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University of Regensburg
93040 Regensburg, Germany
Office hours during the summer break 2023:
Wednesday, July 26, 2023, noon-2pm
Tuesday, September 5, 2023, noon-1pm
Wednesday, October 4, 2023, noon-1pm
Via Zoom or in person. Please send an email to email@example.com to register beforehand at least 24 hours in advance and make arrangements.
- Nineteenth to Twenty-First Century North American Literature and Culture
- Visual Cultures (Photography, Film, TV, New Media)
- Transnational American Studies
- African American, Race, and Ethnic Studies
- Postcolonial, Migration, and Diaspora Studies
- Gender Studies and Intersectionality
- Architecture, Space, and Urban Studies
- Environmental Humanities in the US and Canada
- Economic Humanities, Inequality, Class and Poverty Studies
- Cultural Memory in the US and Europe
10/2021- Professor for American Studies (Lehrstuhlvertretung Prof. Udo Hebel), University of Regensburg
Spring 2008 Max Kade Distinguished Visiting Professor, Departments of American Studies and German, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA
2013- Akademische Rätin a.Z./Assistant Professor, American Studies, Prof. Kerstin Schmidt, Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
2016-2017 Parental Leave
2012-2013 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin/Assistant Professor, American Studies (Literature, Culture, Media), Prof. Kerstin Schmidt, University of Siegen
2010-2012 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, German Excellence Initiative/International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture (GCSC), Justus Liebig University Giessen
2009-2010 Visiting Assistant Professor of English, Department of English, Wake Forest University, North Carolina, USA
2020-21 Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Eichstaett, Germany
Habilitation Submission, American Studies, December 2020
Venia Legendi in “Amerikanischer Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft,” June 2021
2003-2009 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA
PhD, Comparative Literature, June 2009
MA, Comparative Literature, June 2005
English, German, French, Latin
2002-2003, Free University, Berlin, Germany
2000-2001 BA (equiv.), Major: Comparative Literature, Minors: American Literature, Theater Studies, June 2001
2001-2002 Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA
Visiting Graduate Student, Department of German
Comparative Literature, American and African American Literature
1998-2000 Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich, Germany
Major: Comparative Literature, Minors: American Literature, Theater Studies
Third-Party Funding, Fellowships, Honors, Awards
2021 DFG Funding for “Blackness and the Knowledge(s) of Intersectionality” Conference
2021 Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck Guest Professorship 2021/22, University of Innsbruck, Austria (postponed)
2021-2023 Member, DFG Research Network “Model Aesthetics: Between Literary and Economic Knowlege” (James Dorson)
2019/20 Habilitation Completion Fellowship for Female Researchers, Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Summer 2019 Guest Professorship, Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes/German Academic Scholarship Foundation, Summer Academy, Ljubljana, Slovenia
2019 Secundo Loco, W2-Professorship for American Studies (befristet), University of Duisburg-Essen
Spring 2018 Max Kade Distinguished Visiting Professorship, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA
2015-2018 Member, DFG Research Network “Cultural Performance in Transnational American Studies” (Birgit Bauridl and Pia Wiegmink)
2014 Bayerische Forschungsallianz and Bavarian American Academy Funding for “The Place of Photography” Conference (with Kerstin Schmidt)
2014 Habilitation Research Travel Grant to the US (Detroit, Atlanta, New Orleans), Faculty of Literatures and Languages, Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
2012 German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Conference Travel Grant, to attend the American Studies Association (ASA) Convention, San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA
2012 2 Publication Grants, Hyder E. Rollins Fund, Department of English, Harvard University and Department of Comparative Literature, Harvard University, for Cultures of Emancipation: Photography, Race, and Modern American Literature
2010-2012 Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, German Excellence Initiative/International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture, Justus Liebig University Giessen
2010 Japan-U.S. Educational Commission Scholarship, to attend the Nagoya American Studies Summer Seminar (NASSS), Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan
2010 Archie Fund for Faculty Excellence Research Grant, Wake Forest University (declined)
2008-2009 Whiting Dissertation Completion Fellowship in the Humanities, Mrs. Giles Whiting Foundation, New York City
2008 Scholarship, Comparative Literature, Harvard University, to attend The Futures of American Studies Institute, Dartmouth University
Fall 2007, 2006 3 Certificates Of Distinction in Teaching, Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, Spring 2006, Harvard University
2008, 2007 2 Summer Travel and Research Fellowships, Comparative Literature, Harvard University
2006 Graduate Society Summer Fellowship, Harvard University
2006 Graduate Student Council Summer Research Grant, Harvard University
2005, 2004 2 Summer Research Grants, Comparative Literature, Harvard University
2003-2007 Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Fellowship, Harvard University
2001-2002 Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Visiting Fellowship, Yale University
Precarious Belongings: The Unmaking of the American Home, 1980s-Now. Book manuscript. In preparation for publication.
