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Study German, Polish, Danish, Swedish, Russian language, culture & literature
Study German, Polish, Danish, Swedish, Russian language, culture & literature

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Our recently re-designed website is taking some time to re-index in Google search. If you're looking for the link to courses: CENS, German, Danish, Polish, Russian, Scandinavian, Slavic or Swedish, please visit our new undergraduate courses page.

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Pursue your MA or PhD in Germanic Studies at the internationally renowned University of British Columbia (UBC) in beautiful Vancouver, Canada. The Dept of Central, Eastern & Northern European Studies (CENES) seeks excellent students to join its interdisciplinary research team.

The program is now accepting applications for September 2014 start. Visit www.cenes.ubc.ca/grad to learn more.
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Pursue your MA or PhD in Germanic Studies at the internationally renowned University of British Columbia (UBC) in beautiful Vancouver, Canada. The Dept of Central, Eastern & Northern European Studies (CENES) seeks excellent students to join its interdisciplinary research team.

The program is now accepting applications for September 2013 start. Visit www.cenes.ubc.ca/grad to learn more.
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Join our exciting Berlin Study Abroad Program in Summer 2013!

CENES Dept UBC in partnership with Freie Universität Berlin is offering:
Germanic Studies in Berlin: Fashioning the Modern Metropolis

Contact: shareen.chin@ubc.ca

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Pursue your MA or PhD in Germanic Studies at the internationally renowned University of British Columbia (UBC) in beautiful Vancouver, Canada. The Dept of Central, Eastern & Northern European Studies (CENES) seeks excellent students to join its interdisciplinary research team.

The program is now accepting applications for September 2013 start. Visit www.cenes.ubc.ca/grad to learn more.
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Angelika Struch Wins Killam Teaching Prize
The CENES Dept is pleased to announce that in recognition of her dedication and excellence in teaching and guiding students at UBC for many years, Dr. Angelika Struch has been granted the prestigious Killam Teaching Prize.

http://www.cenes.ubc.ca/system/news-details.html?tx_ttnews[tt_news]=6094&tx_ttnews[backPid]=7820&cHash=5a676959c7

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Ziegler Speaker Series: Bernard Deschamps & Monika Shafi: Thurs Mar 29 2012, 4:00-6:00pm. Reception to follow at 6pm. Social Lounge, St. John's College. 2111 Lower Mall, Vancouver, BC

4-5pm Dr. Bernard Deschamps: "Tintin: Mythology and Alchemy in the Work of Georges Rémi"

5-6pm Dr. Monika Shafi: "On Language and Nationhood - Günter Grass's Grimm's Words: A Declaration of Love."
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German Theatre Group presents: Faust-Metamorphoses (performed in English & German). 2 performances: Tues Mar 27 & Fri Mar 30 @7:30pm. Thea Koerner Penthouse, 6371 Crescent Road, Vancouver, BC.
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