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Last summer I had the opportunity to participate in the Silberman Seminar on “Visualizing the Holocaust and Digital Humanities in the Classroom” at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. This intense two-week seminar, led by Paul B. Jaskot (Duke University)…

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Sebald Handbooks

I’m very excited to be a part of the first German-language handbook on W.G. Sebald with articles on “Austerlitz” and “Sebald Research” after having contributed to Saturn’s Moons, the first English-language handbook on Sebald, which has received several positive reviews so…

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Archive Fever

I am on research leave during the spring 2017 semester and thrilled to be able to spend three months working in the archive of German Literature (Deutsches Literaturarchiv) in the very quaint Marbach am Neckar.          …

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