Cultures of Emancipation: Photography, Race, and Modern American Literature. American Studies: A Monograph Series. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2012.
Reviewed in: Astrid Böger. Kritikon Litterarum 42.3/4 (2015): 285-288.
Picturing America: Photography and the Sense of Place. Co-edited with Kerstin Schmidt. Leiden and Boston: Brill/Rodopi, 2019.
Reviewed in: Johanna Hartmann. Kritikon Litterarum. Forthcoming.
David P. Boder. Die Toten habe ich nicht befragt. Co-edited with Alan Rosen and Werner Sollors. Second Revised Edition. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2012.
David P. Boder. Die Toten habe ich nicht befragt. Co-edited with Alan Rosen and Werner Sollors. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2011.
Reviewed in: Amerikastudien/American Studies Forum; Einsicht: Bulletin des Fritz Bauer Institus; Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung; tachles: Das Jüdische Wochenmagazin; Trumah: Zeitschrift der Hochschule für Jüdische Studien Heidelberg
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
"The Hidden Self: Secrecy and Transparency in Pauline Hopkins's Work." The Politics of Transparency: Fear, Secrecy and Exposure in Modern American Fiction. Eds. Sascha Poehlmann and Paula Martin Salvan. In preparation.
"Extrajudicious Landscapes and Solidarity: On Javier Zamora's Border Poetry." Re-Thinking Solidarity in the U.S. and Beyond. Eds. Nathalie Aghoro, Katharina Gerund, and Sylvia Mayer. Universitätsverlag Winter. In preparation.
“Borders in Architecture and Visual Art.” Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Visual Art. Eds. Barry Sandywell and Martin Hand. London and New York: Bloomsbury. In preparation.
“Unsilencing Voices: David P. Boder’s Transatlantic Holocaust Project, Multilingual Memory, and Intermedia Studies.” andererseits: Yearbook of Transatlantic German Studies, vol. 9/10, 2021, pp. 35-42.
“Capturing Eviction in America: Forced Dislocation and the Iconography of the Housing Crisis.” Ambivalent Mobility in 21st-Century Literature and Culture. Special Issue of Literary Geographies 5.2 (2019). Eds. Dorothee Birke and Stella Butter. 168-184.
“Wear Your Shelter: Climate Change Photography and Mary Mattingly’s Nomadographies.” Picturing America: Photography and the Sense of Place. Eds. Kerstin Schmidt and Julia Faisst. Leiden and Boston: Brill/Rodopi, 2019. 124-138.
With Kerstin Schmidt. “Introduction: The Place of Photography.” Picturing America: Photography and the Sense of Place. Eds. Kerstin Schmidt and Julia Faisst. Leiden and Boston: Brill/Rodopi, 2019. 1-11.
“Strolling the Biophilic City: Flâneurism, Urban Nature and Eco-Fiction.” Transforming Cities: Discourses of Urban Change. Eds. Monika Pietrzak-Franger, Nora Plesske, and Eckart Voigts. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2018. 43-57.
Reviewed in: Lucy Hamilton. European Journal of English Studies 22.3 (2018): 336-338.
