Video reviews of German books
Calling all lovers of German literature! @JudithVonberg is curating a “German month” in December on the European Literature Network website. As part of this, she’s inviting people to make short video reviews (around 30 seconds) of their favourite German book.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve read the original or a translation, as long as you have a copy of the book to wave in front of the camera. It can be a novel, a short story collection, a volume of poetry or a play – as long as it’s fiction. Please include the title (ideally in English and in German), the author, what it’s about and why you love it.
The video file will be too big to send in an email, so please send your contributions to Judith using WeTransfer. Direct message her on Twitter further details, or email the AGS Publicity Officer.
Letter on Membership Fees: November 2016
In response to a changing climate for our discipline and in Higher Education in Great Britain and Ireland generally, the membership of the AGS collectively voted to modestly increase annual subscriptions for the coming year. This will help us improve our reach as an organisation. You can read the letter from our Treasurer and Secretary, outlining our position and the new subscription rates, here.
AGS 2016 – Programme Available and Registration Open!
Our next conference will take place from Wednesday 31st August – Friday 2nd September 2016 at the University of Newcastle. The lead panel will be on the theme Trauma Narratives. Our regular panels will also be running, as well as a number of one-off panels. Full details of the programme and registration details can be downloaded here: AGS 2016 Programme and Registration
Please return the completed registration form to email@example.com and transfer the sum to the relevant AGS account as detailed on the form. The deadline for receipt of registration forms and full payment is MONDAY, 20 June 2016.
AGS 2015 Conference Report
Over a 100 delegates from Britain, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France and Portugal amongst others attended the 78th annual AGS Conference, hosted by the Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, from Wednesday 2 September to Friday 4 September 2015. See http://goo.gl/oGnhRp.