North American Christian Foreign Language Association. NACFLA is an organization of Christian foreign language educators seeking to advance reflection on pedagogy, literature, film, linguistics, and culture. It encourages contributions in the areas of literary criticism, L2 pedagogy, and development of curricular materials. NACFLA hosts an annual conference and publishes the refereed Journal of Christianity and Foreign Languages.
German Studies Association. The GSA is the national and international association of scholars in all fields of German Studies. Its interests span the period from early times to the present Federal Republic of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
American Association of Teachers of German. The mission of the AATG is based on the belief that bringing the language, literatures and cultures of the German-speaking world to all Americans is a vital humanistic endeavor which serves essential national interests. It's the only national individual membership organization dedicated to the advancement and improvement of the language, literature, and culture of the German-speaking countries.
Arthur Schnitzler Gesellschaft. Located in Vienna, the Arthur-Schnitzler Gesellschaft seeks to promote scholarly research into Schnitzler’s writings and to encourage public debate on his consistently acute political and psychological insights. It seeks to supplant the prevailing Austrian image of Schnitzler with the image of one who courted argument and controversy. The society's activities include public lectures, roundtable discussions, symposia, the Arthur Schnitzler Prize, exhibitions, and facilitating intellectual exchange among specialists of Schnitzler’s work.
Modern Austrian Literature and Culture Association. MALCA publishes Modern Austrian Literature, a journal devoted to the study of Austrian literature and culture. The 2009 conference will take place April 23-26 at Emory University in Atlanta.
Modern Languages Association.