“Moving In and Out, Up and Down: Real Estate in Twenty-First Century Drama.” Inequality in America: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Eds. Barbara Hahn and Kerstin Schmidt. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2017. 113-124.
“Ghetto Aesthetics: Performing Spatial Inequality in The Pruitt-Igoe Myth.” Approaching Transnational America in Performance. Eds. Birgit M. Bauridl and Pia Wiegmink. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang, 2017. 265-288.
“The Spatial Turn in Literary and Cultural Studies: Space, Place and the Urban Imagination of Los Angeles.” Key Topics in English and American Studies II. Eds. Ansgar Nünning and Elisabeth Kovach. Trier: WVT, 2014. 55-76.
“Sites of Slavery: Imperial Narratives, Plantation Architecture, and the Ideology of the Romance of the South.” Imagining Spaces/Places. Eds. Saija Isomaa, Pirjo Lyytikäinen, Kirsi Saarikangas, and Renja Suominen-Kokkonen. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. 185-197.
“Rebuilding the Neighborhood: Race, Property, and Urban Renewal in Tremé.” American Lives. Ed. Alfred Hornung. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2013. 443-463.
“Turning a Slave Into a Freeman: Frederick Douglass, Photography, and the Formation of African American Fiction.” Turning Points: Concepts and Narratives of Change in Literature and Other Media. Eds. Ansgar Nünning and Kai Sicks. Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2012. 213-227.
“Degrees of Exposure: Frederick Douglass, Daguerreotypes, and Representations of Freedom.” PhiN. Philologie im Netz. Beiheft/Supplement 5/2012: Audiences, Networks, Performances: Studies in U.S.-American Media History. Eds. Antje Kley and Peter Schneck. 71-100.
“‘Delusionary Thinking, Whether White or Black or In Between?’ Fictions of Race in Philip Roth’s The Human Stain.” Philip Roth Studies, Special Issue: Roth and Race 2.2 (Fall 2006):121-137.
"Völkerrecht unter Beobachtung: Die Kunst der Widerrede und die Ästetik des Dokumentarfilms." Die Bleiwüste. Feb. 26, 2019 <http://www.doccollection.de/blog/allgemein/volkerrecht-unter-beobachtung-die-kunst-der-widerrede-und-die-asthetik-des-dokumentarfilms>.
Urban Legends: The South Bronx in Representation and Ruin. Peter L’Official. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2020. Kritikon Litterarum. Review. Forthcoming.
American Literature and Immediacy: Literary Innovation and the Emergence of Photography, Film, and Television. Heike Schaefer. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. American Literary History. Review. Forthcoming.
Mad Men, Mad World: Sex, Politics, Style, and the 1960s. Eds. Lauren M. E. Goodlad, Lilya Kaganovsky, and Robert A. Rushing. Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2013. Kritikon Litterarum (2015). Review.
Pornotopia: Architektur, Sexualität und Multimedia im Playboy. Beatriz Preciado. Berlin: Wagenbach, 2012. KULT_online 34 (2013). Review.
Visuelle Kulturen der USA: Zur Geschichte von Malerei, Fotografie, Film, Fernsehen und Neuen Medien in Amerika. Ed. Christof Decker. Bielefeld: transcript Verlag, 2010. KULT_online 29 (2011). Review.
The Holocaust, Art, and Taboo: Transatlantic Exchanges on the Ethics and Aesthetics of Representation. Eds. Sophia Komor and Susanne Rohr. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2010. KULT_online 28 (2011). Review.
