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University of MichiganGerman Department3133 MLB812 E Washington St., Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1275
Kathryn joined the German Studies department in 2008. She received her B.A. from St. Olaf College in Minnesota, with majors in Franco-German Studies and German. Before coming to graduate school, she spent a year on a Fulbright scholarship in Saarbrücken, Germany, where she taught English at the Rotenbühl Gymnasium and at the Deutsch-Französisches Gymnasium. At Michigan she has taught in both German and History, and was awarded the Frank X. Braun Memorial Graduate Student Instructor Award (2009-10). Kathryn's research interests include 20th century literature and culture, German modernism, history of emotions, and postwar literature. She received a Fulbright fellowship for 2011-12 to carry out dissertation research in Berlin. Her dissertation is a study of languages of emotion in the immediate postwar period, and includes a study of diaries written at the end of the war. Kathryn is a participant of the Avant-Garde Interest Group, and a member of the Coalition of Women in German.
Germanic Languages and Literatures
Modern Languages Building812 E. Washington St., 3106 MLBUniversity of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI