Christopher Kloeble is a German novelist, playwright, and scriptwriter.
Come watch the concluding film (which is also a prequel) to Edgar Reitz magnum opus Heimat! Released in 2013 to great acclaim, Die andere Heimat returns to the village of Schabbach, but this time it is the middle of the 19th century.
This is a long film - 263 minutes! - so pizza will be provided! The film is in German with English subtitles. For the most up-to-date event description, click on the link below to the Department of Germanic & Slavic Studies' events page.
German author and entrepreneur Marc Degens will be reading from his work in both German and English:
Michael Götting is an author, journalist and curator. His novel Contrapunctus (Counterpoint) was published in September 2015.
(En) gendering Precarity
Maria Speth is an award-winning director who is often associated with the "Berlin school" of German filmmaking. As part of her visit to the University of Waterloo, sponsored by the Waterloo Centre for German Studies, three of her most important films will be shown in April.
Screening of Maria Speth's film "9 Leben/9 Lives" as part of the GER 359 course, German Cinema through a Transnational Lens, on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 from 3-5 p.m. in ECH 1220. All are welcome to attend.
Daniela Wolff published her first novel, Kurzsturz (Shortfall), in 2014. A resident of Canada since 2010, she lives and writes in Waterloo Region.
Canadian composer Andrew Ager’s new chamber opera “Führerbunker” is receiving its premiere at the Registry Theatre in Kitchener.
Two plays, one drink:
Azmeras Entdeckung tells the comedic tale about the legendary Ethiopian goatherd Kaldi, his “entirely fictional” goat, Azmera, and how they discovered the miraculous powers of coffee 850 years ago.