Professor of German Studies
A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Harvard University
Focuses on gender, identity, and subjectivity in German film, literature, and culture; teaches at all levels of German curriculum; research on independent films made in Austria in the 1930s and on Weimar cinema.
Visiting Lecturer in German Studies
M.A., PhD., Johns Hopkins University
Visiting Lecturer in German Studies. Teaching and research centers on the issue of diversity and examines how early modern German texts may inform current debates about authenticity and transgender identity.
Professor of German Studies & Comparative Literary Studies
Staatsexamen, Universität Tübingen; M.A., Ph.D., Yale UniversityProfessor of Comparative Literary Studies and Chair of German Studies at Wellesley College. Research and teaching in the fields of comparative literature, Jewish Studies, translation studies, media studies, and German culture and literature.