Middlebury Language Schools

 

Anna-Lena Kuehner

German School Faculty
German School Theater Director

Anna-Lena Kuehner was born in Neustadt/Aisch in Bavaria, Germany. During and after her studies of theatre and media science at the University of Erlangen, where she received an MA in 2006, she worked as a directing assistant, e. g. Landestheater Coburg, Theater Bielefeld and the National Theater in Mannheim.

In 2006, she continued her graduate studies in stage directing at the University of Music and Dramatic Arts in Frankfurt/Main.

Since receiving her diploma, she directed various plays and performances for German theatres and offers acting training and theater workshops.

 
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GRMN 3405 - Adv German for Singers II      

Stylistics, Expository Writing, and Communication meets two hours per day and aims at strengthening the student's ability to write and speak German at an advanced level.

Summer 2013

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GRMN 3406 - Adv German for Singers II      

Stylistics, Expository Writing, and Communication meets two hours per day and aims at strengthening the student's ability to write and speak German at an advanced level.

Summer 2013

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GRMN 3410 - 20C & 21C German Literature      

20th Century Literature of the German Speaking Countries

Based on literary texts of various lengths the course explores issues of cultural and historical importance as reflected in literature from 1945 to the present. The course aims at extensive classroom discussions, creative writing assignments of increasing difficulty, and students' presentations on different literary topics. The course also incorporates audio-visual materials as they relate to an understanding of Germany from 1945 onward.

Required texts: Heinrich Böll: Die verlorene Ehre der Katharina Blum (dtv); Bernhard Schlink: Der Vorleser (Diogenes Verlag); Anonyma: Eine Frau in Berlin; Müller: Atemschaukel (Fischer).

Summer 2013

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