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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      

Students are integrated in the regular language classes according to what level they placed into after taking the placement exam, and after an oral interview on campus before the summer session begins.

This course meets for two hours daily and forms the core of the 400 level program. It aims at strengthening the student's ability to write and speak German at an advanced level through development of speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills with an emphasis on advanced elements of communication and style. Attention will be paid to fine points of grammar, use of idioms, appropriate register. Classroom activities are enhanced by audio and video material as well as visitations by, and subsequent discussions with, German School guests and visitors. Lectures, films, and other cultural events of the German School will be incorporated into the course.

Required text:
Hall und Scheiner (ed.): Übungsgrammatik für die Oberstufe (Hueber Verlag)

Summer 2013

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GRMN 3406 - Adv German for Singers II      

Students are integrated in the regular language classes according to what level they placed into after taking the placement exam, and after an oral interview on campus before the summer session begins.

The goal of this course is to explore and gain insights into the fascinating culture of Jews in German-speaking lands from the 18th century to the present. Through novels, short stories, essays, memoirs, poems, and films we will address central questions of German- and Austrian-Jewish life and culture and the complex relationships between Jews and German/Austrian society at large. Course work includes classroom discussions, writing assignments in several genres, and students’ presentations on course texts and topics.

Required Texts:
Glücken von Hameln: Die Memoiren der Glückes von Hameln (Beltz Taschenbuch, 3. Aufl., 2012);
Joseph Roth: Hiob: Roman eines einfachen Mannes (dtv, 2002);
Ruth Klüger: weiter leben: eine Jugend (dtv, 1994)

Summer 2013

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GRMN 3410 - 20C & 21C German Literature      

20th & 21st Century German Literature of the German Speaking Countries

The goal of this course is to explore and gain insights into the fascinating culture of Jews in German-speaking lands from the 18th century to the present. Through novels, short stories, essays, memoirs, poems, and films we will address central questions of German- and Austrian-Jewish life and culture and the complex relationships between Jews and German/Austrian society at large. Course work includes classroom discussions, writing assignments in several genres, and students’ presentations on course texts and topics.

Required Texts:
Glücken von Hameln: Die Memoiren der Glückes von Hameln (Beltz Taschenbuch, 3. Aufl., 2012);
Joseph Roth: Hiob: Roman eines einfachen Mannes (dtv, 2002);
Ruth Klüger: weiter leben: eine Jugend (dtv, 1994)

Summer 2013

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The German School

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F: 802.443.2075

Mailing address
German School
14 Old Chapel Road
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Middlebury, VT  05753

Tina Ellison, Coordinator
germanschool@middlebury.edu