Education & Professional History
University of Minnesota, BA, MA, PhD
I received my PhD in Germanic Studies from the University of Minnesota in 2019. My research interests include environmental humanities, ecocriticism, critical theory and German-language literature. In particular, I explore geologic time scales in fiction and how stories of the deep past are told. I have studied at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität in Freiburg and at the Universität Graz. After finishing my undergraduate studies, I spent two years teaching English in Austria as a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant. In 2018-2019 I held a Fulbright research grant at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society at the LMU in Munich.
Are you interested in study abroad? Check out our OCS program in Vienna in Spring 2024 and contact me with questions.
At Carleton since 2019.
Highlights & Recent Activity
GERM 205: Berlin Program: Intermediate Composition and Conversation
GERM 258: Berlin Program: Berlin Memory Politics
GERM 259: Berlin Program: German in Motion: Migration, Place and Displacement
GERM 305: Berlin Program: Advanced Composition and Conversation
GERM 359: Berlin Program: German in Motion: Migration, Place, and Displacement
OCP 524: CARLETON GERMAN IN BERLIN
GERM 102: Elementary German
GERM 274: Weimar Germany: Art, Culture, and the Failure of Democracy
GERM 374: Weimar Germany: Art, Culture, and the Failure of Democracy