Invited Lectures and Presentations
6/2022 "Transformation Black and Forth: Feminism, Gender and What Else," Invited Roundtable Discussion, University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany (upcoming)
1/2022 "Transnational Imaginaries of Child Refugees," Invited Lecture, Center for International and Transnational Area Studies (CITAS) Brownbag Session, University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany (virtual)
6/2021 “An Introduction to U.S. American Social Documentary Photography," Invited Lecture, Leuphana University of Lueneburg, Lueneburg, Germany (virtual)
5/2021 “Macht in der Literatur: Amanda Gorman und die Öffentlichkeit der Lyrik,” Invited Lecture and Roundtable Discussion “Zwischen Sujet und Soft Power: Macht in der Kultur,” “Macht macht Gesellschaft: Annäherungen an ein soziales und politisches Phänomen” Conference, Max Weber-Programm Bayern/Akademie für Politische Bildung, Tutzing, Germany (virtual)
12/2020 “There’s No Place Like Home: Housing Insecurity in the American Imagination,” Invited Lecture, Amerika-Institut, Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich, Germany (virtual)
4/2019 “Working the Lines: On Lockouts and Layoffs in Lynn Nottage’s Sweat,” Invited Lecture, Application for W2-Professorship for American Studies, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
6/2018 “Orders of Removal and Performative Interventions,” Invited Lecture, “Cultural Performance in Transnational American Studies” Conference, Mainz, Germany
3/2018 “Nowhere Matters: The Unmaking of the American Home,” Invited Lecture, Notre Dame University, IN, USA
3/2018 “Unsilencing Voices: David P. Boder’s Intermedia Holocaust Project, Multilingual Memory, and the Question of Affect,” Invited Lecture, Notre Dame University, IN, USA
10/2017 “‘Matter Out Of Place’: Homelessness and the Intermediality of Absence,” Invited Lecture, “‘Poverty Viewed At A Distance’? Depicting Destitution Across Media” Conference, Graz, Austria
7/2015 “Strolling the Bio-City,” Invited Lecture, “Transforming Cities” Conference, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany
9/2014 "Ghetto Aesthetics: The Pruitt-Igoe Myth and the Spatialization of Class,” Invited Lecture, Departments of English and African American Studies, Loyola University New Orleans, New Orleans, LA, USA
5/2013 “David P. Boder, Die Toten habe ich nicht befragt,” Book Presentation and Panel Discussion with Werner Sollors and Andreas Barth, Jewish Museum/Fritz Bauer Institut, Frankfurt/Main, Germany
06/2012 “David P. Boder, Die Toten habe ich nicht befragt,” Book Presentation and Panel Discussion with Werner Sollors, Frank Kelleter, and Frank Mehring, German Association for American Studies (DGfA), Mainz, Germany
12/2011 “Post-Structuralism and Deconstruction: The Instability of Language and the Play of Meaning,” Invited Guest Lecture, “Literary Theory” Seminar, Department of Comparative Literature, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
10/2011 “David P. Boder, Die Toten habe ich nicht befragt,” Book Presentation and Panel Discussion, Bavarian American Academy, Munich, Germany
04/2010 “Uncovering the Dead: On the Aesthetics, Politics, and Ethics of Photography in Early Twentieth Century African American Literature,” Invited Lecture, Americanist Speaker Series, Duke University, NC, USA
7/2022 “Embodying Necropolitcs: Probing the Archive in Valeria Luiselli’s Work,” “Embodied Acts and American Photographs” Conference, Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg (upcoming)
10/2021 “U.S.-Mexican Borderlands and (Inter)Media Child Migration Narratives,” “Urban Im/mobilities and Borderland Narratives” FRINGE/ALUS Symposium (upcoming/virtual)
10/2021 “Unhousing as Revolt: Charles Lane’s Sidewalk Stories and Jana Sophia Nolle’s Living Room,” American Studies Association (ASA), San Juan, Puerto Rico (cancelled)
6/2021 "Breaking Ground: Vacant Homes and Participatory Culture in Contemporary Detroit,” German Association for American Studies (DGfA), Heidelberg, Germany (virtual)
