History, Haverford College
* Vladimir Kontorovich, Professor of Economics, Haverford College
* Frank Trommler, Professor Emeritus of German, University of Penn

For more information:


Berlin in the 1920s Class Dinner
(Ludwigs Garten, Philadelphia)


Majors Tea

German Tea








Sabine Hake
Texas Chair of German Literature and Culture, University of Texas, Austin


"Cinema, Advertising, and the Avante -Garde"









Guy Stern
Distinguished Professor, Wayne State University

"Rescuers across Ethnic and Religious Divides During the Holocaust"










TA Dinner


TA Lunch

2002 Seminar field trip to Vienna, Austria

vienna trip