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Professor William Kindermann, School of Music, will be playing the Beethoven Concerto in C major op. 15, on Friday, February 20 at Krannert. It is one of the big pieces of Beethoven's first creative period, and features in the opening movement the longest solo piano cadenza in any of the Beethoven concertos. The slow movement is a quiet reflective piece with many dialogue passages between piano and clarinet, and the finale is a lively humorous rondo. The program includes a shorter piece by a graduate student composer named Rowan. The concert takes place in the Great Hall at 7:30. Tickets are $10, students $4.

On Monday, February 23, Professor Karen Schönwälder (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious & Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen, Germany) will give a lecture on “Multiculturalism & Immigrant Integration: Political Debates & Social Realities,” at the Center for Advanced Studies at 12 noon.

“Ein Deutscher Filmabend” will show the movie “Good Bye Lenin” (with English subtitles) on Tuesday, February 24 at 7pm in Lucy Ellis Lounge (FLB). Refreshments will be provided.

Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft Lecture: Thursday, March 5 at 5:15 p.m. in the Lucy Ellis Lounge (FLB).  Corina Lacatus, Visiting Lecturer of Swedish and Scandinavian Studies in the Dept. of Germanic Languages and Literatures, will give a talk entitled "Migration and its Discontents: Ethnicity, Identity, and the Visual Arts in Western Europe.”

Weekly Departmental Activities

The IPRH Reading Group "Language and Social Interaction" will hold its weekly data sessions this semester on alternating Fridays and Tuesdays. Anybody with
background or interest in conversation analysis is welcome. The next meeting will be held Feb 20, 1-2pm in 4080A FLB. Contact info: Andrea Golato,

The Deutsche Konversationsgruppe will be meeting this semester on Wednesdays from 1-3 at the Bread Company on Goodwin Avenue. Come by for
a relaxed opportunity to practice German. All levels are welcome. Contact:

The Middle High German reading group is getting together Fridays from 1-2 in the departmental library to enjoy various gems of Middle High German literature
or at least textual material. All are welcome, levity is assured.

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