11/2020 “Unhousing as Revolt: Charles Lane’s Sidewalk Stories and Jana Sophia Nolle’s Living Room,” American Studies Association (ASA), Baltimore, MD, USA (cancelled)
6/2020 “Breaking Ground: Vacant Homes and Participatory Culture in Contemporary Detroit,” German Association for American Studies (DGfA), Heidelberg, Germany (postponed to 2021)
5/2018 “Homelessness 2.0: New Documentary Modes of Precarious Habitats in Late Capitalism,” German Association for American Studies (DGfA), FU Berlin, Germany
9/2017 “Forced Dislocation and the Iconography of the Housing Crisis,” “Mobilizing Home(s)” Conference, Aarhus, Denmark
10/2016 “Evicted in America: Dispossession and Resistance in John Moore’s Evicted and Allison Lynn’s The Exiles,” American Studies Association (ASA), Denver, CO, USA
7/2015 “Moving In and Out, Moving Up and Down: Re-Evaluating Real Estate in Twenty-First Century Drama,” “Cultures of Inequality” Conference, Bavarian American Academy, Munich, Germany
11/2014 “Framing Urban Inequality: Migration, Multilingualism, Multimedia Resistance,” “Keywords in American Literary Studies: A Conference for Werner Sollors,” Harvard University
6/2014 “Wear Your Shelter: Natural Risks and Speculative Sustainability in Mary Mattingly’s Nomadographies,” German Association for American Studies (DGfA), Wuerzburg, Germany
6/2013 “Policies of Poverty, Aesthetics of Denial: Debunking ‘The Pruitt-Igoe Myth’ in Contemporary Documentary and Film,” “Screening Class” Conference, University of Freiburg, Germany
11/2012 "Touring Urban Empires: Documenting Latin American Disparity, Poverty Tourism, and Media Resistance in The City,” American Studies Association (ASA), San Juan, Puerto Rico
06/2012 “Rebuilding the Neighborhood: Race, Property, and Urban Renewal in Tremé,” German Association for American Studies (DGfA), Mainz, Germany
08/2011 “Sites of (Neo-)Slavery,” “Imagining Spaces/Places” Conference, Helsinki, Finland
06/2011 “Reconstruction in East Berlin: Black Transnationalism, Architecture, and Leitkultur in Paul Beatty’s Slumberland,” German Association for American Studies (DGfA), Regensburg
01/2011 “Democratizing Images: LIFE Pictures Douglass in 1968,” Modern Language Association (MLA), Los Angeles, CA
11/2010 “‘Teach Germans Disobedience:’ Gertrude Stein, Popular Media, and Post-Sovereignty,” Austrian Association of American Studies (AAAS), Innsbruck, Austria
07/2010 “Ralph Ellison, Photographer,” Nagoya American Studies Summer Seminar (NASSS), Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan
11/2009 “Shadow Archive: Lynching Photography, Afro-Modernist Literature, and Black Citizenship,” American Studies Association (ASA), Washington, D.C.
02/2009 “Changing Faces: The Visual Archive of Lynching and Modernist Literary Productions of African American Citizenship,” American Literature with a Focus on African American, Ethnic, and International Studies Colloquium, Harvard University
10/2008 “Show Business: The Labor of Photography and Henry James’s Changing Image,” American Studies Association (ASA), Albuquerque, NM
06/2008 “‘Yet Words Are Not The Thing:’ Photography and Showing Off in Gertrude Stein’s Four Saints in Three Acts,” The Futures of American Studies Institute, Dartmouth University
05/2008 “On Becoming a Quasi-Photographer: Harold Frederic’s Marsena and Henry James’s New York Edition,” American Literature Association (ALA), San Francisco, CA
05/2007 “A Writer’s Camera Work: The Literary Portraits of Gertrude Stein,” American Literature Association (ALA), Boston, MA
04/2007 “Capturing Character: Photo-Narrative Portraits, Serialization, and Motion in Modern American Literature,” American Literature with a Focus on African American, Ethnic, and International Studies Colloquium, Harvard University
06/2006 “Degrees of Exposure: Frederick Douglass, Daguerreotypes, and Representations of Freedom,” German Association for American Studies (DGfA), Göttingen, Germany
10/2005 “‘Delusionary Thinking, Whether White or Black or In Between?’ Fictions of Race in Philip Roth’s The Human Stain,” South Central Modern Language Association (SCMLA), Houston, TX
