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German News on the World Wide Web:

Der Spiegel

Der Spiegel is perhaps the most prominent German weekly newsmagazine, somewhat comparable to Time or Newsweek in the United States. Full coverage of national and international news along with cultural reviews and editorial commentary respresenting a range of social and political perspectives. Although the entire issue is not available on the Web, you get a good sense here of what Der Spiegel has to offer.

Die Süddeutsche Zeitung and Die Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

The Süddeutsche Zeitung and the Frankfurter Allgemeine are two of the most widely-circulated German daily papers. Both offer extensive, in-depth coverage of currrent national and interantional events as well as highly regarded Arts and Literature sections and compelling editorial commentary. The selections from these papers printed online offer up-to-the-minute information about what is going on in Germany and in the world.

German Studies on the World Wide Web:

German Studies Trails on the Internet

The German Studies Trails were compiled by Andreas Lixl, Professor of German at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Listed here are some of the most useful interdisciplinary German resources on the World Wide Web. The literature and culture trails include language learning tools, current information on the status of the profession and on literary theory, and much more, including a lexicon of rhetorical terms and Robert Leventhal's Responses to the Holocaust: A Hypermedia Sourcebook for the Humanities. Children's pages can be found on the KinderWeb; you can join German Chatrooms and work through German Web Exercises on various levels of proficiency, or look for multimedia Teaching Tools and Software links. - Internet Resources for Germanists

This collection of links of academic interest for Germanists around the world is maintained at the University of Wisconsin and includes information on cultural studies, linguistics, philology, and Dutch Studies as well as on German literature. Information is available on upcoming conferences, job openings, academic journals, and on professional organizations and institutes in German-speaking countries, the Netherlands, and the USA.

DINO-Deutschsprachige Searchengine

This search engine links to over 2,300 German-language pages on the Web, and is organized in a fairly friendly manner. DINO also provides information on how to use the Web to find employment and to advertise products or businesses.