10/2005 “Exile Doubly Exposed: Photography, Text, and Genre in Frederick Douglass and W. G. Sebald,” The New Comparativism Conference, Columbia University, NY
10/2004 “History Stares Back: Oblique Gazes and the Eye of the Object in W. G. Sebald’s Austerlitz,” Southern Comparative Literature Association (SCLA), Columbia, SC
09/2004 “Embroidered Blackness: The Discourse of the Other in Claire Goll’s Der Neger Jupiter raubt Europa,” “In Black and White” International Americanist-Germanist Colloquium Conference, Harvard University
11/2004 “Ex-Post-Infancy in Walter Benjamin,” Midwest Modern Literature Association
07/2004 (MMLA), St. Louis, MO, and Culture and the Unconscious Conference, University of East London, London
Presentations at Cultural Institutions
2/2019 Melanie Liebheit and Gereon Wetzel (Dir.), The Art of Argument, Introduction to Documentary Film and Panel Discussion with the directors, Filmstudio Eichstätt, Germany
12/2017 Zoe Rosenblum, “Colors in Motion,” Introduction to Art Exhibition, Catholic Academy of the Archdiocese of Freiburg, Germany
12/2014 Hubert P. Klotzeck, “Non-Places: The Stone Quarries Near Eichstätt,” Opening of photography exhibition and discussion with the artist, Galerie Bildfläche, Eichstätt, Germany
Conference, Symposiums, and Exhibiting Organizing
2023 Co-organized DFG Research Network Workshop “Economic Justice and Literary Knowledges” (with Elisabeth Reichel), University of Osnabrück, Germany (upcoming)
4/2022 Organized conference “Blackness and the Knowledge(s) of Intersectionality,” Amerikahaus Munich (moved from 10/2021, upcoming)
12/2014 Co-organized conference “The Place of Photography” (with Kerstin Schmidt), Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
12/2014 Curated photography exhibition by Hubert P. Klotzeck, “Non- Places: The Stone Quarries Near Eichstätt,” Galerie Bildfläche, Eichstätt
11/2006 Co-organized symposium “A Foreign Affair: Witnessing, Photographing, Remembering, and Assessing the American Occupation of Germany, 1945-1955,” Harvard University
09/2004 Co-organized conference “In Black and White: Imagining Blackness in Germany and Austria,” International Americanist-Germanist Colloquium: Berkeley-Tübingen-Wien-Harvard (BTWH) Conference, Harvard University
07/2003 Assisted Directors of conference “Narrating Frontiers: Confrontations, Transgressions and Exchanges Along North American Borders,” John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies, Free University Berlin, Germany
04/2002 Co-organized conference “Back to the Text? The 13th Annual Graduate Student Conference,” Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, Yale University
Panel Organizing, Chairing, and Responding
6/2013 “The City Goes Rural,” Co-Workshop Organizer and Chair (with Nathalie Aghoro), German Association for American Studies (DGfA), Erlangen, Germany
02/2009 “Literature and Design in Twentieth-Century America,” Panel Organizer and Chair, Northeast Modern Language Association (NeMLA), Boston, MA
11/2006 “Shooting the War,” Chair and Respondent to Tony Vaccaro, “A Foreign Affair: Witnessing, Photographing, Remembering, and Assessing the American Occupation of Germany, 1945-1955,” Harvard University
04/2006 “Infinite Regress,” Panel Chair and Respondent, Humanities Center Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference “Mirrorings: Reflections on Reflection,” Harvard University
10/2005 “Representation and the ‘Representative Man:’ Frederick Douglass’s Rhetoric of Possibility,” Respondent to Allyson Field, Word and Image Workshop, Harvard University
04/2002 “Text and Image,” Chair and Respondent, “Back to the Text? The 13th Annual Graduate Student Conference,” Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, Yale University
35800 Introduction to American Studies
35815 Introduction to English and American Literary Studies
35825 American Literature II: The 20th and 21st Centuries
35840 Climate Migration and Human Rights
35842 Economies of Passing